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  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Priming of syntactic alternations by learners of English: an analysis of sentence-completion and collostructional results.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Analyzing dispersion. In Magali Paquot & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.). Practical handbook of corpus linguistics. Berlin & New York: Springer. [web resources]
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. & Philip Durrant. Analyzing co-occurrence data. In Magali Paquot & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.). Practical handbook of corpus linguistics. Berlin & New York: Springer.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Polysemy. In Ewa Dąbrowska & Dagmar S. Divjak (eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 472-490. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. [reprint of 2015e]
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Ten lectures on corpus-linguistic approaches in cognitive linguistics. Leiden & Boston: Brill.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics: quantitative methods. In Carol A. Chapelle (ed.), The concise encyclopedia of applied linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. [update of 2012i, which was one of the most accessed articles of the electronic edition of the handbook]
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. & Magali Paquot. Writing up a corpus-linguistic paper. In Magali Paquot & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.). Practical handbook of corpus linguistics. Berlin & New York: Springer.
  8. Jansegers, Marlies & Stefan Th. Gries. Towards a dynamic behavioral profile: a diachronic study of polysemous sentir in Spanish. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory.
  9. Paquot, Magali & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.). Practical handbook of corpus linguistics. Berlin & New York: Springer.
  10. Paquot, Magali, Hubert Naets, & Stefan Th. Gries. Using syntactic co-occurrences to trace phraseological development in learner writing: verb + object structures in LONGDALE. In Bert Le Bruyn & Magali Paquot (eds.), Learner corpora and second language acquisition research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  11. Wahl, Alexander & Stefan Th. Gries. Computational extraction of formulaic sequences from corpora: Two case studies of a new extraction algorithm. In Gloria Corpas Pastor & Ulrich Heid (eds.), TBA. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  12. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Explaining individual variation in learner corpus research: some methodological suggestions. In Bert Le Bruyn & Magali Paquot (eds.), Learner corpora and second language acquisition research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2018

  1. Evangelia Adamou, Matthew Gordon, & Stefan Th. Gries. Prosodic and morphological focus marking in Ixcatec (Otomanguean). In Evangelia Adamou, Katharina Haude, & Martine Vanhove (eds.), Information structure in lesser-described languages: Studies in prosody and syntax, 51-83. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th., Tobias J. Bernaisch, & Benedikt Heller. A corpus-linguistic account of the history of the genitive alternation in Singapore English. In Sandra C. Deshors (ed.), Modeling World Englishes: Assessing the interplay of emancipation and globalization of ESL varieties, 245-279. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Operationalizations of domain-general mechanisms cognitive linguists often rely on: a perspective from quantitative corpus linguistics. In Stefan Engelberg, Henning Lobin, Kathrin Steyer, & Sascha Wolfer (eds.), Wortschätze: Dynamik, Muster, Komplexität, 75-90. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Syntactic alternation research: taking stock and some suggestions for the future. Belgian Journal of Linguistics 31(1). 8-29
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Korpuslinguistik und ihr Potential für die (amerikanische) Rechtssprechung. In Marc Kupietz & Thomas Schmidt (eds.), Korpuslinguistik (Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft um 2020, Volume 5), 81-94. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Zur Identifikation von Mehrwortausdrücken: ein Algorithmus, seine Validierung und weiterführende Überlegungen. In Angelika Wöllstein, Peter Gallmann, Mechthild Habermann, & Manfred Krifka (eds.), Grammatiktheorie und Empirie in der germanistischen Linguistik (Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft um 2020, Volume 1), 225-239. Boston & Berlin: De Gruyter.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. On over- and underuse in learner corpus research and multifactoriality in corpus linguistics more generally. Journal of Second Language Studies 1(2). 276-308. [web resources]
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. 语言研究中的统计学:R软件应用入门. Chinese translation of Statistics for linguistics with R (2nd rev. and ext. ed.). Beijing: Commercial Press.
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Mechanistic formal approaches to language acquisition: yes, but at the right level(s) of resolution. A response to Yang. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism. 8(6). 733-737
  10. Hampe, Beate & Stefan Th. Gries. Syntax from and for discourse II: More on complex-sentences as meso-constructions. In Beate Hampe & Susanne Flach (eds.), Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (Special Issue: Corpora. Constructions. Cognition), 115-142. Boston & Berlin: De Gruyter.
  11. Wahl, Alexander & Stefan Th. Gries. Multi-word expressions: A novel computational approach to their bottom-up statistical extraction. In Pascual Cantos-Gómez & Moisés Almela-Sánchez. (eds.), Lexical collocation analysis: advances and applications, 85-109. Berlin & New York: Springer.
  12. Wulff, Stefanie, Stefan Th. Gries, & Nicholas A. Lester. Optional that in complementation by German and Spanish learners. In Andrea Tyler, Lihong Huan, & Hana Jan (eds.), What is Applied Cognitive Linguistics? Answers from current SLA research, 99-120. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.
  13. Amicus curiae to James Hellpern & Gene C. Schaerr's amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case Lucia & Lucia Companies, Inc. vs. Securities and Exchange Commission (On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.)
  14. Amicus curiae to James Hellpern & Gene C. Schaerr's amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case Rimini Street, Inc. & Seth Ravin vs. Oracle USA, Inc, Oracle America, Inc., & Oracle International Corporation (On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.)

2017

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Ten lectures on quantitative approaches in cognitive linguistics: Corpus-linguistic, experimental, and statistical applications. Leiden & Boston: Brill, pp. 211. [internationally republished version of 2016e; cover and supplementary materials (audio and slides) here or here]
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus approaches. In Barbara Dancygier (eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 590-606. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. & Andrea L. Berez. Linguistic annotation in/for corpus linguistics. In Nancy Ide & James Pustejovsky (eds.), Handbook of Linguistic Annotation, 379-409. Berlin & New York: Springer.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. & Gerrit Jan Kootstra. Structural priming within and across languages: a corpus-based perspective. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 20(2). 235-250.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. & Brian G. Slocum. Ordinary meaning and corpus linguistics. Brigham Young University Law Review 6. 1417-1472.
  6. Heller, Benedikt, Tobias Bernaisch, & Stefan Th. Gries. Empirical perspectives on two potential epicenters: The genitive alternation in Asian Englishes. ICAME Journal 41. 111-144.
  7. Lester, Nicholas A., John W. Du Bois, Stefan Th. Gries, & Fermín Moscoso del Prado Martín. Considering experimental and observational evidence of priming together, syntax doesn't look so autonomous. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40. 33-34.
  8. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Readers' reaction to tense switching in Hrafnkels saga freysgoða: combining corpus-linguistic and experimental methods. International Journal of Literary Linguistics 6(1). 1-26.

2016

  1. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. Profiling verb complementation constructions across New Englishes: A two-step random forests analysis to ing vs. to complements. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 21(2). 192-218.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Variationist analysis: variability due to random effects and autocorrelation. In Paul Baker & Jesse A. Egbert (eds.), Triangulating methodological approaches in corpus linguistic research, 108-123. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Towards a corpus-based identification of prototypical instances of constructions. In Masa-aki Yamanashi (ed.), Cognitive Linguistics, Vol. 3 Cognitive grammar and syntax. London & Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [reprint of 2003d]
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics with R. 2nd rev. & ext. ed. London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 274. [cover with endorsements]
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Ten lectures on quantitative approaches in cognitive linguistics: Corpus-linguistic, experimental, and statistical applications. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. & Tobias J. Bernaisch. Exploring epicenters empirically: Focus on South Asian Englishes. English World-Wide 37(1). 1-25.
  7. Hilpert, Martin & Stefan Th. Gries. Quantitative approaches to diachronic corpus linguistics. In Merja Kytö & Päivi Pahta (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of English Historical Linguistics, 36-53. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  8. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructions: investigating the interaction between words and constructions. In Masa-aki Yamanashi (ed.), Cognitive Linguistics, Vol. 3 Cognitive grammar and syntax. London & Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [reprint of 2003e]
  9. Yoon, Jiyoung & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.), Corpus-based approaches to Construction Grammar. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 268.
  10. Yoon, Jiyoung & Stefan Th. Gries. Introduction. In Jiyoung Yoon & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.), Corpus-based approaches to Construction Grammar. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

2015

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Some current quantitative problems in corpus linguistics and a sketch of some solutions. Language and Linguistics 16(1). 93-117. [official link]
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Структурный прайминг: корпусное исследование и узуальные/экземплярные подходы/'Structural priming: a perspective from observational data and usage-/exemplar-based approaches'. In Andrej A. Kibrik, Alexey D. Koshelev, Aexander V. Kravchenko, Julia V. Mazurova, & Olga V. Fedorova (eds.), Язык и мысль: Современная когнитивная лингвистика/'Language and thought: Contemporary cognitive linguistics', 721-754. Moscow: Languages of Slavic Culture.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. The most underused statistical method in corpus linguistics: Multi-level (and mixed-effects) models. Corpora 10(1). 95-125. [web resources]
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative linguistics. In James D. Wright (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2nd ed., Vol. 19, 725-732. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Polysemy. In Ewa Dąbrowska & Dagmar S. Divjak (eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 472-490. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. 50-something years of work on collocations: what is or should be next … In Sebastian Hoffmann, Bettina Fischer-Starcke, & Andrea Sand (eds.), Current issues in phraseology, 135-164. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [reprint of 2013d]
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative designs and statistical techniques. In Douglas Biber & Randi Reppen (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of English Corpus Linguistics, 50-71. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. More (old and new) misunderstandings of collostructional analysis: on Schmid & Küchenhoff (2013). Cognitive Linguistics 26(3). 505-536.
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical methods in learner corpus research. In Gaëtanelle Gilquin, Sylviane Granger, & Fanny Meunier (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Learner Corpus Research, 159-181. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. The role of quantitative methods in Cognitive Linguistics: corpus and experimental data on (relative) frequency and contingency of words and constructions. In Jocelyne Daems, Eline Zenner, Kris Heylen, Dirk Speelman, & Hubert Cuyckens (eds.), Change of paradigms - new paradoxes: recontextualizing language and linguistics, 311-325. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter Mouton.
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. & Sandra C. Deshors. EFL and/vs. ESL? A multi-level regression modeling perspective on bridging the paradigm gap. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 1(1). 130-159.
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. & Nick C. Ellis. Statistical measures for usage-based linguistics. Language Learning 65 (Supplement 1). 1-28.
  13. Harris, Michael J., Stefan Th. Gries, & Viola G. Miglio. Prosody and its application to forensic linguistics. Linguistic Evidence in Security, Law and Intelligence 2(2). 11-29.
  14. Harris, Michael J. Viola G. Miglio, & Stefan Th. Gries. Mexican & Chicano Spanish prosody: Differences related to information structure. In John Levis, Rania Mohamed, Manman Qian, & Ziwei Zhou (eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching Conference, 38-48. Ames, IA: Iowa State University.
  15. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Heritage speakers’ Spanish in California: How unbalanced bilingualism affects reverse constructions of the gustar-type. In Sandro Sessarego & Melvin González-Rivera (eds.), New Perspectives on Hispanic Contact Linguistics in the Americas, 405-435. Frankfurt & Madrid: Iberoamericana/Vervuert.
  16. Rühlemann, Christoph & Stefan Th. Gries. Turn order and turn distribution in multi-party storytelling. Journal of Pragmatics 87(10). 171-191.
  17. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Prenominal adjective order preferences in Chinese and German L2 English: a multifactorial corpus study. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 5(1). 122-150.

2014

  1. Bernaisch, Tobias, Stefan Th. Gries, & Joybrato Mukherjee. The dative alternation in South Asian English(es): Modelling predictors and predicting prototypes. English World-Wide 35(1). 7-31.
  2. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. A case for the multifactorial assessment of learner language: the uses of may and can in French-English interlanguage. In Dylan Glynn & Justyna Robinson (eds.), Corpus methods for semantics: quantitative studies in polysemy and synonymy, 179-204. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  3. Doğruöz, A. Seza & Stefan Th. Gries. Spread of on-going changes in an immigrant language: Turkish in the Netherlands. In Martin Pütz, Justyna Robinson, & Monika Reif (eds.), Cognitive sociolinguistics: social and cultural variation on cognition and language use, 161-185. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [reprint of 2012b]
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus and quantitative methods. In John Taylor & Jeanette Littlemore (eds.), The Bloomsbury Companion to Cognitive Linguistics, 279-300. London & New York: Bloomsbury.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Don't let anybody learn one color but give the whole set of colors together. Interview in The English Teachers' Magazine, July 2014, p. 48-49.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Frequencies, probabilities, association measures in usage-/exemplar-based linguistics: some necessary clarifications. In Nikolas Gisborne & Willem Hollmann (eds.), Theory and data in cognitive linguistics, 15-48. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [reprint of 2012g]
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Frequency tables, effect sizes, and explorations. In Dylan Glynn & Justyna Robinson (eds.), Corpus methods for semantics: quantitative studies in polysemy and synonymy, 365-389. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus approaches to linguistic analysis: seven or eight levels of resolution and the lessons they teach us. In Irma Taavitsainen, Merja Kytö, Claudia Claridge, & Jeremy Smith (eds.), Developments in English: expanding electronic evidence, 29-47. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Coll.analysis 3.5. A script for R to compute perform collostructional analyses (major update to handle larger corpora/frequencies).
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. & Allison S. Adelman. Subject realization in Japanese conversation by native and non-native speakers: exemplifying a new paradigm for learner corpus research. In Jesús Romero-Trillo (ed.), Yearbook of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics 2014: New empirical and theoretical paradigms, 35-54. Cham: Springer.
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. & Sandra C. Deshors. Using regressions to explore deviations between corpus data and a standard/target: two suggestions. Corpora 9(1). 109-136.
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. & Viola G. Miglio. New information in naturalistic data is also signaled by pitch movement: an analysis from monolingual English/Spanish and bilingual Spanish speakers. Complutense Journal of English Studies/Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense 22. 11-33.

2013

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Sources of variability relevant to the (cognitive) sociolinguist, and quantitative corpus methods to handle them. Journal of Pragmatics 52(6). 5-16.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Data in Construction Grammar. In Graham Trousdale & Thomas Hoffmann (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Construction Grammar, 93-108. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguistics with R. 2nd rev. and ext. ed. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 359.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. 50-something years of work on collocations: what is or should be next … International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 18(1). 137-165.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Elementary statistical testing with R. In Manfred Krug & Julia Schlüter (eds.), Research methods in language variation and change, 361-381. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. 언어학자를 위한 통계학: R 활용. Korean translation of Statistics for linguistics with R (2nd rev. and ext. ed.). Seoul, South Korea: Korea University Press.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical tests for the analysis of learner corpus data. In Ana Díaz-Negrillo, Nicolas Ballier, & Paul Thompson (eds.), Automatic treatment and analysis of learner corpus data, 287-309. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [web resources]
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Basic significance testing. In Robert J. Podesva & Devyani Sharma (eds.), Research methods in linguistics, 316-336. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Phonological similarity in multi-word units. In Laura A. Janda (ed.), Cognitive linguistics: The quantitative turn. The essential reader, 177-196. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter Mouton. [reprint of 2011e]
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. & John Newman. Creating and using corpora. In Robert J. Podesva & Devyani Sharma (eds.), Research methods in linguistics, 257-287. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. The genitive alternation in Chinese and German ESL learners: towards a multifactorial notion of context in learner corpus research. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 18(3). 327-356.
  12. Miglio, Viola G., Stefan Th. Gries, Michael J. Harris, Eva M. Wheeler, & Raquel Santana-Paixão. Spanish lo(s)-le(s) clitic alternations in psych verbs: a multifactorial corpus-based analysis. In: Jennifer Cabrelli Amaro, Gillian Lord, & Ana de Prada Pérez, & Jessi E. Aaron (eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 15th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, 268-278. Somerville, MA. Cascadilla Press.

2012

  1. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.), Frequency effects in language representation. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 286.
  2. Doğruöz, A. Seza & Stefan Th. Gries. Spread of on-going changes in an immigrant language: Turkish in the Netherlands. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 10(2). 401-426.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics, theoretical linguistics, and cognitive/psycholinguistics: towards more and more fruitful exchanges. In Joybrato Mukherjee & Magnus Huber (eds.), Corpus linguistics and variation in English: Theory and description, 41-63. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistische Modellierung. Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 40(1). 38-67.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Introduction. In. Stefan Th. Gries & Dagmar S. Divjak (eds.), Frequency effects in language learning and processing, 1-6. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter Mouton.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Collostructions. In Peter Robinson (eds.), The Routledge Encyclopedia of second language acquisition, 92-95. London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Frequencies, probabilities, association measures in usage-/exemplar-based linguistics: some necessary clarifications. Studies in Language 36(3). 477-510.
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Behavioral Profiles: a fine-grained and quantitative approach in corpus-based lexical semantics. In Gonia Jarema, Gary Libben, & Chris Westbury (eds.), Methodological and analytic frontiers in lexical research, 57-80. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [reprint of 2010h]
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics: quantitative methods. In Carol A. Chapelle (ed.), The encyclopedia of applied linguistics, 1380-1385. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Testing independent relationships. In Carol A. Chapelle (ed.), The encyclopedia of applied linguistics, 5817-5822. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus data on blend formation: psycho- and cognitive-linguistic perspectives. In Vincent Renner, François Maniez, & Pierre Arnaud (eds.), Cross-disciplinary perspectives on lexical blending, 145-167. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Testing the sub-test: a collocational-overlap analysis of English -ic and -ical adjectives. In Douglas Biber & Randi Reppen (eds.), Corpus linguistics, Vol. 2, 21-46. London & Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [reprint of 2003b]
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Dispersions and adjusted frequencies in corpora. In Douglas Biber & Randi Reppen (eds.), Corpus linguistics, Vol. 4, 111-144. London & Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [reprint of 2008e]
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. & Dagmar S. Divjak (eds.), Frequency effects in language learning and processing. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 246.
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. & Martin Hilpert. Variability-based neighbor clustering: a bottom-up approach to periodization in historical linguistics. In Terttu Nevalainen & Elizabeth Closs Traugott (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the history of English, 134-144. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [web resources]
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Regression analysis in translation studies. In Michael P. Oakes & Ji Meng (eds.), Quantitative methods in corpus-based translation studies: a practical guide to descriptive translation research, 35-52. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [web resources]
  17. Lijffijt, Jefrey & Stefan Th. Gries. Correction to "Dispersions and adjusted frequencies in corpora". International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 17(1). 147-149.
  18. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructions: investigating the interaction between words and constructions. In Douglas Biber & Randi Reppen (eds.), Corpus linguistics, Vol. 2, 365-401. London & Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [reprint of 2003e]

2011

  1. Brdar, Mario, Stefan Th. Gries, & Milena Žic Fuchs (eds.), Cognitive linguistics: convergence and expansion. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 352. [a review on the LinguistList, a review in Functions of Language, and a review in Suvremena Lingvistika]
  2. Brdar, Mario, Stefan Th. Gries, & Milena Žic Fuchs. Introduction: convergence and expansion in cognitive linguistics. In Mario Brdar, Stefan Th. Gries, & Milena Žic Fuchs (eds.), Cognitive linguistics: convergence and expansion, 1-6. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus data in usage-based linguistics: What's the right degree of granularity for the analysis of argument structure constructions? In Mario Brdar, Stefan Th. Gries, & Milena Žic Fuchs (eds.), Cognitive linguistics: convergence and expansion, 237-256. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. (ed.), Corpus linguistics: some future directions. Brazilian Journal of Applied Linguistics / Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada 11(2), first international special issue, pp. 309.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Phonological similarity in multi-word symbolic units. Cognitive Linguistics 22(3). 491-510.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Acquiring particle placement in English: a corpus-based perspective. In Pilar Guerrero Medina (ed.), Morphosyntactic alternations in English: functional and cognitive perspectives, 235-263. London & Oakville, CT: Equinox.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Studying syntactic priming in corpora: implications of different levels of granularity. In Doris Schönefeld (ed.), Converging evidence: methodological and theoretical issues for linguistic research, 143-165. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Methodological and interdisciplinary stance in corpus linguistics. In Geoffrey Barnbrook, Vander Viana, & Sonia Zyngier (eds.), Perspectives on corpus linguistics: connections and controversies, 81-98. Amsterdam & Philadelphia, John Benjamins. [see also here for a small blog interview]
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Commentary. In Kathryn Allan & Justyna Robinson (eds.), Current methods in historical semantics, 184-195. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  10. Gries, Stefan Th., John Newman, & Cyrus Shaoul. N-grams and the clustering of registers. Empirical Language Research 5(1).
  11. Harris, Michael J. & Stefan Th. Gries. Measures of speech rhythm and the role of corpus-based word frequency: a multifactorial comparison of Spanish(-English) speakers. International Journal of English Studies 11(2). 1-22.
  12. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructions: investigating the interaction between words and constructions. In Adele E. Goldberg (ed.), Cognitive Linguistics, Vol. IV, 184-216. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis. [reprint of 2003e]
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Extending collostructional analysis: a corpus-based perspective on 'alternations'. In Adele E. Goldberg (ed.), Cognitive Linguistics, Vol. IV, 217-246. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis. [reprint of 2004e]
  14. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Corpus-driven methods for assessing accuracy in learner production. In Peter Robinson (ed.), Second language task complexity: researching the Cognition Hypothesis of language learning and performance, 61-87. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

2010

  1. Berez, Andrea L. & Stefan Th. Gries. Correlates to middle marking in Dena'ina iterative verbs. International Journal of American Linguistics 76(1). 145-165. [web resources]
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. & Naoki Otani. Behavioral profiles: a corpus-based perspective on synonymy and antonymy. ICAME Journal 34. 121-150.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Dispersions and adjusted frequencies in corpora: further explorations. In Stefan Th. Gries, Stefanie Wulff, & Mark Davies (eds.), Corpus linguistic applications: current studies, new directions, 197-212. Amsterdam: Rodopi. [web resources]
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Bigrams in registers, domains, and varieties: a bigram gravity approach to the homogeneity of corpora. In Proceedings of Corpus Linguistics 2009, University of Liverpool.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics and theoretical linguistics: a love-hate relationship? Not necessarily … International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 15(3). 327-343.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Useful statistics for corpus linguistics. In Aquilino Sánchez & Moisés Almela (eds.), A mosaic of corpus linguistics: selected approaches, 269-291. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Methodological skills in corpus linguistics: a polemic and some pointers towards quantitative methods. In Tony Harris & María Moreno Jaén (eds.), Corpus linguistics in language teaching, 121-146. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang.
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Behavioral Profiles: a fine-grained and quantitative approach in corpus-based lexical semantics. The Mental Lexicon 5(3). 323-346.
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. & Dagmar S. Divjak. Quantitative approaches in usage-based cognitive semantics: myths, erroneous assumptions, and a proposal. In Dylan Glynn & Kerstin Fischer (eds.), Quantitative methods in cognitive semantics: corpus-driven approaches, 333-354. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  10. Gries, Stefan Th., Beate Hampe, & Doris Schönefeld. Converging evidence II: more on the association of verbs and constructions. In Sally Rice & John Newman (eds.), Empirical and experimental methods in cognitive/functional research, 59-72. Stanford, CA: CSLI.
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. & Martin Hilpert. Modeling diachronic change in the third person singular: a multi-factorial, verb- and author-specific exploratory approach. English Language and Linguistics 14(3). 293-320.
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. & Joybrato Mukherjee. Lexical gravity across varieties of English: an ICE-based study of n-grams in Asian Englishes. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 15(4). 520-548.
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Cluster analysis and the identification of collexeme classes. In Sally Rice & John Newman (eds.), Empirical and experimental methods in cognitive/functional research, 73-90. Stanford, CA: CSLI.
  14. Gries, Stefan Th., Stefanie Wulff, & Mark Davies (eds.), Corpus linguistic applications: current studies, new directions. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 268. [a review on the LinguistList and a review in Empirical Language Research]
  15. Wulff, Stefanie, Stefan Th. Gries, & Mark Davies. Introduction. In Stefan Th. Gries, Stefanie Wulff, & Mark Davies (eds.), Corpus linguistic applications: current studies, new directions, 1-6. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  16. Myslín, Mark & Stefan Th. Gries. k dixez?: A corpus study of Spanish Internet orthography. Literary and Linguistic Computing 25(1). 85-105.

2009

  1. Berez, Andrea L. & Stefan Th. Gries. In defense of corpus-based methods: a behavioral profile analysis of polysemous get in English. In Steven Moran, Darren S. Tanner, & Michael Scanlon (eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Northwest Linguistics Conference. University of Washington Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 27, 157-166. Seattle, WA: Department of Linguistics.
  2. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries. Corpus-based cognitive semantics: A contrastive study of phasal verbs in English and Russian. In Katarzyna Dziwirek & Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk (eds.), Studies in cognitive corpus linguistics, 273-296. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  3. Gilquin, Gaëtanelle & Stefan Th. Gries. Corpora and experimental methods: a state-of-the-art review. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 5(1). 1-26.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguistics with R: a practical introduction. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 335. [the companion website and the companion newsgroup; a review in Language (June 2012), reviews on Amazon, and a review on the LINGUIST list]
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics with R: a practical introduction. London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 256. [the companion website and the companion newsgroup; reviews on Amazon, a review on the LINGUIST list, a review in the International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 17(2), and a review in Corpora; also, this book is now listed on the CRAN Task View on Natural Language Processing]
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. What is corpus linguistics? Language and Linguistics Compass 3. 1-17.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. & Dagmar S. Divjak. Behavioral profiles: a corpus-based approach towards cognitive semantic analysis. In Vyvyan Evans & Stephanie S. Pourcel (eds.), New directions in cognitive linguistics, 57-75. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. & Sabine Stoll. Finding developmental groups in acquisition data: variability-based neighbor clustering. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 16(3). 217-242.
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Psycholinguistic and corpus linguistic evidence for L2 constructions. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 7. 163-186.
  10. Hilpert, Martin & Stefan Th. Gries. Assessing frequency changes in multi-stage diachronic corpora: applications for historical corpus linguistics and the study of language acquisition. Literary and Linguistic Computing 34(4). 385-401.
  11. Jing-Schmidt, Zhuo & Stefan Th. Gries. Schematic meaning and pragmatic inference: The Mandarin adverbs hai, you, and zai. Corpora 4(1). 33-70.
  12. Mukherjee, Joybrato & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructional nativisation in New Englishes: verb-construction associations in the International Corpus of English. English World-Wide 30(1). 27-51.
  13. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Corpora and grammar. In Anke Lüdeling & Merja Kytö (eds.), Corpus linguistics: an international handbook, Vol. 2, 933-951. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  14. Stoll, Sabine & Stefan Th. Gries. How to measure development in corpora: an association strength approach. Journal of Child Language 36(5). 1075-1090.

2008

  1. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries. Clusters in the mind? Converging evidence from near synonymy in Russian. The Mental Lexicon 3(2). 188-213.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-based methods in analyses of SLA data. In Peter Robinson & Nick C. Ellis (eds.), Handbook of cognitive linguistics and second language acquisition, 406-431. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistik für Sprachwissenschaftler. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, pp. 316. [the companion website and the companion newsgroup]
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Phraseology and linguistic theory: a brief survey. In Sylviane Granger & Fanny Meunier (eds.), Phraseology: an interdisciplinary perspective, 3-25. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Dispersions and adjusted frequencies in corpora. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 13(4). 403-437. [web resources and a small correction]
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. & Martin Hilpert. The identification of stages in diachronic data: variability-based neighbor clustering. Corpora 3(1). 59-81.
  7. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Channel and constructional meaning: A collostructional case study. In Gitte Kristiansen & René Dirven (eds.), Cognitive sociolinguistics, 129-152. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

2007

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. New perspectives on old alternations. In Jonathan E. Cihlar, Amy L. Franklin, & David W. Kaiser (eds.), Papers from the 39th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society: Vol. II. The Panels, 274-292. Chicago, IL: Chicago Linguistics Society.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Coll.analysis 3.2a. A script for R to compute perform collostructional analyses.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. & Caroline V. David. This is kind of/sort of interesting: variation in hedging in English. In Päivi Pahta, Irma Taavitsainen, Terttu Nevalainen, & Jukka Tyrkkoö (eds.). Towards multimedia in corpus linguistics. Studies in variation, contacts and change in English 2, University of Helsinki. (cf. also here for the official version)
  4. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructions: investigating the interaction between words and constructions. In Vyvyan Evans, Benjamin K. Bergen, & Jörg Zinken (eds.), The cognitive linguistics reader, 75-105. London & Oakville, CT: Equinox. [reprint of 2003e]
  5. Wulff, Stefanie, Anatol Stefanowitsch, & Stefan Th. Gries. Brutal Brits and persuasive Americans: variety-specific meaning construction in the into-causative. In Günter Radden, Klaus-Michael Köpcke, Thomas Berg, & Peter Siemund (eds.), Aspects of meaning construction, 265-281. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

2006

  1. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries. Ways of trying in Russian: clustering behavioral profiles. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 2(1). 23-60.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Introduction. In Stefan Th. Gries & Anatol Stefanowitsch (eds.), Corpora in cognitive linguistics: corpus-based approaches to syntax and lexis, 1-17. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. [a review on the LinguistList]
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-based methods and cognitive semantics: the many meanings of to run. In Stefan Th. Gries & Anatol Stefanowitsch (eds.), Corpora in cognitive linguistics: corpus-based approaches to syntax and lexis, 57-99. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. [a review on the LinguistList]
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Some proposals towards more rigorous corpus linguistics. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 54(2). 191-202.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Cognitive determinants of subtractive word-formation processes: a corpus-based perspective. Cognitive Linguistics 17(4). 535-558.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Exploring variability within and between corpora: some methodological considerations. Corpora 1(2). 109-151.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch (eds.). Corpora in cognitive linguistics: corpus-based approaches to syntax and lexis. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 352. [a comprehensive review and a short notice on the LinguistList]
  8. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.). Corpus-based approaches to metaphor and metonymy. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 319.

2005

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Syntactic priming: a corpus-based approach. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 34(4). 365-399.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Null-hypothesis significance testing of word frequencies: a follow-up on Kilgarriff. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 1(2). 277-294.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th., Beate Hampe, & Doris Schönefeld. Converging evidence: bringing together experimental and corpus data on the association of verbs and constructions. Cognitive Linguistics 16(4). 635-676.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Do foreign language learners also have constructions? Evidence from priming, sorting, and corpora. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 3. 182-200.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Review of Probabilistic Linguistics, ed. by Bod, Rens, Jennifer Hay, & Stefanie Jannedy. English Language and Linguistics 9(2). 382-391.
  6. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Covarying collexemes. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 1(1). 1-43.

2004

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Shouldn't it be breakfunch? A quantitative analysis of the structure of blends. Linguistics 42(3). 639-667.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Isn't that fantabulous? How similarity motivates intentional morphological blends in English. In Michel Achard & Suzanne Kemmer (eds.), Language, culture, and mind, 415-428. Stanford, CA: CSLI.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Some characteristics of English morphological blends. In Mary A. Andronis, Erin Debenport, Anne Pycha, & Keiko Yoshimura (eds.), Papers from the 38th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society: Vol. II. The Panels, 201-216. Chicago, IL: Chicago Linguistics Society.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Review of Corpus presenter software for language analysis, by Raymond Hickey (with a hate mail by an infuriated Raymond Hickey and further comments); cf. also LinguistList 15.681 and LinguistList 15.1087.
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. 2004. Multifactorial analysis in corpus linguistics: a study of Particle Placement. Peking: Peking University Press. [reprint of 2003c]
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Extending collostructional analysis: a corpus-based perspective on 'alternations'. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 9(1). 97-129.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Co-varying collexemes in the into-causative. In Michel Achard & Suzanne Kemmer (eds.), Language, culture, and mind, 225-236. Stanford, CA: CSLI.

2003

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Grammatical variation in English: a question of 'structure vs. function'? In Günter Rohdenburg & Britta Mondorf (eds.), Determinants of grammatical variation in English, 155-173. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Testing the sub-test: a collocational-overlap analysis of English -ic and -ical adjectives. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 8(1). 31-61. [this paper is also reprinted in Corpus Linguistics, ed. by Douglas Biber & Randi Reppen]
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Multifactorial analysis in corpus linguistics: a study of Particle Placement. London & New York: Continuum Press, pp. 240. (available also as a reprint with a Chinese introduction from Peking University Press) [a review in the ICAME Journal]
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Towards a corpus-based identification of prototypical instances of constructions. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 1. 1-27. (click here for a review)
  5. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructions: investigating the interaction between words and constructions. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 8(2). 209-243. [this paper is also reprinted in Cognitive Linguistics, ed. by Masa-aki Yamanashi, Cognitive Linguistics, ed. by Adele E. Goldberg, and in Corpus Linguistics, ed. by Douglas Biber & Randi Reppen]

2002

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. The influence of processing on grammatical variation: particle placement in English. In Nicole Dehé, Ray Jackendoff, Andrew McIntyre, & Silke Urban (eds.), Verb-particle explorations, 269-288. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Preposition stranding in English: predicting speakers' behaviour. In Vida Samiian (ed.), Proceedings of the Western Conference on Linguistics. Vol. 12, 230-241. California State University, Fresno, CA.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Evidence in Linguistics: three approaches to genitives in English. In Ruth M. Brend, William J. Sullivan, & Arle R. Lommel (eds.), LACUS Forum XXVIII: what constitutes evidence in linguistics?, 17-31. Fullerton, CA: LACUS. (cf. also below at prizes)

2001

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. A multifactorial analysis of syntactic variation: particle movement revisited. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 8(1). 33-50.
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. A corpus-linguistic analysis of -ic and -ical adjectives. ICAME Journal 25. 65-108.
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Particle placement in English: a multifactorial investigation. In Ruth M. Brend, Alan K. Melby, & Arle R. Lommel (eds.), LACUS Forum XXVII: speaking and comprehending, 19-32. Fullerton, CA: LACUS. (cf. also below at prizes)

1999

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Particle movement: a cognitive and functional approach. Cognitive Linguistics 10(2). 105-145.


Journal editorships; editorial board or committee memberships; moderatorships


Past presentations, theme sessions, workshops, and conferences*

2018

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus methods for usage-based & psycholinguistics: 'new' measures and developments. (invited plenary talk at the Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (10 February 2018)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Revamping (especially, but not exclusively) usage-based approaches to constructions in L1 and L2/FL. (invited plenary talk at Constructional Approaches to Language Pedagogy conference, University of Texas, Austin, 17 February 2018)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist at the Third Annual Law and Corpus Linguistics Conference in Provo, UT, 9 March 2018
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. 15 years since collostructions: some long overdue additions/corrections. (paper at the conference of the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Chicago, IL, 25 March 2018)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. R demo for elementary data processing. (invited 80-minute workshop session at the Department of Linguistics, Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages at Michigan State University, 28 March 2018)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical methods in corpus linguistics: applications from phono-syntax, orthography, & learner corpus research. (invited colloquium at the Department of Linguistics, Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages at Michigan State University, 28 March 2018)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguists with R. (invited 1-week/30-hour bootcamp at Michigan State University, 14-18 May 2018)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguists with R. (invited 1-week/30-hour bootcamp at Reading University, 18-22 June 2018)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-linguistic and regression applications with R. (invited 3-day workshop taught at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 12-14 July 2018)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-linguistic applications with R. (invited plenary talk at the 2018 Annual Symposium of Corpora and Intercultural Studies at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 14 July 2018)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist in a panel on corpus-linguistic research at the 2018 Annual Symposium of Corpora and Intercultural Studies at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 14 July 2018)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical modeling with R. (invited 1-week/30-hour bootcamp at the University of Erfurt, 27-31 August 2018)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical modeling with R. (invited 1-week/30-hour bootcamp at Maria Curie - Skłodowska University, 3-7 September 2018)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Particle placement in learner English: Measuring effects of context, first language, and individual variation. (paper at the 14th American Association for Corpus Linguistics conference 2018, Georgia State University, 21 September 2018)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. Towards a unified tupleization of corpus linguistics. (invited plenary talk at the 14th American Association for Corpus Linguistics conference 2018, Georgia State University, 22 September 2018)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics: the (methods of the) field and its relation to cognitive linguistics. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Beihang University Beijing, 8 October 2018)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. On – and/or against? – frequencies. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Beihang University Beijing, 8 October 2018)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. Using R for corpus linguistics: frequencies. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Beihang University Beijing, 9 October 2018)
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. On recency. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Beihang University Beijing, 9 October 2018)
  20. Gries, Stefan Th. Using R for corpus linguistics: recency. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Beihang University Beijing, 10 October 2018)
  21. Gries, Stefan Th. On association. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Beihang University Beijing, 10 October 2018)
  22. Gries, Stefan Th. Using R for corpus linguistics: association. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, 11 October 2018)
  23. Gries, Stefan Th. On context. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Capital Normal University, Beijing, 11 October 2018)
  24. Gries, Stefan Th. Using R for corpus linguistics: concordances, surprisal, and entropy. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 12 October 2018)
  25. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-linguistic applications in cognitive/usage-based explorations of learner language. (invited plenary talk at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics 2018, Peking University, Beijing, 12 October 2018)
  26. Gries, Stefan Th. Beyond frequency: how else to count what counts. (invited plenary talk at a 3-day PhD course "Current issues in phraseology and its application in terminology/lexicography" at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway, 19 October 2018)
  27. Gries, Stefan Th. Dimensions of phraseologisms, their measurement, and their motivation. (invited plenary talk at a 3-day PhD course "Current issues in phraseology and its application in terminology/lexicography" at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway, 18 October 2018)
  28. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist for 10 Ph.D. projects at "Current issues in phraseology and its application in terminology/lexicography" at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway, 17-19 October 2018)
  29. Gries, Stefan Th. Measuring syntactic complexity and lexical repetitiveness: a practice session with R. (invited hands-on session in the course 'BAN432 Applied Textual Data Analysis for Business and Finance' at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway, 19 October 2018)
  30. Slocum, Brian G. & Stefan Th. Gries. The potential and limits of corpus linguistic analysis for legal interpretation. (invited plenary-length paper at the 2nd workshop "Historical Semantics and Legal Interpretation" at the University of Chicago, 13 April 2018)

2017

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Regression and mixed-effects modeling with R. (invited winter doctoral school taught at Ghent University, 16-20 January 2017)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. & Brian G. Slocum. Ordinary meaning and corpus linguistics. (paper at the Law and Corpus Linguistics workshop 2017 at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, 3 February 2017)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative analyses of words, their combination(s), and their co-occurrence with constructions. (invited plenary talk at the 53rd Jahrestagung des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache Mannheim, 14 March 2017)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Data Collection & Analysis: Statistics for Linguistics with R. (invited 28-hour block seminar taught at the Justus-Liebig University Giessen, April to July 2017)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. On the role and use of quantitative methods in linguistics. (invited public/plenary lecture at the Research Academy Leipzig, University of Leipzig, 19 April 2017)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus data and aspects of the mental lexicon from a cognitive-linguistic perspective: frequency, contingency, recency, and context. (invited talk at Charles University Prague, 26 April 2017)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. What statistical methods have to offer to linguistics: three (differently complex) case studies of spelling, morphological change, and foreign language learning. (invited talk at Charles University Prague, 27 April 2017)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Operationalizations of domain-general mechanisms cognitive linguists often rely on: a perspective from quantitative corpus linguistics. (invited colloquium presented at the Department of Linguistics & Graduiertenkolleg 'Interaktion Grammatischer Bausteine', University of Leipzig, 3 May 2017)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Lexicology and other areas in linguistics: examples and applications. (invited lecture in a lexicology seminar, University of Giessen, 11 May 2017)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical analysis of, and corpus approaches to, lexicogrammar. (invited 8-hour workshop taught at University of Santiago de Compostela, 14-15 June 2017)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-linguistic methods for cognitive/usage-based linguistics. (invited talk at the University of Erfurt, 20 June 2017)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Leibniz und Mathematik/Statistik in der Sprachwissenschaft. (invited public talk on the occasion of awarding prizes for the 'Math Olympics', HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management & Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik in den Naturwissenschaften, Leipzig, 21 June 2017)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Some views on, and suggestions for, quantitative corpus linguistics. (invited plenary talk presented at the Time in Translation workshop, Utrecht University, 23 June 2017)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. What quantitative methods can contribute to corpus-linguistic analysis? A few examples … (invited talk at the Corpus Linguistics Summer School, Lancaster University, 28 June 2017)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. To vs. -ing complementation by native speakers and German learners: corpus and experimental data (invited lecture in a 'Contrastive linguistics' seminar, University of Leipzig, 4 July 2017)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. Against frequency? Some thoughts on the favorite notion of usage-based linguistics. (invited colloquium at the University of Jena, 4 July 2017)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Diachronic quantitative corpus linguistics (invited lecture in a 'Historical traces in Present-Day English' seminar, University of Leipzig, 5 July 2017)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. On the interface of corpus linguistics and psycholinguistics. (invited lecture at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, 5 July 2017)
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. Regression modeling for linguists (invited 1-day workshop at the University of Bochum, 7 July 2017)
  20. Gries, Stefan Th. Regression modeling for linguists with R. (instructor of a 5-day bootcamp for faculty and graduate students taught at the Catholic University Louvain, 10-14 July 2017)
  21. Gries, Stefan Th. Text processing for linguists and literary scholars with R. (instructor of a 5-day course taught at the European Summer University in Digital Humanities, Leipzig, 18-23 July 2017)
  22. Gries, Stefan Th. On the study of co-occurrence in corpus data: against frequency and towards a more multi-dimensional view. (invited 2-hour seminar at the workshop series 'Harnessing the latest corpus-based approaches for research', Open University of Hong Kong, 8 September 2017)
  23. Gries, Stefan Th. Designing discipline-specific corpus-based research: lessons from corpus linguistics. (invited 2-hour workshop at the workshop series 'Harnessing the latest corpus-based approaches for research', Open University of Hong Kong, 8 September 2017)
  24. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative methods in Learner Corpus Research: goals and directions for the future and why some excuses won't count anymore. (invited plenary talk at Learner Corpus Research 2017, Institute for Specialised Communication and Multilingualism of the European Academy, Bozen/Bolzano Italy, 7 October 2017)
  25. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical modeling with R. (invited workshop at the University of Trier, 26-27 October 2017)
  26. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited discussant/consultant at the Linguistic Convergence Laboratory Meeting, National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Humanities, Moscow, 27 November - 1 December 2017)
  27. Gries, Stefan Th. Converging evidence from experimental and corpus data: the dative alternation in learner English. (invited talk at the Linguistic Convergence Laboratory Meeting, National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Humanities, Moscow, 28 November 2017)
  28. Gries, Stefan Th. Simple quantitative methods in corpus linguistics: examples from spelling, morphology, and syntax. (invited 90-minute talk at the National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Humanities, Moscow, 29 November 2017)
  29. Gries, Stefan Th. More advanced quantitative methods in corpus linguistics: examples from language change. (invited 90-minute talk at the National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Humanities, Moscow, 30 November 2017)
  30. Gries, Stefan Th. On how to utilize (more) fully what corpus-inguistic data really have to offer …. (invited 90-minute talk at the National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Humanities, Moscow, 30 November 2017)
  31. Gries, Stefan Th., Tobias J. Bernaisch, & Benedikt Heller. Die Genitiv-Alternation im Singapur-Englischen: Ein Übergang von Nativisierung zu Endonormativität? (invited talk at the University of Trier, 25 October 2017)
  32. Gries, Stefan Th. & Alexander Wahl. MERGE: A new recursive approach towards multiword expression extraction and four small validation case studies. (paper at ICAME 38, Charles University, Prague, 27 May 2017)
  33. Gries, Stefan Th. & Alexander Wahl. MERGE: A new recursive approach towards multiword expression extraction and four small validation case studies. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2017, University of Birmingham, 25 July 2017)
  34. Heller, Benedikt, Tobias J. Bernaisch, & Stefan Th. Gries. A corpus-linguistic account of the history of the genitive alternation in Singapore English: evidence for the transition from nativisation to endonormativity? (paper at ICAME 38, Charles University, Prague, 27 May 2017)
  35. Jansegers, Marlies & Stefan Th. Gries. Towards a dynamic behavioral profile: a diachronic study of polysemous sentir in Spanish. (paper at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 14, University of Tarttu, 10 July 2017)
  36. Jansegers, Marlies & Stefan Th. Gries. Towards a dynamic behavioral profile: a diachronic study of polysemous sentir in Spanish. (paper at the 23rd International Conference on Historial Linguistics, University of Texas, San Antonio, 31 July 2017)
  37. Jansegers, Marlies, Stefan Th. Gries & Viola G. Miglio. Exploring semantic similarity between three Romance languages: a Behavioral Profile study of cross-linguistic near-synonyms. (paper at the workshop 'New Approaches to Contrastive Linguistics: Empirical and Methodological Challenges' at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, University of Zürich, 13 September 2017)
  38. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. The importance of a fine-grained analysis of Heritage Language structures: Heritage Spanish in California. (poster presented at Multilingualism research in Southern California: Cross-disciplinary perspectives on dual language experience; UC Riverside, 6 October 2017)
  39. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Explaining individual variation in learner corpus research: some methodological suggestions. (invited plenary-length paper at the workshop on "Learner corpus based approaches to second language acquisition", Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, 31 March 2017) (also accepted for presentation at GURT 2017, Georgetown University, 10-12 March 2017)

2016

  1. Bernaisch, Tobias, Stefan Th. Gries, & Benedikt Heller. Epicentres in South and South-East Asian Englishes: empirical perspectives. (paper at Varieties of English in the Indo-Pacific (VEIP) 2, University of Freiburg, 6-7 June 2016)
  2. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. Profiling verb complementation constructions across new Englishes: a two-step random forests analysis. (paper at ICAME 37, Hong Kong, 26 May 2016)
  3. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. Multifactorial modeling, regression and tree-based models with R. (invited 5-hour workshop taught at the University of Tampere, 15 November 2016)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Basic statistics for applied linguists with R (invited pre-conference workshop taught at AAAL 2016, Orlando, FL, 8 April 2016)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited discussant at the Law and Corpus Linguistics Conference at Brigham Young University (Provo UT, 29 April 2016)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Syntactic alternation research: taking stock and suggestions for the future (invited plenary talk at New Ways of Analyzing Syntactic Variation 2, Ghent University, 19 May 2016)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th., Benedikt Heller, & Tobias J. Bernaisch. Epicentres in South and South-East Asian Englishes: empirical perspectives. (paper at ICAME 37, Hong Kong, 26 May 2016)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Mixed-effects modeling. (invited workshop at the University of Saarbrücken, 10 June 2016)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Co-occurrence and constructions: corpus-based applications/measurements. (invited colloquium talk given, University Erlangen-Nürnberg, 13 June 2016)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited participant at a panel/workshop on collocation, University Erlangen-Nürnberg, 16-17 June 2016
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-linguistic co-occurrence data in cognitive-linguistic research: some thoughts and recommendations. (invited workshop presentation, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Lexikografie, Valenz- und Kollokationsforschung, University Erlangen-Nürnberg, 17 June 2016)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for corpus linguists. (invited workshop at the Corpus Linguistics Summer School, Birmingham University, 20-24 June 2016)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-linguistic and statistical methods with R. (invited workshop at the University of Giessen, 4-7 July 2016)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. Two corpus-linguistic explorations of alternations: allos(truct|pell)io?ng?s. (invited colloquium at the University of Giessen, 6 July 2016)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. The use of statistical methods in corpus linguistics: selected applications. (invited plenary talk at the Lancaster Summer Schools in Corpus Linguistics and other Digital Methods, Lancaster University, 13 July 2016)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. On the use of corpus data in research on language production. (invited plenary talk at the International Workshop on Language Production (IWLP 2016), University of California, San Diego, 25 July 2016)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for corpus linguists with R. (invited 1-day/6-hour pre-conference workshop taught before AACL 2016, Iowa State University, 15 September 2016)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. & Sandra C. Deshors. Profiling verb complementation constructions across new Englishes: a two-step random forests analysis of ing vs. to complements. (paper at AACL 2016, University of Iowa, Ames, 17 September 2016)
  19. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. La cohesión interna de la clase semántica de los verbos de emoción en español a través del análisis de las construcciones inversas. (paper at VIII Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Hispánica, University of Leipzig, 28 September 2016)

2015

  1. Bernaisch, Tobias J. & Stefan Th. Gries. Identifying linguistic epicentres empirically: The case of South Asian Englishes. (paper at ICAME 36, University of Trier, 30 May 2015)
  2. Bernaisch, Tobias J. & Stefan Th. Gries. Identifying linguistic epicentres empirically: The case of South Asian Englishes. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, 23 July 2015)
  3. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. What would a native speaker do? MuPDAR: A new approach to quantify EFL learners' non-native linguistic choices. (paper at the NMSU 2015 Triple L Symposium, New Mexico State University, 28 August 2015)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Regression and mixed-effects modeling with R". (instructor of a 4-day workshop for faculty and graduate students taught at the Department of Psychology, Princeton University, 11-15 May 2015)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics and corpus linguistics with R (instructor of a 5-day workshop for postdocs and Ph.D. students at the Department of English at the Justus-Liebig Universität Giessen, 1-5 June 2015)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguists with R. (instructor of a 5-day workshop for faculty and graduate students taught at the Catholic University Louvain, 29 June - 3 July 2015)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Introduction to statistics in R. (invited course taught at the LSA Linguistic Institute at the University of Chicago, 6-17 July 2015)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Regression modeling for corpus linguistics. (invited pre-conference workshop taught at Lancaster University before Corpus Linguistics 2015, 20 July 2015)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist for the panel 'Statistical techniques in corpus linguistics' at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, 24 July 2015)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Basic statistics and visualization with R. (invited instructor at the European Summer University in Digital Humanities, University of Leipzig, 28 July - 1 August 2015)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. More and better regression analyses: what they can do for us and how. (invited plenary lecture presented at the Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Linguistics of the Linguistic Association of Finland, University of Helsinki, 29 August 2015)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. On the application of statistical methods in linguistics: lexico-grammar, morphology, and phono-syntax. (invited paper at the Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University, 9 October 2015)
  13. Harris, Michael J., Stefan Th. Gries, & Viola G. Miglio. Prosody and its application to forensic linguistics. (paper at the TALE panel at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Portland, OR, 10 January 2015)
  14. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. The function of acaso in Spanish rhetorical questions. (paper at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI, 5 January 2015)
  15. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Reading medieval literature: quantitative corpus-linguistic and experimental explorations. (paper at the Inaugural Conference of the International Association of Literary Linguistics, University of Mainz, 16 April 2015)
  16. Rühlemann, Christoph & Stefan Th. Gries. Turn order in storytelling: a case study in corpus pragmatics. (paper at ICAME 36, University of Trier, 31 May 2015)
  17. Wulff, Stefanie, Nicholas A. Lester, & Stefan Th. Gries. That-complementation in learner and native speaker corpus data: modeling linguistic, psycholinguistic, and individual variation. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, 21 July 2015)

2014

  1. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. Exploring the EFL-ESL paradigm gap: A two-step regression approach. (paper at ICAME 35, University of Nottingham, 2 May 2014)
  2. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. EFL vs. ESL: not necessarily a continuum. (paper at AACL, Northern Arizona University, 27 September 2014)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics. (invited 5-day Ph.D. course in Computational Linguistics / Corpus Linguistics taught at the Netherlands Graduate School in Linguistics (LOT), Amsterdam, 20-24 January 2014)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus and experimental data: can they really converge? (invited colloquium presented at the Colloquium Series on Discourse, Utrecht University, 21 January 2014)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-linguistic applications for teaching and research. (invited plenary lecture given The International Symposium on Innovative Teaching & Research in ESP 2014, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, 22 February 2014)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist at The International Symposium on Innovative Teaching & Research in ESP 2014, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, 22 February 2014)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. R in corpus linguistics. (invited colloquium at the Institute of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 23 February 2014)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. "What would a native speaker do?" How taking this question more seriously improves learner corpus research … (invited presentation in the TUFS Distinguished Lecture Series, Institute of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 23 February 2014)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical methods in corpus linguistics: recent improvements and applications. (invited colloquium at the Department of Linguistics and Languages, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 26 February 2014)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Collostructional analysis. (invited 3-hour undergraduate class at the Department of Linguistics, University of Florida, Gainesville, 25 March 2014)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. On the need for (improving) quantitative corpus methods. (invited colloquium in the speaker series on quantitative methods in linguistics at the Department of Linguistics, University of California, Davis, 9 April 2014)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative methods in corpus linguistics: examples and requests for feedback. (invited colloquium at the Department of Statistics, University of California, Davis, 10 April 2014)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist at panel 'Corpus linguistics, context and culture' at ICAME 35 (University of Nottingham, 30 April - 4 May 2014)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. The most underused method in corpus linguistics: Multi-level and mixed-effects models. (paper at ICAME 35, University of Nottingham, 3 May 2014)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics with R. (invited 3-day graduate-level course taught at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 26-28 May 2014)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. Text processing with R: exact.matches and other functions. (talk at the Santa Barbara R UseR Group May 2014 Meetup, Santa Barbara, CA, 21 May 2014)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Advanced regression modeling in linguistics. (invited 4-day course at the Justus-Liebig Universität Giessen, 9-12 June 2014)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. Text processing with R: exact.matches and other functions. (paper at useR 2014, The R User Conference, University of California, Los Angeles, 3 July 2014).
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. Improving statistical methods in corpus linguistics: some simple suggestions. (invited plenary-length lecture at the Summer school 'Corpus methods for social scientists', Lancaster University, 17 July 2014)
  20. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative (corpus) methods in cognitive/usage-based linguistics: some remarks on old and new(er) issues. (invited plenary lecture at the 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Lancaster University, 30 July 2014)
  21. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Statistics for linguists with R". (instructor of a 4-day workshop for faculty and graduate students taught at the University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, 4-7 August 2014)
  22. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Quantitative corpus linguistics with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop for faculty and graduate students at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 11-15 August 2014)
  23. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Statistics for linguistics with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop for faculty and graduate students taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 18-22 August 2014)
  24. Gries, Stefan Th. The most underused method in corpus linguistics: Multi-level and mixed-effects models. (paper at AACL, Northern Arizona University, 26 September 2014)
  25. Gries, Stefan Th. & Allison S. Adelman. Subject realization in Japanese conversation by native and non-native speakers. (paper at GURT 2014 'Usage-based Approaches to Language, Language Learning, and Multilingualism', Georgetown University, 15 March 2014)
  26. Gries, Stefan Th. & Allison S. Adelman. Subject realization in Japanese conversation by native and non-native speakers. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2014, Santa Barbara, CA, 5 November 2014)
  27. Gries, Stefan Th. & Viola G. Miglio (organizers). Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2014. (international conference in Santa Barbara, CA, 4-6 November 2014)
  28. Harris, Michael J. Viola G. Miglio, & Stefan Th. Gries. Intonation as a discourse strategy to signal new and given information in Spanish oral narratives. (poster presented at the 113th Meeting of the Anthropological Association of America. Washington, DC, 6 December 2014)
  29. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Gustar-type verbs: a comparison between L2 learners'& Heritage Speakers' judgments of reverse constructions. (paper at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 2 January 2014)
  30. Miglio, Viola G., Stefan Th. Gries, & Michael J. Harris. Encoding of new and given information in Mexican and Chicano Spanish intonation. (poster presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 4 January 2014)
  31. Miglio, Viola G., Stefan Th. Gries, & Michael J. Harris. Encoding of new and given information in Mexican and Chicano Spanish intonation. (poster presented at CASPSLaP 2014, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 14 March 2014)
  32. Miglio, Viola G., Stefan Th. Gries, & Michael J. Harris. Mexican & Chicano Spanish intonation: Differences related to information structure. (paper at the 6th Annual Conference 'Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching', University of California, Santa Barbara, 5 September 2014)
  33. Wulff, Stefanie, Dylan Attal, & Stefan Th. Gries. Results of a blenderiment: recognizability and similarity in intentional blend formation. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2014, Santa Barbara, CA, 4 November 2014)

2013

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Basic statistics with R. (3-hour pre-conference workshop before the conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics at San Diego State University, 18 January 2013)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Collocations are not necessarily bi-directional … of course (and others)! (paper at the 2013 conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, California State University, San Diego, 19 January 2013)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistic methods in Cognitive Science. (invited colloquium and discussion at the Department of Cognitive Science, University of California, San Diego, 1 February 2013)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. A quantitative corpus-linguistic perspective on usage-based morphology. (invited work group plenary presented at the work group 'Usage-based approaches to morphology' at the Annual Meeting of the German Society for Linguistics, Potsdam, 14 March 2013)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Text processing with R. (talk at the Inaugural Santa Barbara R UseR Group Meetup, Santa Barbara, CA, 4 April 2013)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Phonological explorations. (undergraduate masterclass taught at the Department of Languages & Linguistics, New Mexico State University, 18 April 2013)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Improving corpus-linguistic methods: three small examples / case studies. (invited paper at the workshop/interest group "Cognition/Psychology of Language", Stanford University, 16 May 2013)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics, and psycholinguistics: on their combination and fit. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beihang University, Beijing, 27 May 2013)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative approaches to similarity in cognitive linguistics 1: the phonology of blends. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beihang University, Beijing, 27 May 2013)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative approaches to similarity in cognitive linguistics 2: the phonology of idioms. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beihang University, Beijing, 28 May 2013)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-based ognitive semantics: behavioral profiles for polysemy, synonymy, and antonymy. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beihang University, Beijing, 28 May 2013)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Constructions and their semantics/behavior: collostructional analysis. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beihang University, Beijing, 29 May 2013)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. On frequency in corpora 1: frequencies vs. association measures. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistic, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 29 May 2013)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. On frequency in corpora 2: the broader picture (dispersion, entropies, Zipf, …). (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beihang University, Beijing, 30 May 2013)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. Bottom-up methods in cognitive and corpus linguistics: on letting the data decide. (invited lecture paper at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, 30 May 2013)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. The use of statistical tools/models in cognitive usage-based linguistics. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, 31 May 2013)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus data and experimental data: examples and applications. (invited plenary lecture presented at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, Peking University, Beijing, 31 May 2013)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical reasoning for linguistics. (course taught at the LSA Linguistic Institute at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 24 June - 19 July 2013)
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. So what would a native speaker do? From native-speaker preference to (different) learner preferences. (paper at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2013, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 26 June 2013)
  20. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist at the inaugural panel of the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science. (Lancaster University, 18-19 July 2013)
  21. Gries, Stefan Th. Phonological similarity in differently lexically-specified patterns. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2013, Lancaster University, 24 July 2013)
  22. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Corpus linguists with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop taught at Georgia State University, Atlanta, 1-6 August 2013)
  23. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Statistics for linguists with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop taught at Georgia State University, Atlanta, 8-13 August 2013)
  24. Gries, Stefan Th. Priming (in L1 and L2): an observational-data perspective. (invited plenary lecture at the conference 'Cross-linguistic priming: Perspectives and constraints', Radboud University Nijmegen, 10 September 2013)
  25. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpora and statistics but not in (syntax/)lexis: blending, syntactic alternation, & orthography. (invited lecture at the Linguistic Lunch, Université Paris-Diderot, 19 September 2013)
  26. Gries, Stefan Th. The quantitative turn in linguistics (invited lecture at Université Paris-Diderot, 13 September 2013)
  27. Gries, Stefan Th. Mutual information, collostruction, and the statistical approach to collocations (invited lecture at Université Paris-Diderot, 16 September 2013)
  28. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics and statistical tests with R (invited 3-day workshop at Université Paris-Diderot, 17, 18, and 20 September 2013)
  29. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative reasoning in corpus and usage-based L2 research. (invited paper at the Language Learning Roundtable "Improving quantitative reasoning in second language research" at Georgetown University, 26 October 2013)
  30. Gries, Stefan Th. Some suggestions for better statistics in corpus-based language acquisition research. (invited plenary at the Workshop 'Corpora, tools, and statistical models for language acquisition research', Université Paris 10/CNRS, 12 November 2013)
  31. Gries, Stefan Th. It's about time: more and more sophisticated statistical methods in corpus linguistics. (invited plenary lecture at The 27th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information, and Computation, National Chengchi University, Taipeh, Taiwan, 23 November 2013)
  32. Gries, Stefan Th. & Sandra C. Deshors. What would a native speaker do? (paper at ICAME 2013, Santiago de Compostela, 22 May 2013)
  33. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Differences in prenominal adjective order by native speakers and learners: a two-step regression-analytic procedure. (paper at the 2013 conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics, California State University, San Diego, 18 January 2013)
  34. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Constituent-order alternation phenomena in L2: two multifactorial usage-based case studies. (paper at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2013, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 25 June 2013)
  35. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Narrative function(s) of tense switching: a corpus-based and experimental study of a medieval Icelandic saga. (paper at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study, University of California, Berkeley, 3 May 2013)
  36. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Intonation and information structure in two dialects of Spanish. (paper at the 'Huellas del Tiempo / Traces of Time', XVI Colloquium on Mexican Literature, University of California, Santa Barbara, 8 November 2013)
  37. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. The genitive alternation in Chinese and German ESL learners: a multifactorial corpus study. (paper at the International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English; University of Texas, Austin, 26 September 2013)
  38. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Towards a context-based, multifactorial approach in learner corpus research: the case of prenominal adjective order. (paper at the Second Language Research Forum 2013; Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, 1 November 2013)

2012

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguists with R. (invited 4.5-day workshop taught at the University of Minnesota, 9-13 January 2012)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Linear and logistic regressions with R. (invited 1-day workshop taught at the Humboldt University Berlin, 30 January 2012)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative methods in usage-based/corpus linguistics: problems, misunderstandings, resistance, and solutions. (invited job talk at the Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 13 February 2012)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. From corpus data to statistics to graphs: R, the corpus linguist's all-purpose tool. (invited presentation at the Center for English Language Education in Science and Engineering; Waseda University, Tokyo, 7 March 2012)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Multifactorial (linear and logistic) regression in corpus linguistics: fundamentals and applications. (invited presentation at the workshop 'Statistics, corpora and language learning'; Waseda University and Dokkyo University, Tokyo, 8 March 2012)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Essential statistics for corpus linguistics with R. (invited 4-day workshop taught at the Department of English, University of Birmingham, 14-17 March 2012)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics with R. (invited 3.5-day workshop taught at the Department of Swedish Language, University of Gothenburg, 19-22 March 2012)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. R in linguistics. (invited 3-hr demo/presentation at the Department of Linguistics, California State University Fresno, 26 March 2012)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Frequency data in corpus linguistics: making better use of what corpora have to offer. (invited presentation at the Department of Linguistics, University of Oregon, 20 April 2012)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-based approaches to lexical semantics. (invited 5-day workshop taught at the University of Barcelona, 21-25 May 2012)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics and corpus linguistics with R. (invited 5-day workshop taught at the Department of English, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, 28-29 May & 4-6 June 2012)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Collocations are not necessarily bi-directional … of course (and others)! (paper at ICAME 2012 at the Catholic University of Leuven, 3 June 2012)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Corpus linguists with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 30 July - 4 August 2011)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Statistics for linguists with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 6-11 August 2011)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. Recent developments in corpus-linguistic statistics: some examples, applications, and arguments. (invited plenary lecture at Arizona Linguistics Circle 6 at the University of Arizona, Tucson, 6 October 2012)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. Exploring Digital Humanities. (invited instructor and discussant/respondent at a 3-day doctoral fall school on Digital Humanities at Ghent University, 10-13 October 2012)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics in the humanities: applications and examples. (invited keynote lecture at the University of Ghent Doctoral School Specialist workshop 'Exploring Digital Humanities', 11 October 2012)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th., Tobias Bernaisch, & Joybrato Mukherjee. The dative alternation in South Asian English(es): Modelling predictors and predicting prototypes. (paper at ICAME 2012 at the Catholic University of Leuven, 31 May 2012)
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Prenominal adjective order in Chinese and German L2 English writing. (paper at the Second Language Research Forum 2012, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 20 October 2012)
  20. Harris, Michael J. & Stefan Th. Gries. What can metrics of vowel durational variability tell us about linguistic aptitudes of monolingual and bilingual speakers? (poster presented at the UNESCO's International Mother Language Day Conference "Protecting Identity and Diversity: Language and Cultural Rights" at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 23 February 2012)
  21. Harris, Michael J., Raquel Santana-Paixao, Eva M. Wheeler, Viola G. Miglio, & Stefan Th. Gries. Spanish non-nominative experiencers: a corpus-based analysis. (paper at the LASSO Conference 2012; Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, 11 October 2012)
  22. Harris, Michael J., Raquel Santana-Paixao, Eva M. Wheeler, Viola G. Miglio, & Stefan Th. Gries. Spanish non-nominative experiencers: a corpus-based analysis. (paper at the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2012; University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 26 October 2012)
  23. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Inverse constructions (of the gustar-type) in Spanish heritage speakers: implications for L2 teaching. (paper at the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Azusa Pacific University, 27 October 2012)

2011

  1. Ferraresi, Adriano & Stefan Th. Gries. Type and (?) token frequencies in measures of collocational strength: lexical gravity vs. a few classics. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2011, University of Birmingham, 21 July 2011)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Logistic regressions for linguists with R. (invited 2.75-hrs. workshop/demo taught at the Department of Linguistics / the Department of English of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 25 February 2011)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Marrying corpus linguistics with cognitive linguistics and psycholinguistics: some whys and hows. (invited plenary lecture at the symposium "Exploring the boundaries and applications of Corpus Linguistics", University of Alabama, 16 April 2011)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics with R. (invited 5-day workshop taught at the Department of Linguistics, University of Göttingen, 9-13 May 2011)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguistics with R. (invited 4-day workshop taught at the Department of Linguistics of the University of Cyprus, 6-9 June 2011)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. The quantitative revolution in corpus linguistics: applications and their theoretical implications. (invited plenary lecture at The second tri-annual conference of the International Society for the Linguistics of English, Boston University, 20 June 2011)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative and exploratory corpus approaches to registers and text types. (invited plenary lecture at Corpus Linguistics 2011, University of Birmingham, 22 July 2011)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics with R. (course taught at the LSA Linguistic Institute at the University of Colorado, Boulder, 7 July - 2 August 2011)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Statistics for linguists with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop taught at the University of North Texas, Denton, 8-13 August 2011)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguistics with R. (invited 5-day workshop taught at the Department of English and Linguistics, University of Mainz, 5-9 September 2011)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Cluster analysis and other visualizations with R for linguists. (invited 1-day workshop taught at the Department of English, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, 12 September 2011)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Selected mono- and multifactorial statistics with R. (invited 1-day pre-conference workshop taught at the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, University of Georgia, Athens, 6 October 2011)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Applications in quantitative corpus linguistics: six levels of complexity/granularity. (invited presentation at the Department of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley, 17 October 2011)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. & Martin Hilpert. Modeling diachronic change in a morpho-phonemic alternation. (paper at The second tri-annual conference of the International Society for the Linguistics of English, Boston University, 20 June 2011)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. A multifactorial study of the genitive alternation in L2 English. (paper at the symposium "Exploring the boundaries and applications of Corpus Linguistics", University of Alabama, 16 April 2011)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Constituent-order alternation phenomena in L2: two multifactorial and processing-based case studies. (paper at Learner Corpus Research 2011, University of Louvain, 16 September 2011)
  17. Harris, Michael J. & Stefan Th. Gries. Acoustic correlates of Spanish speech rhythms. (poster presented at the 162nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, CA, 3 November 2011)
  18. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. A multifactorial study of the genitive alternation in L2 English. (paper at The second tri-annual conference of the International Society for the Linguistics of English, Boston University, 17 June 2011)
  19. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. The genitive alternation in German and Chinese L2 English. (paper at the American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL) 2011 Conference, Georgia State University, 8 October 2011)
  20. Yoon, Jiyoung & Stefan Th. Gries. Organization of the workshop "Construction Grammar beyond English: observational and experimental approaches" (workshop held at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea 2011, Universidad de La Rioja, 9 September 2011)

2010

  1. Doğruöz, A. Seza & Stefan Th. Gries. The spread of variation in Turkish spoken in the Netherlands. (paper at the 34th International LAUD Symposium, University of Koblenz-Landau, 17 March 2010)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Data-driven approaches in corpus linguistics: register variation, temporal stages, and temporal change. (invited colloquium at the Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, 15 January 2010)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Constructional knowledge of second/foreign language learners: verb-specificity and priming effects. (invited job talk at the Department of English, University of Vienna, 27 January 2010)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. The right level of corpus analysis: the role of time and space and … register. (invited colloquium at the Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 25 February 2010)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Sources of variability relevant to the (cognitive) sociolinguist, and quantitative corpus methods to handle them. (invited plenary lecture at the 34th International LAUD Symposium, University of Koblenz-Landau, 17 March 2010)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Five issues and lessons regarding the quantitative analysis of linguistic data. (invited colloquium presented at the Department of Linguistics and Technical Communication, University of North Texas, Denton, 31 March 2010)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Data in cognitive linguistics: combining data from corpora and experiments. (invited colloquium presented at the Department of Linguistics and Technical Communication, University of North Texas, Denton, 1 April 2010)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Data-driven approaches in corpus linguistics: register variation, temporal stages, and temporal change. (invited colloquium at the Department of Linguistics, University of California, San Diego, 12 April 2010)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics, linguistic theory, and (psycho)linguistic models: some comments plus implications for the study of variation in corpora. (invited plenary lecture at ICAME 31, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, 28 May 2010)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist at the panel "Corpora and multi-method approaches". (at ICAME 31, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, 29 May 2010)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus data on blend formation: psycho/cognitive-linguistic perspectives. (invited plenary lecture at the International Conference on Lexical Blending, University of Lyon, 11 June 2010)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguists with R. (invited 5-day workshop taught at the University of Granada, 21-25 June 2010)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Behavioral profiles in corpus linguistics: from lexical relations to the humanities-social sciences debate. (invited paper at the section on corpus linguistics at the 2010 Conference of the International Association of University Professors of English, Sliema, Malta, 22 July 2010)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Quantitative corpus linguistics with R". (co-organizer and instructor of a 5.5-day workshop taught at the University of North Texas, Denton, 9-15 August 2010)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited participant at the 5-day workshop "Towards a Methods Commons [in the digital humanities]" organized by Geoffrey Rockwell, Department of Philosophy and Director of the Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 16-20 August 2010.
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-based approaches in Construction Grammar: current applications and future potentials. (invited plenary lecture at the 6th International Conference on Construction Grammar, Czech Academy of Sciences, 4 September 2010)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited discussant (with Joan Bybee & Ulrike Gut) in data sessions for FRIAS doctoral students. (at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies, Freiburg, 6-10 September 2010)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist (with Joan Bybee) at the panel "Cognitive underpinnings of frequency counts". (at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies, Freiburg, 7 September 2010)
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. Distributional differences of lexical and grammatical phenomena across registers/genres. (invited lecture at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies, Freiburg, 8 September 2010)
  20. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist (with Benedikt Szmrecsanyi & Sascha Diwersy) at the panel "Problem cases in corpus analysis". (at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies, Freiburg, 8 September 2010)
  21. Gries, Stefan Th. Retrieval from corpora and/or cluster analyses and diagnostics (in R). (invited lecture at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies, Freiburg, 9 September 2010)
  22. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist (with Ulrike Gut) at the panel "Shared uses of corpora for morphosyntacticians and phonologists – differences in perspectives and methods?" (at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies, Freiburg, 9 September 2010)
  23. Gries, Stefan Th. Alliterations in idioms: random or motivated, and if motivated, how so? (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2010, University of California, San Diego, 17 September 2010)
  24. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Second language acquisition alternations: the genitive alternation in German ESL. (invited paper at the English Language Institute, University of Michigan, 19 July 2010)
  25. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. A constructionist approach to measuring accuracy in L2 production. (poster presented at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2010, University of California, San Diego, 17 September 2010)

