Publications by Kerstin Fischer

Books

[GlynnEtal10]
Dylan Glynn and Kerstin Fischer, editors. Quantitative Methods in Cognitive Semantics: Corpus-driven Approaches. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2010. [ http ]
[StefanowitschEtal08]
Anatol Stefanowitsch and Kerstin Fischer, editors. Konstruktionsgrammatik II: Von der Konstruktion zur Grammatik. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2008. [ http ]
[FetzerEtal07]
Anita Fetzer and Kerstin Fischer, editors. Lexical Markers of Common Grounds. Number 3 in Studies in Pragmatics. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2007. [ http ]
[Fischer06f]
Kerstin Fischer, editor. Approaches to Discourse Particles. Number 1 in Studies in Pragmatics. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2006. [ http ]
[FischerEtal06]
Kerstin Fischer and Anatol Stefanowitsch, editors. Konstruktionsgrammatik: Von der Anwendung zur Theorie. Stauffenburg, 2006. [ http ]
[Fischer06j]
Kerstin Fischer. What Computer Talk Is and Is not: Human-Computer Conversation as Intercultural Communication, volume 17 of Linguistics - Computational Linguistics. Saarbrücken: AQ, 2006. [ http ]
[Fischer00]
Kerstin Fischer. From Cognitive Semantics to Lexical Pragmatics: The Functional Polysemy of Discourse Particles. Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, New York, 2000. [ http ]


Journal Articles

[Fischer14c]
Kerstin Fischer. The many functions of linguistic labels - Commentary on Katerina Pastra. AMD Newsletter, 11(1):9-10, 2014. [ .PDF ]
[LohanEtal12]
Katrin S. Lohan, Katharina J. Rohlfing Rohlfing, Karola Pitsch, Joe Saunders, Hagen Lehmann, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv, Kerstin Fischer, and Britta Wrede. Tutor spotter: Proposing a feature set and evaluating it in a robotic system. International Journal of Social Robotics, 4(2):131-146, 2012. [ http ]
[Fischer11]
Kerstin Fischer. How people talk with robots - designing dialog to reduce user uncertainty. AI Magazine, 32(4):31-38, 2011. [ http ]
[FischerEtal11]
Kerstin Fischer, Kilian Foth, Katharina Rohlfing, and Britta Wrede. Mindful tutors - linguistic choice and action demonstration in speech to infants and to a simulated robot. Interaction Studies, 12(1):134-161, 2011.
[Fischer10f]
Kerstin Fischer. Beyond the sentence: Constructions, frames and spoken interaction. Constructions and Frames, 2(2):185-207, 2010. [ .pdf ]
[MaroccoEtal10]
Davide Marocco, Angelo Cangelosi, Kerstin Fischer, and Toni Belpaeme. Grounding action words in the sensory-motor interaction with the world: Experiments with the icub humanoid robot. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 4(7):1-15, 2010.
[CangelosiEtal10]
Angelo Cangelosi, Giogio Metta, Gerhard Sagerer, Stefano Nolfi, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv, Kerstin Fischer, Jun Tani, Toni Belpaeme, G. Sandini, L. Fadiga, Britta Wrede, Katharina Rohlfing, Elio Tuci, Kerstin Dautenhahn, Joe Saunders, and Arne Zeschel. Integration of action and language knowledge: A roadmap for developmental robotics. IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development, 2(3):167 - 195, 2010.
[Fischer10g]
Kerstin Fischer. Why it is interesting to investigate how people talk to computers and robots: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Pragmatics, 42:2349-2354, 2010.
[Fischer10h]
Kerstin Fischer. Har du talt med din maskine i dag? Kommunikationsforum.dk, 4. August 2010 2010. [ http ]
[MeyEtal10]
Jacob Mey, Hartmut Haberland, and Kerstin Fischer. Editorial. Pragmatics and Society, 1(1):1-8, 2010.
