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Publikationen Richard Wiese

2000

Richard Wiese (2000) The Phonology of German. Oxford University Press, Oxford. (Corrected and expanded paperback edition). Details!

2001

Richard Wiese (2001) Regular morphology vs. prosodic morphology? - The case of truncations in German. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 13/2, 131-177.

Richard Wiese (2001) The structure of the German vocabulary: edge marking of categories and functional considerations. Linguistics 39/1, 95-115.

Richard Wiese (2001) The phonology of /r/. In: Tracy Alan Hall (Hrsg.) Distinctive Feature Theory. Berlin: de Gruyter, 335-368.

Richard Wiese (2001) The unity and variation of (German) /r/. In: Hans van de Velde/Roeland van Hout (Hrsg.): r-atics: sociolinguistic, phonetic and phonological characteristics of /r/. Brüssel, Institut des Langues Vivantes et de Phonétique, 11-26. - Erweiterte und revidierte Fassung siehe 2003.

Richard Wiese (2001) How prosody shapes German words and morphemes. Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis 6, 155-184.

2002 

Richard Wiese (2002) A model of conversion in German. In: Ingrid Kaufmann & Barbara Stiebels (Hrsg.): More than Words: A Festschrift for Dieter Wunderlich. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 47-67. (Studia Grammatica 53).

Richard Wiese (2002) Vom Laut zum Buchstaben oder zurück? In: Bommes, Michael/Doris Tophinke/Christina Noack (Hrsg.): Sprache als Form. Festschrift für Utz Maas zum 60. Geburtstag. Opladen, Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag, 151-160.

2003 

Richard Wiese (2003) The unity and variation of (German) /r/. Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik 70, 25-43. Available online.

Richard Wiese (2003) Linear order and its place in grammar. Commentary on: Ray Jackendoff, Foundations of Language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26, 693-694. Available online.

Eva Smolka, Frank Rösler & Richard Wiese (2003) Morphological and semantic priming effects in the processing of German verbs: Evidence from reaction times and event related potentials. In: Bajo, T., & Lupianez, J. (eds.), Proceedings of the thirteenth conference of the European society for cognitive psychology, 494. Imprenta Santa Rita: Monachil, Granada.

2004

Richard Wiese (2004) Über das Klassifizieren – eine linguistische Anmerkung. Zeitschrift für Epileptologie 17, 235-238. Available online

Richard Wiese (2004) How to optimize orthography. Written Language and Literacy 7/2, 305-331. Available online.

2005

Susanne Bartke, Frank Rösler, Judith Streb & Richard Wiese (2005) An ERP-study of German 'irregular' morphology. Journal of Neurolinguistics 18/1, 29-55. Available online.

Tanja Grewe, Ina Bornkessel, Stefan Zysset, Richard Wiese, D. Yves von Cramon & Matthias Schlesewsky (2005) The emergence of the unmarked: A new perspective on the language-specific function of Broca’s area. Human Brain Mapping 26/3, 178-190. Available online.

2006

Richard Wiese (section editor, phonology) (2006) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. 14 volumes. Oxford: Elsevier.

Richard Wiese (2006) Phonology: overview. In: Keith Brown et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, vol 9. Oxford: Elsevier, 562-564.

Ulrike Janssen, Richard Wiese & Matthias Schlesewsky (2006) Electrophysiological responses to violations of morphosyntactic and prosodic features in derived German nouns. Journal of Neurolinguistics 19/6, 466-482. Available online.

Tanja Grewe, Ina Bornkessel, Stefan Zysset, Richard Wiese, D. Yves von Cramon & Matthias Schlesewsky (2006) Linguistic prominence and Broca’s area: The influence of animacy as a linearization principle. NeuroImage 32, 1395-1402. Available online.

2007

Tanja Grewe, Ina Bornkessel, Stefan Zysset, Richard Wiese, D. Yves von Cramon & Matthias Schlesewsky (2007) The role of the posterior superior temporal sulcus in the processing of unmarked transitivity. NeuroImage 35, 343-352. Available online.

Richard Wiese, Petra Burkhardt & Matthias Schlesewsky (2007) Neurokognition der Sprache in Wort, Satz und Text. In: Akten des Deutschen Germanistentags (im Internet). Germanistenverband, 2007.

Johannes Knaus, Richard Wiese & Ulrike Janßen (2007) The processing of word stress: EEG studies on task-related components. In: Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 2007, Saarbrücken, 709-712. Download!

2008

Ulrike Domahs, Richard Wiese, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky & Matthias Schlesewsky (2008): The processing of German word stress: Evidence for the prosodic hierarchy. Phonology 25/1, 1-36. Available online.

Richard Wiese (2008) A two-level approach to morphological structure. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 20, 243-274. Available online.

