Chair
Dutch language use and discourse studies
Date of appointment 01.07.2003
Inaugural lecture date 19.11.2004
Profile

I am professor of Dutch language use and discourse studies at the Department Language, Literature and Communication at the Faculty of Humanities, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. My research is embedded in the program of the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, in the projects "Discourse Representation and Processing" and "Readability". From 2005 to 2011 I was principal investigator of the NWO-VICI research project on causality and subjectivity in discourse and cognition.

Our research programme includes Text Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Cognitive Processes of discourse production and understanding and Text evaluation and document design. My research concentrates on discourse structure and coherence.

Central questions to all my research are:

- How can coherence be modeled?
- What is the system behind the use of the linguistic signals of coherence (connectives such as because, therefore, referential phenomena such as he, that, the prime minister)?
- How do writers and readers use these signals in the cognitive processes of reading and writing?


Striving for an interdisciplinary approach, I combine cognitive linguistics and text linguistics with corpus studies and the psycholinguistics of discourse processing. I also have a vast interest in text and document design: how can text quality be improved? And how do we develop fundamental criteria for text quality?

Together with co-authors I published on these issues in several edited books and in international journals, such as Cognitive Linguistics, Discourse Processes, Journal of Child language Journal of Pragmatics, Language and Cognitive processes, Language Testing, Metacognition and Learning, Reading and Writing, Text & Talk, and Written Communication.

I also co-edited special issues of Cognitive Linguistics (2001) and Discourse Processes (2004). Together with Joost Schilperoord and Wilbert Spooren I edited a book volume on Text representation: Linguistic and psycholinguistic approaches (Benjamins, 2001). I was also editor of Causal Categories in Discourse and Cognition (Mouton de Gruyter, 2009), together with Eve Sweetser (UC Berkeley).