[BatlinerEtal03]
Anton Batliner, Kerstin Fischer, Richard Huber, Jörg Spilker, and Elmar Nöth. How to find trouble in communication. Speech Communication, 40(1-2):117-143, 2003.
[Fischer02]
Kerstin Fischer. The interactive constitution of word meaning: Participant strategies in defining cognitive and cognitive linguistics. Revue de Sémantique et Pragmatique, (12):145-176, 2002.
[MoratzEtal01]
Reinhard Moratz, Kerstin Fischer, and Thora Tenbrink. Cognitive modelling of spatial reference for human-robot interaction. International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools, 10(4):589-611, 2001. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer00b]
Kerstin Fischer. Discourse particles, turn-taking, and the semantics-pragmatics interface. Revue de Sémantique et Pragmatique, 8:111-137, 2000. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer00c]
Kerstin Fischer. What is a situation? Gothenburg Papers in Computational Linguistics, 00-05:85-92, 2000. [ .pdf ]
[DiewaldFischer98]
Gabriele Diewald and Kerstin Fischer. Zur diskursiven und modalen Funktion von aber, auch, doch und ja in Instruktionsdialogen. Linguistica, 38(1):75-99, 1998. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer98c]
Kerstin Fischer. Validating semantic analyses of discourse particles. Journal of Pragmatics, 29:111- 127, 1998.
[FischerDrescher96]
Kerstin Fischer and Martina Drescher. Methods for the description of discourse particles: Contrastive analyses. Language Sciences, 18(3-4):853-861, 1996.
[FischerEtal96]
Kerstin Fischer, Britta Wrede, Christel Brindöpke, and Michaela Johanntokrax. Quantitative und funktionale Analysen von Diskurspartikeln im Computer Talk. Sprache und Datenverarbeitung, 21(1-2):85-100, 1996.
[Fischer]
Kerstin Fischer. Conversation, construction grammar, and cognition. Language and Cognition, t.a.


Papers in Conference Proceedings

[Fischer14]
Kerstin Fischer. Alignment or collaboration? how implicit views of communication influence robot design. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Cooperative Technological Systems, Minnesota, May 19-23, 2014, 2014.
[FischerEtal14]
Kerstin Fischer, Lars Christian Jensen, and Leon Bodenhagen. To beep or not to beep is not the whole question. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Robotics, Sydney, Australia, 2014.
[FischerEtal14b]
Kerstin Fischer, Bianca Soto, Caroline Pantofaru, and Leila Takayama. The role of social framing in initiating human-robot interaction. In Proceedings of Ro-Man '14, 2014.
[MarhenkeFischer14]
Ilka Marhenke, Kerstin Fischer, and Thiusius Rajeeth Savarimuthu. Reasons for singularity in robot teleoperation. In Human-Robot Interaction Conference 2014, Late Breaking Results, Bielefeld, Germany, 2014.
[Fischer14d]
Kerstin Fischer, Katrin Lohan, Katharina Rohlfing, and Kilian Foth. Partner orientation in asymmetric communication: Evidence from contingent robot response. In Human-Robot Interaction Conference 2014, Workshop on Humans and Robots in Asymmetric Interactions, Bielefeld, Germany, 2014. [ .PDF ]
[AusderWieschen14]
Maria Aus der Wieschen, Kerstin Fischer, and Kamil Kulinsky. Intuitive error resolution strategies during robot demonstration. In Human-Robot Interaction Conference 2014, Late Breaking Results, Bielefeld, Germany, 2014. Nominated for best poster award.
[Kirstein14]
Franziska Kirstein, Kerstin Fischer, and Dorte Sølvason. Human embodiment creates problems for robot learning by demonstration using a control panel. In Human-Robot Interaction Conference 2014, Late Breaking Results, Bielefeld, Germany, 2014.