2009

Richard Wiese, Petra Schumacher & Matthias Schlesewsky (2009) Neurokognition der Sprache in Wort, Satz und Text. In: Martin Huber & Simone Winko (Hrsg.) Literatur und Kognition. Bestandsaufnahmen und Perspektiven eines Arbeitsfeldes. Paderborn, Mentis Verlag, 85-98.

Ulrike Domahs, Wolfgang Kehrein, Johannes Knaus, Richard Wiese & Matthias Schlesewsky (2009) Event-related potentials reflecting the processing of phonological constraint violations. Language and Speech 52/4, 415-435. Available Online.

Richard Wiese (2009) The grammar and typology of plural noun inflection in varieties of German. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 12/2, 137-173. Available Online.

2010

Hye Jeong Song & Richard Wiese (2010) Resistance to complexity interacting with visual shape - German and Korean orthography. Writing Systems Research 2, 87-103. Available Online.

2011

Richard Wiese (2011, erschienen 2010) Phonetik und PhonologieUTB / W. Fink. Reihe: LIBAC.

Richard Wiese (2011) The Representation of Rhotics. In: The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, edited by Marc van Oostendorp, Colin Ewen, Elizabeth Hume, and Keren Rice, Malden, MA & Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 711-729.

Karen Bohn, Richard Wiese & Ulrike Domahs (2011) The status of the rhythm rule within and across word boundaries in German. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the Phonetic Sciences 2011, Hong Kong, 332-335. Available Online.

Johannes Knaus, Richard Wiese & Ulrike Domahs (2011) Secondary stress is distributed rhythmically within words: An EEG study on German. In: Proceedings of the 17thInternational Conference of the Phonetic Sciences 2011, Hong Kong, 1114-1117. Available Online.

Paula Orzechowska & Richard Wiese (2011) Reconstructing the Sonority Hierarchy. In: Proceedings of the 17thInternational Conference of the Phonetic Sciences 2011, Hong Kong, 1542-1545. Available Online.

2012

Frank Domahs, Arne Nagels, Ulrike Domahs, Carin Whitney, Richard Wiese & Tilo Kircher (2012) Where the mass counts: Common cortical activation for different kinds of non-singularity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24:4, 915-932. Available online.

Arne Nagels, Andre Kirner-Veselinovic, Richard Wiese, Frieder Paulus, Tilo Kircher und Sören Krach (2012) Effects of ketamine-induced psychopathological symptoms on continuous overt rhyme fluency. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience  262, 403-414. Available online.

Ulrike Domahs, Johannes Knaus, Paula Orzechowska & Richard Wiese (2012) Stress 'deafness' in a language with fixed word stress: an ERP study on Polish. Frontiers in Psychology 3:439, 1-15. Available online.

2013

Karen Bohn, Johannes Knaus, Richard Wiese & Ulrike Domahs (2013) The influence of rhythmic (ir)regularities on speech processing: evidence from an ERP study on German phrases. Neuropsychologia 51, 760-771. Available online.

Eva Smolka, Patrick Khader, Richard Wiese, Pienie Zwitserlood, und Frank Rösler (2013) Neurobiological evidence for the continuous processing of linguistic categories of regular and irregular verb inflection in German. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25, 1284-1304. Available online.

Ulrike Domahs, Safiye Genc, Johannes Knaus, Richard Wiese und Barış Kabak (2013) Processing (un-)predictable word stress: ERP evidence from Turkish. Language and Cognitive Processes 28, 335-354.  Available online.

Janina Mołczanow, Ulrike Domahs, Johannes Knaus, Richard Wiese (2013) The lexical representation of word stress in Russian: evidence from event-related potentials. The Mental Lexicon 8, 164-194. Available online.

2014

Lydia Riedl, Richard Wiese, Volker Dellwo & Annika Wittig (2014) Die Leistung im Memorieren und Nachsprechen von Pseudowörtern: Eine Untersuchung zum Wortakzent im Deutschen. Linguistische Berichte 240, 447-470. Available online.

Karen Henrich, Kai Alter, Richard Wiese & Ulrike Domahs (2014) The relevance of rhythmical alternation in language processing: an ERP study on English compounds. Brain and Language 136, 119-130. Available online.

Ulrike Domahs, Johannes Knaus, Heba El Shanawany & Richard Wiese (2014) The role of predictability and structure in word stress processing: An ERP study on Cairene Arabic and a cross-linguistic comparison. Frontiers in Psychology - Language Sciences 5. Available online.

Janina Mołczanow & Richard Wiese (2014) Rhythm is in the mind of the beholder. Remarks on the nature of linguistic rhythm. Linguistica Copernicana 11, 169-182. Available online.

2015

Richard Wiese & Augustin Speyer (2015) Prosodic parallelism explaining morphophonological variation in German. Linguistics 53/3, 525-559. Available online

Ulrike Domahs, Richard Wiese & Johannes Knaus (2015) Word prosody in focus and non-focus position: An ERP study on the interplay of prosodic domains. In: Ralf Vogel & Ruben van de Vijver (eds.) Rhythm in Cognition and Grammar: A Germanic perspective. Berlin, de Gruyter, 137-164. Available online.