Strategic themes / Focus areas
Involved in the following study programme(s)
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  2017 - Articles
Santana Covarrubias, A.C., Spooren, W.P.M.S. (Wilbert), Sanders, T.J.M. & Nieuwenhuijsen, D. (2017). "Causality and Subjectivity in Spanish Connectives: Exploring the use of automatic subjectivity analyses in various text types". Discours
Mak, W.M., Tribushinina, E., Lomako, Julia, Gagarina, N., Abrosova, Ekaterina & Sanders, T.J.M. (2017). Connective processing by bilingual children and monolinguals with specific language impairment - distinct profiles. Journal of Child Language, 44 (2), (pp. 329-345) (17 p.).
Tribushinina, E., Mak, W.M., Andreiushina, E., Dubinkina, E. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2017). Connective use in the narratives of bilingual children and monolingual children with SLI. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 20 (1), (pp. 98-113) (16 p.).
Hoek, J., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (13.01.2017). Segmenting Discourse - Incorporating interpretation into segmentation?. Corpus linguistics and Linguistic theory
Kamoen, Naomi, Holleman, Bregje, Mak, P., Sanders, T. & van den Bergh, H. (2017). Why are negative questions difficult to answer? On the processing of linguistic contrasts in surveys. Public Opinion Quarterly, (pp. 1-23).
  2017 - Paper
Vlaar, M.A.J., Sanders, T.J.M. & Welie, Camille (04.02.2017). Individual differences in processing coherence markers: the effect of metacognitive knowledge.
  2016 - Book parts / chapters
Li, F., Sanders, T.J.M. & Evers-Vermeul, J. (2016). On the subjectivity of Mandarin reason connectives - Robust profiles or genre-sensitivity?. In N. Stukker, W. Spooren & G. Steen (Eds.), Genre in language, discourse and cognition (pp. 15-49). Berlin/New York: De Gruyter Mouton.
Canestrelli, A.R., Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2016). The influence of genre on the processing of objective and subjective causal relations: Evidence from eye-tracking. Genre in Language, Discourse, and Cognition (pp. 51-74) (24 p.). De Gruyter Mouton.
  2016 - Articles
Scholman, M.C.J., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (08.02.2016). A step-wise approach to discourse annotation - Towards a reliable categorization of coherence relations. Dialogue & DIscourse, 7 (2), (pp. 1-28).
Li, R., Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2016). Referential coherence in Mandarin discourse: the processing of zero vs pronoun. Acta Geographica Sinica, 1 (370), (pp. 83-92) (9 p.).
Koornneef, A.W., Dotlacil, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2016). The influence of linguistic and cognitive factors on the time course of verb-based implicit causality. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69 (3), (pp. 455-481) (26 p.).
  2016 - Television or radio appearances
T.J.M. Sanders (12.11.2016) Radio interview over de voorlopige resultaten van het onderzoeksprogramma 'Begrijpelijke Taal'.
  2016 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (18.06.2016) Establishing coherence: how research on discourse representation and processing contributes to more comprehensible texts.
T.J.M. Sanders (11.11.2016) (Co-)organizer, host and chair of the Slotconferentie Begrijpelijke Taal en Effectieve Communicatie, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  2016 - Poster
Hoek, J., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (20.04.2016). Discourse segmentation and ambiguity in discourse structure.
Kleijn, S., Pander Maat, H.L.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (15.07.2016). Effects of dependency length on the processing and understanding of texts.
Scholman, Merel, Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (20.04.2016). How do expectations based on contextual signals guide the processing of additive and causal relations?.
  2015 - Articles
Zufferey, Sandrine, Mak, Pim & Sanders, Ted (2015). A cross-linguistic perspective on the acquisition of causal connectives and relations. International Review of Pragmatics, 7 (1), (pp. 22-39).
Zufferey, Sandrine, Mak, Pim, Degand, Liesbeth & Sanders, Ted (2015). Advanced learners’ comprehension of discourse connectives: The role of L1 transfer across on-line and off-line tasks. Second Language Research, (pp. 1-23).
Tribushinina, Elena, Dubinkina, E. & Sanders, Ted (2015). Can connective use differentiate between children with and without specific language impairment?. First Language, 35 (1), (pp. 3) (26 p.).
van Silfhout, Gerdineke, Evers-Vermeul, Jacqueline & Sanders, Ted (2015). Connectives as processing signals - How students benefit in processing narrative and expository texts. Discourse Processes, 52 (1), (pp. 47-76).
Bouwer, Renske, Beguin, A., Sanders, Ted & van den Bergh, Huub (2015). Effect of genre on the generalizability of writing scores. Language Testing, 32 (1), (pp. 83-100) (18 p.).
Feenstra, Hiske, Keune, Karen, Pander Maat, H.L.W., Eggen, Theo & Sanders, T.J.M. (2015). Geautomatiseerde beoordeling van schrijfvaardigheid: de (on)mogelijkheden voor teksten van beginnende schrijvers. Levende Talen Tijdschrift, 16 (4), (pp. 27-42) (16 p.).
  2015 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Bosker, H.R., Tjiong, Jade, Quené, H., Sanders, T.J.M. & de Jong, N.H. (09.08.2015). Both native and non-native disfluencies trigger listeners’ attention. Proceedings of Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech 2015 (4 p.).
Hoek, J., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2015). The role of expectedness in the implicitation and explicitation of discourse relations. Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Discourse in Machine Translation (DiscoMT) (pp. 41-46). Association for Computational Linguistics, Lisbon, Portugal, 17 September 2015..
  2015 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (27.01.2015) Cognitive plausibility and a systematic set of relations – Useful for discourse annotation?
T.J.M. Sanders (11.03.2015) Lecture at the opening of the academic year: "Causality and Subjectivity in discourse and cognition; Evidence from (cross-)linguistic analyses, acquisition and processing".
T.J.M. Sanders (21.04.2015) Let's try to make annotation systems communicate: towards a systematic approach of coherence relations.
T.J.M. Sanders (27.07.2015) Presenting paper (Merel C.J. Scholman & T.J.M. Sanders - Annotating coherence relations in corpora of language use) in panel: Discourse connectives across languages and modes: Challenges for discourse annotation
T.J.M. Sanders (27.07.2015) Presenting paper (Ted Sanders - Causality and Subjectivity in discourse and cognition) in panel: Discourse Markers and Experimental Pragmatics
T.J.M. Sanders (22.07.2015) Ted Sanders & Wilbert Spooren. A plea for converging evidence: the case of causal categories in discourse. (Theme session: The cognitive commitment 25 years on).
T.J.M. Sanders (28.07.2015) Ted Sanders and José Sanders. The integration of perspective and coherence: How perspective helps identifying subjectivity in discourse coherence. Invited contribution to the panel "Pragma-discourse: from utterance to discourse interpretation and production"
T.J.M. Sanders (27.06.2015) Ted Sanders. Begrijpelijke taal. Leture at Festival deBeschaving. Botanische tuinen Utrecht, 27-06-2015.
T.J.M. Sanders (18.06.2015) Ted Sanders. Begrijpelijke taal. Workshop Begrijpelijk communieren met burgers, Utrecht, 18 juni 2015.
T.J.M. Sanders (23.11.2015) Ted Sanders. Begrijpelijke taal: fundamenten en toepassingen van effectieve communicatie.Workshop Begrijpelijk communieren met burgers, Den Haag, 23 november 2015.
T.J.M. Sanders (18.10.2015) Ted Sanders. Coherentie, Cognitie en Communicatie; over theorie, empirie en toepassing. Taalbeheersingslezing, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 16 oktober 2015.
  2015 - Paper
Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (02.09.2015). Validating categories of causal relations - Converging evidence from corpus-based research and experiments.
  2015 - Poster
Hoek, J., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (17.09.2015). The role of expectedness in the implicitation and explicitation of discourse relations.
  2014 - Book parts / chapters
van Veen, Rosie, Evers-Vermeul, Jacqueline, Sanders, Ted & van den Bergh, Huub (2014). “Why? Because I’m talking to you!” - Parental input and cognitive complexity as determinants of children’s connective acquisition. In Helmut Gruber & Gisela Redeker (Eds.), The pragmatics of discourse coherence - Theories and applications (pp. 209-242). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Jochmann-Mannak, H., Lentz, L.R., Huibers, T.W.C. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2014). How Interface Design and Search Strategy Influence Children's Search Performance and Evaluation. In D Yannacopoulos, P Manolitzas, N Matsatsinis & E Grigoroudis (Eds.), Evaluating Websites and Web Services: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on User Satisfaction (pp. 241-287) (46 p.). IGI Global. Information Science Reference.
  2014 - Articles
van Silfhout, Gerdineke, Evers-Vermeul, Jacqueline, Mak, Willem M. & Sanders, Ted J.M. (2014). Connectives and layout as processing signals: How textual features affect students’ processing and text representation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 106 (4), (pp. 1036-1048).
van Silfhout, G., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2014). Effectieve leerteksten in het vmbo. Hoe leuk moet je het maken?. Didactief, 44 (1), (pp. 30-31).
van Silfhout, G., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2014). Establishing coherence in schoolbook texts: How connectives and layout affect students' text comprehension. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics, 3 (1), (pp. 1-29).
van Silfhout, G., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2014). Hoe ziet een begrijpelijke schooltekst er eigenlijk uit? Oogbewegings- en begripsonderzoek in het voortgezet onderwijs. Van twaalf tot achttien, 24 (4), (pp. 28-30).
van Silfhout, Gerdineke, Evers-Vermeul, Jacqueline & Sanders, Ted (2014). Leuke teksten zijn nog geen begrijpelijke teksten - Een oogbewegingsonderzoek naar de effectiviteit van verhalende leerteksten. Tijdschrift taal voor opleiders en onderwijsadviseurs, 5 (8), (pp. 12-21).
Bosker, H.R., Quené, H., Sanders, T.J.M. & de Jong, N.H. (2014). Native ‘um’s elicit prediction of low-frequency referents, but non-native ‘um’s do not. Journal of Memory and Language, 75, (pp. 104-116) (13 p.).
Bosker, Hans Rutger, Quené, H, Sanders, Ted & de Jong, Nivja H. (2014). The Perception of Fluency in Native and Nonnative Speech. Language Learning, 64 (3), (pp. 579-614).
Lentz, Leo, Pander Maat, Henk & Sanders, Ted (2014). Towards evidence-based writing decisions: The Knowledge Base Comprehensible Text. Technical Communication, 61 (1), (pp. 25-37) (13 p.).
Pander Maat, H.L.W., Kraf, R.L., van den Bosch, Antal, van Gompel, Maarten, Kleijn, S., Sanders, T.J.M. & van der Sloot, Ko (2014). T-Scan: a new tool for analyzing Dutch text. Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands journal, 4, (pp. 53-74) (22 p.).
  2014 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (19.09.2014) (co-)organiser, host and chair of the Programmadag Begrijpelijke Taal, organized by NWO and ABN AMRO, Amsterdam
T.J.M. Sanders (18.07.2014) Children’s understanding of causality: Evidence from corpora and processing studies
T.J.M. Sanders (17.07.2014) Emerging coherence: causal connective acquisition by 2- to 4-year-olds
  2014 - Poster
Bosker, Hans, Tjiong, Jade, Quené, H, Sanders, Ted & de Jong, Nivja (2014). Both native and non-native disfluencies trigger listeners' attention.
Scholman, Merel & Sanders, Ted (23.10.2014). Categories of coherence relations in discourse annotation.
  2013 - Book parts / chapters
van Silfhout, G., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Omdat leerlingen moeite hebben met die teksten. Daarom! Tekstbegrip verbeteren in het onderwijs. In D. Schram (Eds.), De aarzelende lezer over de streep. Recente wetenschappelijke inzichten (pp. 85-104). Delft: Eburon Academic Publishers.
Stukker, N & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Subjectivity and Prototype Structure in Causal Connective Use across Discourse Contexts. In M. Taboada & R. Trnavac (Eds.), Nonveridicality and Evaluation: Theoretical, Computational and Corpus Approaches (pp. 153-187) (35 p.). Leiden: Brill.
  2013 - Articles
Canestrelli, A.R., Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Causal connectives in discourse processing: How differences in subjectivity are reflected in eye-movements. Language and Cognitive Processes, 28 (9), (pp. 1394-1413) (20 p.).
Koornneef, A.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Establishing coherence relations in discourse: the influence of implicit causality and connectives on pronoun resolution. Language and Cognitive Processes, 28, (pp. 1169-1206) (38 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. & Spooren, W.P.M.S. (2013). Exceptions to rules: a qualitative analysis of backward causal connectives in Dutch naturalistic discourse. Text and Talk, 33 (3), (pp. 377-398) (22 p.).
Pander Maat, H.L.W., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (06.06.2013). Natuurlijk is elk antwoord bijna goed. De Volkskrant [online]
van Silfhout, G., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Omdat een verbindingswoord aanzet tot terugkijken: effecten van verbindingswoorden tijdens en na het lezen. Levende Talen Tijdschrift, 14 (3), (pp. 3-13) (11 p.).
van Silfhout, G., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Omdat het schrijven van studieteksten en toetsvragen niet eenvoudig is. Effectieve opbouw en presentatie van studiematerialen. De Cascade, Tijdschrift voor onderwijs, onderzoek & ontwikkeling, 10 (1), (pp. 17-20) (4 p.).
Tillema, M., van den Bergh, H.H., Rijlaarsdam, G.C.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Quantifying the quality difference between L1 and L2 essays: a rating procedure with bilingual raters and L1 and L2 benchmark essays. Language Testing, 30 (1), (pp. 71-97) (27 p.).
Li, F., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). Subjectivity and result marking in Mandarin - A corpus-based investigation. Chinese Language and Discourse, 4 (1), (pp. 74 –119).
van Veen, R., Evers-Vermeul, J., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H. (2013). The influence of input on connective acquisition: a growth curve analysis of English 'because' and German 'weil'. Journal of Child Language, 40 (5), (pp. 1003-1031) (29 p.).
Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2013). The role of causality in discourse processing: effects on expectation and coherence relations. Language and Cognitive Processes, 28 (9), (pp. 1414-1437) (24 p.).
Bosker, H.R., Pinget, A.C.H., Quené, H., Sanders, T.J.M. & de Jong, N.H. (2013). What makes speech sound fluent? The contributions of pauses, speed and repairs. Language Testing, 30 (2), (pp. 159-175) (17 p.).
  2013 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (27.09.2013) Assessing students’ situation model comprehension: A comparison of tasks
T.J.M. Sanders (21.06.2013) Building a discourse annotated corpus for Dutch
T.J.M. Sanders (21.06.2013) Categories of coherence relations in discourse annotation
T.J.M. Sanders (26.09.2013) Causal uses of additive connectives in the narratives of Russian-speaking children with SLI: A longitudinal study
T.J.M. Sanders (29.05.2013) Causality and Subjectivity in discourse and cognition. Evidence from cross-linguistic analyses, acquisition and processing.
T.J.M. Sanders (26.04.2013) Co-organisator en spreker Begrijpelijke Taal Startbijeenkomst
T.J.M. Sanders (29.11.2013) Co-organisator van en spreker op (symposium rond) afscheidscollege Jan Renkema
T.J.M. Sanders (19.04.2013) De interpretatie van benadrukte en niet-benadrukte persoonlijk voornaamwoorden
T.J.M. Sanders (29.11.2013) Effectieve studieteksten in het voortgezet onderwijs
T.J.M. Sanders (16.07.2013) Individual differences in reading styles and the use of implicit causality as a pronoun resolution cue...and more (keynote speaker).
T.J.M. Sanders (08.11.2013) Measuring writing skills: Effect of genre on the generalizability of writing scores.
T.J.M. Sanders (21.03.2013) Perceiving the fluency of native and non-native speakers
T.J.M. Sanders (26.06.2013) Perceiving the fluency of native and non-native speakers
T.J.M. Sanders (17.05.2013) Perceiving the fluency of native and non-native speakers
T.J.M. Sanders (29.08.2013) Perceiving the fluency of native and non-native speakers
T.J.M. Sanders (11.04.2013) Perceiving the fluency of native and non-native speakers
T.J.M. Sanders (17.07.2013) The importance of coherence markers: how connectives affect students' text processing and mental representation.
T.J.M. Sanders (27.09.2013) The importance of cohesive texts: How connectives and lay-out affect students text processing and mental representation
T.J.M. Sanders (02.09.2013) The processing of disfluencies in native and non-native speech.
  2013 - Poster
Koornneef, A.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (01.03.2013). Individual differences in reading styles and the use of implicit causality as a pronoun resolution cue. Poster Presentation Cuny.
Tribushinina, E., Dubinkina, E. & Sanders, T.J.M. (26.06.2013). Why are causal uses of Russian additive connectives problematic for children with SLI?. EUCLDIS workshop “The Development of language and cognition in children with linguistic and cognitive challenges”.
  2012 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Begrijpelijke taal – wat is dat? Over leesbaarheid. In M. Boogaard & M. Jansen (Eds.), Alles wat je altijd al had willen weten over taal. De taalcanon. (pp. 109-112) (4 p.). Amsterdam: Meulenhoff.
Sanders, T.J.M. & Canestrelli, A.R. (2012). The processing of pragmatic information in discourse. In H. Schmid (Eds.), Cognitive Pragmatics [Handbook of Pragmatics, Vol. 4] (pp. 201-232) (32 p.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  2012 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Begrijpelijke taal: fundamenten en toepassingen van effectieve communicatie. Een innovatief onderzoeksprogramma van wetenschappers, bedrijven en overheid. Tekstblad
Sanders, T.J.M. & Stukker, N (2012). Causal connectives in discourse: A cross-linguistic perspective. Journal of Pragmatics, 44 (2), (pp. 131-137) (7 p.).
Mulder, G. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Causal relations and levels of discourse representation. Discourse Processes, 49 (6), (pp. 501-522) (22 p.).
van Silfhout, G., Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Dus daarom was zo'n pruik geen pretje. Tekstbegrip in het voortgezet onderwijs. Didactief, 42 (8), (pp. 30-31) (2 p.).
Janssen, D.M.L., van der Woude, N. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Hear, Hear! Leer scholieren debatteren. Levende Talen Magazine, 99 (5), (pp. 10-13) (4 p.).
Tillema, M., van den Bergh, H., Rijlaarsdam, G. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Quantifying the quality difference between L1 and L2 essays: A rating procesure with bilingual rates and L1 and L2 benchmark essays. Language Testing, 10 (1), (pp. 1-27) (27 p.).
Sanders, J., Sanders, T.J.M. & Sweetser, E (2012). Responsible subjects and discourse causality. How mental spaces and perspective help identifying subjectivity in Dutch backward causal connectives. Journal of Pragmatics, 44 (2), (pp. 191-213) (23 p.).
Stukker, N & Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Subjectivity and prototype structure in causal connectives. A cross-linguistic perspective. Journal of Pragmatics, 44 (2), (pp. 169-190) (22 p.).
Jochmann-Mannak, H.E., Lentz, L.R., Sanders, T.J.M. & Huibers, T.W.C. (2012). Three types of children's informational Web sites: an inventory of design conventions. Technical Communication, 59 (4), (pp. 304-325) (22 p.).
  2012 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Zufferey, S.I., Degand, L., Popescu-Belis, A. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Empirical validations of multilingual annotation schemes for discourse relations. Eighth Joint ISO-ACL/SIGSEM Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation Pisa.
Tillema, M., van den Bergh, H., Rijlaarsdam, G. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2012). Meta-Cognitive Processing During Writing: Variation According to Reported Writing Profile. In M Torrance, F Castéllo, D Alamargot, O Kruse, A Mangen, L Tolchinsky & L vam Waes (Eds.), Learning to Write Effectively: Current Trends in European Research (pp. 179-192) (14 p.). Emerald.
Sanders, T.J.M., Vis, K. & Broeder, D. (2012). Project notes on the Dutch project DiscAn. Eighth Joint ACL - ISO Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation Pisa.
  2012 - Television or radio appearances
T.J.M. Sanders (30.03.2012) 'Lange zinnen zijn niet per se lastig'
  2012 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (18.10.2012) Categories of connectives and coherence relations; insights from cognitive and corpus studies.
T.J.M. Sanders (07.06.2012) Causality and subjectivity in discourse: Converging evidence from corpus-based, acquisition and processing studies
T.J.M. Sanders (03.10.2012) CLARIN-project “DiscAn”: Towards a Discourse Annotation system for Dutch language corpora.
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2012) Cognitie, Coherentie en Communicatie: het belang van convergerende evidentie.
T.J.M. Sanders (30.01.2012) Discourse Coherence in Bilingualism and SLI
T.J.M. Sanders (18.06.2012) Native and non-native fluency: a fundamental or gradient difference?
T.J.M. Sanders (12.07.2012) On the subjectivity of causal connectives in Mandarin discourse: An explorative corpus study of yushi, yinci, and kejian
T.J.M. Sanders (13.11.2012) Perceiving the fluency of native and non-native speakers
T.J.M. Sanders (10.07.2012) Perspective: its construction, representation, and function in narrative discourse.
T.J.M. Sanders (15.12.2012) Profiteren lezers in het voortgezet onderwijs van coherentiesignalen?
T.J.M. Sanders (10.07.2012) Responsibility in narrative discourse: How mental spaces and perspective help identifying subjectivity in causal coherence.
T.J.M. Sanders (12.07.2012) The acquisition of causality: Converging evidence from corpus-based and experimental methods
T.J.M. Sanders (12.07.2012) The cognition of coherence relations. Text structure in discourse processing: past, present and future directions.
T.J.M. Sanders (28.03.2012) The effect of …silent pauses… on native and non-native fluency perception
T.J.M. Sanders (01.06.2012) The effect of silent pauses on native and non-native fluency perception
T.J.M. Sanders (09.11.2012) Towards distinct profiles of SLI and non-dominant language development in simultaneous bilingualism: The case of connectives
  2012 - Paper
Tribushinina, E., Dubinkina, E., Gagarina, N. & Sanders, T.J.M. (09.11.2012). Discourse coherence in bilingualism and specific language impairment. Poster presented at the ZAS-Klausur-Meeting.
  2012 - Poster
Tribushinina, E., Dubinkina, E., Gagarina, N. & Sanders, T.J.M. (30.11.2012). Discourse coherence in bilingualism and SLI. Poster presented at the ZAS-Evaluation Meeting.
  2011 - Articles
Kamoen, N., Holleman, B.C., Nouwen, R.W.F., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H.H. (2011). Absolutely relative or relatively absolute? The linguistic behavior of gradable adjectives and degree modifiers. Journal of Pragmatics, 43 (15), (pp. 3639-3892) (254 p.).
Kamoen, N., Holleman, B.C., Mak, W.M., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H.H. (2011). Agree or Disagree? Cognitive processes involved in answering contrastive survey questions. Discourse Processes, 48 (5), (pp. 355-385) (31 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. & Jansen, C. (2011). Begrijpelijke taal – fundamenten en toepassingen van effectieve communicatie. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 33 (3), (pp. 201-207) (7 p.).
Kleijn, S., Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2011). Daardoor, dus! Effecten van specificiteit en subjectiviteit op de verwerking van connectieven. Toegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen, 85 (1), (pp. 103-112) (10 p.).
Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2011). Discovering domains - On the acquisition of causal connectives. Journal of Pragmatics, 43 (6), (pp. 1645-1662) (18 p.).
Janssen, D.M.L., van der Woude, N. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2011). Flywheel Forensics - Debat en public speaking in de klas. Levende Talen Magazine, 98 (8), (pp. 4-9) (6 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. (2011). Krachten gebundeld voor begrijpelijke taal. Nieuw gezamenlijk onderzoek universiteiten, bedrijven en overheid. Onze taal, 80 (5), (pp. 130-131) (2 p.).
Tillema, M., van den Bergh, H., Rijlaarsdam, G.C.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2011). Relating self reports of writing behaviour and online task execution using a temporal model. Metacognition and Learning, 6 (3), (pp. 229-253) (25 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. (2011). Wetenschap dicht communicatiekloof. NWO Hypothese, 18 (3), (pp. 18-20) (3 p.).
  2011 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (06.07.2011) Categories of Coherence relations and Connectives; Converging evidence from language use and language acquisition
T.J.M. Sanders (09.11.2011) Causality in Discourse and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (23.12.2011) Cognitieve processen bij het beantwoorden van contrastieve vragenlijstvragen.
T.J.M. Sanders (21.07.2011) Cognitive processes in answering survey questions
T.J.M. Sanders (31.08.2011) Connectives and coherence relations: on the minimal annotation of basic categories in discourse
T.J.M. Sanders (01.09.2011) Explaining process differences between L1 and L2 writing: the influence of learner variables.
T.J.M. Sanders (22.12.2011) Profiteren zwakke lezers tijdens het leesproces van coherentiesignalen?
T.J.M. Sanders (16.06.2011) Subjectivity in causal connectives: stylistic variation or cognitive categories?
T.J.M. Sanders (07.10.2011) When is speech fluent? The relationship between acoustic speech properties and subjective fluency ratings.
  2011 - Websites / portals
Holleman, B.C. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2011). http://communicatieofmediastuderen.nl/.
  2010 - Book parts / chapters
Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2010). Incremental discourse processing: How coherence relations influence the resolution of pronouns. In M Everaert, T Lentz, H De Mulder, O Nilsen & A Zondervan (Eds.), The Linguistics Enterprise: From knowledge of language to knowledge in linguistics John Benjamins.
  2010 - Articles
Persoon, I., Sanders, T.J.M., Quené, H. & Verhagen, A. (2010). Een coördinerende omdat-constructie in gesproken Nederlands? Tekstlinguïstische en prosodische aspecten. Nederlandse taalkunde (15), (pp. 259-282) (24 p.).
  2010 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Jochmann-Mannak, H.E., Huibers, T.W.C., Lentz, L.R. & Sanders, T.J.M. (23.07.2010). Children searching information on the Internet: Performance on children's interfaces compared to Google. Towards Accessible Search Systems - Workshop proceedings of the 33rd Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (pp. 27-35) (9 p.). Geneva: ACM, Towards Accessible Search Systems - Workshop of the 33rd Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval.
Stukker, N.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (15.03.2010). Diverging frequency effects in causal connectives across discourse contexts. A usage-based interpretation. 34th International LAUD symposium Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Language variation in its structural, conceptual and cultural dimensions. 2010, 34th International LAUD symposium Cognitive Sociolinguistics.
Spooren, W., Sanders, T.J.M., Huiskes, M. & Degand, L. (2010). Subjectivity and Causality: A Corpus Study of Spoken Language. In J. Newman & S. Rice (Eds.), Empirical and Experimental Methods in Cognitive/Functional Research (pp. 256-270) (15 p.). Stanford, CA, USA: CSLI Publications.
  2010 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (01.06.2010) Because vs Want: Hoe beinvloeden Connectieven de verwerking van causale relaties?
T.J.M. Sanders (20.09.2010) Causal Categories in Connectives, Coherence relations and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (09.12.2010) Causal Categories in Connectives, Coherence relations and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (18.12.2010) Causal connectives: How usage patterns affect online processing
T.J.M. Sanders (17.12.2010) Causality and Subjectivity in discourse and cognition; on converging evidence and cognitive linguistics.
T.J.M. Sanders (12.03.2010) Causality in Connectives, Coherence relations and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (16.08.2010) Children’s comprehension of causal relations: Evidence from eye-tracking.
T.J.M. Sanders (18.03.2010) Comparing because to want; How connectives affect the processing of causal relations.
T.J.M. Sanders (11.03.2010) Co-organizer Zheijang-Utrecht seminar on Discourse and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (31.10.2010) Referential coherence in Mandarin discourse: the processing of zero vs. pronoun
T.J.M. Sanders (08.09.2010) The effect of vocabulary knowledge on formulating activities during the execution of L1 writing tasks.
T.J.M. Sanders (01.06.2010) Utrecht-Gent joint workshop on Causal Connectives
  2010 - Paper
Persoon, I. & Sanders, T.J.M. (15.03.2010). Do speakers think differently than writers? Comparing connective patterns used in conversations and texts. LAUD Symposium.
  2010 - Poster
Canestrelli, A.R., Mak, W.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (16.08.2010). Causal connectives as processing instructions: Usage patterns are reflected in online processing. The Society for Text & Discourse.
  2009 - Book editorship
Sanders, T.J.M. & Sweetser, E (2009). Causal categories in discourse and cognition. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  2009 - Book parts / chapters
Land, J., van den Bergh, H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2009). Zwakke teksten voor 'zwakke' lezers. In S Verhallen (Eds.), Vakwerk 5: Achtergronden van de NT2 lespraktijk (pp. 54-62) (9 p.). Amsterdam: VU.
  2009 - Articles
Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2009). "Zeg het in jip-en-janneketaal". Begrijpelijk schrijven in de geest van Annie M.G. Schmidt. Onze taal, 78 (9), (pp. 244-246) (3 p.).
Land, J.F.H., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H.H. (2009). Effectieve tekststructuur voor het vmbo. Een corpus-analytisch en experimenteel onderzoek naar tekstbegrip en tekstwaardering van vmbo-leerlingen voor studieteksten. Pedagogische Studien, 85 (2), (pp. 76-94) (19 p.).
Pander Maat, H.L.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2009). How grammatical and discourse factors may predict the forward prominence of referents: two corpus studies. Linguistics, 47 (6), (pp. 1273-1319) (47 p.).
van Weijen, D., van den Bergh, H., Rijlaarsdam, G.C.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2009). L1 use during L2 writing: An empirical study of a complex phenomenon. Journal of Second Language Writing, 18 (4), (pp. 235-250) (16 p.).
Land, J.F.H., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H. (2009). Met je leerboek van de regen in de drup. Tekstblad, 15 (4), (pp. 26-28) (3 p.).
van Veen, R., Evers-Vermeul, J., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H. (2009). Parental input and connective acquisition: a growth curve analysis. First Language, 29 (3), (pp. 267-289) (23 p.).
Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2009). The Emergence of Dutch connectives; how cumulative cognitive complexity explains the order of acquisition. Journal of Child Language, 36 (4), (pp. 829-854) (26 p.).
  2009 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stukker, N.M., Sanders, T.J.M. & Verhagen, A. (2009). Categories of subjectivity in Dutch causal connectives: a usage-based analysis. In T. Sanders & E. Sweetser (Eds.), Causal categories in discourse and cognition (pp. 119-171) (53 p.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Sanders, T.J.M. & Spooren, W. (2009). Causal categories in discourse. Converging evidence from language use. In E. Sweetser & T. Sanders (Eds.), Causal categories in discourse and cognition (pp. 205-246) (42 p.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Sanders, T.J.M., Sanders, J. & Sweetser, E (2009). Causality, cognition and communication: A mental space analysis of subjectivity in causal connectives. In T. Sanders & E. Sweetser (Eds.), Causal categories in discourse and cognition (pp. 19-60) (42 p.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Sanders, T.J.M. & Sweetser, E (2009). Introduction: Causality in language and cognition - what causal connectives and causal verbs reveal about the way we think. In T. Sanders & E. Sweetser (Eds.), Causal categories in discourse and cognition (pp. 1-18) (18 p.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Sanders, T.J.M. & Spooren, W. (2009). The cognition of discourse coherence. In J. Renkema (Eds.), Discourse, of course (pp. 197-212) (16 p.). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  2009 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (26.07.2009) Co-coördinator: Readability, text comprehension and usability: cognitive and computational aspects.
T.J.M. Sanders (13.01.2009) Coördinator
T.J.M. Sanders (28.08.2009) Coördinator Taalbeheersing: over taalgebruik en tekstkwaliteit.
T.J.M. Sanders (23.11.2009) How because differs from want and omdat. On the processing of causal relations.
T.J.M. Sanders (29.08.2009) Off-line and on-line measurement of metacognition. How self-reports explain the occurrence of metacognition during the execution of writing tasks.
T.J.M. Sanders (29.01.2009) The effect of writing in L1 versus L2 on process-product relations
T.J.M. Sanders (04.06.2009) The on-line processing of causal coherence relations and connectives
T.J.M. Sanders (11.09.2009) The role of prosody in distinguishing types of causal relations in English
T.J.M. Sanders (21.09.2009) The use of because in spoken English: Can connective patterns in spoken discourse differ in use compared to written discourse?
T.J.M. Sanders (25.06.2009) The Use of Causal Connective Patterns in Spoken Dutch.
T.J.M. Sanders (24.04.2009) Why do Dutch speakers use coordinating omdat in their presentation but not in their writings?
  2009 - Poster
Jochmann-Mannak, H.E., Huibers, T.W.C. & Sanders, T.J.M. (02.02.2009). Children's Information Retrieval: how to support children in effective information-seeking?. The 9th Dutch-Belgian Information Retrieval Workshop.
  2008 - Book parts / chapters
Land, J., van den Bergh, H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2008). Leesplezier en leesfrequentie op het vmbo. Een kwantitatief inventarisatie-onderzoek naar leesgedrag en waardering voor studieteksten. In D. Schram (Eds.), Lezen in het vmbo. Onderzoek - interventie - praktijk (pp. 151-182.) (1 p.). Delft: Eburon.
  2008 - Articles
Troost, C., Jansen, F. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2008). Bepaalt cognitieve economie de plaats van temporele en causale bijzinnen? Een corpusonderzoek naar principes achter tekstproductie. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 30 (1), (pp. 75-88) (14 p.).
Stukker, Ninne, Sanders, T.J.M. & Verhagen, A. (2008). Causality in verbs and in discourse connectives: Converging evidence of cross-level parallels in Dutch linguistic categorization. Journal of Pragmatics, 40 (7), (pp. 1296-1322) (27 p.).
Kamalski, J, Sanders, T.J.M. & Lentz, L.R. (2008). Coherence marking, prior knowledge and comprehension of informative and persuasive texts: Sorting things out. Discourse Processes, 45 (4), (pp. 323-345) (23 p.).
Staphorsius, M & Sanders, T.J.M. (2008). Leesbaarheid en tekststructuur in basisschoolteksten. Een exploratief onderzoek. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 30 (2), (pp. 174-197) (24 p.).
Spooren, W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2008). The acquisition order of coherence relations: On cognitive complexity in discourse. Journal of Pragmatics, 40 (12), (pp. 2003-2026).
Kamalski, J.M.H., Lentz, L.R., Sanders, T.J.M. & Zwaan, R. (2008). The forewarning Effect of Coherence Markers in Persuative Discourse: Evidence from Persuasion and Processing. Discourse Processes, 45, (pp. 545-579) (35 p.).
  2008 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stukker, N.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2008). Another('s) perspective on subjectivity in causal connectives: Analyzing typical and non-typical use in corpora. In C. Fabricius-Hansen (Eds.), Linearisation and segmentation in Discourse. Oslo: University of Oslo.
Jochmann-Mannak, H.E., Huibers, T.W.C. & Sanders, T.J.M. (22.09.2008). Children’s information retrieval: beyond examining search strategies and interfaces. The 2nd BCS-IRSG Symposium: Future Directions in Information Access (pp. 64-72) (9 p.). London: British Computer Society, The 2nd BCS-IRSG Symposium: Future Directions in Information Access.
Land, J.F.H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2008). Lezen. Leuk én leerzaam. Over tekstbegrip op het vmbo. In D. Schram (Eds.), Lezen in het vmbo. Onderzoek - interventie - praktijk. (pp. 123-149) (27 p.). Delft: Eburon.
  2008 - Reports
de Leeuw, S., Mak, P., Jochmann-Mannak, H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2008). Kinderen zoeken informatie met de jeugdaquabrowser: Hoe gaan ze te werk, waar leidt het toe en kan het beter?. (1 p.). Utrecht: UiL OTS, VOB - Vereniging voor Openbare Bibliotheken Bekroond met de Martinus J. Langeveldprijs 2009.
  2008 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (22.05.2008) Causal categories in discourse coherence - Converging evidence from language use
T.J.M. Sanders (21.01.2008) Causality in connectives and coherence relations
T.J.M. Sanders (06.11.2008) Coördinator workshop "Begrijpelijke Taal"
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2008) Forumbijdrage
T.J.M. Sanders (24.11.2008) Forumbijdrage
T.J.M. Sanders (11.06.2008) Intentional Adaptation as a Key Feature of Skilled L1 Writing.
  2008 - Websites / portals
Jansen, C.J.M. & Sanders, T.J.M. (24.11.2008). Communiceren in begrijpelijke taal: jip-en-janneketaal helpt niet.
  2007 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. & Lentz, L.R. (2007). Discourse, Cognition and Communication. Information Design Journal, 15 (3), (pp. 197-198) (2 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M., Land, J. & Mulder, G. (2007). Linguistic markers of coherence improve text comprehension in functional contexts. Information Design Journal, 15 (3), (pp. 219-235) (17 p.).
  2007 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Sanders, T.J.M. & Spooren, W. (2007). Discourse and text structure. In D. Geeraerts & H. Cuykens (Eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2007 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (25.04.2007) Causal relations in discourse and discourse processing
T.J.M. Sanders (01.11.2007) Causality in Connectives, Coherence relations and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (05.04.2007) Causality in Connectives, Coherence relations and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (21.01.2007) Causality in Connectives, Coherence relations and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders (14.04.2007) Causality, Subjectivity and the Cognition of Discourse Connectives
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2007) Co-coördinator
T.J.M. Sanders (01.09.2007) Coordinator congres
T.J.M. Sanders (09.07.2007) On the role of conversational context in the acquisition of causal connectives
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2007) Projectleider
T.J.M. Sanders (16.12.2007) Taal, regels, kennis en empirisch onderzoek
T.J.M. Sanders (27.01.2007) Visiting scholar
  2006 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. & Pander Maat, H.L.W. (2006). Cohesion and Coherence. In K. Brown (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Volume 2 (pp. 591-595) (5 p.). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Pander Maat, H.L.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2006). Connectives in Text. In K. Brown (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Volume 3 (pp. 33-41) (9 p.). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  2006 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. & Jansen, F. (2006). Universiteit moet aan nieuwe spelling. U blad : Utrechts universiteitsblad, (pp. 3) (1 p.). Artikel op verzoek van redactie, U-blad, 19 januari 2006.
  2006 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Kamalski, J.M.H., Lentz, L.R. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2006). Effects of Coherence Marking on the Comprehension and Appraisal of Discourse. In R. Sun & N. Miyake (Eds.), Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1575-1580) (6 p.). Mahwah, NJ, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum, 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
Sanders, T.J.M. & Sanders, J. (2006). Text and text analysis. In K. Brown & et al. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (pp. 597-607) (11 p.). London: Elsevier.
Sanders, T.J.M. & Schilperoord, J. (2006). Text structure as a window on the cognition of writing; How text analysis provides insights in writing products and writing processes. In C. MacArthur, S. Graham & J. Fitzgerald (Eds.), Handbook of Writing Research (pp. 386-402) (17 p.). New York: Guildford Press.
  2006 - Reports
Land, J.F.H., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H. (2006). Wat maakt een studietekst geschikt voor vmbo-leerlingen. (1 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Lezen.
  2006 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (01.09.2006) Co-coördinator congres
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2006) How to measure text comprehension?
T.J.M. Sanders (01.12.2006) Taal, regels, kennis en empirisch onderzoek
T.J.M. Sanders (03.02.2006) Tekstbegrip op school. Over coherentie, studieboekteksten en lezen op het vmbo.
T.J.M. Sanders (20.03.2006) Tekststructuur en taalvaardigheid. Waarom tekstlinguïstische inzichten in het Nederlands van belang zijn voor tekstbegrip en schrijfvaardigheid
T.J.M. Sanders (15.07.2006) The role of coherence marking in persuasion: the forewarning effect?
T.J.M. Sanders (28.07.2006) Waarom structuur in teksten veel belangrijker is dan spelling. Lezing voor “The learning library"
  2005 - Articles
Kamalski, J.M.H., Sanders, T.J.M., Lentz, L.R. & van den Bergh, H. (2005). Hoe kun je het beste meten of een leerling een tekst begrijpt? Een vergelijkend onderzoek naar vier methoden. Levende Talen Tijdschrift, 6 (4), (pp. 3-9) (7 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. (2005). Tekst doordenken. Taalbeheersing als de studie van taalgebruik en tekstkwaliteit. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 27 (1), (pp. 58-74) (17 p.).
  2005 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Sanders, T.J.M. (2005). Coherence, causality and cognitive complexity in discourse. In M. Aurnague & M Bras (Eds.), Proceedings of the First International Symposium on the Exploration and Modelling of Meaning (pp. 31-46) (16 p.). Toulouse, France: Universite de Toulouse-le-Mirail.
Sanders, T.J.M. (2005). De paradox van causale complexiteit. In j Schilperoord & C van Wijk (Eds.), Terugkijken en vooruitblikken op Leo Noordmans paden door de tekstwetenschap (pp. 39-54) (16 p.). Tilburg: Faculteit der Letteren, Universiteit van Tilburg.
Kamalski, J.M.H., Lentz, L.R. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2005). The role of coherence markers in persuasion: the forewarning effect?. In M Aurnague, M. Bras, A. le Draoulec & L. Vieu (Eds.), Proceedings, SEM-05, First International Symposium on the exploration and modelling of meaning (pp. 31-44) (14 p.).
  2005 - Reports
Land, J.F.H., Sanders, T.J.M. & van den Bergh, H. (2005). Coherentie, identificatie en motivatie op het Vmbo; een onderzoek naar tekst-en lezerskenmerken die het tekstbegrip en de tekstwaardering van Vmbo-leerlingen beinvloeden. (1 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Lezen, extern.
  2005 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (14.11.2005) Coherence, Causality and Cognitive complexity in discourse
T.J.M. Sanders (07.12.2005) De Relatie tussen Woordenschat en Taakuitoefening bij het Schrijven in een Vreemde Taal
T.J.M. Sanders (25.02.2005) Inherent complexity and input frequency in the acquisition of Dutch connectives
T.J.M. Sanders (02.12.2005) The paradox of causal complexity in discourse
T.J.M. Sanders (07.09.2005) The paradox of causal complexity: On the processing of causal relations in expository text
T.J.M. Sanders (07.09.2005) Top-down expectations or causality by default?
T.J.M. Sanders (09.12.2005) Waarom worden complexe relaties sneller gelezen dan eenvoudige? Over de verwerking van causale relaties in informerende tekst
  2005 - Poster
  2004 - Book editorship
Sanders, T.J.M. & Gernsbacher, M.A. (2004). Accessibility in text and discourse processing, Special issue of Discourse processes, 37, 2. Mawah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, Guest-editorship special issue.
  2004 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. & Gernsbacher, M.A. (2004). Accessibility in discourse and text processing. Discourse Processes, 37 (2), (pp. 79-89) (11 p.).
Kamalski, J.M.H., Lentz, L.R. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2004). Coherentiemarkering in informerende en persuasieve teksten. Een empirisch onderzoek naar cognitieve en affectieve effecten. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 26 (2), (pp. 85-104) (20 p.).
Versteeg, N., Sanders, T.J.M. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (2004). De rol van linguïstische kennis en wereldkennis tijdens de verwerking van zinnen en tekst: interactie of autonomie?. Nederlandse taalkunde, 9 (4), (pp. 311-334) (24 p.).
  2004 - Inaugural speech
Sanders, T.J.M. (19.10.2004). Tekst doordenken. Taalbeheersing als de studie van taalgebruik en tekstkwaliteit. (38 p.). Utrecht: Faculteit der Letteren, Universiteit Utrecht.
  2004 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (20.09.2004) Discourse coherence and Cognitive complexity
T.J.M. Sanders (17.12.2004) organisatie congres
T.J.M. Sanders (09.01.2004) Reading in the lab versus reading in a functional context: How research on text structure and text processing can be fruitful for document design
T.J.M. Sanders (08.10.2004) Subjectivity and Causality: A corpus study of spoken language
T.J.M. Sanders (11.07.2004) Taking causal relations to the next level - but which one?
T.J.M. Sanders (22.09.2004) Writing Processes in L1 and L2
  2003 - Articles
Evers-Vermeul, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2003). "Waarom? Daaromdat ik dat zeg!" Hoe kinderen teksten leren bouwen. Onze taal, 72 (4), (pp. 78-80) (3 p.).
Land, J.F.H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2003). Hoe begrijpelijk en aantrekkelijk zijn studieboekteksten op het vmbo?. Levende Talen Tijdschrift, 4 (1), (pp. 12-18) (7 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. (2003). Letterhaspelaars, vmbo-ers en leesonderzoek. Tekstblad, 9 (4), (pp. 1) (1 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M., Spooren, W.P.M.S. & van Wijk, C.H. (2003). Recente ontwikkelingen in de Tekstwetenschap: onderzoek naar de analyse, verwerking en productie van discourse. Gramma/TTT, 9 (2/3), (pp. 87-93) (7 p.).
  2003 - Book reviews
Sanders, T.J.M. (2003). Patrick Meuris. Vormen van Verklaren. De globale structuur van alledaagse verklarende teksten. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 25, (pp. 376-382) (7 p.).
  2003 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (05.01.2003) Co-coördinator congres
T.J.M. Sanders (28.11.2003) On Cognitive Complexity in Discourse: On the modeling, acquisition and processing of discourse structure
T.J.M. Sanders (13.01.2003) Subject-pronoun competition in the resolution of ambiguous pronouns. Corpus studies and a processing experiment
T.J.M. Sanders (01.07.2003) The role of linguistic knowledge and world knowledge during sentence and discource processing: interaction or autonomy?
  2002 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. & van Wijk, C.H. (2002). Taal en de cognitieve processen van productie en verwerking. In T. Janssen (Eds.), Taal in gebruik. Een inleiding in de taalwetenschap (pp. 45-59) (15 p.). 's-Gravenhage: SDU.
Sanders, T.J.M. & Spooren, W.P.M.S. (2002). Tekst en cognitie. In T. Janssen (Eds.), Taal in gebruik. Een inleiding in de taalwetenschap (pp. 111-129) (19 p.). 's-Gravenhage: SDU.
  2002 - Articles
Land, J.F.H., Sanders, T.J.M., Lentz, L.R. & van den Bergh, H. (2002). Coherentie en identificatie in studieboeken. Een empirisch onderzoek naar tekstbegrip en tekstwaardering op het vmbo. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 24 (4), (pp. 281-302) (22 p.).
Degand, L. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2002). The impact of relational markers on expository text comprehension in L1 and L2. Reading and Writing, 15 (7-8), (pp. 739-757) (19 p.).
Lentz, L.R., Land, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2002). Welke tekstkenmerken dragen bij aan de kwaliteit van studieboekteksten?. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 24 (4), (pp. 281-302) (22 p.).
  2002 - Reports
Land, J.F.H., Sanders, T.J.M. & Lentz, L.R. (2002). Tekstbegrip en tekstwaardering op het vmbo. Amsterdam: Stichting Lezen.
  2002 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (13.10.2002) Acquiring Dutch causal connectives: Content, epistemic or speech act first?
T.J.M. Sanders (21.09.2002) Anaphoric Quantifiers and Discourse Cohesion
T.J.M. Sanders (21.06.2002) Chaînes anaphoriques et types de textes: un point de vue psycholinguistique (The influence of discourse structure on anaphora resolution: some psycholinguistic evidence)
T.J.M. Sanders (12.10.2002) Conceptual models in causality markers: evidence from language use(rs)
  2002 - Paper
Sanders, T.J.M. (2002). Cognitive Complexity in Coherence Relations. Invited seminar ULCL.
  2001 - Book editorship
Sanders, T.J.M., Schilperoord, J. & Spooren, W.P.M.S. (2001). Text representation - Linguistic and psycholinguistic aspects. (363 p.). Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, volume 8 in the series on Human Cognitive processing.
  2001 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. & Spooren, W.P.M.S. (2001). Text representation as an interface between language and its users. In W. Dr. Spooren, T.J.M. Dr. Sanders & J. Dr. Schilperoord (Eds.), Text representation - Linguistic and psycholinguistic aspects (pp. 1-25) (25 p.). Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, Boek is deel 8 in de serie 'Human cognitive processing'.
  2001 - Articles
Knott, A., Sanders, T.J.M. & Oberlander, J. (2001). Levels of representation in discourse relations. Cognitive Linguistics, 12 (3), (pp. 197-209) (13 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. (2001). Structuursignalen in informerende teksten. Over leesonderzoek en tekstadviezen. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 23 (1), (pp. 1-22) (22 p.).
Pander Maat, H.L.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2001). Subjectivity in clausal connectives: an empirical study of language in use. Cognitive Linguistics, 12 (3), (pp. 247-273) (27 p.).
  2001 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Sanders, T.J.M. (2001). From the structure and coherence of informative texts to cognitive criteria for text quality? Two case studies. In L. Degand & et al (Eds.), Multi-disciplinary approaches to Discourse (pp. 175-181) (7 p.). Münster: Stichting Neerlandistiek VU / Nodus Publikationen.
  2001 - Reports
Bos-Aanen, J., Sanders, T.J.M. & Lentz, L.R. (2001). Tekst, begrip en waardering. Wat vertelt onderzoek ons over het effect van tekstkenmerken op begrip en waardering van informerende teksten bij kinderen en tieners. (66 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Lezen.
Sanders, T.J.M., Lentz, L.R. & Bos-Aanen, J. (2001). Tekstwetenschap en leesbevordering: een inventariserend onderzoek naar tekstwetenschappelijke criteria van tekstkwaliteit. Amsterdam: Stichting Lezen.
  2001 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (11.01.2001) Co-coordinator Reference in Discourse: Cognitive, functional and formal approaches
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2001) Discourse Coherence
T.J.M. Sanders (01.07.2001) From parsing to discourse processing: Crossing the borders
T.J.M. Sanders (26.07.2001) Modeling causal and contrastive connectives: on domains, subjectivity and mental spaces.
T.J.M. Sanders (11.06.2001) On Discourse Coherence: text-linguistic and cognitive aspects
T.J.M. Sanders (01.08.2001) On the structure and coherence of informative texts: Toward cognitive criteria for text quality
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2001) Onderzoeksbijeenkomsten "Discourse op Dinsdag"
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2001) Potential ambiguity in natural discourse; A corpus study of referential coherence
T.J.M. Sanders (04.06.2001) Subject-pronoun competition in the resolution of ambiguous pronouns
T.J.M. Sanders (27.07.2001) 'Usage-based' versus 'Cognitive complexity'? The acquisition order of Dutch connectives explained
  2000 - Book editorship
Spooren, W.P.M.S., Sanders, T.J.M. & van Wijk, C.H. (2000). Samenhang in diversiteit. (298 p.). Tilburg: KUB Faculteit der Letteren.
  2000 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. (2000). Probleem-oplossingrelaties in expositorische teksten. In W. Spooren, T.J.M. Sanders & C. van Wijk (Eds.), Samenhang in diversiteit (pp. 197-210) (14 p.). Tilburg: KUB Faculteit der Letteren.
Spooren, W.P.M.S., Sanders, T.J.M. & van Wijk, C.H. (2000). Samenhang in diversiteit - Over taal, mens- en tekstwetenschap. In W. Spooren, T.J.M. Sanders & C. van Wijk (Eds.), Samenhang in diversiteit (pp. 3-12) (10 p.). Tilburg: KUB Faculteit der Letteren.
  2000 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. & Noordman, L.G.M. (2000). The role of coherence relations and their linguistic markers in text processing. Discourse Processes, 29 (1), (pp. 37-60) (24 p.).
  2000 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Pander Maat, H.L.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (2000). Domains of use or subjectivity. The distribution of three Dutch causal connectives explained. In E. Couper-Kuhlen & B. Kortmann (Eds.), Cause - Condition - Concession - Contrast. Cognitive and Discourse Perspectives. (pp. 57-82) (26 p.). Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  2000 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (01.01.2000) Language in Use: A discourse perspective
T.J.M. Sanders (31.10.2000) Text linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders (01.07.2000) The impact of relational markers on expository text comprehension in L1 and L2
  1999 - Book editorship
Knott, A., Oberlander, J., Moore, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). Levels of Representation in Discourse. Working Notes of the International Workshop on Text Representation. Edinburgh (UK): Human Communication Research Centre.
Don, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS Yearbook 1998-1999. (78 p.). Utrecht: Holland Academy Graphics.
  1999 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. & Spooren, W.P.M.S. (1999). Communicative intentions and coherence relations. In W. Bublitz, U. Lenk & E. Ventola (Eds.), Coherence in spoken and written discourse (pp. 235-251) (17 p.). Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Schilperoord, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). How hierarchical text structure affects retrieval processes. In M. Torrance & D. Galbraith (Eds.), Knowing what to write. Conceptual processes in Text Production (pp. 13-30) (18 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  1999 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). Academische Communicatiekunde. Twee nieuwe hoogleraren in de sector taalgebruik en communicatie. Tekst(blad), 5 (4), (pp. 40-42) (3 p.).
van Wijk, C.H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). Identifying writing strategies through text analysis. Written Communication, 16 (1), (pp. 52-76) (25 p.).
Stukker, N.M., Sanders, T.J.M. & Verhagen, A. (1999). Waar een wil is, is geen wet - De categorisering van causale relaties binnen en tussen zinnen. Gramma/TTT, 7 (1), (pp. 66-86) (21 p.).
  1999 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Degand, L. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). Causal connectives in language use. In A. Knott, J. Oberlander, J. Moore & T. Sander (Eds.), Levels of Representation in Discourse. Working notes of the international workshop on text representation (pp. 3-13) (11 p.). Edinburgh, UK: University of Edinburgh.
  1999 - Book reviews
Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). -. Taalbeheersing, 21, (pp. 229-232) (4 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. (1999). Bespreking van Markeerders van thematische structuur in tekst. Taalbeheersing, 21, (pp. 63-67) (5 p.).
  1999 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (07.07.1999) Causal connectives in language use. Theoretical and methodological aspects of the classification of coherence relations and connectives.
T.J.M. Sanders (20.02.1999) Coherence in text and in text representation
T.J.M. Sanders (09.06.1999) Coherence relations in text and in text representation
T.J.M. Sanders (11.07.1999) Hierarchical discourse structure and discourse processing: Levels of activation
