posters.bib

@inproceedings{MetznerEtAl2014AMLaP,
  address = {Edinburgh, UK},
  publisher = {University of Edinburgh},
  year = {2014},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 20th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference (AMLaP)},
  editor = {Martin Corley and Hugh Rabagliati and Mante Nieuwland and Patrick Sturt and Martin Pickering and Andrea Martin},
  author = {Metzner, Paul and von der Malsburg, Titus and Vasishth, Shravan and Rösler, Frank},
  title = {Recovering from syntactic and semantic violations: The relationship between eye movements and brain responses},
  pages = {101}
}
@inproceedings{MetznerEtAl2014SNL,
  address = {Amsterdam, Netherlands},
  author = {Metzner, Paul and von der Malsburg, Titus and Vasishth, Shravan and Rösler, Frank},
  booktitle = {{Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference}},
  title = {Different coping strategies in sentence processing can be disentangled using coregistered eye movements and brain potentials},
  publisher = {Society for the Neurobiology of Language},
  year = 2014,
  pages = {}
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgEtAl2011ECEM,
  venue = {Université de Provence, Marseilles, France},
  address = {Marseilles, France},
  publisher = {Journal of Eye Movement Research},
  year = {2011},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM)},
  editor = {Françoise Vitu and Eric Castet and Laurent Goffart},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Reinhold Kliegl and Shravan Vasishth},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {A scanpath measure reveals effects of age of reader and syntactic complexity of sentences},
  pages = {254},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgEtAl2013ECEM_coreg,
  venue = {Lund University},
  address = {Lund, Sweden},
  publisher = {Journal of Eye Movement Research},
  year = {2013},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM)},
  editor = {Holmqvist, Kenneth and Mulvey, F. and Johansson, Roger},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Metzner, Paul and Vasishth, Shravan and Rösler, Frank},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {Co-registration of eye movements and brain potentials as a tool for research on reading and language comprehension},
  pages = {462},
  keywords = {co-registration, erp, eeg, eye movements, sentence processing},
  abstract = {Recent research demonstrated the feasibility of analyzing fixation-related brain potentials (FRPs) recorded during natural reading (Kretzschmar et al., 2009; Dimigen et al., 2011). Two questions arise from these studies: (1) Are effects observed with fixation-triggered EEG signals comparable to those observed in standard RSVP designs? (2) Does the combined analysis of EEG and fixation data provide additional insights into reading and comprehension processes that are not available with either method alone? Both above-mentioned studies used material known to robustly elicit strong N400 effects. The present study (N=50) examined responses to a more subtle manipulation representative of common experimental designs: we manipulated the distance between anaphoric expressions (pronouns, verb ellipsis) and their antecedents. Differences were examined using a non-parametric Monte Carlo test (Maris & Oostenveld, 2007). Increased distance of the antecedent elicited an early frontocentral negativity in response to verb ellipses (88ms-134ms, p<0.001) and a negativity at frontocentral and parietal electrodes on the words following pronouns (98ms-186ms, p<0.001). We discuss these results in the context of earlier findings and argue that adopting FRP-methodology requires factoring in complex visuomotor contingencies that are not yet fully understood and that evoke ERP effects different from those seen in RSVP designs.}
}
@inproceedings{AngeleMalsburg2015ECEM,
  venue = {University of Vienna},
  address = {Vienna, Austria},
  publisher = {Journal of Eye Movement Research},
  year = {2015},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM)},
  editor = {Ulrich Ansorge and Thomas Ditye and Arnd Florack and Helmut Leder},
  author = {Angele, Bernhard and von der Malsburg, Titus},
  title = {False positives in standard analyses of eye movements in reading},
  keywords = {reading, method, false positives, bonferroni correction},
  abstract = {Standard analyses of eye movements in reading test a set of canonical dependent measures calculated for multiple regions.  Although the resulting multiple comparisons increase the rate of false positive results, it is accepted standard practice not to correct for that.  We investigated false positives rates through computer simulations and tested how much statistical power has to be sacrificed to control them.  In 100.000 iterations, we generated six realistic data sets of eye movements for a hypothetical experiment with typical parameters.  The true effect sizes of the manipulation ranged from 0 ms to 40 ms.  Four standard measures were analyzed using linear mixed models: first fixation duration, gaze duration, go-past time, and total viewing time.  In the data sets with no true effect, the rate of false positives was 12.1\%, i.e. much higher than the conventionally accepted 5\%.  A Bonferroni correction reduced false positives to 3.2\% and was therefore slightly more conservative than required.  The reduction in power due to the Bonferroni correction was moderate, e.g., from 90\% to 75\% for effect sizes of 5 ms.  Contrary to conventional wisdom, the Bonferroni correction seems to be an appropriate tool for controlling false positives in reading experiments.}
}
@inproceedings{KobeleEtAl2012AMLaP,
  venue = {Riva del Garda, Italy},
  address = {Trento, Italy},
  publisher = {University of Trento},
