Publications

 

  1. Alber, J., Kutsch, C., & Strasen, S. (2020b). Empirical methods in literary studies. In V. Nünning & A. Nünning (Eds.), Methods of textual analysis in literary studies: Approaches, basics, model interpretations (pp. 273–296). WVT.
  2. Alber, J., & Strasen, S. (2020). Empirical literary studies: An introduction. Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies, 31(1), 5–14.
  3. Aspöck, L., Colsman, A., Kohnen, M., & Vorländer, M. (2016). Investigating the immersion of reproduction techniques for room auralizations. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual German Conference on Acoustics (DAGA) in Aachen, Germany, 565–568.
  4. Brinkmann, F., Aspöck, L., Ackermann, D., Lepa, S., Vorländer, M., & Weinzierl, S. (2019). A round robin on room acoustical simulation and auralization. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 145(4), 2746–2760.
  5. Brinkmann, F., Aspöck, L., Ackermann, D., Opdam, R., Vorländer, M., & Weinzierl, S. (2021). A benchmark for room acoustical simulation: Concept and database. Applied Acoustics, 176, 107867.
  6. Colsman, A., Aspöck, L., Kohnen, M., & Vorländer, M. (2016). Development of a questionnaire to investigate immersion of virtual acoustic environments. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual German Conference on Acoustics (DAGA) in Aachen, Germany, 581–584.
  7. Declerck, M., Koch, I., & Philipp, A. M. (2012). Digits vs. Pictures: The influence of stimulus type on language switching. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 15(4), 896–904.
  8. Declerck, M., Koch, I., & Philipp, A. M. (2015). The minimum requirements of language control: Evidence from sequential predictability effects in language switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 41(2), 377–394.
  9. Declerck, M., Stephan, D. N., Koch, I., & Philipp, A. M. (2015). The other modality: Auditory stimuli in language switching. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 27(6), 685–691.
  10. Declerck, M., Thoma, A. M., Koch, I., & Philipp, A. M. (2015b). Highly proficient bilinguals implement inhibition: Evidence from n-2 language repetition costs. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition, 41(6), 1911–1916.
  11. Diwersy, S., Evert, S., & Neumann, S. (2014). A weakly supervised multivariate approach to the study of language variation. In B. Szmrecsanyi & B. Wälchli (Eds.), Aggregating Dialectology, Typology, and Register Analysis. Linguistic Variation in Text and Speech (pp. 174–204). De Gruyter.
  12. Ehret, J., Bönsch, A., Aspöck, L., Röhr, C. T., Baumann, S., Grice, M., Fels, J., & Kuhlen, T. W. (2021). Do Prosody and Embodiment Influence the Perceived Naturalness of Conversational Agents’ Speech? ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 18(4). https://doi.org/10.1145/3486580
  13. Ehret, J., Stienen, J., Brozdowski, C., Bönsch, A., Mittelberg, I., Vorländer, M., & Kuhlen, T. W. (2020). Evaluating the Influence of Phoneme-Dependent Dynamic Speaker Directivity of Embodied Conversational Agents’ Speech. Proceedings of the 20th ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, 1–8.
  14. Evert, S., & Neumann, S. (2017). The impact of translation direction on characteristics of translated texts. A multivariate analysis for English and German. In G. De Sutter, M.-A. Lefer & I. Delaere (Eds.), Empirical Translation Studies. New theoretical and methodological traditions (pp. 47–80). De Gruyter.
  15. Fels, J., & Vorländer, M. (2009). Anthropometric Parameters Influencing Head-Related Transfer Functions. Acta Acustica United with Acustica, 95(2), 331–342.
  16. Fels, J., Buthmann, P., & Vorländer, M. (2004). Head-Related Transfer Functions of Children. Acta Acustica United with Acustica, 90(5), 918–927.
  17. Fels, J., Oberem, J., & Koch, I. (2020). Selective Binaural Attention and Attention Switching. In J. Blauert & J. Braasch (Eds.), The Technology of Binaural Understanding (pp. 61–89). Springer.