Karen Henrich, Richard Wiese, Ulrike Domahs (2015) How information structure influences the processing of rhythmic irregularities: ERP evidence from German phrases. Neuropsychologia  75, 431-440.  Available online.

Karen Henrich, Richard Wiese, Ulrike Domahs (2015) The influence of syllable number and task-related attention on the perception of rhythmic irregularities: an ERP study on German compounds. In: Proceedings of the 18t International Conference of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 2015. Available online.

Paula Orzechowska & Richard Wiese (2015) Preferences and variation in word-initial phonotactics: a multi-dimensional evaluation of German and Polish. Folia Linguistica  49, 439-486. Available online.

Katerina Kandylaki, Arne Nagels, Richard Wiese, Sarah Tune, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky & Tilo Kircher (2015) Processing of false belief passages during natural story comprehension: an fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping 36, 4231-4246. Available online.

Ulrike Domahs, Hubert Truckenbrodt, Richard Wiese (2015) Editorial zu: Phonological and phonetic competence: between grammar, signal processing and neural activity. E-Book. Frontiers in Psychology. Available online.

2016

Christiane Ulbrich, Johannes Knaus, Paula Orzechowska, Phillip Alday, Richard Wiese (2016) The role of phonotactic principles in language processing. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 662-682. Available online.

Richard Wiese (2016) Die Rolle der Silbe in der Lautsprache. In: Ulrike Domahs & Beatrice Primus (Hrsg.) Handbuch Laut - Gebärde - Buchstabe. Berlin, de Gruyter, 46-63. Available online.

Katerina D. Kandylaki, Arne Nagels, Sarah Tune, Tilo Kircher, Richard Wiese, Matthias Schlesewsky, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky (2016) Predicting "when" in discourse engages the human dorsal auditory stream: an fMRI study using naturalistic stories. Journal of Neuroscience  . Available online.

Richard Wiese (2016) Prosodic Parallelism – comparing spoken and written language. Frontiers in Psychology - Language Sciences 6. Available online.

2017

Richard Wiese, Paula Orzechowska, Phillip Alday, Christiane Ulbrich (2017) Structural principles or frequency of use? An ERP experiment on the learnability of Polish consonant clusters. Frontiers in Psychology – Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience 7. Available online.

Katerina D. Kandylaki, Karen Henrich, Arne Nagels, Tilo Kircher, Ulrike Domahs, Matthias Schlesewsky, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Richard Wiese (2017 Where is the beat? The neural correlates of lexical stress and rhythmical well-formedness in auditory story comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29/7, 1119–1131. Available online.

2018

Christiane Ulbrich, Alexander Werth, Richard Wiese (Hrsg.) (2018) Empirical Approaches to the Phonological Structure of Words. Berlin: de Gruyter. Available online

Christiane Ulbrich & Richard Wiese (2018) Phonotactic principles and exposure in second language processing. In: Christiane Ulbrich, Alexander Werth, Richard Wiese (Hrsg.) Empirical Approaches to the Phonological Structure of Words. Berlin: de Gruyter, 153-182. Available online

Christiane Ulbrich, Alexander Werth, Richard Wiese (2018) The word in phonology: questions and answers. In: Christiane Ulbrich, Alexander Werth, Richard Wiese (Hrsg.) Empirical Approaches to the Phonological Structure of Words. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1-12.

Jürg Fleischer, Michael Cysouw, Augustin Speyer, Richard Wiese (2018) Variation and its determinants: a corpus-based study of German schwa in the letters of Goethe. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 37, 55–81. Available online.

Eva Smolka, Pienie Zwitserlood, Richard Wiese, William Marslen-Wilson, Frank Rösler: Priming Effects of German Participles - the Past-Tense Debate is not Over Yet (2018)  Available online.

2019

Janina Mołczanow, Ekaterina Iskra, Olga Dragoy, Richard Wiese, Ulrike Domahs (2019) Lexical stress in Russian stem classes: evidence from acquired surface dyslexia. Phonology 36/1, 61-90. Available online.

Heba El Shanawany, Richard Wiese (2019) Regeln und metrische Repräsentationen – eine Kunstwortuntersuchung zum Kairo-Arabischen Wortakzent. Linguistische Berichte  257, 93-114. Available online.

Demnächst

Richard Wiese, Paula Orzechowska (2019) Structure and usage do not explain each other – an analysis of German word-initial clusters. 

Ekaterina Starikova, Christiane Ulbrich, Janina Mołczanow, Richard Wiese (2019) Effects of sonority, frequency and first language in second language cluster perception. Ms.

Heba El Shanawany, Richard Wiese (2019) Kontrastive Silbenphonologie – Lernersprache Deutsch mit Arabisch als Erstsprache. Ms.

 

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