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How grammaticized concepts shape event conceptualization in language production: Insights from linguistic analysis, eye tracking data, and memory performance
C Von Stutterheim, M Andermann, M Carroll, M Flecken, B Schmiedtová
Linguistics 50 (4), 833-867, 2012
1052012
Event conceptualization by early Dutch–German bilinguals: Insights from linguistic and eye-tracking data
M Flecken
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 14 (1), 61-77, 2011
872011
Grammatical aspect influences motion event perception: Findings from a cross-linguistic non-verbal recognition task
M Flecken, C Von Stutterheim, M Carroll
Language and Cognition 6 (1), 45-78, 2014
752014
Driving along the road or heading for the village? Conceptual differences underlying motion event encoding in French, German, and French–German L2 users
M Flecken, M Carroll, K Weimar, C Von Stutterheim
The Modern Language Journal 99 (S1), 100-122, 2015
702015
On the road to somewhere: Brain potentials reflect language effects on motion event perception
M Flecken, P Athanasopoulos, JR Kuipers, G Thierry
Cognition 141, 41-51, 2015
592015
Aspectual concepts across languages: Some considerations for second language learning
B Schmiedtová, M Flecken
Applications of Cognitive Linguistics 9, 357, 2008
522008
Tracing trajectories: Motion event construal by advanced L2 French-English and L2 French-German speakers
M Carroll, K Weimar, M Flecken, M Lambert, C von Stutterheim
Language, Interaction and Acquisition 3 (2), 202-230, 2012
482012
Lexical prediction in language comprehension: A replication study of grammatical gender effects in Dutch
AR Kochari, M Flecken
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34 (2), 239-253, 2019
432019
How grammaticized concepts shape event conceptualization in language production: Insights from linguistic analysis, eye tracking data, and memory performance
C Stutterheim, M Andermann, M Carroll, MEP Flecken, B Schmiedtová
432012
Putting things in new places: Linguistic experience modulates the predictive power of placement verb semantics
G Van Bergen, M Flecken
Journal of Memory and Language 92, 26-42, 2017
412017
Progressive attraction: On the use and grammaticalization of progressive aspect in Dutch, Norwegian, and German
B Behrens, M Flecken, M Carroll
Journal of Germanic linguistics 25 (2), 95-136, 2013
392013
Definitely saw it coming? The dual nature of the pre-nominal prediction effect
DS Fleur, M Flecken, J Rommers, MS Nieuwland
Cognition 204, 104335, 2020
312020
What native speaker judgments tell us about the grammaticalization of a progressive aspectual marker in Dutch
M Flecken
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 49 (3), 479-524, 2011
302011
Event conceptualization in language production of early bilinguals
MEP Flecken
[Sl: sn], 2010
282010
Keeping the result in sight and mind: General cognitive principles and language‐specific influences in the perception and memory of resultative events
M Sakarias, M Flecken
Cognitive Science 43 (1), e12708, 2019
242019
Principles of information organization in L2 use: Complex patterns of conceptual transfer
M Flecken, C Von Stutterheim, M Carroll
International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching 51 (2), 229-242, 2013
202013
Analyzing gaze allocation during language planning: a cross-linguistic study on dynamic events1
M Flecken, J Gerwien, M Carroll, C Von Stutterheim
Language and Cognition 7 (1), 138-166, 2015
182015
The role of aspectual distinctions in event encoding: Implications for second language acquisition
B Schmiedtová, M Flecken
Pedagogical grammar, 357-384, 2008
182008
Grammatical aspect influences event duration estimations: Evidence from Dutch
M Flecken, J Gerwien
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
162013
Typological perspectives on second language acquisition
S Benazzo, M Flecken, E Soroli
Typological perspectives on second language acquisition:‘Thinking for …, 2012
162012
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