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Regel, S., Opitz, A., Müller, G., & Friederici, A. (accepted for publication).
Processing inflectional morphology: ERP evidence for decomposition of complex words according to the affix structure. Cortex.

Richter, M. & Opitz, A. (accepted for publication).
Nebensätze im Wettbewerb. Konflikte in der Position von extraponierten Relativsätzen und Argumentsätzen. Linguistische Berichte, Helmut Buske Verlag.

Bordag, D., Opitz, A., Rogahn, M., & Tschirner, E. (2018).
The Strength of Meaning: Representations of New Words with Different Properties in the L2 Semantic Network. The Mental Lexicon, 13(1), 74-104.

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Rogahn, M., Opitz, A., & Tschirner, E. (2017).
Misbehaved Masculines: Incidental Acquisition of Grammatical Gender in L2 German During Reading. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 1-12. doi:10.1017/S1366728917000608 

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Rogahn, M., Opitz, A., & Tschirner, E. (2017).
Semantic Representation of Newly Learned L2 Words and their Integration in the L2 Lexicon. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 39 (1), 197-212.

Kiontke, A., Oliveira-Birkmeier, A., Opitz, A., & Birkmeier C. (2016).
Electrospray ionization efficiency is dependent on different molecular descriptors with respect to solvent pH and instrumental configuration. PloS one, 11(12), e0167502.

Opitz, A. & Pechmann, Th. (2016).
Gender features in German – Evidence for underspecification. The Mental Lexicon, 11:2, pp. 216-241.

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Opitz, A., Rogahn, M., & Tschirner, E. (2016).
Der Einfluss syntaktischer Komplexität auf den beiläufigen Erwerb des Wortwissens beim Lesen in Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Deutsch als Fremdsprache, 3, 159-169.

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Opitz, A., Rogahn, M., & Tschirner, E. (2016).
Semantic representation of newly learned L2 words and their integration in the L2 lexicon. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, available on CJO2016. doi:10.1017/S0272263116000048.

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Opitz, A., & Tschirner, E. (2015).
Incidental acquisition of grammatical features during reading in L1 and L2. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, available on CJO2015. doi:10.1017/S0272263115000315

Regel, S., Opitz, A., Müller, G., & Friederici, A. D. (2015).
The past tense debate revisited: Electrophysiological evidence for subregularities of irregular verb inflection. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27(9), 1870-1885.

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Opitz, A., & Tschirner, E. (2014).
Incidental acquisition of new words during reading in L2: Inference of meaning and its integration in the L2 mental lexicon. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1366728914000078

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Opitz, A., & Tschirner, E. (2014).
To Store or not to Store, and if so, Where? An Experimental Study on Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition by Adult Native Speakers of German. In V. Torrens & L. Escobar (eds.), The Processing of Lexicon and Morphosyntax. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Opitz, A.; Regel, St.; Müller, G.; & Friederici, A.D. (2013).
Neurophysiological evidence for morphological underspecification in German strong adjective inflection. Language, 89 (2), pp. 231-264.

Bordag, D., Kirschenbaum, A., Opitz, A., & Tschirner, E. (2012).
Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition During Reading by Adult Native Speakers of German. Proceedings of the International Conference of Experimental Linguistics ExLing 2012, August 27-29 2012, Athens, Greece, pp. 21-25.

Opitz, A. (2008).
Case and Markedness in Tlapanec. In: Günther Grewendorf & Arnim von Stechow, eds., Linguistische Berichte, Vol. 214, pp. 211-237, Helmut Buske Verlag.

Bordag, D.; Opitz, A.; & Pechmann, Th. (2006).
Gender processing in first and second languages: The role of noun termination.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 32, pp. 1090-1101.

