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Meeting Abstract (6)

  1. 2007
    Meeting Abstract
    Roehm, D.; Haider, H.: The generation of syntactic structures: Insights from EEG time-frequency analyses. In Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement, S. 164. (2007)
  2. Meeting Abstract
    Roehm, D.; Haider, H.: The generation of syntactic structures: Insights from frequency-analyses. In Brain Topography, 20, S. 47. (2007)
  3. 2005
    Meeting Abstract
    Roehm, D.; Haider, H.; Bornkessel, I.; Schlesewsky, M.: Syntactic complexity reconsidered: Why Germans don't cound nodes. In Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, (Supplement), S. 28. (2005)

Vortrag (12)

  1. 2008
    Vortrag
    Burkhardt, P.; Roehm, D.: Syntactic function and definiteness determine the prominence of an antecedent: Revisiting the Repeated Name Penalty. 21th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Chapel Hill, NC (2008)
  2. 2007
    Vortrag
    Roehm, D.: Frequenzbandanalysen. Marburg (2007)
  3. Vortrag
    Roehm, D.: The perplexity of language-related ERP components: Some insights form time-frequency analysis. Cognitive Brown Bag Talks, USA (2007)
  4. Vortrag
    Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, I.; Roehm, D.; Schlesewsky, M.: The neurocognition of real time argument interpretation in Icelandic. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference (GLAC 13), State College, PA, USA (2007)
  5. Vortrag
    Roehm, D.; Haider, H.: Minimal structure in morphosyntactic processing: the case of particle verbs. 29. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft, Siegen, Germany (2007)
  6. 2006
    Vortrag
    Choudhary, K. K.; Schlesewsky, M.; Roehm, D.; Bornkessel, I.: The neurocognition of ergativity: Evidence from Hindi. 28th All India Conference of Linguistics, Varanasi, India (2006)
  7. Vortrag
    Roehm, D.; Haider, H.: The generation of syntactic structures: insights from frequency-analyses. 15. Deutsches EEG/EP Mapping Meeting, Giessen, Germany (2006)
  8. 2005
    Vortrag
    Roehm, D.: Processing of case conflicts in Icelandic: An EEG-Study. NWO-DFG project Incremental interpretation of case and prominence workshop: Modelling incremental interpretation, Nijmegen, Netherlands (2005)
  9. Vortrag
    Roehm, D.: Event-related brain potentials in language. Reykjavik (2005)
  10. Vortrag
    Bornkessel, I.; McElree, B.; Roehm, D.; Friederici, A. D.; Schlesewsky, M.: Processing different object cases: temporal and spatial issues. 18th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Tucson, Arizona (2005)
  11. Vortrag
    Roehm, D.: Frequency-analytical dissocation of language-related ERP components. Tandem Workshop on Advanced Methods of Electrophysiological Signal Analysis and Symbol Grounding? Dynamical Systems Approaches to Language, Potsdam, Germany (2005)
  12. 2004
    Vortrag
    Roehm, D.: Wenn das Gegenteil von schwarz nett ist: Die Verarbeitung von Antonym-Relationen. 13. Deutsches EEG/EP Mapping Meeting, Giessen, Germany (2004)

Poster (16)

  1. 2009
    Poster
    Roehm, D.; Schumacher, P.: Unravelling the hierarchical organization of different prominence scales: When syntactic function is outranked by syntactic position. 22nd Annual Meeting of the CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Davis, CA, USA (2009)
  2. Poster
    Schumacher, P.; Roehm, D.: Syntactic position outranks syntactic function: Referential prominence revisited. The 16th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), San Francisco, CA, USA (2009)
  3. 2008
    Poster
    Roehm, D.; Burkhardt, P.: The effects of the antecedent's definiteness and syntactic function on referential processing. 15th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, San Francisco (2008)
  4. Poster
    Roehm, D.; Muralikrishnan, R.; Philipp, M.; Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, I. D.: Comparing ERP effects across languages: A frequency-based analysis. Extended Scientific Advisory Board MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (2008)
  5. 2007
    Poster
    Burkhardt, P.; Roehm, D.: Effects of discourse prominence on two types of anaphoric dependencies. 3rd Annual Conference of the "Zentrum für Kognitionswissenschaften", Leipzig (2007)
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