Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

frank.domahs@uni-erfurt.de

Professur für Angewandte Linguistik - Psycholinguistik (Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft)

Kontakt

Mitarbeitergebäude 1 / Raum 906

Sprechzeiten

im Wintersemester 2020/21:
donnerstags 8-10 Uhr über Webex nach Voranmeldung per Mail

Besucheranschrift

Campus
Nordhäuser Str. 63
99089 Erfurt

Postanschrift

Universität Erfurt
Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft
Psycholinguistik
Postfach 90 02 21
99105 Erfurt

Studienfachberater Master Angewandte Linguistik (Philosophische Fakultät)

Kontakt

Mitarbeitergebäude 1 / Raum 906

Sprechzeiten

im Wintersemester 2020/21:
donnerstags 8-10 Uhr über Webex nach Voranmeldung per Mail

Besucheranschrift

Campus
Nordhäuser Str. 63
99089 Erfurt

Postanschrift

Universität Erfurt
Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft
Angewandte Linguistik
Postfach 90 02 21
99105 Erfurt

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Akademischer Werdegang (CV)

seit 2019 Universität Erfurt - Professur für Angewandte Linguistik / Psycholinguistik

2014    Universität Marburg - außerplanmäßiger Professor

2011    Universität Potsdam - Habilitation in Kognitionswissenschaft

2007 – 2019    Universität Marburg - wiss. Mitarbeiter (PostDoc)

2006    Universität Potsdam - Promotion in Kognitionswissenschaft

2004 – 2012    RWTH Aachen - Doktorand und wiss. Mitarbeiter (PostDoc)

2000 – 2004    Universität Innsbruck - Doktorand

1998 – 2000    Brandenburgklinik Bernau - Sprachtherapeut

1998 Universität Potsdam - Diplom in Allgemeiner Sprachwissenschaft (Patholinguistik)

Publikationen (Publications)

   

Ausgewählte Veröffentlichungen (Selected Publications)

Breitenstein, C., Grewe, T., Flöel, A., Ziegler, W., Springer, L., Martus, P., Huber, W., Willmes, K., Ringelstein, E.B., Häusler, K.G., Abel, S., Glindemann, R., Domahs, F., Regenbrecht, F., Schlenck, K.J., Thomas, M., Obrig, H., de Langen, E., Rocker, R., Wigbers, F., Rühmkorf, F., Hempen, I., List, J. & Baumgärtner, A. (2017). Intensive speech and language therapy in patients with chronic aphasia after stroke: a randomized, open-label, blinded-endpoint, controlled trial in a healthcare setting. The Lancet, 389 (10078), 1528-1538.

Scharinger, M., Domahs, U., Klein, E. & Domahs, F. (2016) Mental representations of vowel features asymmetrically modulate activity in superior temporal sulcus. Brain and Language, 163, 42-49.

Domahs, F., Blessing, K., Kauschke, C. & Domahs, U. (2016). Bono Bo and Fla Mingo: Reflections of speech prosody in German second graders’ writing to dictation. Frontiers in Psychology 7: 856.

Röttger, T.B. & Domahs, F. (2015). Grammatical Number Elicits SNARC and MARC Effects as a Function of Task Demands. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (6), 1231-1248.

Domahs, F., Grande, M., Huber, W. & Domahs, U. (2014). The direction of word stress assign­ment in German: Evidence from a working memory paradigm. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 574.

Häuser, K. & Domahs, F. (2014) Functional lateralization of lexical stress representation: a systematic review of patient data. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 317.

Heisterueber, M., Klein, E., Willmes, K., Heim, S. & Domahs, F. (2014). Processing word prosody – behavioral and neuroimaging evidence for heterogeneous performance in a language with variable stress. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 365.

Domahs, U., Klein, E., Huber, W. & Domahs, F. (2013). Good, bad and ugly word stress – fMRI evidence for foot structure driven processing of prosodic violations. Brain and Language, 125 (3), 272-282.

Haake, C., Kob, M., Willmes, K. & Domahs, F. (2013). Word stress processing in Specific Language Impairment: Auditory or representational deficits? Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 27 (8), 594-615.

Ochtrup, M.T., Rath, D., Klein, E., Krinzinger, H., Willmes, K. & Domahs, F. (2013). Are number words fundamentally different? A qualitative analysis of aphasic errors in word and number word production. International Journal of Speech & Language Pathology and Audiology, 1, 12-28.

