Lisa Schäfer

Research assistant


Contact

Lisa Schäfer
Universität des Saarlandes
Campus A2 2 ∙ Raum 3.09
D-66123 Saarbrücken
Phone: +49 (0) 681 302–2889
E-mail: lisa.schaefer(at)uni-saarland.de
Website: nds.uni-saarland.de/schaefer


Office hours

by appointment per e-mail


Papers

Schäfer, Lisa (in press): Topic drop in German: Empirical support for an information-theoretic account to a long-known omission phenomenon. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft. https://doi.org/10.1515/zfs-2021-2024.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (in press): The Role of UID for the Usage of Verb Phrase Ellipsis: Psycholinguistic Evidence from Length and Context Effects. Frontiers in Psychology.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2021). Modeling the predictive potential of extralinguistic context with script knowledge: The case of fragments. PLoS ONE 16(2):e0246255. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0246255.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2020). Script Knowledge Constrains Ellipses in Fragments – Evidence from Production Data and Language Modeling. Proceedings of SCIL 2020. Vol. 3 , Article 45.

Talks

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke, Ingo Reich & Heiner Drenhaus (2021). Empirical evidence for an information-theoretic account of topic drop in German. Psycholinguistics in Flanders 2021, online.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke, Ingo Reich & Heiner Drenhaus (2020). UID constrains the usage of topic drop in German: experimental and corpus linguistic findings. ECBAE 2020.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2020). Predicting (mis)matches in sluicing: Evidence from cloze, rating and reading time data. ECBAE 2020.

Schäfer, Lisa (2020). If you can predict it, you can omit it: Empirical investigations on the usage of topic drop in German. Linguistic Evidence 2020, Tübingen.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2019). Speakers use verb phrase ellipsis to satisfy UID: Psycholinguistic evidence from length and context effects. RAILS, Saarbrücken.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2019). Predictable words are more likely to be omitted in fragments – Evidence from production data. RAILS, Saarbrücken.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2019). Script-based discourse expectations trigger omissions in fragments – Evidence from production data. DETEC 2019, Berlin.

Reich, Ingo, Robin Lemke & Lisa Schäfer (2019): Guess who dances with whom? – Predictability and the acceptability of mismatches in sluicing and sprouting. Sluicing and ellipsis at 50, Chicago, IL.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2018). Syntactic cues license voice mismatch in VP ellipsis – An experimental study. DGfS 2018, Universität Stuttgart.

Poster presentations

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2021). Predictability and ellipsis: Divergence between acceptability ratings and reading times. Psycholinguistics in Flanders 2021, online.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer, Ingo Reich & Heiner Drenhaus (2020). Do implicit Questions under Discussion license the usage of fragments? AMLaP 2020, online.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2020). Topic drop is more than dropping topics: corpus linguistic and experimental investigations on factors that facilitate the recovery of the omitted element. CUNY 2020, UMass Amherst.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2020). Another slice? – UID constrains the omission of content words in fragments. CUNY 2020, UMass Amherst.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2020). Can identity conditions on sluicing and sprouting be explained by processing? Linguistic Evidence 2020, Tübingen.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2019). Discourse expectations guide the use of verb phrase ellipsis: Psycholinguistic evidence for an information-theoretic account of context and length effects on VPE. DETEC 2019, Berlin.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich (2019). Verb phrase ellipsis avoids troughs in the ID profile: An information-theoretic account to VPE based on evidence from rating and reading time data. CUNY 2019, Boulder, CO.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2019). Can identity conditions on ellipsis be explained by processing principles? CUNY 2019, Boulder, CO.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke & Ingo Reich (2018). Topicality as prerequisite of Topic Drop? Evidence from rating studies on German. AMLaP 2018, Berlin.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2018). Uniform Information Density constrains omissions in fragments. AMLaP 2018, Berlin.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2018). Voice mismatches in VP ellipsis are licensed by syntactic cues. AMLaP 2018, Berlin.

Schäfer, Lisa, Robin Lemke & Ingo Reich (2018). What is dropped in Topic Drop? – A rating study on the relationship between Topicality and Topic Drop in German. CUNY 2018, Davis, CA.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2018). Don’t be uninformative! – Experimental studies on information theory and fragment usage. CUNY 2018, Davis, CA.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo Reich (2018). Making a good mismatch – (How) syntactic cues license voice mismatches in VP ellipsis. Linguistic Evidence 2018, Tübingen.

Lemke, Robin, Lisa Schäfer and Ingo Reich (2017). Does Information Theory constrain the usage of fragments? – An experimental study. AMLaP 2017, Lancaster (UK).

Declerck, Thierry, Antónia Kostová, Lisa Schäfer (2017). Towards a Linked Data Access to Folktales classified by Thompson’s Motifs and Aarne-Thompson-Uther’s Types. 2 Proceedings of Digital Humanities 2017, Montréal, QC, Canada, ADHO, 8/2017.

Declerck, Thierry, and Lisa Schäfer (2017). Porting past Classification Schemes for Narratives to a Linked Data Framework. in: Apostolos Antonacopoulos, Marco Büchler (eds.): 2 Proceedings of DATeCH2017, Göttingen, Germany, ACM, 6/2017.