[Fischer14e]
Kerstin Fischer. Cognitive architecture for taking the partner into account. In Human-Robot Interaction Conference 2014, Workshop on Cognitive Architectures, Bielefeld, Germany, 2014. [ .PDF ]
[FischerEtal14c]
Kerstin Fischer, Katrin S. Lohan, Katharina Rohlfing, and Kilian Foth. Partner orientation in asymmetric communication: Evidence from contingent robot response. In Proceedings of the HRI'14 Workshop on Humans and Robots in Asymmetric Interactions. March 3rd, 2014, Bielefeld, Germany, 2014.
[FischerEtal13b]
Kerstin Fischer, Katrin S. Lohan, Joe Saunders, Chrystopher Nehaniv, Britta Wrede, and Katharina Rohlfing. The impact of the contingency of robot feedback on HRI. San Diego, May 20-24 2013. [ .pdf ]
[FischerEtal13]
Kerstin Fischer, Katrin Lohan, Chrystopher Nehaniv, and Hagen Lehmann. Effects of different kinds of robot feedback. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Robotics. Berlin: Springer, 2013.
[LohanEtal13]
Katrin Lohan, Kerstin Fischer, Christian Dondrup, and Chrystopher Nehaniv. Where do people look when tutoring a robot? In Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Gaze in HRI, Tokyo, Japan, 2013. HRI 2013. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer12b]
Kerstin Fischer. Contingency, projection and attention to common ground as major design principles for robot feedback. In Proceedings of the Workshop on 'Robot Feedback in Human-Robot Interaction: How to Make a Robot 'Readable' for a Human Interaction Partner', at the 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, RoMan'12, Paris, France, September 2012. [ http ]
[Fischer12c]
Kerstin Fischer. Human tutors intuitively reduce complexity in socially guided embodied grammar learning. In Proceedings of the 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, RoMan'12, pages 871-877, Paris, September 2012. [ .pdf ]
[FischerEtal12]
Kerstin Fischer, Katrin Lohan, and Kilian Foth. Levels of embodiment: Linguistic analyses of factors influencing HRI. In Proceedings of HRI'12, Boston, Mass., Boston, MA., March 2012. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer12]
Kerstin Fischer. How different views of communication influence HCI design: The example of shaping. In Proceedings of the 12th Danish HCI Research Symposium (DHRS 2012), Sonderborg, Denmark, 2012. [ .pdf ]
[FischerSaunders12]
Kerstin Fischer and Joe Saunders. Getting acquainted with a developing robot. In Proceedings of 'Human User Behavior', IROS, Portugal. Springer, 2012. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer11b]
Kerstin Fischer. Interpersonal variation in understanding robots as social actors. In Proceedings of HRI'11, March 6-9th, 2011. Lausanne, Switzerland, pages 53-60, 2011. [ .pdf ]
[FischerEtal11b]
Kerstin Fischer, Kilian Foth, Katharina Rohlfing, and Britta Wrede. Is speaking to a simulated robot like speaking to a child? In Proceedings of ICDL-Epirob'11, Frankfurt a.M., Germany, 2011. [ .pdf ]
[PeniakEtal11]
Martin Peniak, Davide Marocco, Jun Tani, Y. Yamashita, Kerstin Fischer, and Angelo Cangelosi. Multiple time scales recurrent neural network for complex action acquisition. In Poster presented at ICDL-Epirob'11, Frankfurt a.M., Germany, 2011.
[LohanEtal11]
Katrin Lohan, Karola Pitsch, Katharina Rohlfing, Kerstin Fischer, Hagen Lehmann, Joe Saunders, Chrystopher Nehaniv, and Britta Wrede. Contingency allows the robot to spot the tutor and to learn from interaction. In Proceedings of ICDL-Epirob'11, Frankfurt a.M., Germany, 2011. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer10c]
Kerstin Fischer. The need for interactional scenarios in grounded language learning. In Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, Örenäs Slott, Sweden, November, 5-7, 2010, 2010. [ .pdf ]
[SchillingmannEtal09]
Lars Schillingmann, Britta Wrede, Katharina Rohlfing, and Kerstin Fischer. The structure of robot directed interaction compared to adult and infant directed interaction using a model for acoustic packaging. In IEEE RO-MAN (Dialogue and human-robot-interaction), 2009.
