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e-mail: daniel@cognition.uni-freiburg.de

Center for Cognitive Science
Institute of Computer Science and Social Research
Friedrichstr. 50

D-79098 Freiburg, Germany

 

Currently, I'm working at Adriana Hanuliková's psycholinguistics labon the project:

  • Are Good Listeners the Best Speakers?

 

Recent projects:

 

My PhD (2014) has been funded by the GRK 1624 "Frequency Effects in Language".

Find a short description of the PhD project. 

 

Research interests

  • Human language processing
  • Reading
  • Dynamical system approaches to human cognition
  • Connectionist models of cognition and language processing
  • Embodied cognition and embodied sentence processing
  • Eye-tracking
  • Philosophy of Mind
  • Navigation in indoor environments

Projects

Teaching

  • Currently no teaching

CV

  • October 1999 - June 2008: Master of Arts (Magister Artium) in Philosophy, Sociology und Cognitive Science in Freiburg.
  • October 2003 - September 2007: Student assistant Cognitive Science department.
  • Jul 2008 - August 2009: Research assistant in the project  ELoC: Empirical Analysis of local coherence effects in sentence processing (funded by: German Research Foundation DFG)
  • October 2009 until September 2012: PhD Scholarship GRK 1624 "frequency effects in language" (funded by: German Research Foundation DFG)
  • October 2012 until June 2014: Research assistant in the project "PopSci - Understanding Science" (funded by: the Volkswagen foundation.
  • Since January 2014: Research assistant in the project SignTrak
  • Since November 2014: Research assistant at Adriana Hanuliková's psycholinguistics lab
     

Selected Publications


Daniel Müller-Feldmeth, Uli Held, Peter Auer, Sandra Hansen-Morath, Silvia Hansen-Schirra, Karin Maksymski, Sascha Wolfer, Lars Konieczny (in press). Investigating Comprehensibility of German Popular Science Writing.

Daniel Müller-Feldmeth, Sarah Schwarzkopf, Simon J. Büchner, Christoph Hölscher, Gregor Kallert, Rul von Stülpnagel and Lars Konieczny (2014).  Location Dependent Fixation Analysis with Sight Vectors. Locomotion as a Challenge in Mobile Eye Tracking . In Kiefer, P., Giannopoulos, I., Raubal, M., and Krüger, A., editors, Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Eye Tracking for Spatial Research, pages 67–71, Vienna, Austria.

Daniel Müller-Feldmeth and Lars Konieczny (2013). Frequenzeffekte in der Satzverarbeitung. Wie Erfahrung den Erwerb und die Verarbeitung von Sprache beeinflusst. Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik, 43(169) 97-121.

Sarah Schwarzkopf, Helmut Weldle, Daniel Müller, & Lars Konieczny (2011). Mental simulation of spatial perspective during sentence comprehension. In Carlson, L., Hölscher, C. & Shipley, T., editors, Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. pages 937-942, Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.

Lars Konieczny and Daniel Müller (2010). Das sprachliche Arbeitsgedächtnis: Kapazität oder Erfahrung? Psychologische Rundschau, 61(1) 43-50.

Lars Konieczny, Helmut Weldle, Sascha Wolfer, Daniel Müller, & Peter Baumann (2010). Anaphora and local coherences. In Ohlsson, S. & Catrambone, R., editors, Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pages 1204-1209, Austin, TX. Cognitive Science Society.

Helmut Weldle, Lars Konieczny, Daniel Müller, Sascha Wolfer & Peter Baumann (2009). Connectionist modelling of Situated Language Processing: Language and meaning acquisition from an embodiment perspective. In Taatgen, N. and van Rijn, H., editors, Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pages 827-832, Austin, TX. Cognitive Science Society.

Wibke Hachmann, Lars Konieczny, & Daniel Müller (2009). Individual Differences in the Processing of Complex Sentences. In Taatgen, N. and van Rijn, H., editors, Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pages 827-832, Austin, TX. Cognitive Science Society.

Lars Konieczny, Daniel Müller & Nicolas Ruh (2009). What's in an error? A closer look at SRNs processing relative clauses. In Howes, A., Peebles, D. & Cooper, R. P., editors, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, pages 300-305, Manchester, UK.

 

 

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