Berry Claus

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Claus, B., Meijer, M., Repp, S., & Krifka, M. (resubmitted). Puzzling response particles: An experimental study on the German answering system. Submitted to Semantics and Pragmatics.

Claus, B. & Kelter, S. (2016). The interpretation of mixed predicates: contrasting two different types of plural subjects. In Pre-Proceedings of Linguistic Evidence 2016 (pp. 88-93).

Meijer, M., Claus, B., Repp, S., & Krifka, M. (2015). Particle responses to negated assertions: Preference patterns for German ja and nein. In T. Brochhagen, F. Roelofsen & N. Theiler (eds.), Proceedings of the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium (pp. 286-295).

Claus, B. (2015). Verb gapping: an action-gap compatibility study. Acta Psychologica, 156, 104-113.

Claus, B. (2014). Are adjectival-passive states evaluated against a contrasting state? Juxtaposing adjectival passives with adjectives and with verbal passives. In Pre-Proceedings of Linguistic Evidence 2014 (pp. 33-38).

Claus, B. (2012). Processing narrative texts: Melting frozen time? In A. Benz, M. Stede, & P. Kühnlein (Eds.), Constraints in Discourse 3: Representing and inferring discourse structure (pp. 17-44). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Claus, B. & Kriukova, O. (2012). Interpreting adjectival passives: Evidence for the activation of contrasting states. In B. Stolterfoht & S. Featherston (Eds.), Empirical approaches to linguistic theory: Studies in meaning and structure (pp. 187-206). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Claus, B. (2011). Establishing salience during narrative text comprehension: A simulation view account. In C. Chiarcos, B. Claus, & M. Grabski (Eds.), Salience. Multidisciplinary perspectives on its function in discourse (pp. 251-277). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Chiarcos, C., Claus, B., & Grabski, M. (2011). Salience in linguistics and beyond. In C. Chiarcos, B. Claus, & M. Grabski (Eds.), Salience. Multidisciplinary perspectives on its function in discourse (pp. 1-28). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Kukina, O. & Claus, B. (2010). Is an open window the same as an opened one? Evidence that adjectives and adjectival passives differentially affect comprehension. In Pre-Proceedings of the International Conference on Linguistic Evidence (pp. 55-58).

Claus, B. & Vozikaki, K. (2010). Interpreting pronouns referring to the arguments of experiencer/stimulus verbs: reversed antecedent preferences for causal and consecutive connectives. In Pre-Proceedings of the International Conference on Linguistic Evidence (pp. 22-25).

Claus, B. & Kelter, S. (2009). Embodied language comprehension: the processing of spatial information during reading and listening. In A. M. Columbus (Ed.), Advances in Psychology Research, Vol. 59 (pp. 1-44). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.

Claus, B. (2008). Discourse referents for nonspecific entities of described nonfactual situations. In Pre-Proceedings of the International Conference on Linguistic Evidence (pp. 102-104).

Claus, B. & Kelter, S. (2006). Comprehending narratives containing flashbacks: Evidence for temporally organized representations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 32, 1031-1044.

Kelter, S. & Claus, B. (2005). How do readers deal with flashbacks in narratives? In B. G. Bara, L. Barsalou, & M. Bucciarelli (Eds.), Proceedings of the XXVII Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1126-1131). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Kelter, S., Kaup, B. & Claus, B. (2004). Representing a described sequence of events: A dynamic view of narrative comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 30, 451-464.

Hörnig, R., Claus, B. & Eyferth, K. (2000). In search of an overall organizing principle in spatial mental models: a question of inference. In S. O'Nuallain (Ed.), Spatial Cognition: Foundations and applications. Selected papers from Mind III, Annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society of Ireland, 1998 (pp. 69-81). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Claus, B., Kindsmüller, M. C., Kaup, B. & Kelter, S. (1999). Inferenz zeitabhängiger Veränderungen von Entitäten beim Lesen. [Inferring time-dependent changes of entities during reading] Zeitschrift für experimentelle Psychologie, 46, 237-242.

Hörnig, R., Eyferth, K. & Claus, B. (1999). Egozentrische Inferenz von Objektpositionen beim Lesen und Hören. [Egocentric inference of object positions during reading and listening] Zeitschrift für experimentelle Psychologie, 46, 140-151.

Kaup, B., Kelter, S., Claus, B. & Kindsmüller, M. C. (1998). Zur Repräsentation der Zeitdauer in Diskurswelten [Representing the duration of described events]. In U. Kotkamp & W. Krause (eds.), Intelligente Informationsverarbeitung (pp. 111-119). Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitätsverlag.

Claus, B., Eyferth, K., Gips, C., Hörnig, R., Schmid, U., Wiebrock, S. & Wysotzki, F. (1998). Reference frames for spatial inference in text understanding. In C. Freksa, C. Habel, K. F. Wender (eds.), Spatial Cognition - An interdisciplinary approach to representing and processing spatial knowledge (pp. 241-266). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Hörnig, R., Claus, B. & Eyferth, K. (1997). Objektzugriff im mentalen Modell: Eine Frage der Perspektive? [Object access in spatial mental models: A question of perspective?]. In C. Umbach, M. Grabski & R. Hörnig (eds.), Perspektive in Sprache und Raum (pp. 81-104). Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitätsverlag.

Hörnig, R., Claus, B., Durstewitz, D., Fricke, E., Schmid, U., & Eyferth, K. (1996). Object access in mental models under different perspectives induced by linguistic expressions. KIT-Report 126, TU Berlin.

Durstewitz, D., Claus, B., Fricke, E., & Schmid, U. (1994). Induktion von Perspektive in räumlichen Situationsmodellen in Abhängigkeit vom sprachlichen Ausdruck [Inducing perspectives in spatial mental models by linguistic expressions]. KIT-Report 121, TU Berlin.

Durstewitz, D., Schmid, U., Claus, B., & Eyferth, K. (1994). Zum Einfluß von Situationsmodellen auf die Verarbeitung konsistenter versus inkonsistenter Textinformation [The impact of situation models on the processing of consistent and inconsistent text information]. KIT-Report 114, TU Berlin.