Prosodische Phrasierung in der auditorischen und visuellen Satzverarbeitung

The project investigates the status of prosodic phrasing in auditory and visual sentence processing. Prosodic phrase boundaries can influence the syntactic structure as well as the processing of argument status. The aim of the project is to identify the exact timing and functional make-up of prosody processing by measuring event-related potentials (ERPs). As a starting point for these experiments, behavioral production and perception studies willl determine the typical prosodic realization for various structures.

The studies are intended to obtain a cross-modal comparison of prosody processing strategies contingent on various constructions. The results contribute to integrating the prosodic component into psycho- and neurolinguistic models of incremental sentence processing.

DFG Grant to G. Dogil, A. Alexiadou & B. Kotchubey

Principal Investigator: P. Augurzky 



DFG Grant to Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Dogil, Prof. Dr. Artemis Alexiadou and  Dr. Boris Kotchubey



Principal Investigator:

Petra Augurzky, University of Tübingen

Current Staff: 

Nadja Schauffler, University of Stuttgart

Former Staff: