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Mitarbeiter: Solt, Stephanie


Solt, Stephanie. 2024. Not very easy: Towards the unification of scalar implicature and understatement. Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT 33), 707-723.

Solt, Stephanie. 2023. Experimental semantics. In Zufferey, Sandrine & Pascal Gygax (eds.). Routledge Handbook of Experimental Linguistics, 71-84. New York: Routledge.

Pescuma, Valentina N., Dina Serova, Julia Lukassek, Antje Sauermann, …, Stefanie Jannedy, Uli Sauerland, Gediminas Schüppenhauer, Stephanie Solt, et al.. 2023. Situating language register across the ages, languages, modalities, and cultural aspects: Evidence from complementary methods. Frontiers in Psychology 13, Article 964658, pp. 1-31.

Mühlenbernd, Roland & Stephanie Solt. 2022. Modeling (im)precision in context. Linguistics Vanguard 8(1), 113-127.

Yatsushiro, Kazuko, Tue Trinh, Marzena Żygis, Stephanie Solt, Anton Benz & Manfred Krifka. 2022. Certainly but not certain: The expression of subjective and objective probability. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 7(1), 1-48.

Lüdeling, Anke, Artemis Alexiadou, … Natalia Gagarina, ... Stefanie Jannedy, ... Manfred Krifka, ... Thomas McFadden, ... Uli Sauerland, Stephanie Solt et al.. 2022. Register: Language Users’ Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation — Frame text of the First Phase Proposal for the CRC 1412. Register Aspects of Language in Situation (REALIS) 1(1), pp. 1-58.

Beltrama, Andrea, Heather Burnett & Stephanie Solt. 2022. Context, precision, and social perception: A socio-pragmatic study. Language in Society, pp. 1-31.

Umbach, Carla & Stephanie Solt. 2021. Comparison via 'eher'. Journal of Semantics, pp. 1-47.

Solt, Stephanie & E. Cameron Wilson. 2021. M-modifiers, attenuation and polarity sensitivity. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 25, 787-804.

Tanaka, Eri, Kenta Mizutani & Stephanie Solt. 2020. Equative hodo and the Polarity Effects of Existential Semantics. In Sakamoto Maki, Naoaki Okazaki, Koji Mineshima & Ken Satoh (eds.). New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. JSAI-isAI 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 12331, 341-353. Cham: Springer.

Solt, Stephanie. 2019. More or less an approximator. In Nicolae, Andreea C., Patrick D. Elliot & Yasutata Sudo (eds.), Snippets 37. Special issue in honor of Uli Sauerland, 93-94.

Tanaka, Eri, Kenta Mizutani & Stephanie Solt. 2019. Existential semantics in equatives in Japanese and German. Proceedings of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium, 377-386.

Tanaka, Eri, Kenta Mizutani & Stephanie Solt. 2019. Equative 'hodo' and the polarity effects of existential semantics. LENLS 16.

Solt, Stephanie & Brandon Waldon. 2019. Numerals under negation: empirical findings. Glossa, Article 113.

Solt, Stephanie. 2019. Adjective Meaning and Scales. In Cummins, Chris & Napoleon Katsos (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Experimental Semantics and Pragmatics, 263-282. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Fuchs, Susanne, Egor Savin, Stephanie Solt, Cornelia Ebert & Manfred Krifka. 2019. Antonym adjective pairs and prosodic iconicity: evidence from letter replications in an English blogger corpus. Linguistics Vanguard 5(1), Article 20180017.

Gotzner, Nicole, Stephanie Solt & Anton Benz. 2018. Adjectival scales and three types of implicature. Proceedings of the 28th Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT 28), 409-432.

Solt, Stephanie & Jon Stevens. 2018. Some three students: Towards a unified account of ‘some’. Proceedings of the 28th Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT 28), 345-365.

Solt, Stephanie. 2018. Approximators as a case study of attenuating polarity items. . Proceedings of NELS 48 (Vol. 3), 91-104.

Solt, Stephanie. 2018. Proportional comparatives and relative scales. In Truswell, Robert, Chris Cummins, Caroline Heycock, Brian Rabern & Hannah Rohde (eds.). Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21, 1123-1140. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.

Gotzner, Nicole, Stephanie Solt & Anton Benz. 2018. Scalar diversity, negative strengthening and adjectival semantics. Frontiers in Psychology, Research Topic Scalar Implicature 9, Article 1659.

Sauerland, Uli & Stephanie Solt (eds.). 2018. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22, Volume 1. ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 60). Berlin: ZAS.

Sauerland, Uli & Stephanie Solt (eds.). 2018. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22, Volume 2. ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 61). Berlin: ZAS.

Solt, Stephanie. 2018. About 40 or so people: How and why we approximate.
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2017 : ZAS ; Reflexionen, 45-53.

Solt, Stephanie. 2018. Multidimensionality, subjectivity and scales: Experimental evidence. In Elena Castroviejo, Louise McNally & Galit Weidman Sassoon (eds.). The Semantics of Gradability, Vagueness, and Scale Structure: Experimental Perspectives, 59-91. Cham: Springer.