  18. Fels, J., Schröder, D., & Vorländer, M. (2007). Room acoustics simulations using head-related transfer functions of children and adults. Proceedings of International Symposium on Room Acoustics-Satellite Symposium of the 19th International Congress on Acoustics.
  19. Fest, J., Heilmann, A., Hohlfeld, O., Neumann, S., Reelfs, J. H., Schmitt, M., & Vogelgesang, A. (2019). Determining Response-generating Contexts on Microblogging Platforms. Proceedings of the 15th Conference on Natural Language Processing (KONVENS 2019): Long Papers, 171–182.
  20. Fintor, E., Aspöck, L., Fels, J., & Schlittmeier, S. (2021). The role of spatial separation of two talkers’ auditory stimuli in the listener’s memory of running speech: Listening effort in a non-noisy conversational setting. International Journal of Audiology, 1-9.
  21. Frings, C., Hommel, B., Koch, I., Rothermund, K., Dignath, D., Giesen, C., Kiesel, A., Kunde, W., Mayr, S., Moeller, B., Möller, M., Pfister, R., & Philipp, A. M. (2020). Binding and Retrieval in Action Control (BRAC). Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 24(5), 375–387.
  22. Gade, M., Declerck, M., Philipp, A. M., Rey-Mermet, A., & Koch, I. (2021). On the existence of asymmetrical switch costs and reversed language dominance effects – a meta-analysis. Journal of Cognition, 4(1), 55.
  23. Grice, M., & Baumann, S. (2016). Intonation in der Lautsprache: Tonale Analyse. In U. Domahs & B. Primus (Eds.), Handbuch Laut, Gebärde, Buchstabe (pp. 84–105). De Gruyter.
  24. Grice, M., Baumann, S., & Benzmüller, R. (2005). German Intonation in Autosegmental-Metrical Phonology. In S.-A. Jun (Eds..), Prosodic Typology: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing (pp. 55–83). Oxford University Press.
  25. Imram, M., Vorländer, M., & Schlittmeier, S. J. (2019). Audio-video virtual reality environments in building acoustics: An exemplary study reproducing performance results and subjective ratings of a laboratory listening experiment. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 146(3), EL310–EL316.
  26. Kaufmann, E., Mittelberg, I., Koch, I., & Philipp, A. M. (2018). Modality effects in language switching: Evidence for a bimodal advantage. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 21(2), 243–250.
  27. Kerz, E., Heilmann, A., & Neumann, S. (2019a). L2 Processing Advantages of Multiword Sequences: Evidence from Eye-Tracking. Proceedings of the Joint Workshop on Multiword Expressions and WordNet (MWE-WN 2019), 60–69.
  28. Kerz, E., Neumann, S., & Niemietz, P. (forthcoming). Assessing register awareness in advanced second language learners: Evidence from group- and individual-level analyses. Register Studies.
  29. Koch, I., Gade, M., Schuch, S., & Philipp, A. M. (2010). The role of inhibition in task switching: A review. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 17, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.3758/PBR.17.1.1
  30. Koch, I., Lawo, V., Fels, J., & Vorländer, M. (2011). Switching in the cocktail party: Exploring intentional control of auditory selective attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37(4), 1140–1147. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0022189
  31. Lawo, V., Fels, J., Oberem, J., & Koch, I. (2014). Intentional attention switching in dichotic listening: Exploring the efficiency of nonspatial and spatial selection. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67(10), 2010–2024. https://doi.org/10.1080/17470218.2014.898079
  32. Muhammad, I., Vorländer, M., & Schlittmeier, S. (2019). Audio-visual VR environments in building acoustics: An exemplary study reproducing performance results and subjective ratings of a laboratory listening experiment. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 146(3), 310–316.
  33. Neumann, S., & Evert, S. (2021). A register variation perspective on varieties of English. In E. Seoane & D. Biber (Eds.), Corpus-based approaches to register variation (pp. 143-178). Benjamins.
