For most of my work, a preprint or the final article is available right below the respective contribution.

 

 

Monograph

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2018. Memorization and the compound-phrase distinction: An investigation of complex constructions in German, French and English (Studia Grammatica 82). Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

 

Journal articles

Schlechtweg, Marcel and Härtl, Holden. 2020. Do we pronounce quotation? An analysis of name-informing and non-name-informing contexts. Language and Speech. Accepted for publication.

Preprint

 

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2019. The compound-phrase divide and the lexicon: Insights from non-lexicalized adjective-noun combinations in German. Lingua 227. 1-24.

Preprint

 

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2018. The naming potential of compounds and phrases: An empirical study on German adjective-noun constructions. Word Structure 11(3). 359-384.

Preprint

 

Schlechtweg, Marcel and Härtl, Holden. 2016. Memorization and the morphology-syntax divide: A cross-linguistic investigation. SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics 13(2). 46-68.

Final article

 

 

Book chapters

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2019. Prosodic prominence variation in English adjective-noun constructions: An overview of relevant factors. In Szpyra-Kozlowska and Radomski, Marek (Eds.), Phonetics and phonology in action (Sounds, Meaning, Communication 10), 265-281. Bern: Peter Lang.

Preprint

 

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2018. How stress reflects meaning: The interplay of prosodic prominence and semantic (non-)compositionality in non-lexicalized English adjective-noun combinations. In Arndt-Lappe, Sabine, Braun, Angelika, Moulin, Claudine, and Winter-Froemel, Esme (Eds.), Expanding the lexicon: Linguistic innovation, morphological productivity, and ludicity (The Dynamics of Wordplay 5), 117-140. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Final article

 

 

Proceedings

Schlechtweg, Marcel and Härtl, Holden. 2016. The lexicalization of complex constructions: An analysis of adjective-noun combinations. In Audring, Jenny, Masini, Francesca, and Sandler, Wendy (Eds.), Quo vadis morphology: Online proceedings of the Tenth Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM10), Haifa, Israel, 7-10 September 2015, 159-168. Universities of Leiden, Bologna, and Haifa.

Final article

 

 

Doctoral dissertation

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2016. Memorization and the compound-phrase distinction: An investigation of complex constructions in German, French and English. Kassel: University of Kassel.

 

 

Final thesis

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2013. Morphologische Ansätze zum mentalen Lexikon und ihre Implikationen für den Zweitsprachenerwerb. Kassel: University of Kassel.