List of John Benjamins publications for which Annette Hohenberger plays a role.
Chapter 4. Cognitive science and the controversy of anthropogenic climate change Controversies and Interdisciplinarity: Beyond disciplinary fragmentation for a new knowledge model, Allwood, Jens, Olga Pombo, Clara Renna and Giovanni Scarafile (eds.), pp. 75–942020
This paper takes a cognitive science perspective on the controversy of anthropogenic climate change (ACC) between deniers and advocates. It argues that cognitive science is a suitable framework due to its interdisciplinarity, experience with controversies, and appeal to meta-principles of cognition. read more | Chapter
Sensitivity of Turkish infants to vowel harmony: Preference shift from familiarity to novelty The Acquisition of Turkish in Childhood, Haznedar, Belma and F. Nihan Ketrez (eds.), pp. 29–562016
In a longitudinal study we found that 6- and 10-month-old monolingual Turkish infants are already sensitive to backness vowel harmony in stem-suffix sequences. Using a head-turn paradigm, listening times between 2 vowel-harmonic and 2 vowel-disharmonic lists of words for backness and rounding… read more | Article