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Gender processing in first and second languages: the role of noun termination.
D Bordag, A Opitz, T Pechmann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (5), 1090, 2006
652006
Incidental acquisition of new words during reading in L2: Inference of meaning and its integration in the L2 mental lexicon
D Bordag, A Kirschenbaum, E Tschirner, A Opitz
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 18 (3), 372-390, 2015
452015
Neurophysiological evidence for morphological underspecification in German strong adjective inflection
A Opitz, S Regel, G Müller, AD Friederici
Language, 231-264, 2013
392013
Ontogenesis model of the L2 lexical representation
D Bordag, K Gor, A Opitz
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 25 (2), 185-201, 2022
332022
The past tense debate revisited: Electrophysiological evidence for subregularities of irregular verb inflection
S Regel, A Opitz, G Müller, AD Friederici
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 27 (9), 1870-1885, 2015
202015
Semantic representation of newly learned L2 words and their integration in the L2 lexicon
D Bordag, A Kirschenbaum, M Rogahn, A Opitz, E Tschirner
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 39 (1), 197-212, 2017
192017
Incidental acquisition of grammatical features during reading in L1 and L2
D Bordag, A Kirschenbaum, A Opitz, M Rogahn, E Tschirner
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 38 (3), 445-483, 2016
112016
A reanalysis of definiteness-markers in Albanian noun inflection
A Opitz
Subanalysis of Argument Encoding in Distributed Morphology 84, 103-114, 2006
112006
Gender Features in German - Evidence for Underspecification
A Opitz, T Pechmann
The Mental Lexicon 11 (2), 216 - 241, 2016
102016
Case and markedness in Tlapanec
A Opitz
Linguistische Berichte 2008 (214), 211-237, 2008
92008
The strength of meaning: representations of new words with different properties in the L2 semantic network
D Bordag, A Opitz, M Rogahn, E Tschirner
The Mental Lexicon 13 (1), 74-104, 2018
72018
To store or not to store, and if so, where? An experimental study on incidental vocabulary acquisition by adult native speakers of German
D Bordag, A Kirschenbaum, A Opitz, E Tschirner, V Torrens, L Escobar
The processing of lexicon and morphosyntax, 128-147, 2014
72014
Non-native readers are more sensitive to changes in surface linguistic information than native readers
D Bordag, A Opitz, M Polter, M Meng
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 24 (4), 599-611, 2021
62021
Fuzzy Lexical Representations in Adult Second Language Speakers
K Gor, S Cook, D Bordag, A Chrabaszcz, A Opitz
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 5248, 2021
62021
The impact of orthography on lexical access: The case of capitalization and word category information in L1 and L2 German
A Opitz, D Bordag
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 44 (4), 1194-1209, 2022
42022
Processing inflectional morphology: ERP evidence for decomposition of complex words according to the affix structure
S Regel, A Opitz, G Müller, AD Friederici
Cortex 116, 143-153, 2019
42019
REPRESENTATION AND PROCESSING OF OVERTLY IDENTICAL COMPLEX FORMS IN L1 AND L2: THE CASE OF CONVERSION AND ITS “SIBLINGS”
D Bordag, A Opitz
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 44 (2), 331-356, 2022
32022
Refining key concepts of the Ontogenesis Model of the L2 lexical representation
D Bordag, K Gor, A Opitz
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 25 (2), 236-241, 2022
32022
Word category conversion revisited: The case of adjectives and participles in L1 and L2 German
A Opitz, D Bordag
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1045, 2020
32020
Misbehaved masculines: Incidental acquisition of grammatical gender in L2 German during reading
D Bordag, A Kirschenbaum, M Rogahn, A Opitz, E Tschirner
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 22 (1), 130-141, 2019
32019
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