2009

  1. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries. Organization of the theme session "Converging and diverging evidence: corpora and other (cognitive) phenomena?" (at Corpus Linguistics 2009, University of Liverpool, 20 July 2009)
  2. Nick C. Ellis, Ute Römer, Matthew Brook O'Donnell, Stefan Th. Gries, & Stefanie Wulff. Measuring the formulaicity of language. (paper at AAAL 2009, Denver, CO, 24 March 2009)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics with R: a practical introduction. (invited 3-day workshop taught at Northwestern University, 2-4 May 2009)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical methods in usage-based linguistics. (invited lecture at Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, 20 April 2009)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics with R: a practical introduction. (invited 5-day workshop taught at Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, 13-17 April 2009)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguistics with R: a (very brief) practical introduction. (invited multi-day workshop taught at the University of São Paulo, April 2009)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical data and methodological pluralism: future directions in cognitive linguistics. (invited lecture at the University of São Paulo, 24 April 2009)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguistics with R: monofactorial tests and beyond. (invited workshop taught at Uppsala University, 18-19 May 2009)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. More extreme distributional analyses: quantitative corpus work on lexical dispersion, (near) synonymy, and temporal stages. (invited research seminar at Uppsala University, 20 May 2009)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguistics with R: a (very brief) practical introduction. (invited workshop taught at the Department of English, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, 25 May 2009)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Bottom-up approaches in corpus linguistics: exploring temporal, geographic, register, and grammatical variation. (invited paper at the Department of English, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, 25 May 2009)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. Phonology where you might not expect it: word coinage, syntactic alternations, multi-word units. (invited paper at the Department for English studies, University of Leipzig, 26 May 2009)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. Taking distributional data more seriously in corpus linguistics: applications to words, patterns, and meanings. (invited paper at the Department of Linguistics, University of Toronto, June 2009)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. Bigrams in registers, domains, and varieties: a bigram gravity approach to the homogeneity of corpora. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2009, University of Liverpool, 22 July 2009)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus and corpus analysis in language and literary sciences. (invited summer school taught at the European Summer School "Culture and Technology", University of Leipzig, 27-31 July 2009)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. Bootcamp "Quantitative corpus linguistics with R". (local organizer and instructor of a 5-day workshop taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 5-11 August 2009)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics and theoretical linguistics: a love-hate relationship. (invited plenary lecture at the Conference of the American Association of Corpus Linguistics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 11 October 2009)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. Logistic regressions at work: applications in applied and historical linguistics. (invited lecture at the Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, 4 November 2009)
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. Logistic regression with R for (corpus) linguists: a hands-on workshop. (invited workshop taught at the Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, 5 November 2009)
  20. Gries, Stefan Th. & Dagmar S. Divjak. Organization of a theme session "Frequency effects in language" (planned for the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2009 which was to be held at the University of California, Berkeley)
  21. Gries, Stefan Th. & Mark Myslín. k dixez?: A corpus study of Spanish Internet orthography. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2009, University of Liverpool, 23 July 2009)
  22. Gries, Stefan Th., John Newman, Cyrus Shaoul, & Philip Dilts. N-grams and the clustering of genres. (paper at the workshop Corpus, colligation, register variation at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft, University of Osnabrück, 6 March 2009)
  23. Gries, Stefan Th. & Martin Hilpert. Assessing frequency changes in multistage diachronic corpora: bottom-up visual methods to identify stages and trends. (paper at the International conference on Middle and Modern English corpus linguistics, University of Innsbruck, 9 July 2009)
  24. Hilpert, Martin & Stefan Th. Gries. From interdental to alveolar in the third person singular: a multifactorial, verb- and author-specific exploratory approach. (paper at the International conference on Middle and Modern English corpus linguistics, University of Innsbruck, 8 July 2009)
  25. Otani, Naoki & Stefan Th. Gries. Behavioral profiles: a corpus-based perspective on synonymy and antonymy. (paper at ICAME 30, University of Lancaster, 28 May 2009)
  26. Miglio, Viola G. & Stefan Th. Gries. Narrative function(s) of tense switching: a corpus-based application to medieval Icelandic sagas. (paper at the Conference of the American Association of Corpus Linguistics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 9 October 2009)
  27. Mukherjee, Joybrato & Stefan Th. Gries. Lexical gravity across varieties of English: an ICE-based study of speech and writing in Asian Englishes. (paper at ICAME 30, University of Lancaster, 31 May 2009)
  28. Wilson, Christine, Stefan Th. Gries, Joy Lynn Brasfield, & Lawrence W. Barsalou. Hierarchical clustering of abstract and concrete nouns. (poster presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, VU University Amsterdam, 1 August 2009)
  29. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Constructions in learner language: corpus-linguistic and experimental evidence. (paper at AAAL 2009, Denver, CO, 24 March 2009)

2008

  1. Berez, Andrea L. & Stefan Th. Gries. In defense of corpus-based methods: a behavioral profile analysis of polysemous get in English. (paper at the 2008 Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of Washington, Seattle, 3 May 2008)
  2. Berez, Andrea L. & Stefan Th. Gries. Middle voice marking in Dena'ina iteratives: how syntax and semantics interact. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2009, Case Western University, 18 October 2008).
  3. Forbes, Angus & Stefan Th. Gries. Corpus Browser: an intuitive and interactive corpus tool. (software demo presented at ICAME 29, org. by the University of Zürich, 16 May 2008)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Retrieving corpus-linguistic data from corpora with R. (invited pre-conference workshop at AACL, Brigham Young University, 12 March 2008)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Measures of dispersion in corpus data: a critical review and a suggestion. (paper at AACL, Brigham Young University, 14 March 2008)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Finding groups in chronologically-ordered data. (stand-up paper at the conference and masterclass in Corpus Methods in Linguistics and Language Pedagogy (CMLLP) 2008 at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, 27 March 2008)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. R for corpus linguistics. (invited masterclass taught at the conference and masterclass in Corpus Methods in Linguistics and Language Pedagogy (CMLLP) 2008 at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, 28 March 2008)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguists using R. (invited masterclass taught at the conference and masterclass in Corpus Methods in Linguistics and Language Pedagogy (CMLLP) 2008 at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, 29 March 2008)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Invited panelist (with presentation) at the panel discussion "Frequency in corpora" (at ICAME 29, org. by the University of Zürich, 16 May 2008)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistische Ansätze in der (Korpus)Linguistik: Probleme und Lösungen. (invited presentation at the Department of English (Linguistics), University of Bamberg, 25 June 2008)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for linguists with R: applications. (invited workshop taught at the Department of English (Linguistics), University of Bamberg, 26-27 June 2008)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. & Joybrato Mukherjee. Collostructional nativisation in New Englishes: a pilot study of verb-construction associations in the International Corpus of English. (poster presented at ICAME 29, org. by the University of Zürich, 15 May 2008)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. All the software a corpus linguist could ever want … R. (invited masterclass taught at the International Seminar "New Trends in Corpus Linguistics for Language Teaching and Translation Studies", University of Granada, 22 September 2008)
  14. Gries, Stefan Th. The role of statistics in corpus linguistics: some problems of the present and prospects of the future. (invited plenary lecture at the International Seminar "New Trends in Corpus Linguistics for Language Teaching and Translation Studies", University of Granada, 23 September 2008)
  15. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantification and converging evidence in cognitive linguistics: what I'd like to see more of, and what I'd like to see less of. (invited plenary lecture at the Third International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, University of Leipzig, 26 September 2008)
  16. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpora and grammar. (invited plenary lecture at the SALT 2008 corpus workshop, University of Uppsala, 4 December 2008)
  17. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical approaches in corpus linguistics: applications from syntax and lexis/semantics and their validation. (invited plenary lecture at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Taiwan, National Taiwan University, 13 December 2008)
  18. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics. (invited workshop taught at the National Taiwan University, 14 December 2008)
  19. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics: methods, applications, examples. (invited paper at the Academia Sinica, Taipei, 15 December 2008)
  20. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistical applications in linguistic research: examples from morphology, syntax, and semantics. (invited paper at the Academia Sinica, Taipei, 15 December 2008)
  21. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. To- vs. ing-complementation: corpus- and psycholinguistic evidence on their meaning and distribution. (paper at the Third International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, University of Leipzig, 26 September 2008)
  22. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. To- vs. ing-complementation of advanced foreign language learners: corpus- and psycholinguistic evidence. (paper at the 33rd International LAUD Symposium, University of Koblenz-Landau, 11 March 2008)
  23. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructions in SLA: corpus- and psycholinguistic evidence. (paper at the 15th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA 2008), University of Duisburg-Essen, 24-29 August 2008)

2007

  1. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries. Clusters in the mind? Converging evidence from near-synonymy in Russian. (paper at the Second Conference of the UK-Cognitive Linguistics Association, Cardiff University, 30 August 2007)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Resampling corpora: investigating the ranges and sources of variation within and between corpora. (paper at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Anaheim, CA, 6 January 2007)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Finding groups in chronologically-ordered corpus data: variability-based neighbor clustering. (invited paper at the Colloquium of the Linguistics Department, Rice University, 22 February 2007)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Cluster analysis: a practical introduction with R (for Windows). (invited workshop at the University of Sheffield, 21 May 2007)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Finding groups in chronologically-ordered corpus data: variance-based neighbor clustering. (paper at ICAME 28, hosted by the R & D Unit for English Studies at the University of Central England, Birmingham, 26 May 2007)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Pre-conference statistics tutorial (invited tutorial taught at ICAME 28, hosted by the R & D Unit for English Studies at the University of Central England, Birmingham, 23 May 2007)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. The corpus linguist's Swiss Army Knife: R (invited workshop at The English Language Institute of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 13 June 2007)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. & Dagmar Divjak S. Quantifying meaning: where do the English and Russians start/begin? (paper at the 10th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Cracow, 16 July 2007)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Finding groups in chronologically-ordered corpus data: variance-based neighbor clustering. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2007, University of Birmingham, 28 July 2007)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. Measures of dispersion for corpus data: an overview and a suggestion. (paper at Corpus Linguistics 2007, University of Birmingham, 28 July 2007)
  11. Gries, Stefan Th. Frequency effects in cognitive-functional linguistics: some problems and some strategies. (invited plenary lecture at the 40th Annual Meeting of Societas Linguistica Europaea, University of Joensuu, 31 August 2007)
  12. Stoll, Sabine & Stefan Th. Gries. The acquisition of Russian aspect: how to measure development. (paper at the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association 2007 Conference, University of Chicago, 13 October 2007)
  13. Gries, Stefan Th. A plea for bottom-up approaches: diachronic changes and synchronic semantics. (invited presentation at the University of Jena, 19 December 2007)

2006

  1. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries. Ways of trying in Russian: clustering behavioral profiles. (poster presented at The Second Biennial Conference on Cognitive Science, St. Petersburg State University, 13 June 2006)
  2. Divjak, Dagmar S. & Stefan Th. Gries. Corpus-based behavioral profiles as a means of semantic analysis. (paper at The Seventh High Desert International Linguistics Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 11 November 2006)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Resampling corpora: investigating the ranges and sources of variation within and between corpora. (paper at ICAME 27, University of Helsinki, 25 May 2006)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus data in usage-based linguistics: What's the right degree of granularity for the analysis of argument structure constructions? (paper at The Fourth International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG4), University of Tokyo, 2 September 2006; also accepted at Language, Culture, and Mind 2, École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Resampling corpora: investigating the ranges and sources of variation within and between corpora. (paper at American Association of Applied Corpus Linguistics, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, 21 October 2006)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus data in usage-based linguistics: What's the right degree of granularity for the analysis of argument structure constructions? (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2006, University of California, San Diego, 3 November 2006)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Phonological similarity in multi-word symbolic units. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2006, University of California, San Diego, 5 November 2006)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus linguistics with R. (invited 10-session workshop at Zhejiang Forestry University, China, July 2006)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. Statistics for corpus linguistics with R. (invited 6-session workshop at Zhejiang Forestry University, China, July 2006)
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. & Caroline V. David. This is kind of/sort of interesting: variation in hedging in English. (paper at ICAME 27, University of Helsinki, 28 May 2006)
  11. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Prefer to construe vs. prefer construing: a corpus-linguistic perspective on non-finite sentential complementation. (stand-up paper at The Seventh High Desert International Linguistics Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 11 November 2006)
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. The importance of adequate frequency data: examples from phonology to discourse data. (invited presentation at the University of Jena, 20 December 2006)