  34. Oberem, J., Koch, I., & Fels, J. (2017). Intentional switching in auditory selective attention: Exploring age-related effects in a spatial setup requiring speech perception. Acta Psychologica, 177, 36–43. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actpsy.2017.04.008
  35. Oberem, J., Lawo, V., Koch, I., & Fels, J. (2014). Intentional Switching in Auditory Selective Attention: Exploring Different Binaural Reproduction Methods in an Anechoic Chamber. Acta Acustica United with Acustica, 100(6), 1139–1148. https://doi.org/10.3813/AAA.918793
  36. Oberem, J., Seibold, J., Koch, I., & Fels, J. (2018). Intentional switching in auditory selective attention: Exploring attention shifts with different reverberation times. Hearing Research, 359, 32–39.
  37. Pausch, F., Aspöck, L., Vorländer, M., & Fels, J. (2018). An extended binaural real-time auralization system with an interface to research hearing aids for experiments on subjects with hearing loss. Trends in hearing, 22, 1–32.
  38. Philipp, A. M., & Koch, I. (2009). Inhibition in language switching: What is inhibited when switching between languages in naming tasks? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 35(5), 1187–1195.
  39. Philipp, A. M., Gade, M., & Koch, I. (2007). Inhibitory processes in language switching: Evidence from switching language-defined response sets. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 19(3), 395416.
  40. Philipp, A. M., Weidner, R., Koch, I., & Fink, G. R. (2013). Differential roles of inferior frontal and inferior parietal cortex in task switching: Evidence from stimulus-categorization switching and response-modality switching. Human Brain Mapping, 34(8), 1910–1920. https://doi.org/10.1002/hbm.22036
  41. Qiao, Y., Wei, Z., Kerz, E., & Schlüter, R. (2021). The Impact of ASR on the Automatic Analysis of Linguistic Complexity and Sophistication in Spontaneous L2 Speech. arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.08529.
  42. Qiao, Y., Zanwar, S., Bhattacharyya, R., Wiechmann, D., Zhou, W., Kerz, E., & Schlüter, R. (to be submitted). Predicting Listeners’ Perceptions of Argumentative Speech Using Fluency and (Psycho-)linguistic Features with Pretrained Models.
  43. Roembke, T. C., Koch, I., & Philipp, A. M. (under review). Language switching when writing: The role of phonological and orthographic overlap.
  44. Roembke, T. C., Philipp, A. M., & Koch, I. (under review). Assessing proactive language control: Does predictability of language sequences benefit language switching?
  45. Rosenthal-von der Pütten, A. M., Bock, N., Hofmann, L., & Meisen, T. (2021). (C)overt Robot-Robot-Communication and its Influence on Human Perception and Feelings of Social Exclusion. In A. M. Rosenthal-von der Pütten, M. Elson, & S. Schiffer (Eds.), Proceedings of the 12th Media Psychology Conference 2021. RWTH Aachen University.
  46. Schaeffner, S., Koch, I., & Philipp, A. M. (2018). Sensory-motor modality compatibility in multitasking: The influence of processing codes. Acta Psychologica, 191, 210–218.
  47. Schiller, I.S., Alber, J., Aspöck, L., Mohanathasan, C., Wetzel, L. & Schlittmeier, S.J. (2021). Text-related immersion for varying auditory background scenes. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference on Acoustics (DAGA) in Vienna, Austria.
  48. Ströbel, M., Kerz, E., Wiechmann, D., & Neumann, S. (2016). CoCoGen - Complexity Contour Generator: Automatic Assessment of Linguistic Complexity Using a Sliding-Window Technique. Coling 2016 Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Linguistic Complexity, 23–31. http://aclanthology.info/papers/cocogen-complexity-contour-generator-automatic-assessment-of-linguistic-complexity-using-a-sliding-window-technique
  49. Viveros Muñoz, R. A., Aspöck, L., & Fels, J. (2019). Spatial release from masking under different reverberant conditions in young and elderly subjects: Effect of moving or stationary maskers at circular and radial conditions. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 62(9), 3582–3595.
