Publications, Talks and Workshops
Günther, F. (2016). Constructions in Cognitive Contexts. Why Individuals Matter in Linguistic Relativity Research. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton [Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 299]
Geyer, T., Günther, F., Müller, H. J., Kacian, J., Liesefeld, H. R. & Pierides, S. (submitted). Reading English-language haiku: An eye-movement study of the ‘cut effect’.
Günther, F. (2017). A usage-based cognitive linguistic (re-)interpretation of priming evidence. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 25-26.
Geyer, T., Günther, F., Kacian, J., Müller, H. J., & Pierides, S. (2017). Reading haiku: What eye movements reveal about the construction of literary meaning: An exploratory study. In T. Lachmann & T. Weis (eds.), New Stages in Human Information Processing Research: In Search of Invariants in Cognition. Taylor & Francis, NY. pp. 249-276.
Pierides, S., Müller, H. J., Kacian, J., Günther, F., & Geyer, T. (2017). Haiku and the brain: An exploratory study. Juxtapositions: A Journal of Haiku Research and Scholarship (in press).
Müller, H. J., Geyer, T., Günther, F., Kacian, J., & Pierides, S. (2017). Reading English-language haiku: Processes of meaning construction revealed by eye movements. Journal of Eye Movement Research 10(1):4, 1–33.
Günther, F., Geyer, T., & Müller, H. J. (2016). Salience, perception and attention. In H.-J. Schmid (ed.), Entrenchment and the psychology of language learning: How we reorganize and adapt linguistic knowledge, 289–312. Berlin und Boston: de Gruyter Mouton/APA.
Schmid, H.-J. & Günther, F. (2016). Towards a unified socio-cognitive framework for salience in language. Frontiers in Psychology 7:1110. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01110.
Günther, F. (2014). Do German and English speakers conceptualize perceived scenes differently? The case of vorne rechts versus in the front right-hand corner. In T. Krefeld & E. Pustka (eds.), Perzeptive Linguistik: Phonetik, Semantik, Varietäten, 133–153. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. [Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik – Beihefte vol. 157].
Talks and Poster Presentations
- 2019. "Linguistic Relativity: Theoretical perspectives and empirical investigations." Invited guest talk at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg.
- 2018. "where as a relativizer in (British) English." Talk at the Modern English Linguistics Colloquium, LMU Munich
- 2018. "Reading English Language Haiku – First findings from an interdisciplinary (neuro)cognitive poetics project." Talk at the Modern English Linguistics Colloquium, LMU Munich
- 2018. "Could language processing be based on constructions? And, if so, what would they look like?" Talk at the Modern English Linguistics Colloquium, LMU Munich
- 2017. "Exploring English Language Haiku through the eyes (and minds) of their readers: First findings from an interdisciplinary (neuro-)cognitive poetics project" (invited talk at the University of Siegen as representative of the Haiku and the Brain-project)
- 2017. "Exploring meaning construction in readers of English Language Haiku: An eye-tracking study." ECEM 19 – 19th European Conference on Eye Movements, Wuppertal; Germany (as representative of the Haiku and the Brain-project)
- 2015. (with Felix Sprang): “Ökonomien des Lesens”. Interdisziplinäre Tagung Philologie und Gesellschaft, Hannover, Germany
- 2015. “Individual knowledge structures matter. A usage-based individual-focused investigation of linguistic relativity effects.” SALC V – 5th Conference of the Scandinavian Association of Language and Cognition, Trondheim, Norway (funded by LMUExcellent)
- 2014. Invited presentation: “Linguistic construal and perceptual salience in cognitive context.” Workshop Perceptual Linguistic Salience: Modelling Causes and Consequences, FRIAS, Freiburg
- 2014. “Constructions in cognitive context: What eye-movements reveal about the nature of meaning” DGKL/GCLA 6 – 6th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association: Constructions & Cognition, Erlangen, Germany
- 2014. “Form, meaning, and the individual mind: What speakers’ eye-movements can reveal about the nature of linguistic meaning.” SLE 2014 – 47th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Poznan, Poland (funded by DAAD – Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst)
- 2014. “Seeing, saying and meaning. What eye-movements reveal about the entrenchment of constructions.” UK-CLC 5 – 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Lancaster, UK (funded: Mittel für Gleichstellung in Forschung und Lehre, LMU Munich)
- 2012. Invited talk: “Object-focus versus space-focus in language. Do complex spatial expressions influence visual perception?” 16. LIPP-Symposium “Perzeptive Linguistik: Phonetik – Semantik – Variation”, Munich, Germany
- 2012. “vorne rechts auf dem Tisch vs. in the front right hand corner on the table. Sprechen und Denken über (Objekte im) Raum im Deutschen und Englischen.” Doktorandenforum der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, Cologne, Germany
- 2012. “Do German and English speakers conceptualize space differently? The case of vorne rechts auf dem Tisch versus on the front-right-hand side on the table.” UK-CLC 4 – 4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, London, UK
- 2011. “Language, thought and objects in space: A contrastive analysis of English and German.” FJUEL 2011 – Forum Junge Englische Linguistik, Eichstätt, Germany (and member of the conference team)
- 2010. “Entrenchment and conventionalization and the problem of schematicity: Findings from a thinking-for-speaking study on German and English speakers’ use of complex spatial references.” DGKL/GCLA 4 – 4th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Bremen, Germany
- 2010. “vorne rechts (auf dem Tisch) versus in the front right-hand corner (on the table) – Differences in thinking-for-speaking of space in German and English.” ICLC 6 – 6th International Contrastive Linguistics Conference, Berlin, Germany
- 2008. “The impact of global syntax on translation equivalence – A constructivist approach” The 1st International Conference in LSP- and Translation-Studies Oriented Textual Analysis, Marokko, El Jadida
- 2018. Co-organization of the interdisciplinary workshop "Language in Mind and Brain" (LMU Munich)
- 2017. "Theorie und Praxis der Augenbewegungsmessung" (invited workshop at the University of Siegen)
- 2017. "Eyetracking als Methode in der sprachwissenschaftlichen Forschung" (invited workshop at the Graduate School Language & Literature, Class of Language, LMU Munich)
- 2015. "How to collect (and combine) linguistic and behavioural data - A practical workshop on experiments in linguistics" (invited workshop at the symposium MALT - Methods and Linguistic Theories, University of Bamberg)