Publikationen

Monograph

Gotzner, N. (2017). Alternative sets in language processing: How focus alternatives are represented in the mind. Palgrave studies in Pragmatics, Language and Cognition, Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Journal Articles (published)

Leffel, T., Cremers, A., Gotzner, N. & Romoli, J. (accepted). Vagueness in implicature: The case of modified adjectives, Journal of Semantics.

Gotzner, N. & Benz, A. (2018). The best response paradigm and a comparison of different models of implicatures of complex sentences. Frontiers in Communication, 2 (21).

Gotzner, N. & Romoli, J. (2018). The scalar inferences of strong scalar terms under negative quantifiers and constraints on the theory of alternatives. Journal of Semantics, 35 (1), 95-126.

Tomlinson, J. M., Gotzner, N. & Bott, L. (2017). Intonation and pragmatic enrichment: How intonation constrains ad-hoc scalar inferences. Language and Speech: Special Issue on Intonation and Pragmatic Inferences, 60, 200-223.

Gotzner, N. & Spalek, K. (2016). The role of contrastive and non-contrastive associates in the interpretation of focus particles. Discourse Processes, 8 (1), 59-95.

Gotzner, N., Wartenburger, I. & Spalek, K. (2016). The impact of focus particles on the recognition and rejection of contrastive alternatives. Language and Cognition, 8, 59-95.

Spalek, K., Gotzner, N. & Wartenburger, I. (2014). Not only the apples. Focus-sensitive particles improve memory for information-structural alternatives. Journal of Memory and Language, 70, 68-84.

Sauerland, U. & Gotzner N. (2013). Familial Sinistrals Avoid Exact Numbers. PLoS ONE 8(3): e59103.

 

Journal Articles (pending)

Benz, A. & Gotzner, N. (submitted). Embedded implicature: What can be left unsaid? Linguistics & Philosophy.

Gotzner, N., Solt, S. & Benz, A., (submitted). The interplay of scalar implicature and negative strengthening in different types of gradable adjectives. Abstract accepted for Special Issue on Scalar Implicatures in Frontiers in Psychology.

Gotzner, N. & Spalek, K. (in revision). The life and times of focus alternatives: Tracing the activation of alternatives to a focused constituent in language comprehension, Language and Linguistics Compass.

Gotzner, N. (in revision). The role of focus intonation in implicature computation: A comparison with only and also, Natural Language Semantics.

Gotzner, N., Barner, D. & Crain, S. (in revision). Disjunction triggers exhaustivity implicatures in 4- to 5-year-olds, Journal of Semantics.

Book Chapters

Gotzner, N. & Spalek, K. (2017). The connection between focus and implicatures: Investigating alternative activation under working memory load. In F. Domaneschi & Pistoia-Reda, S. (Eds.) Linguistic and Psycholinguistic Approaches on Implicatures and Presuppositions. Palgrave Macmillan.

Gotzner, N. (2012). The role of language in color categorical perception. In Kosecki, K. & Badio, J. (eds.) Cognitive Processes in Language. Lodz Studies in Language, 25, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Conference Proceedings

Gotzner, N., Romoli, J. & Santorio, P. (in prep.). More free choice and more inclusion: An experimental investigation of free choice in non-monotonic environments. Proceedings of SALT.

Gotzner, N., Solt, S. & Benz, A.  (in prep.). Scalar implicature and negative strengthening in different types of gradable adjectives. Proceedings of SALT.

Benz, A., Gotzner, N. & Raithel, L. (2018). The Interactive Best Response Paradigm. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung, 22.

Benz, A., Bombi Ferrer, C. & Gotzner, N. (2018). Scalar diversity and negative strengthening. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung, 22.

Benz, A. & Gotzner, N. (2017). Embedded Disjunctions and the Best Response Paradigm. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung, 21.

Gotzner, N. (2015). What’s included in the set of alternatives? Psycholinguistic evidence for a permissive view. In: Csipak, E. & Zeijlstra, H. (ed.) Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung, 19, 232-247, Göttingen.

Gotzner, N. & Spalek, K. (2014). Exhaustive inferences and additive presuppositions: Interplay of focus operators and contrastive intonation. In J. Degen, M. Franke, and N. Goodman (Eds.), Proceedings of the Formal & Experimental Pragmatics Workshop, 7-13, Tübingen.

Benz, A. & Gotzner, N. (2014). Embedded implicatures revisited: Issues with the truth value judgement paradigm. In J. Degen, M. Franke, and N. Goodman (Eds.), Proceedings of the Formal & Experimental Pragmatics Workshop, 1-6, Tübingen.

Gotzner, N., Spalek, K., Wartenburger, I. (2013). How pitch accents and focus particles affect the recognition of contextual alternatives. In M. Knauff, M. Pauen, N. Sebanz, and I. Wachsmuth (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2434-2440. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society, 2013.

Solt, S. & Gotzner, N. (2012). Experimenting with degree. In Anca Chereches (Ed.), Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT), 22, 166-187. Ithaca, New York.

Solt, S. & Gotzner, N. (2012). Who here is tall? Comparison classes, standards and scales. In SFB 833, Pre-Proceedings of the International Conference on Linguistic Evidence 2012, 79-83. Tübingen: Eberhard Karls Universität.

Popular Science

Spalek, K., Gotzner, N. & Wartenburger, I. (2014). Small words, big impact: How the words ‘even’ and ‘only’ improve memory. Atomium Culture.