  50. Wendt, J., Weyers, B., Stienen, J. P., Bönsch, A., Vorländer, M., & Kuhlen, T. (2019). Influence of Directivity on the Perception of Embodied Conversational Agents’ Speech. In C. Pelachaud, J.-C. Martin, H. Buschmeier, G. M. Lucas & S. Kopp (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents (pp. 130–132). ACM.
  51. Baroni, M., & Evert, S. (2009). Statistical methods for corpus exploitation. In A. Lüdeling & M. Kytö (Eds.), Corpus Linguistics. An International Handbook (Vol. 2, pp. 777–803). Mouton de Gruyter. http://www.reference-global.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1515/9783110213881.2.777
  52. Baumann, S., & Riester, A. (2013). Coreference, lexical givenness and prosody in German. Lingua, 136, 16–37. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lingua.2013.07.012
  53. Bönsch, A., Radke, S., Wendt, J., Vierjahn, T., Habel, U., & Kuhlen, T. (2018a). Towards Understanding the Influence of a Virtual Agent’s Emotional Expression on Personal Space. IEEE Virtual Humans and Crowds for Immersive Environments. http://www.vr.rwth-aachen.de/publication/02159/.
  54. Bönsch, A., Radke, S., Overath, H., Asche, L. M., Wendt, J., Vierjahn, T., Habel, U., & Kuhlen, T. (2018b). Social VR: How Personal Space is Affected by Virtual Agents' Emotions. In K. Kiyokawa, F. Steinicke, B.H. Thomas, & G. Welch (Eds.), IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), pp. 199–206. IEEE.
  55. Doetsch, P., Zeyer, A., Voigtlaender, P., Kulikov, I., Schlüter, R., & Ney, H. (2017). RETURNN: The RWTH extensible training framework for universal recurrent neural networks. 2017 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 5345–5349. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICASSP.2017.7953177
  56. Kerz, E., & Wiechmann, D. (2020). Individual differences. In N. Tracy-Ventura & M. Paquot (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Acquisition and Corpora (pp. 394–406). Routledge.
  57. Koch, I., Poljac, E., Müller, H., & Kiesel, A. (2018). Cognitive structure, flexibility, and plasticity in human multitasking—An integrative review of dual-task and task-switching research. Psychological Bulletin, 144(6), 557–583. https://doi.org/10.1037/bul0000144
  58. Neumann, S. (2014). Contrastive register variation: A quantitative approach to the comparison of English and German. de Gruyter Mouton.
  59. Richter, J.-G., & Fels, J. (2019). On the Influence of Continuous Subject Rotation During High-Resolution Head-Related Transfer Function Measurements. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, 27(4), 730–741. https://doi.org/10.1109/TASLP.2019.2894329
  60. Rybach, D., Hahn, S., Lehnen, P., Nolden, D., Sundermeyer, M., Tüske, Z., Wiesler, S., Schlüter, R., & Ney, H. (2011, December). RASR - The RWTH Aachen University Open Source Speech Recognition Toolkit. IEEE Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding Workshop.
  61. Ströbel, M., Kerz, E., Wiechmann, D., & Qiao, Y. (2018). Text Genre Classification Based on Linguistic Complexity Contours Using a Recurrent Neural Network. In J. Cassens, R. Wegener, & A. Kofod-Petersen (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Workshop on Modelling and Reasoning in Context (MRC 2018) (Vol. 2134, pp. 56–63). CEUR Workshop Proceedings. http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2134/paper12.pdf
  62. van Deemter, K., Krenn, B., Piwek, P., Klesen, M., Schröder, M., & Baumann, S. (2008). Fully generated scripted dialogue for embodied agents. Artificial Intelligence, 172(10), 1219–1244. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.artint.2008.02.002
  63. Vorländer, M. (2014). Simulation and Evaluation of Acoustic Environments. Building Acoustics, 21(1), 11–20. https://doi.org/10.1260/1351-010X.21.1.11