[VollmerEtal09]
A.-L. Vollmer, K. Lohan, K. Fischer, Y. Nagai, K. Pitsch, J. Fritsch, K. Rohlfing, and B. Wrede. People modify their tutoring behavior in robot-directed interaction for action learning. volume 8, Shanghai, China, 04/06/2009 2009. IEEE.
[Fischer08b]
Kerstin Fischer. The role of users' concepts of the robot in human-robot spatial instruction. In Thomas Barkowsky, Markus Knauff, Gerard Ligozat, and Daniel R. Montello, editors, Spatial Cognition V: Reasoning, Action, Interaction. International Conference Spatial Cognition 2006, Bremen, Germany, September 24-28, 2006, Revised Selected Papers, number 4387 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 76-89. Springer, 2008. [ .pdf ]
[FischerLohse07]
Kerstin Fischer and Manja Lohse. Shaping naive users' models of robots' situation awareness. In Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2007), Jeju, Korea, August 2007. IEEE. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer06b]
Kerstin Fischer. The role of users' preconceptions in talking to computers and robots. In Kerstin Fischer, editor, Proceedings of the Workshop on 'How People Talk to Computers, Robots, and Other Artificial Communication Partners', Hansewissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, April 21-23, 2006, pages 112-130. SFB/TR8 Report 010-09_2006, 2006. [ .pdf ]
[FischerBateman06]
Kerstin Fischer and John A. Bateman. Keeping the initiative: an empirically motivated approach to predicting user-initiated dialogue contributions in HCI. In Proceedings of EACL '06, 2006. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer05]
Kerstin Fischer. Discourse conditions for spatial perspective taking. In Proceedings of the Workshop of Spatial Language and Discourse, Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg, October, 23-25th, 2005, 2005. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer04]
Kerstin Fischer. Expressive speech characteristics in the communication with artificial agents. In Proceedings of the AISB 2004 Convention, Symposium on Language, Speech and Gesture for Expressive Characters, University of Leeds, 29 March - 1 April 2004, pages 1-11, 2004. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer04b]
Kerstin Fischer. Addressee-oriented blending in spatial object localisation tasks. In Proceedings of Spatial Cognition '04, Frauenchiemsee, Oct. 2004, 2004. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer01b]
Kerstin Fischer. Pragmatic methods for construction grammar. In Arthur Holmer, Jan-Olof Svantesson, and Ake Viberg, editors, Proceedings of the 18th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, volume 39, 1, pages 153-162. Travaux de l'Institut de Linguistique de Lund, 2001. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer01c]
Kerstin Fischer. How much common ground do we need for speaking? In Peter Kühnlein, Hannes Rieser, and Henk Zeevat, editors, Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Formal Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Bi-Dialog 2001, Bielefeld, June 14-16th, 2001, pages 313-320, 2001. [ .pdf ]
[FischerMoratz01]
Kerstin Fischer and Reinhard Moratz. From communicative strategies to cognitive modelling. In Proceedings of the First International Workshop on `Epigenetic Robotics', Lund, Schweden, 2001. [ .pdf ]
[BatlinerEtal00b]
Anton Batliner, Richard Huber, Jörg Spilker, Elmar Nöth, and Kerstin Fischer. Desparately seeking emotions or: Actors, wizards, and human beings. In Proceedings of the ISCA ITRW on Speech and Emotion, September 5-7, 2000, Northern Ireland, 2000. [ .pdf ]
