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

 

 

Monograph

[1] 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.

  

 

Edited volumes

[2] Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.). 2024. Interfaces of Phonetics (Phonology and Phonetics 38). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Appears in March 2024. 

 

[1] Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.). 2020. The learnability of complex constructions: A cross-linguistic perspective (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 345). Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

 

Special issue 

[1] Härtl, Holden and Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2023. Expressions of quotation: Explorations on the boundary between use and mention. Special issue of Linguistics (Issue 61(2)). 

 

 

Journal contributions 

[17] Gibson, Mark, Schlechtweg, Marcel, Ayala, Judit, Wang, Xianhui & Xu, Li. 2023. Native and non-native advantages of vowel recognition in noise. Submitted.

 

[16] Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2023. Morphosyntactic agreement in English: Does it help the listener in noise? Under revision.

 

[15] Kaucke, Stephanie & Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2023. English speakers' perception of non-native vowel contrasts in adverse listening conditions: A discrimination study on the German front rounded vowels /y/ and /ø/. Under revision. 

 

[14] Grandon, Bénédicte, Schlechtweg, Marcel & Ruigendijk, Esther. 2023. Processing of plural marking in nouns by German-speaking children with normal hearing and children with cochlear implants: An eye-tracking study. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Accepted. 

 

[13] Grandon, Bénédicte, Schlechtweg, Marcel & Ruigendijk, Esther. 2023. Processing of noun plural marking in German-speaking children: An eye-tracking studyJournal of Child Language. (First View). 

Final paper

 

[12] Schlechtweg, Marcel, Peters, Jörg and Frank, Marina. 2023. L1 variation and L2 acquisition: L1 German /eː/-/ɛː/ overlap and its effect on the acquisition of L2 English /ɛ/-/æ/Frontiers in Psychology 14. 1-13. 

Final paper 

 

[11] Schlechtweg, Marcel & Härtl, Holden. 2023. Quotation marks and the processing of irony in English: Evidence from a reading time studyLinguistics 61(2). 355-390.

Final paper

 

[10] Härtl, Holden and Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2023. Quotation as an interface phenomenonLinguistics 61(2). 275-284.

Final paper

 

[9] Schlechtweg, Marcel & Corbett, Greville G. 2023. Is morphosyntactic agreement reflected in acoustic detail? The duration of English regular plural nounsEnglish Language and Linguistics. 27(1). 67-92.

Final paper  

 

[8] Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2022. Quotation marks in advanced language acquisition: A reading time experiment on English pure quotationLinguistik Online 118(6). 113-128.

Final paper

  

[7] Schlechtweg, Marcel & Heinrichs, Melina. 2022. The acoustics of number: Duration differences in singular-plural syncretism. Sprachwissenschaft 47(1). 77-102.

 

[6] Wegner, Dennis, Schlechtweg, Marcel & Härtl, Holden. 2022. Optionality and the recovery of temporal information in German verb clusters. Linguistische Berichte 270. 111-168.

 

[5] Schlechtweg, Marcel & Corbett, Greville G. 2021. The duration of word-final in English: A comparison of regular-plural and pluralia-tantum nouns. Morphology 31(4). 383-407. 

Final Paper

 

[4] Schlechtweg, Marcel & Härtl, Holden. 2020. Do we pronounce quotation? An analysis of name-informing and non-name-informing contextsLanguage and Speech 63(4). 769-798.

Preprint

 

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

Preprint

 

[2] 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

 

[1] Schlechtweg, Marcel & 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

[8] Schlechtweg, Marcel, De Brabanter, Philippe & Härtl, Holden. 2024. The acoustic profile of English metalinguistic quotation. Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.), Interfaces of Phonetics (Phonology and Phonetics 38). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Appears in March 2024. 

 

[7] Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2024. Phonetic detail in interaction with phonology, morphology, and semantics/pragmatics. Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.), Interfaces of Phonetics (Phonology and Phonetics 38). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Appears in March 2024. 

 

[6] Härtl, Holden & Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2022. Phrases inside words. In Peter Ackema, Sabrina Bendjaballah, Eulalia Bonet & Antonio Fabregas (eds.), Wiley Blackwell companion to morphology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell. Accepted for publication / to appear.

 

[5] Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2023. Optimizing English pronunciation of German students online and with Praat. In Maria-del-Mar Súarez & Walaa M. El-Henawy (eds.), Optimizing online English language learning and teaching (English Language Education 31), 273-296. Cham: Springer. 

 

[4] Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2020. Introduction. In Marcel Schlechtweg (ed.), The learnability of complex constructions from a cross-linguistic perspective (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 345), 1-6 Berlin: De Gruyter. 

 

[3] Schlechtweg, Marcel, Heinrichs, Melina & Linnenkohl, Marcel. 2020. Differences in acoustic detail: The realization of syncretic nouns in German. In Marcel Schlechtweg (ed.), The learnability of complex constructions from a cross-linguistic perspective (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 345), 39-62 Berlin: De Gruyter. 

 

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

Preprint

 

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

Final article

 

 

Proceedings

[5] Gibson, Mark, González Machorro, Mónica & Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2023. A machine learning model to assess the integration of visual and auditory cues during speech perception in noise. Proceedings of Forum Acusticum 2023 (Torino, Italy). Accepted for publication / to appear. 

 

[4] Gibson, Mark, Schlechtweg, Marcel, Ayala, Judit, DiCiaccio, Andrea, Wang, Xianhui & Xu, Li. 2023. Energetic and informational masking effects on Spanish vowel discrimination. Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS, Prague, Czech Republic). 471-475. 

Final article

 

[3] Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2022. The acquisition of the German schwa in children with cochlear implants. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Department of Linguistics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Thessaloniki, Greece). 365-373.  

 

[2] Gibson, Mark, Schlechtweg, Marcel, Blecua Falgueras, Beatriz & Alcalde, Judit Ayala. 2022. Language-specific interactions of vowel discrimination in noise. Proceedings of Interspeech 2022 (Incheon, South Korea). 3118-3122. 

Final article

 

[1] Schlechtweg, Marcel & Härtl, Holden. 2016. The lexicalization of complex constructions: An analysis of adjective-noun combinations. In Audring, Jenny, Masini, Francesca, and Sandler, Wendy (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM10, Haifa, Israel). 159-168. Universities of Leiden, Bologna, and Haifa.

Final article

 

 

Doctoral dissertation

[1] 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

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