2005

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Collostructional analysis: an introductory workshop with exercises. (invited workshop at the University of Groningen, 7 April 2005) (go to http://tinyurl.com/collostructions for the Collostructional Analysis resource page)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Some proposals towards more rigorous corpus linguistics. (invited presentation at the workshop "The scope and limits of corpus linguistics – empiricism in the description and analysis of English", Freie Universität Berlin, 11 June 2005)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Cognitive determinants of subtractive word-formation processes: A corpus-based perspective on uniqueness/recognition points. (paper at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2005, Yonsei University, 21 July 2005)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Resampling corpora. (paper at the workshop "Corpus statistics: objectives, methods, problems", University of Leipzig, 29 September 2005)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Resampling corpora. (paper at the 2nd workshop of the Construction Grammar Network Germany, University of Jena, 2 October 2005)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus-based behavioral profiles as a means of semantic analysis. (invited presentation at the theme session "Cognitive approaches to lexical semantics" at the First UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Sussex, 23 October 2005)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. & Katharina Haberl. Compiling and annotating a bilingual acquisition corpus. (paper at the workshop "Building corpora: approaches, structures, pitfalls", Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, 16 June 2005)
  8. Gries, Stefan Th., Beate Hampe, & Doris Schönefeld. Corpus data and constructional polysemy. (paper at the First UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Sussex, 24 October 2005)
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Foreign language learners have constructions: evidence from priming, sorting, and corpora. (paper at the second meeting of the Construction Grammar Network Germany, University of Jena, 1 October 2005)
  10. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Organization of a theme session "Language system and language use: corpus-based approaches" at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2005, Yonsei University, 21 July 2005)
  11. Wulff, Stefanie, Stefan Th. Gries, & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Brutal Brits and argumentative Americans: what collostructional analysis can tell us about lectal variation. (paper at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2005, Yonsei University, 29 July 2005)

2004

  1. Gries, Stefan Th., Beate Hampe, & Doris Schönefeld. Converging evidence: bringing together experimental and corpus data on the association of verbs and constructions. (paper at the International Conference on Construction Grammar 3, Université Aix-Marseille III, 8 July 2004)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th., Beate Hampe, & Doris Schönefeld. Converging evidence II: More on the association of verbs and constructions. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2004, University of Alberta, 10 October 2004)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th., Beate Hampe, & Doris Schönefeld. A collostructional perspective on constructional polysemy: data and implications. (paper at Current Trends in Cognitive Linguistics, University of Hamburg, 11 December 2004)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Clustering collexemes to identify constructions' sense extensions. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2004, University of Alberta, 10 October 2004)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Do foreign language learners also have constructions? Interrelated evidence from priming, sorting, and corpora. (poster presented at the International Conference on Construction Grammar 3, Université Aix-Marseille III, 9 July 2004)
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Do foreign language learners also have constructions? Interrelated evidence from priming, sorting, and corpora. (poster presented at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2004, University of Alberta, 9 October 2004)
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Foreign language learners have constructions: evidence from priming, sorting, and corpora. (invited presentation at the University of Jena, 26 November 2004)
  8. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Co-varying collexemes. (paper at the International Conference on Construction Grammar 3, Université Aix-Marseille III, 10 July 2004)
  9. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Prefer to construe vs. prefer construing: a corpus-linguistic perspective on non-finite sentential complementation (paper at Current Trends in Cognitive Linguistics, University of Hamburg, 11 December 2004)

2003

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. New perspectives on old alternations. (paper at CLS 39, Chicago, IL, 10 April 2003)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. The many meanings of to run: cognitive linguistics meets corpus-based linguistics (paper at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2003, Universidad de La Rioja, 22 July 2003)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Constructions' preferences concerning how their argument slots are filled: results and implications of collostructional analysis. (invited presentation at the Functional Grammar Circle, University of Copenhagen, 26 November 2003)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Organization of a theme session "Language between mind and text: the use of corpora in cognitive linguistics" (at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2003, Universidad de La Rioja, 22 July 2003)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Extending collostructional analysis: a corpus-based perspective on 'alternations'. (paper at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2003, Universidad de La Rioja, 25 July 2003)
  6. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Collostructional analysis: three corpus-based methods for investigating the relationship between words and constructions. (invited presentation at the Max Planck Institute EVA, Leipzig, 9 December 2003)

2002

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Some characteristics of English morphological blends (paper at CLS 38, Chicago, IL, 26 April 2002)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Isn't that fantabulous? How similarity motivates intentional morphological blends in English. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 6, Rice University, Houston, TX, 12 October 2002)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch. Collostructions: on the interaction between verbs and constructions. (paper at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 6, Rice University, Houston, TX, 13 October 2002)
  4. Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries. Givenness and linear precedence: a construction-grammar approach. (paper at the International Conference on Construction Grammar 2, 2002, University of Helsinki, 6 September 2002)

2001

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Evidence in linguistics: Three approaches to genitives in English (paper at LACUS 29, Université du Québec à Montréal; 3 August 2001, cf. below at prizes)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Cognitive determinants of implicit quantification: evidence from Danish, English and German (paper at International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2001, University of California, Santa Barbara, 27 July 2001)

2000

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Particle movement: a multifactorial approach (invited paper at the Workshop on particle verbs, University of Leipzig, 5 February 2000)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Towards multifactorial analyses of syntactic variation: the case of preposition stranding. (invited presentation at the Graduiertenkolleg "Universalität und Diversität: Sprachliche Strukturen und Prozesse", University of Leipzig, 12 July 2000)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Particle placement: a multifactorial analysis of syntactic variation (paper at LACUS 28, Rice University, Houston, TX, 26 July 2000, cf. below at prizes)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Particle movement: a multifactorial analysis of syntactic variation (paper at the conference of the International Quantitative Linguistics Association, Prague, 26 August 2000)
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. Preposition stranding in English: predicting speakers' behavior. (paper at Western Conference on Linguistics 2000, California State University, Fresno, 27 October 2000)

* This list does not include consulting activities, lectures/colloquia in departments or Ph.D. emphases with which I am/was affiliated, or workshop organization/supervision/sponsoring regarding SCUL/CLaW.


In progress / under review (contents, titles, and (orders of) authors may still change)

Book projects

  1. Gries, Stefan Th. Towards a unified tupleization of corpus linguistics
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. & Stefanie Wulff. Blends and other subtractive word-formation processes.
  3. Souza, Andre L., Heliana R. Mello, Jûlia Zara, Crysttian Arantes Paixão, & Stefan Th. Gries. Estatística com R para linguistas. (a Portuguese translation of 2013c)

Papers & chapters

  1. Carrasco Ortíz, Elia Haydee, Mark Amengual, & Stefan Th. Gries. Cross-language effects of phonological and orthographic similarity in cognate word recognition in the L1 and L2.
  2. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. Analyses for comparing learner data. In Nicole Tracy-Ventura & Magali Paquot (eds.), Routledge Handbook of SLA and Corpora. New York: Routledge.
  3. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. Mandative subjunctive vs. should in world Englishes: A new take on an old alternation.
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. 15 years of collostructions: some long overdue additions/corrections (to/of actually all sorts of corpus-linguistics measures).
  5. Gries, Stefan Th. On, or against?, (just) frequency. In Hans C. Boas (ed.), Applications of cognitive linguistics. Boston & Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
  6. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics: quantitative methods. In Carol A. Chapelle (ed.), The concise encyclopedia of applied linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  7. Gries, Stefan Th. Managing synchronic corpus data with the British National Corpus (BNC). In Andrea Berez-Kroeker, Brad McDonnell, Eve Koller, & Lauren Collister (eds.), MIT Open Handbook of Linguistic Data Management. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  8. Gries, Stefan Th. The 'analytical search space'and its impact on quantitative results: a stepwise exploration of native and non-native subject realization in Japanese.
  9. Gries, Stefan Th. TBA. In Alison Johnson & Malcolm Coulthard (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics. 2nd ed. New York: Routledge.
  10. Gries, Stefan Th. & Sandra C. Deshors. Statistical analyses of learner corpus data. In Nicole Tracy-Ventura & Magali Paquot (eds.), Routledge Handbook of SLA and Corpora. New York: Routledge.
  11. Gries, Stefan Th., Benedikt Heller, & Nina Sophie Funke. The role of gender in postcolonial syntactic choice-making: evidence from the genitive alternation in British and Sri Lankan English. In Tobias J. Bernaisch (ed.), Gender in World Englishes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  12. Gries, Stefan Th. & Magali Paquot. Measuring lexicogrammar. In Paula Winke & Tineke Brunfaut (eds.), Routledge Handbook of SLA and Language Testing. New York: Routledge.
  13. Rühlemann, Christoph & Stefan Th. Gries. How do speakers disambiguate multi-functional words? The case of well..
  14. Wulff, Stefanie & Stefan Th. Gries. Particle placement in learner English: Measuring effects of context, first language, and individual variation.

Talks & workshops

  1. Deshors, Sandra C. & Stefan Th. Gries. Mandative subjunctive vs. should in world Englishes: A new take on an old alternation. (paper at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference 2019, Atlanta, GA, 09-12 March 2019)
  2. Gries, Stefan Th. Quantitative corpus-linguistic applications: words, multi-word units, and constructions. (invited LangSci colloquium at UC Irvine's new Department of Language Science, 19 November 2018)
  3. Gries, Stefan Th. Regression modeling for learner corpus and SLA research (invited 8-hour workshop at the Institute for Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw, 10-15 June 2019)
  4. Gries, Stefan Th. Corpus linguistics (invited course at the 2019 LSA Linguistics Institute at UC Davis, 24 June - 21 July 2019)
  5. Paquot, Magali, Hubert Naets, & Stefan Th. Gries. Tracing phraseological complexity develop-ment in a longitudinal learner corpus with verb + object cooccurrences. (paper at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference 2019, Atlanta, GA, 09-12 March 2019)
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  7. Slocum, Brian & Stefan Th. Gries. TBA. (paper at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, New Orleans, LA, 5 January 2019)
  8. Slocum Brian & Stefan Th. Gries. The scope and limits of corpus analysis for legal interpretation. (paper at the Fourth Annual Law & Corpus Linguistics Conference, Provo, UT, 7-9 February 2019


Additional information (grants/prizes, ad hoc reviewing, programming, collaborators, memberships, other, copyright notice)*

Grants, prizes, awards, prestigious positions

* This list does not include annual travel grants from the UCSB Academic Senate.

Ad-hoc reviewing and scientific committees

Overview of my (past and present) collaborators (in alphabetical order)

Evangelia Adamou, Lawrence W. Barsalou, Andrea L. Berez, Tobias J. Bernaisch, Caroline V. David, Mark Davies, Sandra C. Deshors, Dagmar S. Divjak, A. Seza Doǧruöz, John W. Du Bois, Philip Durrant, Nick C. Ellis, Adriano Ferraresi, Angus Forbes, Gaëtanelle Gilquin, Matthew Gordon, Beate Hampe, Benedikt Heller, Martin Hilpert, Marlies Jansegers, Zhou Jing-Schmidt, Gerrit Jan Kootstra, Nicholas A .Lester, Heliana Ribeiro de Mello, Viola G. Miglio, Fermín Moscoso del Prado Martín, Joybrato Mukherjee, Mark Myslín, John Newman, Minerva Oropeza-Escobar, Naoki Otani, Magali Paquot, Christoph Rühlemann, André Luiz Souza, Doris Schönefeld, Cyrus Shaoul, Anatol Stefanowitsch, Sabine Stoll, Alexander Wahl, Stefanie Wulff, Jiyoung Yoon

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