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Workshops and Presentations


Workshop organization

  • 28.01.2022 & 11.02.2022. Methoden Workshop zu Eyetracking During Reading. TU Dortmund.
  • LingCologne 2019 Organizing committee, University of Cologne.
  • 15 February 2016 Workshop on Anaphora Resolution (with Dr. C Felser and J Drummer). University of Potsdam.
  • 2015-2017 GAM statistical learning group (with Dr. N Boll-Avetisyan). University of Potsdam.
  • 2014–2017 “R-Club” statistical software user-group (with Dr. J Veríssimo). University of Potsdam.
  • 25–27 August 2015 "GAMM tutorial and workshop on ERP and gaze data analysis" (with Dr. N Boll-Avetisyan). University of Potsdam. Tutor: Dr J van Rij.
  • 23 May 2015 "Second language processing of pronouns: evidence from eye-tracking”, ISB10 (with Dr. C Felser). Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA.
  • Organizing committee, LangUE 2010 und 2011; EGCL 2010 und 2011. University of Essex.

Recent presentations

(*denotes presenter)

  • Repp M*, Patterson C* & Schumacher P. Prominent protagonists influence discourse topicality. Poster vorgestellt bei der 3. International Conference ‘Prominence in Language’, 02–03.06.2022. Universität zu Köln, Deutschland. 
  • Patterson C* (2021). Discourse illusions in L1 and L2. Poster vorgestellt bei ‘Linguistic Illusions in Sentence Processing’, 13–14.09.2021. Universität Konstanz (online), Deutschland.
  • Patterson C*, Schumacher P, Nicenboim B, Hagen J & Kehler A. German pronoun interpretation follows Bayesian principles. Poster vorgestellt bei der 34. Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 04–06.03.2021. Universität zu Pennsylvania (online), USA. 
  • Patterson C*. The Bayesian model for German personal and demonstrative pronouns. Eingeladener Vortrag, Linguistischer Arbeitskreis Köln, 05.05.2021. Universität zu Köln, Deutschland.
  • Patterson C*, Hagen J, Kehler A  & Schumacher P. A Bayesian approach to modelling German personal and demonstrative pronouns. Poster vorgestellt bei AMLaP, 03–05.09.2020. Universität Potsdam, Deutschland.
  • Patterson C*. Prominence in German pronouns. Invited talk at the workshop “Language processing and representation: Scottish–German perspectives", 07–08.02.2020. Dundee University, UK.
  • Patterson C* & Schumacher PB. Multiple antecedents in context: influence on personal and demonstrative pronouns in German. Talk given at the 2nd SFB Networking Workshop: Discourse, 14–15.11.2019. University of Cologne, Germany.
  • Patterson C* & Schumacher PB. Resolving German demonstrative pronouns through prominence among three antecedents. Poster presented at AMLaP, 06­­­–08.09.2019. Centre for Cognition and Decision Making, Moscow.
  • Puebla C*, Patterson C & Felser C. The application of binding Condition B during native and non-native pronoun resolution. Talk given at the Experimental Linguistics Conference, 26–28.06.2019. Palma de Mallorca.
  • Puebla C*, Patterson C & Felser C. The real-time application of binding Condition B: sensitivity to grammatically inappropriate antecedents. Talk at the workshop "Doing Experiments with Theoretical Linguistics", 04.04.2019. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Suckow K* & Patterson C. Accessing illicit antecedents with morphological cues during anaphora resolution. Poster presented at AMLaP, 07­­­–09.09.2017. Lancaster University, UK.
  • Patterson C*. A psycholinguistic approach to pronoun resolution in German: variations in form and discourse function. Invited talk, 05.09.2017. University of York, UK.   
  • Patterson C* & Felser C. Cleft focus and accessibility: online vs. offline differences. Talk at the workshop "Anaphora Resolution in Signed and Spoken Languages (ARISAS)", 20­­­–21.02.2017. Göttingen University, Germany.
  • Patterson C* & Felser C. Cleft focus and accessibility: online vs. offline differences. Talk at the 39. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft, 08­­­–10.02.2017. Saarland University, Germany.