T.J.M. Sanders (12.07.1999) Subjectivity and discourse: the case of causal connectives.
T.J.M. Sanders (17.09.1999) The role of text structure in the processing of expository text
T.J.M. Sanders (01.09.1999) Werkswinkel Methoden van Leesonderzoek
T.J.M. Sanders (01.09.1999) Werkswinkel over de structuur van informerende teksten
  1998 - Book editorship
Don, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1998). UiL OTS Yearbook 1998. Utrecht: UiL OTS.
  1998 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. & van Wijk, C.H. (1998). Tekstkwaliteit: Van spelling naar tekststructuur. In F. Jansen & L. Gijsbers (Eds.), Kriskras door het Nederlands (pp. 85-91) (7 p.). Den Haag: SDU, (eerder verschenen in Onze Taal, 1988).
  1998 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. & Jaspers, J. (1998). Fundamenten en bruggen. Over de relatie tussen tekstonderzoek en schrijfadviezen. Tekst(blad), 4 (1), (pp. 4-10) (7 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. & Knott, A. (1998). The classification of coherence relations and their linguistic markers: An exploration of two languages. Journal of Pragmatics, 30, (pp. 135-175) (41 p.).
  1998 - Reports
Sanders, T.J.M., van Dijk, K. & Lentz, L.R. (1998). Evaluatie van de SIP-brochures. Een onderzoek naar de tekstkwaliteit van de brochures in het Studie-informatiepakket van de Universiteit Utrecht. (34 p.). Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, Fac. der Letteren, Inst. Nederlands, Derde Geldstroomproject.
  1998 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders (01.10.1998) On the categorization of causal coherence relations and connectives
T.J.M. Sanders (01.09.1998) What does children's discourse tell us about coherence relations?
  1997 - Book editorship
Don, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). UiL OTS Yearbook 1997. Utrecht: UiL OTS.
  1997 - Book parts / chapters
Schilperoord, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). Pauses, Cognitive Rhythms and Discourse Structure; An empirical study of discourse production. In W.-A. Liebert, G. Redeker & L. Waugh (Eds.), Discourse and Perspective in Cognitive Linguistics (pp. 247-267) (12 p.). Amsterdam/Philidelphia: John Benjamins.
  1997 - Articles
Pit, M.T., Pander Maat, H.L.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). 'Doordat', 'omdat' en 'want'. Perspectieven op hun gebruik. Taalbeheersing, 19, (pp. 238-251) (14 p.).
Pander Maat, H.L.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). Perspectief in coherentierelaties en connectieven? Over het gebruik van 'dus', 'daarom' en 'daardoor'. Gramma/TTT, 5, (pp. 191-207) (27 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). Psycholinguistics and the discourse level: Challenges for cognitive linguistics. Cognitive Linguistics, 8 (3), (pp. 243-265) (23 p.). ontbrak in het verslag van 1997.
Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). Semantic and pragmatic sources of coherence: On the categorization of coherence relations in context. Discourse Processes, 24, (pp. 119-147) (29 p.).
  1997 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van Wijk, C.H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). Identificatie van schrijfstrategieën door tekstanalyse. In H. van den Bergh, D. Janssen, N. Bertens & M. Damen (Eds.), Taalgebruik ontrafeld. Bijdragen aan het zevende VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres gehouden op 18, 19 en 20 december 1996 aan de Universiteit van Utrecht (pp. 239-250) (12 p.). Dordrecht: Foris Publications, Zevende VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres.
Rijlaarsdam, G.C.W. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1997). Lees- en schrijfprocessen en lees- en schrijfvaardigheid. In H. van den Bergh, D. Janssen, N. Bertens & M. Damen (Eds.), Taalgebruik ontrafeld. Bijdragen van het zevende VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres gehouden op 18, 19 en 20 december 1996 aan de Universiteit van Utrecht (pp. 223-229) (7 p.). Dordrecht: Foris Publications, Zevende VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres.
  1996 - Book editorship
Sanders, T.J.M. & Smulders, P. (1996). Schrijfwijsheden - Visies op taal en taaladvies.. (304 p.). SDU.
  1996 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M., Janssen, D.M.L., van der Pool, E., Schilperoord, J. & van Wijk, C. (1996). Hierarchical text structure in writing pro­ducts and writing processes. In G. Rijlaarsdam, H. van den Bergh & M. Couzijn (Eds.), Theories, models and methodology in writing research (pp. 472-493) (21 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Boogaard, M., Sanders, T.J.M. & Admiraal, W. (1996). Vullen connectieven de open plekken? Over coherentie en tekstbegriptoetsing. In P. Groot & L.J.A. Nienhuis (Eds.), Leesvaardigheid in de eerste en tweede taal, een vergelijking. (pp. 7-21) (14 p.). UiL OTS.
  1996 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. & van Wijk, C. (1996). PISA - A procedure for analyzing the structure of explanatory texts. Text and Talk, 16 (1), (pp. 91-132) (41 p.).
Tates, K., Spooren, W.P.M.S. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1996). Taalverwerving en de classificatie van coherentierelaties. Nederlandse taalkunde, 1 (1), (pp. 26-51) (26 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M. & Sanders, Jose (1996). Tekstanalyse als evaluatie-instrument bij tekstherziening. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 18 (4), (pp. 310-324) (14 p.).
  1994 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. (1994). Verschillende coherentierelaties in verschillende teksttypen. In A. Maes & P. van Hauwermeiren (Eds.), Perspectieven in taalbeheersingsonderzoek - Lezingen van het zesde VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres (pp. 130-143) (13 p.). Dordrecht: ICG.
  1994 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. (1994). 'Breng samenhang aan'. Schrijfadviezen en tekstbegriponderzoek. Onze taal, 12, (pp. 300-302) (3 p.).
Renkema, J., Sanders, T.J.M., Sanders, J. & van Wijk, C. (1994). Praktijkonderzoek naar tekstkwaliteit: een standaardvoorbeeld. Communicatie, 7 (4), (pp. 13-22) (10 p.).
  1994 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Sanders, T.J.M. & van Wijk, C. (1994). Procedures voor Incrementele Structuur-Analyse (PISA) - Uitleg en toepassing op verklarende teksten. In A. Maes & P. van Hauwermeieren (Eds.), Perspectieven in taalbeheersingsonderzoek - Lezingen van het zesde VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres (pp. 191-203) (12 p.). Dordrecht: ICG.
Spooren, W.P.M.S., Hoeken, H. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1994). Tekstver­werking als functie van tekststructuur en tekstinteressant­heid. In A. Maes & P. van Hauwermeiren (Eds.), Perspectieven in taalbeheersingsonderzoek - Lezingen van het zesde VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres (pp. 98-108) (10 p.). Dordrecht: ICG.
  1994 - Reports
Sanders, T.J.M. (1994). The classification of coherence relations and their linguistic markers: evidence from converging methodologies - Report for British Council/NWO. (10 p.). NWO.
  1993 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. (1993). Coherentie in tekstbegriptoetsing - Over tekstlinguïstiek, tekstbegrip en taalonderwijskunde. In P. van den Hoven, L. Lentz, J. Sturm & F. Vonk (Eds.), Taal in onderwijs en organisatie - Een vlootschouw van onderzoek (pp. 161-167) (6 p.). Utrecht: CLC Publications.
  1993 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M., Spooren, W.P.M.S. & Noordman, L. (1993). Coherence relations in a cognitive theory of discourse representation. Cognitive Linguistics, 4 (2), (pp. 93-133) (40 p.).
  1993 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Sanders, T.J.M. (1993). On the cognitive and text-analytical status of coherence relations. In O. Rambow (Eds.), Intentionality and Structure in Discourse relations - Proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics (pp. 114-118) (4 p.). Columbus, Ohio: Association for Computational Linguistics.
  1992 - Articles
Spooren, W.P.M.S. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1992). Bereikt de rector de docent? Problemen met interne communicatie op scholen. OMOlogie, 24 (1), (pp. 13-16) (4 p.).
Sanders, T.J.M., Spooren, W.P.M.S. & Noordman, L.G.M. (1992). Toward a taxonomy of coherence relations. Discourse Processes, 15 (1), (pp. 1-35) (35 p.).
  1990 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, T.J.M. (1990). Tekststructuur als criterium voor tekstkwaliteit. In C. van Rees & P. Mooren (Eds.), Makkelijk Lezen (pp. 71-87) (16 p.). Tilburg: Zwijssen.
  1988 - Articles
Sanders, T.J.M. & van Wijk, C. (1988). Tekstkwaliteit: van Spelling naar Tekststructuur. Onze taal, 57, (pp. 142-143) (2 p.).
  1987 - Articles
van Wijk, C. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1987). Linguïstische criteria voor tekstkwaliteit. Levende Talen, 426, (pp. 691-697) (7 p.).
  1986 - Articles
Smulders, P. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1986). VIOT-congres 1986. Onze taal, 55, (pp. 135-136) (2 p.).
  1985 - Articles
Renkema, J. & Sanders, T.J.M. (1985). Wie u bent en wat u wilt. Onze taal, 54, (pp. 44-45) (2 p.).
  0 - Lectures
T.J.M. Sanders () Causale coherentie-markeerders in gesproken Nederlands
T.J.M. Sanders () Causality and Subjectivity in Discourse and Cognition
T.J.M. Sanders () Causality and subjectivity in discourse and cognition: evidence from (cross-)linguistic analyses, acquisition and processing.
T.J.M. Sanders () Causality and subjectivity in discouse and cognition: on converging evidence in linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive processes
T.J.M. Sanders () Coherence in discourse and cognition; on converging evidence
T.J.M. Sanders () Connectieven in gesproken en geschreven taal
T.J.M. Sanders () Coördinator NW0 themaprogramma Begrijpelijke taal
T.J.M. Sanders () Co-organizer Discourse op dinsdag Series
T.J.M. Sanders () Co-organizer International Workshop on Levels of Representation in Discourse
T.J.M. Sanders () Grammar and Interpretation
T.J.M. Sanders () Lid comité van experts Begrijpelijk communiceren met burgers (Taalunie & Ministerie BZK)
T.J.M. Sanders () Member of the Editorial Board of the CLIP book series: Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () On cognitive complexity in coherence relations; converging evidence in the study of discourse?
T.J.M. Sanders () Projectleider: Tekstkwaliteit van studieboeken op het VMBO: onderzoek naar tekstbegrip en tekstwaardering
T.J.M. Sanders () Projectleider: Tekstwetenschap en leesbevordering: een inventariserend onderzoek naar tekstwetenschappelijke criteria van tekstkwaliteit
T.J.M. Sanders () Sanders, T. J. M. (2012). Causality and Subjectivity in discourse and cognition: on converging evidence in linguistics. Invited colloquium, Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS), Berlin, Germany, May.
T.J.M. Sanders () Sanders, T.J.M. (1991). Organizing the set of coherence relations: Linguistic, psycholinguistic and computational linguistic aspects. Guest lecture. Linguistics Department, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA, August.
T.J.M. Sanders () Sanders, T.J.M. (1991). Organizing the set of coherence relations: Linguistic, psycholinguistic and computational linguistic aspects. Invited colloquium Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California, Marina del Rey, Los Angeles, USA, augustus.
T.J.M. Sanders () Structuur is mijn stokpaardje
T.J.M. Sanders () Subjectivity in causal coherence relations and connectives: A corpus study of newspaper text, conversation and chat interactions
T.J.M. Sanders () Tekstwetenschap en leesbevordering: een inventariserend onderzoek naar tekstwetenschappelijke criteria van tekstkwaliteit
T.J.M. Sanders () Van leesproces en tekstbegrip naar tekstkwaliteit en tekstontwerp?
  0 - Awards
T.J.M. Sanders () Postdoc grant from the Neuroscience and Cognition Utrecht Program, in collaboration with Frans Verstraten (FSW).
T.J.M. Sanders () Supervision of Fang Li, for a PhD project on subjectivity in Mandarin Chinese
T.J.M. Sanders () Together with Leo Lentz and Henk Pander Maat
T.J.M. Sanders () Travel Grant from Experimental Pragmatics
  0 - Editorial activity
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive linguistics
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
T.J.M. Sanders () Discours
T.J.M. Sanders () Discourse Processes
T.J.M. Sanders () Discourse Processes
T.J.M. Sanders () Discourse Processes
T.J.M. Sanders () Discourse Processes
T.J.M. Sanders () Discourse Processes
T.J.M. Sanders () Discourse Processes
T.J.M. Sanders () Gramma/TTT
T.J.M. Sanders () Information Design Journal
T.J.M. Sanders () Journal of pragmatics
T.J.M. Sanders () Journal of pragmatics
T.J.M. Sanders () Journal of writing research
T.J.M. Sanders () Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing
  0 - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups
T.J.M. Sanders () Bestuur Vereniging Interuniversitair Overleg Taalbeheersing
T.J.M. Sanders () Bestuurslid KNAW-platform Communicatie-Media en Informatiestudies
T.J.M. Sanders () Chair of the Governing Board
T.J.M. Sanders () consulting editor
T.J.M. Sanders () editor
T.J.M. Sanders () Jury Anela/AVT dissertatieprijs
T.J.M. Sanders () Lid Board of the Society for Text and Discourse
T.J.M. Sanders () Lid LOT-onderwijscommissie
T.J.M. Sanders () Lid NWO-commissie
T.J.M. Sanders () lid wetenschappelijke commissie
T.J.M. Sanders () Lidmaatschap Onderzoekcommissie UiL OTS
T.J.M. Sanders () member of the editorial board
T.J.M. Sanders () Member of the editorial board
T.J.M. Sanders () President - Society for Text and Discourse
T.J.M. Sanders () Programme committee International workshop on Discourse relations. Association of Computational Linguistics, Montreal, August 1998
T.J.M. Sanders () Projectleider cognitive processes binnen project Language Use, UiL OTS
T.J.M. Sanders () Raad voor Nederlandse taal en Letteren van de Nederlandse Taalunie
T.J.M. Sanders () Vice-voorzitter
T.J.M. Sanders () Vice-voorzitter Raad voor Nederlandse Taal en Letteren, adviescommissie van de Nederlandse Taalunie
T.J.M. Sanders () Voorzitter: Jury TAalunie-scriptieprijs
  0 - Membership of peer review panel or committee
T.J.M. Sanders () Lid VICI-selectiecommissie 2012
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Project:
TextLink: Structuring discourse in multilingual Europe
11.04.2014 to 10.04.2018
General project description 