  year = {2012},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 18th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference (AMLaP)},
  editor = {Giovanna Egidi and Uri Hasson and Remo Job and Francesco Vespignani and Roberto Zamparelli},
  author = {Kobele, Gregory and Lagrou, Evelyne and Engelmann, Felix and von der Malsburg, Titus and Musa, Ryan and Gerth, Sabrina and van de Vijver, Ruben and Hale, John},
  title = {Incremental processing difficulty in cross-serial and nested verb cluster},
  pages = {150},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgEtAl2012CUNY,
  address = {New York City, NY, USA},
  publisher = {CUNY Graduate School and University Center},
  year = {2012},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 25th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Dianne Bradley and Eva Fernández and Fodor, Janet Dean},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Reinhold Kliegl and Shravan Vasishth},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {Determinants of scanpath regularity in reading},
  pages = {82},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgEtAl2014CUNY,
  address = {Columbus, OH, USA},
  publisher = {Ohio State University},
  year = {2014},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Nikole Patson and Shari Speer and Lauren Squires and Rory Turnbull and Laura Wagner and Abby Walker},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Metzner, Paul and Vasishth, Shravan and Rösler, Frank},
  title = {Using co-registration of eye movements and event-related brain potentials to study the processing of anaphoric dependencies},
  pages = {187},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgVasishth2011CUNY,
  address = {Stanford, CA, USA},
  publisher = {Stanford University},
  year = {2011},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 24th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Anne Fernald and Frank, Michael C. and Dan Jurafsky and Sag, Ivan A. and Thomas Wasow},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Shravan Vasishth},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {Eye-movement strategies for dealing with garden-path sentences},
  pages = {205--206},
}
@inproceedings{VasishthEtAl2010CUNY,
  address = {New York City, NY, USA},
  publisher = {New York University},
  year = {2010},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 23th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Douglas Bemis and Jon Brennan and Suzanne Dikker and Inna Livitz and Alec Marantz and Brian McElree and Liina Pylkkänen and Hugh Rabagliati},
  author = {Vasishth, Shravan and Drenhaus, Heiner and von der Malsburg, Titus},
  title = {Integration difficulty and expectation-based syntactic comprehension},
  pages = {111},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgVasishth2009Cortona,
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Shravan Vasishth},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {Readers use different strategies to recover from garden-paths},
  year = {2009},
  address = {Cortona, Italy},
  organization = {Evolutionary Linguistics Association},
  booktitle = {{Processings of the Summer School on Embodied Language Games and Construction Grammar}},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgVasishth2009CUNY,
  address = {Davis, CA, USA},
  publisher = {Univeristy of California, Davis},
  year = {2009},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 22th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Matthew Traxler and Tamara Swaab},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Shravan Vasishth},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {Analyzing spatio-temporal patterns in eye movements: {A} method and software},
  pdf = {MalsburgVasishth2009CUNY.pdf},
}
@inproceedings{Malsburg2009ECEM,
  venue = {University of Southampton},
  address = {Southampton, UK},
  publisher = {Journal of Eye Movement Research},
  year = {2009},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM)},
  editor = {Simon Liversedge},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {Choice of saccade detection algorithm has a considerable impact on eye tracking measures},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgVasishth2008CUNY,
  address = {Chapel Hill, NC, USA},
  publisher = {Univerity of North Caroline at Chapel Hill},
  year = {2008},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 21th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Peter Gordon},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Shravan Vasishth},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {A new method for analyzing eye movements in reading that is sensitive to spatial and temporal patterns in sequences of fixations},
  pages = {118},
  pdf = {MalsburgVasishth2008CUNY.pdf},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgVasishth2007ECEM,
  venue = {University of Potsdam},
  address = {Potsdam, Germany},
  publisher = {Journal of Eye Movement Research},
  year = {2007},
  booktitle = {{Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM)}},
  editor = {Reinhold Kliegl and Ralf Engbert},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Vasishth, Shravan},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {A time-sensitive similarity measure for scanpaths},
  pdf = {MalsburgVasishth2007ECEM.pdf},
}
@inproceedings{MaruschEtAl2013,
  author = {Marusch, Tina and von der Malsburg, Titus and Bastiaanse, Roelien and Burchert, Frank},
  title = {{Tempusmorphologie bei deutschen Agrammatikern: Die Sprachproduktion von regulären, irregulären und gemischten Verben}},
  booktitle = {Spektrum Patholinguistik},
  volume = {6},
  publisher = {Universitätsverlag Potsdam},
  pages = {219--223},
  year = {2013},
  address = {Potsdam, Germany},
