Christiane von Stutterheim
Christiane von Stutterheim holds a full professorship for German Linguistics at the Institute of German as a Foreign Philology, Heidelberg University. Her main research interests lie in the fields of language typology, the relation between language and cognition and psycholinguistics of language production and acquisition.She studied German Philology, History, Political Science and Philosophy at the Universities of Marburg and Munich. After her 2. Staatsexamen she held a doctoral scholarship at the Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics (Nijmegen, NL) and received her PhD from the Free University of Berlin in 1984. Since 2000 she holds a full professorship for German Linguistics at the Institute of German as a Foreign Philology, Heidelberg University. Her main research interests lie in the fields of language typology, the relation between language and cognition and psycholinguistics of language production and acquisition. Currently she is directing several projects which are centred around the question of language specificity in information organisation at text as well as at sentence level. Focus is placed on principles of event construal in language production across typologically diverse languages. Methods used include besides controlled linguistic elicitation techniques eye tracking, chronometrical measuring, memory tests, MEG, and EEG.Articles:
Gerwien, J. & von Stutterheim, Christiane (2022) Conceptual blending across ontological domains - References to Time and Space in motion events by Tunisian Arabic speakers of L2 German. Frontiers in Communication: Language Science. https://doi.org/10.3389/fcomm.2022.856805
Gerwien, J. & Stutterheim, C. v. (2022). Describing motion events. In: Jucker, A.H. & Hausendorf, H. (ed.) Handbook of Pragmatics (HOPS) 14: The Pragmatics of Space. De Gruyter Mouton, p.152-180. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110693713-006
Lambert, M., Stutterheim, C. v., Carroll, M. & Gerwien, J. & (2022). Under the surface: A survey on principles of language use in advanced L2 speakers. Language, Interaction and Acquisition, 13. https://doi.org/10.1075/lia.21014.lam
Gerwien, J. & Stutterheim, C. v. & Rummel, J. (2022). What is the interference in "verbal interference"?. Acta Psychologica (230). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actpsy.2022.103774
von Stutterheim, C., Lambert, M., & Gerwien, J. (2021). Limitations on the role of frequency in L2 acquisition. Language and Cognition, 1-31. https://doi.org/10.1017/langcog.2021.5
von Stutterheim, C. (2021). Coding semantic categories cross-linguistically - a challenge for typological research. Heidelberg University Papers on Language and Cognition 2 (1).
Stutterheim, C. v., Gerwien, J., Bouhaous, A., Carroll, M., Lambert, M. (2020). What makes up a reportable event in a language? Motion events as an important test domain in linguistic typology. Linguisics (published online ahead of print 2020), 000010151520200212. doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/ling-2020-0212
Gerwien, J. & v. Stutterheim, C. (2018). Event segmentation: Cross-linguistic differences in verbal and non-verbal tasks. Cognition 180, 225-237.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2018.07.008
Flecken, M., Gerwien, J., Carroll, M. & v. Stutterheim, C. (2014). Analyzing gaze allocation during language production: a cross-linguistic study on dynamic events. Language and Cognition, 2014, 1-29.