EU-COST program for academic exchange


Effective discourse in any language is characterized by clear relations between sentences and coherent structure. But languages vary in how relations and structure are signalled. While monolingual dictionaries and grammars can characterise the words and sentences of a language and bilingual dictionaries can do the same between languages, there is nothing similar for discourse. For discourse, however, discourse-annotated corpora are becoming available in individual languages. The project will facilitate European multilingualism by (1) identifying and creating a portal into such resources within Europe - including annotation tools, search tools, and discourse-annotated corpora; (2) delineating the dimensions and properties of discourse annotation across corpora; (3) organising these properties into a sharable taxonomy; (4) encouraging the use of this taxonomy in subsequent discourse annotation and in cross-lingual search and studies of devices that relate and structure discourse; and (5) promoting use of the portal, its resources and sharable taxonomy. With partners from across Europe, TextLink will unify numerous but scattered linguistic resources on discourse structure. With its resources searchable by form and/or meaning and a source of valuable correspondences, TextLink will enhance the experience and performance of human translators, lexicographers, language technology and language learners alike.

Role Researcher Funding
Other
Project members UU

Completed projects

Project:
LIN: A validated reading level tool for Dutch 15.11.2012 to 01.07.2017
General project description

While there is an urgent need for robust readability assessment tools, applicable to a range of communicative domains, none of the existing tools for Dutch offers a valid empirical basis and sufficient functionality. Recent developments in computational linguistics and discourse processing create possibilities to change this situation. We propose to develop a validated reading level tool, aiming at secondary school readers, adult readers of public information, and by extension, the Dutch-speaking population at large. First, a text-analytic tool is developed using the latest results of computational linguistics research. Second, cloze comprehension data are collected among secondary school readers, in a design assessing both differences between texts and between versions of the same text. Third, a subsample of texts is re-used to investigate on-line processing in eye-tracking studies. The combination of comprehension data and on-line processing measures provides insight in the way textual features affect the construction of cognitive representations. Fourth, additional cloze data are collected for adults reading government-citizen information texts in The Netherlands and Flanders. Fifth, the relation between cloze data and reading times on the one hand, and text features on the other hand, is analyzed in a multilevel regression analysis and in a machine learning study. These analyses are used to develop a reading level prediction tool: LIN (LeesbaarheidsIndex voor het Nederlands). This validated reading tool is relevant to various domains in society: education, publishing, government-citizen communication. It will provide the foundation for developing domain-specific readability and writing tools that has been missing so far.

 
Role Project Leader Funding
No information available: NWO, Cito, Nederlandse Taalunie
Project members UU
Project:
MODERN: Modeling discourse entities and relations for coherent machine translation 01.01.2014 to 01.01.2017
General project description

State-of-the-art machine translation (MT) systems, especially statistical but also rule-based
ones, operate in a sentence-by-sentence mode, and do not propagate information through the series of sentences that constitute texts. Such a propagation is however helpful, and sometimes even indispensable, to make correct translation choices for words and phrases that depend on previous ones. The goal of MODERN is to model and automatically detect such dependencies, and to study their integration within MT, with the aim of demonstrating improvement in translation quality.
The focus of MODERN is on the interplay between referring expressions such as noun
phrases and pronouns, which must be coherently translated throughout a text, and discourse relations between sentences, which are often conveyed by explicit connectives that are notoriously difficult to translate. MODERN will study joint computational models of discourse entities and discourse relations in texts, based on linguistic theories and experimental grounding, and the inclusion in such models of automatically generated domain-knowledge related to the discourse entities. MODERN will design and implement these probabilistic models, and integrate them with operational MT systems, both rule-based (Apertium) and statistical (Moses).
Particular attention will be paid to the evaluation of MT improvement, studying the e ect on
human readers of various translation options for discourse entities and connectives, and aiming to optimize MT output in this respect. The MODERN project will focus on four languages {English, French, German and Dutch} for which the partners have considerable expertise. Two domains will be used as case studies: Alpine texts from a multilingual corpus of Alpine Club yearbooks (Text+Berg) and texts on environmental legislation and debates extracted from the JRC-Acquis, DGT-Acquis, and Europarl parallel corpora.

 
Role Researcher Funding
External funding
Project members UU
Project:
Discourse Coherence in Bilingualism and SLI 01.01.2012 to 31.12.2015
General project description

Due to the growth of migration, bilingualism in Europe is increasing considerably. Russian speakers constitute a significant proportion of these immigrants. Indeed, Russian is the most frequent minority language in Germany with more than 2 million speakers. Parallel to the growing bilingualism, children show increasing problems in language development. Professionals working with children lack clinical assessment tools for an early recognition of Specific Language Impairment (SLI) in bilingual children and often confuse the effects of bilingualism and SLI. The increasing needs for efficient intervention compel researchers to provide scientifically valid tools for clinical treatments.

Current clinical diagnostic tools are mainly based on testing bilingual morphosyntactic phenomena, with much less attention paid to disentangling SLI and bilingualism. The studies on bilingualism and SLI also pay only little attention to the domain of discourse coherence, even though discourse competence is a key property of successful communication. Our project aims to fill the gap by providing insights into combined and separate effects of bilingualism and SLI in the domain of referential and relational discourse coherence. To this end, we collect and analyze comprehension and production data from bilingual children and compare them to monolingual children with and without SLI. The target population are native speakers of Russian acquiring Dutch or German either from birth (simultaneous bilinguals, 2L1) or from around age 3 on (consecutive bilinguals, L2).

This project is supported by the EU grant (Marie Curie IRSES) and is carried out in cooperation with Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (Berlin) and Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint-Petersburg).

 
Role Researcher Funding
EU grant: Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES)
Project members UU
Project:
De verwerking van verhalende en studieboekteksten door vmbo’ers 01.03.2011 to 01.03.2014
General project description

De hoofdvragen van dit onderzoek zijn: Hoe verloopt het leesproces van vmbo’ers bij het lezen van verhalende teksten en studieboekteksen en hoe kunnen we dat leesproces vergemakkelijken? Het vmbo is de grootste onderwijssector binnen het voortgezet onderwijs. Hacquebord (2007) laat zien dat een kwart van de vmbo’ers niet in staat is de studieboekteksten te begrijpen.

Land (2009) toont aan dat vmbo’ers lezen ook niet leuk vinden en de studieboeken saai vinden. Land laat daarnaast zien dat bepaalde tekstkenmerken van invloed zijn op de begrijpelijkheid en de waardering van studieboekteksten. De vmbo’ers blijken ten eerste profijt te hebben van coherentie. Leerlingen begrijpen een tekst beter wanneer de structuur van de tekst expliciet is gemarkeerd dan wanneer deze impliciet is gelaten. Ten tweede blijken vmbo’ers identificerende studieteksten meer te waarderen, maar die teksten leveren lagere scores op tekstbegriptoetsen op dan distantiërende teksten.

Het offline-onderzoek van Land roept allerlei vragen op. Wordt de identificerende tekst anders verwerkt dan de distantiërende tekst? Leidt een identificerende tekst de aandacht af van de belangrijke informatie? Gebruiken betere lezers andere leesstrategieën dan zwakke lezers? Allemaal vragen die nog niet zijn beantwoord.