  keywords = {agrammatism, tense, regular and irregular verbs, mixed verbs, inflectional morphology, time reference},
  abstract = {Seit langem wird debattiert, wie reguläre und irreguläre Vergangenheitsformen repräsentiert und verarbeitet werden (Rumelhart & McClelland, 1986; Pinker & Prince, 1988). Das Dual- Mechanism-Modell (DMM; Pinker & Prince, 1988; Clahsen, 1999) nimmt an, dass reguläre und irreguläre Formen von zwei verschiedenen Mechanismen verarbeitet werden. Vertreter des Single-Mechanism Ansatzes gehen alternativ von einem einzigen Mechanismus aus, der sowohl der Verarbeitung von regulären als auch irregulären Verben dient.}
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgAngele2015CUNY,
  address = {Los Angeles, CA, USA},
  publisher = {University of Southern California},
  year = {2015},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Elsi Kaiser and Toby Mintz and Roumyana Pancheva and Jason Zevin},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Angele, Bernhard},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  pdf = {MalsburgAngele2015CUNY.pdf},
  title = {False-positive rates in eyetracking studies with multiple dependent measures},
  keywords = {reading, method, false positives, bonferroni correction},
  month = {mar},
  pages = {},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgEtAl2015CUNY,
  address = {Los Angeles, CA, USA},
  publisher = {University of Southern California},
  year = {2015},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Elsi Kaiser and Toby Mintz and Roumyana Pancheva and Jason Zevin},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Vasishth, Shravan and Metzner, Paul and Levy, Roger},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  pdf = {MalsburgEtAl2015CUNY.pdf},
  title = {How presentation modality influences reading comprehension},
  pages = {},
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgEtAl2015AMLaP,
  address = {Valetta, Malta},
  publisher = {University of Malta},
  year = {2015},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 21th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference (AMLaP)},
  editor = {Albert Gatt and Holger Mitterer},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Vasishth, Shravan and Levy, Roger},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {The impact of reading modality on sentence comprehension},
  keywords = {reading, method, adaptation, rsvp, self-paced reading, online study, sentence comprehension}
}
@inproceedings{MalsburgEtAl2015AMLaP-Fleming,
  address = {Valetta, Malta},
  publisher = {University of Malta},
  year = {2015},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 21th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference (AMLaP)},
  editor = {Albert Gatt and Holger Mitterer},
  author = {von der Malsburg, Titus and Joseph, Holly and Troscianko, Emily and Kukkonen, Karin and Nation, Karin},
  sortname = {Malsburg},
  title = {The influence of foreshadowing metaphors in a crime story by {Ian Fleming}},
  keywords = {literature, reading, comprehension, metaphor, eye-tracking, self-paced reading}
}
@inproceedings{MorganEtAl2016AMLaP,
  venue = {Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao},
  address = {Bilbao, Spain},
  publisher = {Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language.},
  year = {2016},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 22th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference (AMLaP)},
  editor = {Manuel Carreiras and Simona Mancini and Nicola Molinaro and Doug Davidson and Sendy Caffarra and Clara Martin},
  author = {Morgan, Adam and von der Malsburg, Titus and Ferreira, Victor and Wittenberg, Eva},
  title = {Resumptive pronouns hinder sentence comprehension in English},
  pages = {98},
  pdf = {MorganEtAl2016AMLaP.pdf},
  abstract = {English resumptive pronouns (RPs; (1)) are enigmatic due to their low acceptability but regular production. Hofmeister & Norcliffe (2014) argue that their function may be to facilitate comprehension.  This conclusion, however, was based on decreased reading times, not comprehension.  1. It was Mr.Dino that Mr.Rabbit wondered whether Ms.Frog tickled ___GAP/him_RP with a feather.  We conducted a self-paced reading experiment (N=96) similar to H&N’s, but also measuring comprehension, and eliminating pragmatic information that can support comprehension even without full syntactic parsing, as in (1).  We too found faster reading times following RPs (vs. gaps). More importantly, comprehension measures show that with RPs, sentences were comprehended *worse* than with gaps, even in sentence types where RPs are commonly produced.  The comprehension results suggest that RPs led comprehenders to build locally coherent but globally infelicitous dependencies. This is supported by a second one -item sentence-picture matching experiment (N=300) replicating the same effect.  These results suggest that speakers probably do not produce RPs to benefit comprehension. Instead, RPs are likely produced to satisfy local argument structure requirements when structural constraints force speakers to abandon forming long-distance dependencies (authors, in prep).}
}
@inproceedings{MorganEtAl2017CUNY,
  address = {Boston, MA, USA},
  publisher = {Massachusetts Institute of Technology},
  year = {2017},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
  editor = {Edward Gibson and Idan Blank and Evelina Fedorenko and Richard Futrell and Melissa Kline and Rachel Ryskin},
  author = {Adam Morgan, Titus von der Malsburg, Victor Ferreira and Eva Wittenberg},
  title = {This is the structure that we wonder why anyone produces it: Resumptive pronouns in English help production but hinder comprehension},
  keywords = {sentence processing, resumptive pronouns, local coherence},
}

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