[FischerBatliner00]
Kerstin Fischer and Anton Batliner. What makes speakers angry in human-computer conversation. In Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Human-Computer Conversation, Bellagio, Italy, 2000. [ .pdf ]
[MoratzFischer00]
Reinhard Moratz and Kerstin Fischer. Cognitively adequate modelling of spatial cognition in human-robot interaction. In Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, ICTAI 2000, November 13-15 2000, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,, pages 222-228, 2000. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer99]
Kerstin Fischer. Die Ikonizität der Pause: Zwischen kognitiver Last und kommunikativer Funktion. In Ipke Wachsmuth and Bernhard Jung, editors, Proceedings der KogWis99, Bielefeld, September 1999, pages 250-255. Gesellschaft für Kognitionswissenschaft, Infix, 1999. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer99b]
Kerstin Fischer. Discourse effects on the prosodic properties of repetitions in human-computer interaction. In Proceedings of the ESCA-Workshop on Dialogue and Prosody, September 1rst - 3rd, 1999, De Koningshof, Veldhoven, The Netherlands., pages 123-128, 1999. [ .pdf ]
[FischerBrandt-Pook98]
Kerstin Fischer and Hans Brandt-Pook. Automatic disambiguation of discourse particles. In Proceedings of Coling/ACL `98 Workshop on Discourse Realtions and Discourse Markers, pages 107-113, 1998. [ .pdf ]
[FischerWrede97]
Kerstin Fischer and Britta Wrede. Discourse particles in female and male human-computer-interaction. In Milton Keynes De Montford University, editor, Women into Computing, pages 36-49, 1997. [ .html ]
[SchelerFischer97]
Gabriele Scheler and Kerstin Fischer. The many functions of discourse particles: A computational model of pragmatic interpretation. In Proceedings of Cogsci 1997, 1997. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer96b]
Kerstin Fischer. A construction-based approach to the lexicalization of interjections. In M. Gellerstam, J. Järborg, S. Malmgren, K. Nören, L. Rogström, and C. Rojder Papmehl, editors, Euralex '96: PROCEEDINGS, pages 85-91. University of Gothenburg, 1996.
[Fischer96c]
Kerstin Fischer. Distributed representation formalisms for discourse particles. In Dafydd Gibbon, editor, Natural Language Processing and Speech Technology. Results of the 3rd KONVENS Conference, Bielefeld, October 1996, pages 212-224. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1996. [ .pdf ]


Book Contributions

[Fischer14b]
Kerstin Fischer. Discourse markers. In Klaus von Schneider and Anne Barron, editors, Pragmatics of Discourse, number 3 in Handbooks of Pragmatics, pages 271-294. Berlin/New York: De Gruyter Mouton, 2014.
[Fischer14f]
Kerstin Fischer. 'Konspirative' Relationen zwischen Konstruktionen beim Sprachlernen. In Alexander Lasch and Alexander Ziem, editors, Grammatik als Netzwerk von Konstruktionen: Sprachwissen im Fokus der Konstruktionsgrammatik, pages 243-259. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2014.
[Fischer13]
Kerstin Fischer. Discourse markers. In Carol Chapelle, editor, The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, pages 1743-1748. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
[FischerAlm13]
Kerstin Fischer and Maria Alm. A radical construction grammar perspective on the modal particle-discourse particle distinction. In Liesbeth Degand, Bert Cornillie, and Paola Pietrandrea, editors, Discourse Markers and Modal Particles: Categorization and description, pages 47-88. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2013.
