Juliane Schwab

Universität Osnabrück

Institut für Kognitionswissenschaft

Juliane Schwab is a PhD student within the DFG-funded Research Training Group Computational Cognition working on the processing and acquisition of polarity items from psycho- and neurolinguistic perspectives. In her research, she is broadly interested in language processing at the sentence and discourse level, and in the semantics and pragmatics of natural language. Sie ist assoziiertes Mitglied des SFB1412-Projekts A07: Pragmatic Functions and Effects of Register Variation and Switch: a Register approach to negation and polarity.

Projects

A07 Pragmatic Functions and Effects of Register Variation and Switch: a Register approach to negation and polarity

Contact

+49 541 969 2247

jschwab@uni-osnabrueck.deWebsite

Publications & Presentations

    Publications

  • Schwab, Juliane; Liu, Mingya; Mueller, Jutta L.  (2021) On the Acquisition of Polarity Items: 11- to 12-Year-Olds' Comprehension of German NPIs and PPIs In: Journal of Psycholinguistic Research [DOI] [ViVo]
  • Presentations

  • Liu, Mingya; Beese, Caroline; Gruber, Thomas; Mueller, Jutta; Schwab, Juliane  (2022) Testing predictive and integrative neural mechanisms in the processing of negative polarity items In: HSP 2022, UC Santa Cruz [ViVo]