Dr. Monique Lamers

Monique Lamers

Invited talks & Guest lectures

2008 – present

Lamers, M.J.A. (2016). Meten van spraakverstaan bij jonge kinderen. Inleiding Taal- en Spraakpathologie, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, May, 9. 

Lamers, M.J.A. (2015). Zien wat je hoort. Inleiding Taal- en Spraakpathologie, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, April, 17. 

Lamers, M.J.A. (2012). Tracking referents in discourse. OC Colloquium. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, February, 17.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2009). The resolution of personal pronouns in German and Dutch: semantic and syntactic gender matchmaking. Psycholinguistic colloquium, University of Potsdam: Potsdam, Germany, May, 26. 

Lamers, M.J.A. (2008). Getting the arguments right: the interplay between verb argument structure and word order preferences in comprehension and production. Psycholinguistics Coffee, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, October, 29.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2008). In search for the referent: How eye tracking and electrophysiological measurements may reveal the role of different discourse constructional factors in anaphor resolution. Cognitive Neuroscience Talks, Department of Psychology, University of Glasgow, October, 22.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2008). Differences in the processing of anaphoric reference between closely related languages: neurophysiological evidence. Information Structure Lecture Series, MPI Nijmegen, Nijmegen, June, 2.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2008). Pronoun resolution electrified. MPI, Nijmegen, Language Acquisition Colloquium. Nijmegen, June 4.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2008). Getting the arguments right: the influences of animacy and verb type on word order in language production and comprehension. Colloquium Acquisition lab. Groningen, May 27.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2008). Animacy, word order and verb type in perception and production. CLS colloquium series. Nijmegen, April 10.

2001 – 2007

Lamers, M.J.A. &  Hoop, de, H. (2007). Getting the arguments right: Incremental optimization of word order preferences in Dutch, MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain sciences Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany, December, 6-9. 

Lamers, M.J.A. (2007). Word order in argument structure: how the hearer takes into account the perspective of the speaker. University of Aarhus, Aarhus,  Denmark, November 15.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2006). The influence of animacy and verb type on word order in perception and production, Seminar Experimental Psychology, Ghent, Belgium, December 1.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2005). Using linguistic information in a non-native manner learning Mini-Nihongo: evidence from ERPs. Discussant at The First A. Guiora Annual Roundtable Conference in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Second Language.  MPI Nijmegen, September, 20-21. 

Lamers, M.J.A. (2005). Three types of verbs, word order, and animacy: the on-line processing of transitive relations in Dutch. Graduiertenkolleg NeuroAct, Universitäten Marburg & Giessen, Marburg, May 17.

Lamers, M.J.A., Jansma, B.M.,  Hammer, A. & Münte, T.F. (2003). The involvement of semantic and syntactic processes in the comprehension of case marked pronouns in German and in Dutch. Invited Speaker. Workshop: Syntax and Beyond, Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, August 29-30.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2001). The use of different sorts of information in sentence processing. 23. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS). Workshop: Zum Einfluss lexikalischer Information auf Satzverarbeitung. Leipzig. 

Previous presentations
Lamers, M.J.A. (1999). Resolving syntactic ambiguities during on‑line sentence processing: two event‑related potential studies. Department of Psychology, University of Champaign-Urbana. Champaign-Urbana.

Lamers, M.J.A. (1999). Resolving syntactic ambiguities during on‑line sentence processing: two event‑related potential studies and a self-paced reading study. Department of Psychology, University of Notre-Dame. South-Bend.

Lamers, M.J.A. (1996). Zinsverwerking van zinnen met een locale ambiguïteit. Colloquium NICI, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. Nijmegen.

Lamers, M.J.A. (1994). Parsing preferences in Dutch. An ERP-study. Department of Psychology, University of Washington. Seattle.