Working Papers

Opitz, A. & Pechmann, Th. (2014).
Lexical representations of nouns in German rely on underspecified gender features. Psycholinguistic evidence for global underspecification. (Working Paper) In: A. Assmann, S. Bank, D. Georgi, T. Klein, P. Weisser, & E. Zimmermann (eds.), Topics at Infl, Vol. 92 of Linguistische Arbeitsberichte, Universität Leipzig, ppp. 235-262.
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Barnickel, K. & Opitz, A. (2012).
Schaltreferenz im Deutschen.(Working Paper) In: Philipp Weisser (ed.), Local Modeling and Empirical Distribution, Vol. 89 of Linguistische Arbeitsberichte, Universität Leipzig, pp. 83-105.
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Opitz, A. (2007).
Case and Markedness in Tlapanec.(Working Paper) In: J. Trommer & A. Opitz (eds.), 1-2-man. One-to-many relations in grammar, Vol. 85 of Linguistische Arbeitsberichte, Universität Leipzig, pp. 173-203.
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Opitz, A. (2006).
A Reanalysis of Definiteness-Markers in Albanian Noun Inflection. In: G. Müller & J. Trommer (eds.), Subanalysis of Argument Encoding in Distributed Morphology. Vol. 84 of Linguistische Arbeitsberichte, Universität Leipzig, pp. 103-114.
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Präsentationen / Poster

Bordag, D., Opitz, A., Polter, M., & Meng, M. (2018). How Much Verbatim Information Do L2 Readers Retain Compared to L1 Readers? An Eye-tracking Study. Talk presented at EuroSLA, Münster (Germany), September 5th-8th, 2018.

Bordag. D., Opitz,  A., Polter, M. & Meng, M. (2018). Retention of Surface Information During L1 and L2 Reading: An Eye-tracking Study. Poster presented at AMLaP, Berlin, September 6th-8th, 2018. (link to poster)

Opitz, A. & Bordag, D. (2018). ‚das Fliegen‘ vs. ‚fliegen‘: How is Verb-Noun Conversion Represented in L1 vs. L2 German Mental Lexicon?. Poster presented at  EuroSLA, Münster (Germany), September 6th-8th, 2018. (link to poster)

Tippmann, J., Stärk, K., Ebersberg, M., Opitz, A., & Rossi, S. (2018).
Developmental Changes in Neuronal Processing of Irregular Morphosyntactic Rules During Childhood. Poster presented at the Nijmegen Lectures, Nijmegen, Nijmegen (Netherlands), February 26th-28th, 2018.
(link to poster)

Opitz, Andreas & Pechmann, Thomas (2016).
Gender Features in German: Evidence for Underspecification, Poster presented at Experimental Linguistics Conference, Saint Petersburg (Russia), July, 01st – 2nd 2016.

Opitz, Andreas & Pechmann, Thomas (2015).
Gender features in German: Evidence for underspecification, 9th Morphological Processing Conference, Potsdam (Germany), June 18th – 20th 2015.

Pechmann, Thomas & Opitz, Andreas (2014).
Lexical Representations of Nouns in German Rely on Underspecified Gender Features, Poster presented at the 9th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario (Canada), September 30th – October 2nd 2014.

Denisa Bordag, Amit Kirschenbaum, Andreas Opitz, Maria Rogahn, & Erwin Tschirner (2014).
Misbehaved masculines: Incidental acquisition of gender in L2 German, Poster presented at the AMLaP XX, Edinburgh, September 3rd – 6th 2014.

Opitz, Andreas & Pechmann, Thomas (2014).
Lexical Representations of Nouns in German Rely on Underspecified Gender Features, Poster presented at the AMLaP XX, Edinburgh, September 3rd – 6th 2014.

Opitz, Andreas; Bordag, Denisa; Kirschenbaum, Amit & Tschirner, Erwin (2012).
Incidental vocabulary acquisition during reading by adult native speakers of German, 5th Conference on Experimental Linguistics, Athens (Greece), August 27th-29th.

Opitz, Andreas; Regel, Stefanie; Müller, Gereon und Friederici, Angela D. (2011).
ERP-evidence from strong adjectival inflection in German supports morphological underspecification. Poster presented at the 7th Morphological Processing Conference, Donostia – San Sebastian, June 22th – 25st 2011.

Opitz, Andreas und Müller, Gereon (2011).
The processing of morphological features. ERP Evidence for Underspecification, Morphological Complexity: Workshop on Psycholinguistics (Hosted by the Surrey Morphology Group and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) Nijmegen, 28. Januar.

Opitz, Andreas (2007).
Case and markedness in Tlapanec. Workshop on Grammar and Processing of Verbal Arguments Leipzig, April 20th – 21st 2007.

Opitz, Andreas; Bordag, Denisa & Pechmann, Thomas (2005).
The influence of phonological form on the L1 and L2 gender production. EUROSLA 15, 14.-17. September 2005, Dubrovnik.

letzte Änderung: 19. Okt 2018 @ 20:14