Stevens, Jon & Stephanie Solt. 2018. The Semantics and Pragmatics of “some 27 arrests”. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 24(1), Article 21.

Solt, Stephanie. 2017. Granularity and approximating number pairs. In Bar-Asher Siegal, Elitzur A. (ed.). Proceedings of IATL 2015. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 82, 83-100. Cambridge, MA: MIT.

Solt, Stephanie, Chris Cummins & Marijan Palmović. 2017. The preference for approximation. International Review of Pragmatics 9(2), 248-268.

Solt, Stephanie. 2016. Ordering subjectivity and the absolute/relative distinction. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 20, 676-693.

Solt, Stephanie. 2016. On measurement and quantification: The case of most and more than half. Language 92(1), 65-100.

Solt, Stephanie. 2015. Q-Adjectives and the Semantics of Quantity. Journal of Semantics 32(2), 221-273.

Solt, Stephanie. 2015. Measurement scales in natural language. Language and Linguistics Compass 9(1), 14-32.

Solt, Stephanie. 2015. Vagueness and imprecision: Empirical foundations. Annual Review of Linguistics 1, 107-127.

Solt, Stephanie. 2014. An alternative theory of imprecision. In Snider, Todd, Sarah D'Antonio & Mia Weigand (eds.). Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT 24), 514-533. Washington DC: Linguistics Society of America.

Cummins, Chris, Uli Sauerland & Stephanie Solt. 2012. Granularity and scalar implicature in numerical expressions. Linguistics and Philosophy 35, 135-169.

Solt, Stephanie & Nicole Gotzner. 2012. Who here is tall? Comparison classes, standards and scales. In SFB 833 (ed.). Pre-Proceedings of the International Conference Linguistic Evidence (2012), 79-83. Tübingen: Eberhard Karls Universität.

Solt, Stephanie & Nicole Gotzner. 2012. Experimenting with degree. In Anca Chereches (ed.). Proceedings of SALT 22, 166-187. Ithaca: eLanguage.

Solt, Stephanie. 2012. Comparison to arbitrary standards. In Ana Aguilar Guevara, Anna Chernilovskaya & Rick Nouwen (eds.). Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 16.2, 557-570. Cambridge: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.

Solt, Stephanie. 2011. Notes on the comparison class. In Rick Nouwen, Robert van Rooij, Uli Sauerland & Hans-Christian Schmitz (eds.). Vagueness in Communication (ViC2009), Revised Selected Papers (LNAI 6517), 189-206. Berlin: Springer.

Solt, Stephanie. 2011. Vagueness in quantity: two case studies from a linguistic perspective. In Petr Cintula, Christian G. Fermueller, Lluis Godo & Petr Hajek (eds.). Understanding Vagueness. Logical, Philosophical and Linguistic Perspectives, 157-174. London: College Publications.

Solt, Stephanie. 2011. Attributive quantity words as nonrestrictive modifiers. In Susi Lima, Kevin Mullin & Brian Smith (eds.). NELS 39: Proceedings of the Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistics Society, 731-744. Amherst: GLSA.

Solt, Stephanie. 2011. How many most's. In Ingo Reich et al. (eds.). Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 15, 565-579. Saarbrücken: Saarland University Press.

Solt, Stephanie. 2010. Much support and more. In Maria Aloni, Harold Bastiaanse, Tikitu de Jager & Katrin Schulz (eds.). Amsterdam Colloquium 2009, LNAI 6042, 446-455. Berlin: Springer Verlag.

Solt, Stephanie. 2010. Varieties of most. In Eric McCready (ed.). Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop of Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics (LENLS) 7, 125-135. Tokyo: JSAI.

Valian, Virginia, Stephanie Solt & John Stewart. 2009. Abstract categories or limited scope formulae? The case of children's determiners. Journal of Child Language 36(4), 743-778.

Solt, Stephanie. 2008. Many and diverse cases: Q-adjectives and conjunction. In Atle Grønn (ed.). Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 12, 597-612. Oslo: Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, University of Oslo.

Solt, Stephanie. 2007. Few more and many fewer: complex quantifiers based on many and few. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2007 Workshop on Quantifier Modification.

Solt, Stephanie. 2007. Few and fewer. Snippets 15, 8-9.

Solt, Stephanie. 2006. Why "a few" and why not *"a many"?.
ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 44, 2), 333-346.

Solt, Stephanie. 2006. Monotonicity, closure and the semantics of few. In Donald Baumer, David Montero & Michael Scanlon (eds.). Proceedings of the 25th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, 380-389. Somerville: Cascadilla Press.

Solt, Stephanie, Yana Pugach, Elaine C. Klein, Kent Adams, Iglika Stoyneshka & Tamara Rose. 2005. L2 perception and production of the English regular past: Evidence of phonological effects. In Alejna Brugos, Linnea Micciulla & Christine E. Smith (eds.). Proceedings of the 28th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Acquisition, 553-564. Somerville: Cascadilla Press.