Thea Brenner, MA (Ms)
SToRE member since 21 Aug 2012
Why his mother is better than a mother
My PhD dissertation builds on the “Theory of Concept Types and Determination” (short CTD). It investigates the cognitive reality of the four concept types and conceptual type shifts resulting from their interaction with determination types. I use psycholinguistic methods to gain empirical evidence for these claims made by the CTD.
Brenner, Dorothea, Peter Indefrey; Horn, Christian & Nicolas Kimm (2014). Evidence for four basic noun types from a corpus-linguistics and a psycholinguistic perspective. In: Gerland, Horn, Latrouite & Ortmann. Meaning and Grammar of Nouns and Verbs. Düsseldorf: University Press.
Brenner, Dorothea & Indefrey, Peter: A Psycholinguistic View on Definites. To appear.
A Psycholinguistic View on Definites. Semantic and typological perspectives on definites. Workshop HHU Düsseldorf, Germany. June 1, 2012.
Psycholinguistic evidence for concept types and type shifts. Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science. Düsseldorf, Germany. August 23, 2012.
Horn, Christian; Nicolas Kimm; Brenner, Dorothea & Peter Indefrey (2013): Evidence for four basic noun types from a grammatical, pragmatic and psycholinguistic perspective. Conference of the 14th Texas Linguistic Society (TLS 14), University of Austin, Texas, USA.
13 Mai 2014