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Name: Richard  Wiese
Institution: Philipps-Universität Marburg
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State and/or Country: Germany   
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Morphology
Phonetics
Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Writing Systems
Neurolinguistics
Subject Language(s): German
Selected Publications: R. Wiese: The Phonology of German. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1996/2000.
Chris Golston, R. Wiese: The structure of the German root. In: Wolfgang Kehrein und R. Wiese (eds.): Phonology and Morphology of the Germanic Languages. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1998, 165-185.
R. Wiese: On default rules and other rules. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22/6, 1999, 1043-44.
R. Wiese: Regular morphology vs. prosodic morphology? - The case of truncations in German. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 13, 2001, 131-177.
R. Wiese: The structure of the German vocabulary: edge marking of categories and functional considerations. Linguistics 39/1, 2001, 95-115.
R. Wiese: The phonology of /r/. In: Tracy Alan Hall (ed.) Distinctive Feature Theory. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2001, 335-368.
R. Wiese: How prosody shapes German words and morphemes. Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis 6, 2001, 155-184.
R. Wiese: A model of conversion in German. In: Ingrid Kaufmann & Barbara Stiebels (Hrsg.): More than Words: A Festschrift for Dieter Wunderlich. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2002, 47-67.
R. Wiese: Vom Laut zum Buchstaben oder zurück? In: Bommes, Michael; Doris Tophinke; Christina Noack (Hrsg.): Sprache als Form. Festschrift für Utz Maas zum 60. Geburtstag. Opladen, Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag, 2002, 151-60.
R. Wiese: Linear order and its place in grammar. Commentary on: Ray Jackendoff, Foundations of Language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26, 2003, 693-94.
R. Wiese: The unity and variation of (German) /r/. Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik, 2003, 25-43.
R. Wiese: Über das Klassifizieren – eine linguistische Anmerkung. Zeitschrift für Epileptologie 17, 2004, 235-238.
Susanne Bartke, Frank Rösler, Judith Streb & R. Wiese: An ERP-Study of German 'irregular' morphology. Journal of Neurolinguistics 18, 2005, 29-55.
R. Wiese: How to optimize orthography. Written Language and Literacy 7, 2004, 305-331.
Tanja Grewe, Ina Bornkessel, Stefan Zysset, R. Wiese, D. Yves von Cramon & Matthias Schlesewsky: The emergence of the unmarked: A new perspective on the language specific function of Broca’s area. Human Brain Mapping 26, 2005, 178-190.
R. Wiese: Phonology: overview. In: Keith Brown et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, vol 9, 562-564. Elsevier, 2006.
R. Wiese (section editor phonology): Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 14 vol. Oxford: Elsevier, 2006.
Tanja Grewe, Ina Bornkessel, Stefan Zysset, R. Wiese, D. Yves von Cramon & Matthias Schlesewsky: Linguistic prominence and Broca’s area: The influence of animacy as a linearization principle. Neuroimage 32, 2006, 1395-1402.
Ulrike Janssen, R. Wiese & Matthias Schlesewsky: Electrophysiological responses to violations of morphosyntactic and prosodic features in derived German nouns. Journal of Neurolinguistics 19, 2006, 466-482.
Tanja Grewe, Ina Bornkessel, Stefan Zysset, R. Wiese, D. Yves von Cramon & Matthias Schlesewsky: The role of the posterior superior temporal sulcus in the processing of unmarked transitivity. NeuroImage 35, 2007, 343-352.
R. Wiese, Petra Schumacher & Matthias Schlesewsky (2009) Neurokognition der Sprache in Wort, Satz und Text. In: Martin Huber & Simone Winko (Hrsg.) Literatur und Kognition. Bestandsaufnahmen und Perspektiven eines Arbeitsfeldes. Paderborn, Mentis, 85-98.
Ulrike Domahs, Wolfgang Kehrein, Johannes Knaus, R. Wiese & Matthias Schlesewsky (2009) Event-related potentials reflecting the processing of phonological constraint violations. Language and Speech 52, 415-435.
R. Wiese (2009) The grammar and typology of plural noun inflection in varieties of German. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 12, 137-173.
Announced on LINGUIST :  The Phonology of German
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  The Phonology of German
Dissertation Director * of: Declarative Prosodic Morphology - Constraint-based analyses and computational models of Finnish and Tigrinya
(Markus Walther, Author)
Academic Paper Abstract: The processing of German word stress: evidence for the prosodic hierarchy
A Two-Level Approach to Morphological Structure

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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