talks & poster presentations


2018

Neitsch, J., B. Braun & N. Dehé. 2018. Identifying rhetorical questions in German: the perceptual relevance of pitch accent type, voice quality and the discourse particle denn. Poster presented at Labphon 2018 (listed as alternate paper). Lisbon, Portugal.

Neitsch, J., B. Braun & N. Dehé. 2018. The role of prosody for the interpretation of rhetorical questions in German. Poster presented at Speech Prosody, Poznań, Poland.

Neitsch, J., B. Braun & N. Dehé. 2018. The prosody of rhetorical questions in German in consideration of context. Poster presented at Meaning in non-canonical Questions-Workshop, University of Konstanz, Germany.

 

2017

Neitsch, J., D. Wochner, K. Zahner & N. Dehé. 2017. Who likes liver? How German speakers use prosody to mark questions as rhetorical. Talk at Phonetics and Phonology in Europe. University of Cologne, Germany.

Kusterer, M., J. Neitsch, B. Braun & N. Dehé. 2017. Interpreting rhetorical questions: The influence of pitch accent type, voice quality and the modal particle “denn”. Poster presented at Phonetics and Phonology in Europe. University of Cologne, Germany.

2015

Wochner, D., J. Schlegel, N. Dehé & B. Braun. 2015. The prosodic marking of rhetorical questions in German. Poster presented at INTERSPEECH 2015. Dresden, Germany.

Schlegel, J., D. Wochner, B. Braun & N. Dehé. 2015. The prosody of rhetorical questions in German. Poster presented at Phonetics and Phonology in Europe, Cambridge, England.
Wochner, D. & J. Schlegel. 2015. The prosody of rhetorical questions. Talk at the 37. annual conference of DGfS  (AG6), Leipzig, Germany.

2014

Schlegel, J., & S. Egger. 2014. Mit Kind und Kegel ins mentale Lexikon: Eine Untersuchung der Speicherung und Produktion deutscher Paarformeln. Poster presented at the 10th Conference of Phonetics and Phonology in the German-speaking area (P & P 10), Konstanz, Germany.
Schlegel, J., S. Egger & B. Braun. 2014. Representation of German binomials: evidence from speech production. Poster presented at the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP). Cologne, Germany.