Domahs, F., Klein, E., Moeller, K., Nuerk, H.C., Yoon, B.C. & Willmes, K. (2012). Multimodal semantic quantity representations: Further evidence from Korean Sign Language. Frontiers in Psycho­logy, 2: 389.

Domahs, F., Nagels, A., Domahs, U., Whitney, C., Wiese, R. & Kircher, T. (2012). Where the mass counts: Common cortical activation for different kinds of non-singularity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24 (4), 915-932.

Röttger, T., Domahs, U., Grande, M. & Domahs, F. (2012). Structural factors affecting the assignment of word stress in German. Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 24, 53-94.

Domahs, F., Benke, T. & Delazer, M. (2011). A case of ‘task-switching acalculia’. Neurocase, 17 (1), 24-40.

Klein, E., Domahs, U., Grande, M. & Domahs, F. (2011). Neuro-cognitive foundations of word stress processing – Evidence from fMRI. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 7: 15.

Klein, E., Moeller, K., Willmes, K., Nuerk, H.C. & Domahs, F. (2011). The influence of implicit hand-based representations on mental arithmetic. Frontiers in Psychology, 2: 197.

Domahs, F., Moeller, K., Huber,S., Willmes, K. & Nuerk, H.C. (2010). Embodied numerosity: Implicit hand-based representations influence symbolic number processing across cultures. Cognition, 116, 251-266.

Ablinger, I. & Domahs, F. (2009). Improved single-letter identification after whole-word training in pure alexia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 19 (3), 340-363.

Domahs, F., Krinzinger, H. & Willmes, K. (2008). Mind the gap between both hands: Evidence for internal finger-based number representations in children’s mental calculation. Cortex, 44, 359-367.

Domahs, F., Zamarian, L. & Delazer, M. (2008). Sound arithmetic: Auditory cues in the rehabili­tation of impaired fact retrieval. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 18 (2), 160-181.

Janßen, U. & Domahs, F. (2008). Going on with optimized feet: Evidence for the interaction between segmental and metrical structure from a case of Primary Progressive Aphasia. Aphasiology, 22 (11), 1157-1175.

Domahs, F., Domahs, U., Schlesewsky, M., Ratinckx, E., Verguts, T., Willmes, K. & Nuerk, H.C. (2007). Neighborhood consistency in mental arithmetic: behavioral and ERP- evidence. Be­havioral and Brain Functions, 3: 66.

Tappeiner, E., Domahs, U. & Domahs, F. (2007). Wortakzent im Sprachkontakt Deutsch-Italienisch. [Word stress in German-Italian Language Contact.] Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik, 74 (2, 3) 266-291.

Domahs, F., Bartha, L., Lochy, A., Benke, T. & Delazer, M. (2006). Number words are special: Evidence from a case of primary progressive aphasia. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 19, 1-37.

Domahs, F., Delazer, M. & Nuerk, H.C. (2006). What makes multiplication facts difficult: Problem size or neighbourhood consistency? Experimental Psychology, 53 (4), 275-282.

Delazer, M., Ischebeck, A., Domahs, F., Zamarian, L., Koppelstaetter, F., Siedentopf, C. M., Kaufmann, L., Benke, T. & Felber, S. (2005). Learning by Strategies and Learning by Drill - Evidence from an fMRI study. NeuroImage, 25, 838-849.

Domahs, F. & Delazer, M. (2005). Some assumptions and facts about arithmetic facts. Psychology Science, 47 (1), 96-111.

Delazer, M., Domahs, F., Bartha, Brenneis, C., L. Lochy, A., Trieb, T. & Benke, T. (2003). Learning complex arithmetic – an fMRI study. Cognitive Brain Research, 18, 76-88.

Delazer, M., Girelli, L., Granà, A. & Domahs, F. (2003). Number processing and calculation – Normative data from healthy adults. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 17 (3), 331-350.

Delazer, M., Lochy, A., Jenner, C., Domahs, F., Benke, Th. (2002). When 0 [zero] is easier to write than O [o] -A neuropsychological case study. Neuropsychologia, 40 (12), 2167-2177.

Domahs, F., de Bleser, R. & Eisenberg P. (2001). Silbische Aspekte segmentalen Schreibens – neurolinguistische Evidenz. Linguistische Berichte, 185, 13-29.

 

Für eine vollständige(re) Auflistung von Veröffentlichungen siehe:

(For a more comprehensive list of publications see:)

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=1pGgOX4AAAAJ&hl=de

Akademische Lehre (Teaching)