[Fischer10]
Kerstin Fischer. Grammatik hinsides sætniger: mundlig kommunikation er mere end løs snak. In Årbog - Forskning for Enhver: Videnskabelige Artikler fra Campus Sønderborg, pages 84-91. 2010. [ http ]
[Fischer10d]
Kerstin Fischer. Accounting for the role of situation in language use in a cognitive semantic representation of sentence mood. In Dylan Glynn and Kerstin Fischer, editors, Quantitative Methods in Cognitive Semantics: Corpus-driven Approaches, pages 179-200. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2010. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer10e]
Kerstin Fischer. Quantitative methods in cognitive semantics: Introduction to the volume. In Dylan Glynn and Kerstin Fischer, editors, Quantitative Methods in Cognitive Semantics: Corpus-driven Approaches, pages 43-61. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2010. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer09]
Kerstin Fischer. Whose language? Memory, the body, and discursive practices. In Bruce Fraser and Ken Turner, editors, Language in Life, and a Life in Language: Jacob Mey - A Festschrift. Emerald, 2009. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer08]
Kerstin Fischer. Die Interaktion zwischen Konstruktionsgrammatik und Kontextwissen am Beispiel des Satzmodus in Instruktionsdialogen. In Anatol Stefanowitsch and Kerstin Fischer, editors, Konstruktionsgrammatik II: Von der Konstruktion zur Grammatik, pages 81-101. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2008. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer07]
Kerstin Fischer. Grounding and common ground: Modal particles and their translation equivalents. In Anita Fetzer and Kerstin Fischer, editors, Lexical Markers of Common Grounds, number 3 in Studies in Pragmatics. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2007. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer07c]
Kerstin Fischer. Mensch-Computer-Interaktion als interkulturelle Kommunikation. In Cecile Sandten, Martina Schrader-Kniffki, and Kathleen Starck, editors, Transkulturelle Begegnungen, pages 35-50. Trier: Inputs, 2007. [ .pdf ]
[FetzerFischer07]
Anita Fetzer and Kerstin Fischer. Introduction. In Anita Fetzer and Kerstin Fischer, editors, Lexical Markers of Common Grounds. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2007.
[Fischer06d]
Kerstin Fischer. Konstruktionsgrammatik und situationales Wissen. In Susanne Günthner and Wolfgang Imo, editors, Konstruktionen in der Interaktion. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2006. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer06g]
Kerstin Fischer. Towards an understanding of the functional spectrum of discourse particles: Introduction to the volume. In Kerstin Fischer, editor, Approaches to Discourse Particles, number 1 in Studies in Pragmatics, pages 1-20. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2006. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer06h]
Kerstin Fischer. Frames, constructions and invariant meanings: The functional polysemy of discourse particles. In Kerstin Fischer, editor, Approaches to Discourse Particles, number 1 in Studies in Pragmatics, pages 427-447. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2006. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer06i]
Kerstin Fischer. Konstruktionsgrammatik und Interaktion. In Kerstin Fischer and Anatol Stefanowitsch, editors, Konstruktionsgrammatik: Von der Anwendung zur Theorie. Stauffenburg, 2006. [ .pdf ]
[FischerStefanowitsch06]
Kerstin Fischer and Anatol Stefanowitsch. Konstruktionsgrammatik: Ein Überblick. In Kerstin Fischer and Anatol Stefanowitsch, editors, Konstruktionsgrammatik: Von der Anwendung zur Theorie. Stauffenburg, 2006. [ .pdf ]
[FischerWilde05]
Kerstin Fischer and Ruth Wilde. Methoden zur Analyse interaktiver Bedeutungskonstitution. In Christiane Solte-Gresser, Karen Struwe, and Natascha Ueckmann, editors, Von der Wirklichkeit zur Wissenschaft. Aktuelle Forschungsmethoden in den Sprach-, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften, number 1 in Forum Literaturen Europas, pages 163-174. Hamburg: LIT-Verlag, 2005. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer03]
Kerstin Fischer. Linguistic methods for investigating concepts in use. In Thomas Stolz and Katja Kolbe, editors, Methodologie in der Linguistik, pages 39-62. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2003. [ .pdf ]
[FischerTenbrink03]
Kerstin Fischer and Thora Tenbrink. Videoconferencing in a transregional research cooperation: Turn-taking in a new medium. In Jana Döring, H. Walther Schmitz, and Olaf A. Schulte, editors, Connecting Perspectives. Videokonferenz: Beiträge zu ihrer Erforschung und Anwendung, pages 89-104. Aachen: Shaker, 2003. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer03c]
Kerstin Fischer. Notes on analysing context. In Peter Kühnlein, Hannes Rieser, and Henk Zeevat, editors, Perspectives on Dialogue in the New Millennium, number 114 in Pragmatics and Beyond new series, pages 193-214. John Benjamins Publishers, 2003.
[MoratzEtal02]
Reinhard Moratz, Thora Tenbrink, John Bateman, and Kerstin Fischer. Spatial knowledge representation for human-robot interaction. In W. Freksa, C.and Brauer, C. Habel, and K.F. Wender, editors, Spatial Cognition, volume III. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2002. [ .pdf ]
[TenbrinkEtal02]
Thora Tenbrink, Kerstin Fischer, and Reinhard Moratz. Spatial strategies in human-robot communication. In Christian Freksa, editor, KI 4/02 Themenheft Spatial Cognition. arenDTaP Verlag, 2002. [ .pdf ]
[BatlinerEtal00]
Anton Batliner, Richard Huber, Heinrich Niemann, Elmar Nöth, Jörg Spilker, and Kerstin Fischer. The recognition of emotion. In Wolfgang Wahlster, editor, Verbmobil: Foundations of Speech-to-Speech Translation. Berlin etc.: Springer, 2000.
[Fischer99c]
Kerstin Fischer. Repeats, reformulations, and emotional speech: Evidence for the design of human-computer speech interfaces. In Hans-Jörg Bullinger and Jürgen Ziegler, editors, Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces, Volume 1 of the Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Munich, Germany., pages 560-565. Lawrence Erlbaum Ass., London, 1999. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer96d]
Kerstin Fischer. Compositionality and lexical semantics for compounds. In Franz Hundsnurscher and Edda Weigand, editors, Lexical Structures and Language Use, pages 193-203. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1996.


Reviews

[FischerAlm12]
Kerstin Fischer and Maria Alm. Rezension von: Auer, P. and Pfänder, S. (eds. 2011): Constructions: Emerging and emergent. Zeitschrift für Gesprächsforschung, 13:219-226, 2012. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer10b]
Kerstin Fischer. Rezension von: Anna Filipi (2009): Toddler and parent interaction. Gesprächsforschung, 12:312-317, 2010. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer07b]
Kerstin Fischer. Review of Itakura, Hiroko (2001): Conversational dominance and gender. A study of Japanese speakers in first and second language contexts. Studies in Language, 31(3):717-720, 2007. [ .pdf ]
[Fischer06e]
Kerstin Fischer. Review of Talmy Givón (2005): Context as other minds. the pragmatics of sociality, cognition and communication. LinguistList 17.579, 2006. [ .html ]
[Fischer04d]
Kerstin Fischer. Rezension von Deppermann, Arnulf & Spranz-Fogasy, Thomas (eds.): be-deuten. Wie Bedeutung im Gespräch entsteht. Tübingen: Stauffenburg 2002. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft, 22(2):246-250, 2004.
[Fischer03b]
Kerstin Fischer. Review of Paul Corcoran and Vicki Spencer (eds.): Disclosures. Aldershot etc.: Ashgate, 2000. Discourse and Society, 14(2):222-224, 2003.
[Fischer02b]
Kerstin Fischer. Review of Johnstone, Barbara (2002): Discourse analysis. blackwell. LinguistList 13-726, 2002. [ http ]
[Fischer01]
Kerstin Fischer. Review of Jean-Pierre Malrieu (1999): Evaluative semantics: Cognition, language and ideology. routledge. LinguistList 12-2220, 2001. [ http ]
[Fischer96]
Kerstin Fischer. Review of Rene Dirven and Johan Vanparys: Current Approaches to the Lexicon. Peter Lang, 1995. Journal of Lexicology, 2(2):287-296, 1996.