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Jens Fleischhauer

Jens Fleischhauer, MA (Mr)

Phone +49 211 81-11873
Fax +49 211 81-03170 (central fax, please include name of addressee)
Email fleischhauer@phil.uni-duesseldorf.de



SToRE Membership

SToRE member since 21 Aug 2012

1. advisor: Prof. Dr. Sebastian Löbner
2. advisor: Prof. Dr. Robert Van Valin
3. advisor: Dr. Thomas Gamerschlag

PhD Project

Verb gradation

Publications (5 most important)

Fleischhauer, J. (2013). Interaction of telicity and degree gradation in change of state verbs. In: B. Arsenijevic, B. Gehrke & R. Marin (Eds.): Studies in Composition and Decomposition of Event Predicates. Dordrecht: Springer. 125-152.

Fleischhauer, J. & Gamerschlag, T. (in press). We’re going through changes: How change of state verbs and arguments combine in scale composition. Lingua.

Fleischhauer, J. (2009). A phylogenetic interpretation of the Comparative Method. Journal of Language Relationship, 2, 115-138.

Werning, M., Fleischhauer, J., & Beseoglu, H. (2006). The cognitive accessibility of synaesthetic metaphors. Proceedings of the Twenty-eighth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society ). London: Lawrence Erlbaum. 2365–70.

Petersen, W., Fleischhauer, J., Beseoglu, H., & Bücker, P. (2008). A Frame-Based Analysis of Synaesthetic Metaphors. The Baltic International Yearbook Of Cognition, Logic And Communication

Conference presentations

Fleischhauer, J. (2011). Modification vs. Quantification: Evidence for the distinction based on verb gradation. Paper presented at Workshop on Modification (with and without modifiers), Madrid, Spain.

Fleischhauer, J. (2011). Verb gradation and the Syntax-Semantics Interface. Paper presented at 8th Workshop on Syntax & Semantics, Paris, France.

Fleischhauer, J. & Gamerschlag, T. (2010). The interaction of verbs and arguments in scalar composition. Paper presented at Workshop on the Lexicon-Syntax Interface: Verb Meaning, Event Semantics and Argument Structure, Barcelona, Spain.

Fleischhauer, J. (2010). Interaction of telicity and degree gradation of change of state verbs in German. Paper presented at Workshop on the Subatomic Semantics of Event Predicates, Barcelona, Spain.

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