– Hinzen W 2016, ‘Linguistic evidence against Predicativism’, Philosophy Compass, 1–18.
– Hinzen W 2016, ‘On the grammar of referential dependence’, Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, 46 (59), 11-33.
– Hinzen W & Reichard U 2016, ‘Are verbs names of events?’, in Stalmaszczyk P (ed.), Philosophical and linguistic analyses of reference, (Studies in Philosophy of Language and Linguistics, vol.2), Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pp.43-65.
– Hinzen W, Rossello J & McKenna P 2016, ‘Can delusions be understood linguistically?’, Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 21, 4, 281 – 299.
– Hinzen W 2016, ‘Is our mental grammar just a set of constructions? Commentary on Evans 2014’, Language, 92, 1, 203 – 207.
Selected research activities
Selected invited talks:
-University of Massachusetts, Linguistics Department, Amherst, USA.
-Smith College, Psychology Department, Northampton, USA.
-Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, USA.
-Temple University, Philosophy Department, USA.
-Central European University Budapest, BabyLab, Hungary.
-University of Leeds, Conference on The Nature of Representation, Leeds, UK.
PhD student supervision (first supervisor):
-Gabriel Sevilla (UPF), First vs. third person narrative in ASD.
-Antonia Tovar (UPF): Grammar and theory of mind in Huntington’s disease.
-Will Jones (Durham University): