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Publications 1999-2001


  • Clahsen, H. & M. Almazan (2001). Compounding and inflection in language impairment: Evidence from Williams Syndrome (and SLI). Lingua 111: 729-757. 
  • Clahsen, H., Eisenbeiss, S., Hadler, M. & I. Sonnenstuhl (2001). The mental representation of inflected words: an experimental study of adjectives and verbs in German. Language 77: 510-543.
  • Clahsen, H., Sonnenstuhl, I, Hadler, M. & S. Eisenbeiss (2001). Morphological paradigms in language processing and language disorders. Transactions of the Philological Society 99: 247-283. 
  • Rodriguez-Fornells, A., Clahsen, H., Lleó, C., Zaake, W. & Münte, T. (2001). Event related brain responses to morphological violations in Catalan. Cognitive Brain Research 11: 47-58.


  • Featherston, S., Gross, M., Münte, T., & H. Clahsen (2000). Brain potentials in the processing of complex sentences: an ERP study of control and raising constructions. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 29: 141-154.


  • Clahsen, H. & J. Dalalakis (1999). Tense and agreement in Greek SLI: A case study. Essex Research Reports in Linguistics 24: 1-25.
  • Münte, T., Say, T., Clahsen, H. & M Kutas (1999). Decomposition of morphologically complex words in English: evidence from Event-Related Brain Potentials. Cognitive Brain Research 7: 241-253.