Het huidige project probeert deze leemte te vullen. Op grond van de resultaten van procesonderzoek kan worden nagegaan wat de theoretische verklaring is voor de gevonden effecten onder vmbo’ers. De praktische toepassing is dat we adviezen kunnen opstellen hoe onderwijsteksten te formuleren en kunnen zwakke lezers geïnstrueerd worden hoe ze een tekst moeten lezen. Coherentiemarkering (expliciet versus impliciet) en identificatie (identificerend versus distantiërend) zullen in dit onderzoek de twee tekstvariabelen zijn waarvan we het effect op het leesproces van vmbo’ers nagaan. Ook het type lezer (zwakke versus sterke lezers) en het genre (zakelijke versus narratieve teksten) zullen in ons onderzoeksdesign worden opgenomen.

 
Role PhD Supervisor Funding
No information available
Project members UU
Project:
DiscAn: a discourse annotated corpus for Dutch 01.04.2011 to 01.10.2013
General project description

Although discourse is a crucial level in language and communication, existing corpora of Dutch langauge lack annotation at this level. The DiscAn project sets the first step to change this situation for Dutch, in line with international tendencies. It has five main goals: 1) to standardize and open up an existing set of Dutch corpus analyses of coherence relations and discourse connectives; 2) to develop the foundations for a discourse annotation system that can be used in Dutch natural language corpora; 3) to improve the metadata within CLARIN by investigating existing CMDI profiles or adding a new CMDI profile specially suited for this type of analysis; 4) to inventorize the required discourse categories and investigate to what extent these could be included in ISOcat categories for discourse that are currently being developed; 5) to further develop an interdisciplinary discourse community of linguists, corpus and computational linguists in The Netherlands and Belgium, in order to initiate further research on cross-linguistic comparison in a European context.


This project is currenty still running.

 
Role Project Leader Funding
External funding: CLARIN NL
Project members UU
Project:
Causality and Subjectivity as cognitive principles of discourse representation. 02.02.2009 to 01.10.2012
General project description

Causal relations between discourse segments can be expressed by connectives like because and so. What does it mean when speakers use one of two similar connectives rather than the other? How do language users process causal relations? And how do children acquire these textual building stones?

These are important, essentially unanswered questions about discourse, a key component of human communication. This program studies human cognition by investigating the mechanisms underlying discourse coherence. Starting from the challenging idea of a direct link between linguistic categorization and cognition, causal connectives are investigated. Recently established (text-) linguistic insights suggest Causality and Subjectivity are salient categorizing principles.

The central hypothesis is that, together, these principles account for causal coherence and connective use, and play a pivotal role in explaining cognitive complexity in discourse. This hypothesis is tested in three subprojects, investigating:
1. connectives in spoken and written discourse in Dutch, German and English
2. the acquisition of connectives and
3. on-line discourse processing.

Causality is considered a universal principle, which is systematically encoded in language. The way Subjectivity - distinguishing between causality residing in the world or in the speakers mind - cuts up the causal lexicon, is expected to vary across languages and (spoken versus written) modalities. Causality and Subjectivity are hypothesized to determine the complexity of causal relations are considered more complex than additice relations. This inherent complexity should account for connective acquisition - rather than parental input does - and discourse processing - rather than schematic expectations do. Using the innovative, multi-disciplinary methodology of concerging evidence, the program integrates (sub) disciplines that have hardly been related: (text-)linguistics, analysis of spoken and written corpora, language acquisistion and discourse processing. Results are likely to clarify previously unsolved issues in language use, which implies a significant contribution to a Cognitive Theory of Discourse Representation.


This project is currently being continued in other projects.

Keywords: Causality, Subjectivity, Connectives, Discourse processing, Language Acquisition

 
Role Project Leader Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
Project:
Vmbo-leerlingen als lezers van verhalen en van studieboekteksten; Hoe verloopt hun leesproces en hoe kunnen we het vergemakkelijken. 01.09.2009 to 01.09.2012
General project description

Leesvaardigheid speelt een cruciale rol in de schoolcarrière van middelbare scholieren. Om te kunnen slagen moeten leerlingen immers studieboekteksten lezen, begrijpen, leren en de leerstof reproduceren tijdens examens of toetsen. Er zijn echter veel leerlingen voor wie het goed kunnen lezen niet vanzelfsprekend is. Vooral in het voorbereidend middelbaar beroepsonderwijs vormt de leesvaardigheid een groot probleem. In dit project gaan we de effecten van zowel bepaalde lezerskenmerken als bepaalde tekstkenmerken op de leesprestatie na. Hierbij wordt gericht op leerlingen van het vmbo die vaak getypeerd worden als zwakke lezers, en de structuur- en stijlkenmerken die voorkomen in de studieboekteksten van deze leerlingen. Hierbij staan de volgende vragen centraal:


- In hoeverre hebben structuur- en stijlkenmerken effect op de mate waarin vmbo-leerlingen leerteksten begrijpen en waarderen?
- In hoeverre hebben lezerskenmerken effect op de mate waarin vmbo-leerlingen leerteksten begrijpen en waarderen?


Dit project wordt gecontinueerd in het project "De verwerking van verhalende en studieboekteksten door vmbo’ers".

 
Role Project Leader Funding
External funding
Project members UU
Project:
Leesbaarheidsonderzoek: Stichting Taaltechnologie 01.02.2009 to 01.02.2012
General project description
 
Role Project Leader Funding
External funding
Project members UU
Project:
Usability onderzoek VOB - Digital Youth Library 01.01.2009 to 01.01.2012
General project description

Everyday, digital media play a more important role in our society and in children’s lives. In the Netherlands, practically all children are online nowadays. Besides playing games, children use digital media for social gatherings, to create their own digital space and to find information as a support for learning.
Researchers report all kind of problems children encounter during information-seeking, because they are confronted with information systems that are designed by and for adults. Therefore, the last decade, many digital environments have been developed with a child-friendly interface, especially for children. Several questions arise from these developments, such as: do these search environments really support children in effective information-seeking? And are these systems consistent with children’s cognitive needs and skills? What are the principles underlying children's search behaviour and how can we design search interfaces that are consistent with children's needs and skills and support them in effective information-seeking.

 
Role Project Leader Funding
External funding
Project members UU

Ph.D projects

I am involved as promotor in projects of the following Ph.D-candidates:

  • Renske Bouwer (together with Huub van den Bergh)
  • Jet Hoek (together with Martin Groen and Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul)
  • Suzanne Kleijn (together with Henk Pander Maat)
  • Andrea Santana Covarrubias (together with Dorien Nieuwenhuijsen)
  • Yipu Wei (together with Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul)

 

Graduated Ph.D students

I have been involved as promotor in projects of the following graduated Ph.D students:

Van Silfhout, G. (2014, October 16). Fun to read or easy to understand? Establishing effective text features for educational texts on the basis of processing and comprehension research. UU Universiteit Utrecht (215 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof.de. T.J.M. Sanders & dr. J. Evers-Vermeul.

Feenstra, H.M. (2014, September 05). Assessing writing ability in primary education. On the evaluation of text qualitative and text complexity. Universiteit Twente. Prom./coprom.: prof.dr.ir. T.J.H.M. Eggen & prof.dr. T.J.M. Sanders

Li, F. (2014, August 29). Subjectivity in Mandarin Chinese: The meaning and use of causal connectives in written discourse. UU Universiteit Utrecht (209 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders & dr. J. Evers-Vermeul.

Bosker, H.R. (2014, May 23). The processing and evaluation of fluency in native and non-native speech. UU Universiteit Utrecht (174 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders, dr. N.H. de Jong & dr. H. Quené.

Jochmann-Mannak, H. (2014, January 9). Websites for children: Search strategies and interface design - Three studies on children's search performance and evaluation. Universiteit Twente (250 pag.). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.W.C. Huibers, prof. dr. L.R. Lentz & prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders.

Canestrelli, A.R. (2013, April 19). Small words, big effects? Subjective versus objective causal connectives in discourse processing. UU Universiteit Utrecht (229 pag.)  (Utrecht: LOT). Prom/coprom.: prof. Dr. T.J.M. Sanders & dr. W.M. Mak.

Kamoen, N. (2012, June 22). Positive versus Negative. A cognitive perspective on wording effects for contrastive questions in attitude surveys. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (174 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. H. van den Bergh, prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders & dr. B.C. Holleman.

Tillema, M. (2012, June 19). Writing in first and second language: empirical studies on text quality and writing processes. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (167 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. H. van den Bergh, prof. dr. G.C.W. Rijlaarsdam & prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders.

Veen, R. van (2011, November 16). The acquisition of causal connectives: the role of parental input and cognitive complexity. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (216 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders, prof. dr. H. van den Bergh & dr. J. Evers-Vermeul.

Versteeg, N. (2009, June 05). What you Know is What you Parse : How situational knowledge affects sentence processing. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (281 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders & prof. dr. F.N.K. Wijnen.

Land, J.F.H. (2009, February 13). Zwakke lezers, sterke teksten? effecten van tekst- en lezerskenmerken op het tekstbegrip en de tekstwaardering van vmbo-leerlingen. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (243 pag.) (Delft: Eburon). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders, prof. dr. H. van den Bergh & prof. dr. D.H. Schram.

Weijen, D. van (2009, January 30). Writing processes, text quality, and task effects; empirical studies in first and second language writing. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (200 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. H. van den Bergh, prof. dr. G.C.W. Rijlaarsdam & prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders.

Mulder, G. (2008, February 01). Understanding Causal Coherence Relations. UU  Universiteit (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders & prof. dr. H. van den Bergh.

Kamalski, J.M.H. (2007, August 31). Coherence Marking, Comprehension and Persuasion. On the processing and representation of discourse. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (227 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders & dr. L.R. Lentz.

Stukker, N.M. (2005, December 02). Causality marking across levels of language structure. A cognitive semantic analysis of causal verbs and causal connectives in Dutch. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (x + 301 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders & prof. dr. A. Verhagen.

Evers-Vermeul, J. (2005, May 24). The Development of Dutch Connectives; Change and acquisition as windows on form-function relations. UU  Universiteit Utrecht (296 pag.) (Utrecht: LOT). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. T.J.M. Sanders & prof. dr. F.P. Weerman.

 

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Currently prof. dr. Ted Sanders teaches the following course(s):
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TLRMV16107 Tlc-Discourse, Cognition, Communication V M 5.0
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Additional functions and activities
  • Chair program committee of the NWO-theme program Comprehensible Language and Effective Communication (http://www.nwo.nl/en/research-and-results/programmes/gw/comprehensible-language/index.html)
  • Member of the Steering Committee EU COST-TextLink
  • Co-chair of the working group "Assessment of empirical and cognitive soundness" within the European project COST-TextLink
  • (Vice-)Chair Board of Dutch Language and Literature (Advisory board of the Dutch Language Union), 2008-2012
  • President Society for Text and Discourse (2010-2013), Member of the Governing Board, 2007-2014
  • Member of research committee Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS (until 2012)
  • Member of the board KNAW-platform Communication, Information and Media Studies (until 2011)
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