Fabian Schlotterbeck

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Universität Tübingen

Deutsches Seminar

Wilhelmstr. 50

D-72074 Tübingen

Raum 448

Telefon: +49-(0)7071/29-76740

Fax: +49-(0)7071/29-35280

E-Mail: fabian.schlotterbeck[at]uni-tuebingen.de

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Publications

  • Bott, O., Schlotterbeck, F. & Klein, U. (under review). Empty set effects in quantifier interpretation. Submitted to Journal of Semantics.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (to appear). Turning adults into children: Evidence for resource-based accounts of errors with universal quantification. To appear in Katalin É. Kiss & Tamás Zétényi (eds.) Linguistic and Cognitive Aspects of Quantification. Studies in theoretical psycholinguistics. Springer
  • Schlotterbeck, F. (2017). From truth conditions to processes: how to model the processing difficulty of quantified sentences based on semantic theory. PhD thesis, University of Tübingen. doi:10.15496/publikation-18745
  • Franke, M., Schlotterbeck, F., & Augurzky, P. (2016). Embedded Scalars, Preferred Readings and Prosody: An Experimental Revisit, Journal of Semantics. doi:10.1093/jos/ffw007
  • Bott, O., & Schlotterbeck, F. (2015). The processing domain of scope interaction.  Journal of Semantics, 32(1), 39–92. doi:10.1093/jos/fft015
  • Bott, O., Klein, U., & Schlotterbeck, F. (2013). Witness Sets, Polarity Reversal and the Processing of Quantified Sentences. Proceedings of the Amsterdam Colloquium 2013 (pp. 59–66).
  • Schlotterbeck, F., &  Bott, O. (2013). Easy Solutions for a Hard Problem? The Computational Complexity of Reciprocals with Quantificational Antecedents. Journal of Logic, Language and Information, 22(4), 363–390. doi:10.1007/s10849-013-9181-9
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2012). Incremental truth value judgments. In B. Stolterfoht & S. Featherston (eds.): Empirical Approaches to Linguistic Theory - Studies in Meaning and Structure (pp. 3–28). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. doi: 10.1515/9781614510888.3
  • Bott, O., Schlotterbeck, F. & Szymanik, J. (2011). Interpreting tractable versus intractable reciprocal sentences. In J. Bos & S. Pullum (eds.): Proceedings of IWCS 9 (pp. 75–84, pdf from acl anthology)

    

Talks

  • Augurzky, P. Schlotterbeck, F. & Ulrich, R. Most (but not all) quantifiers are interpreted immediately in visual context. Talk presented at the workshop The Pragmatics of Quantifiers: Implicature and Presupposition – Experiment and Theory, Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin.
  • Schlotterbeck, F. (2017). Processes involved in the verification of modified numerals. Invited talk presented at the kick-off workshop Cognitive Semantics and Quantities, University of Amsterdam. 
  • Schlotterbeck, F. (2017). Towards a general model of the processing difficulty of quantified sentences. Invited talk presented at the Institute for Language, Logic and Computation, University of Amsterdam.
  • Schlotterbeck, F. (2017). Empirical evaluation of various approaches to the processing difficulty of quantified sentences and an integrated processing model of comparative modified numerals. Invited talk presented at the University of Amsterdam.
  • Bott, O., Klein, U. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2015). Processing difficulty in the interpretation and verification of empty set quantifiers. Talk presented at ESSLLI 2015, workshop on Experimental Approaches to Semantics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2015). Online processing at the syntax-semantics interface - Evidence from scope interaction in German. Talk presented at the Division of Labour (DoL) conference, University of Tübingen.
  • Schlotterbeck, F. (2015). The process of evaluating comparative quantifiers. Talk presented at ESSLLI 2015, workshop on Experimental Approaches to Semantics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
  • Bott, O., Klein, U. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2013). Witness Sets, Polarity Reversal and the Processing of Quantified Sentences. Invited talk, University of Konstanz.
  • Schlotterbeck, F. & Bott, O. (2013). An easy solution for a hard problem? The computational complexity of reciprocal sentences with quantified antecedents. Talk presented at the Workshop on Artificial Grammar Learning, University of Tübingen.
  • Schlotterbeck, F. & Bott, O. (2012). Easy solutions for a hard problem? The computational complexity of reciprocals with quantificational antecedents. Talk presented at ESSLLI 2012, workshop on Logic and Cognition, University of Opole.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2012). Bound variable interpretations under inverse scope. Talk presented at the workshop Variables at the Interface Between Form and Meaning, University of Tübingen.
  • Bott, O., Schlotterbeck, F. & Szymanik, J. (2011). Interpreting tractable versus intractable reciprocal sentences. Ninth International Workshop on Computational Semantics (IWCS 9), University of Oxford.
  • Schlotterbeck, F. (2011). Why is 'fewer than n' more difficult to falsify than 'more than n'? Third Workshop on Semantic Processing, Logic and Cognition, University of Tübingen.
  • Schlotterbeck, F. & Bott, O. (2010). Investigations into the Computational Complexity of Quantifying Expressions. CUNY 2010: Conference on Human Sentence Processing , New York University.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2010). Incremental Truth Value Judgments. Fourth conference on Linguistic Evidence, University of Tübingen.

    

Poster

  • Berezovskaya, B. Schlotterbeck, F. & Bott, O. (2018). Processing of ambiguous degree constructions in German. Poster presented at Linguistic Evidence 2018, University of Tübingen.
  • Augurzky, P., Schlotterbeck, F. & Ulrich, R. (2018). Is it easier to think positive? An ERP study on quantifier processing in German. Poster presented at CUNY 2018, University of California, Davis.
  • Augurzky, P., Schlotterbeck, F. & Ulrich, R. (2016). Degree of incrementality is modulated by experimental context - ERP evidence from German quantifier restriction.  Poster presented at AMLaP 2016, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language, Bilbao.
  • Bott, O., Klein, U. & Schlotterbeck, F.(2014). Witness sets, polarity reversal and the processing of multiply quantified sentences. Poster presented at Linguistic Evidence 2014, University of Tübingen.
  • Bott, O., Klein, U. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2013). A processing model of quantificational complexity: Offline and online evidence. Poster presented at AMLaP 2013, Aix-Marseille Université, Marseilles.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2012). Limits to the interpretation of reciprocal sentences with quantificational antecedents. Poster presented at Linguistic Evidence 2012, University of Tübingen.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2011). The time course of quantifier-quantifier interaction. Poster presented at the AMLaP 2011, Paris Descartes University.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2010). There is less scope ambiguity than is commonly assumed. Poster presented at CUNY 2010, University of New York.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2009). The processing domain of scope interaction. Poster presented at CUNY 2009, University of California, Davis.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2009). The processing domain of aspectual coercion. Poster presented at CUNY 2009, University of California, Davis.

Edited

  • Freitag, C. & Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2017, eds.). Two perspectives on V2: The invited talks of the DGfS 2016 workshop “V2 in grammar and processing: Its causes and its consequences”. Konstanz: Universität Konstanz.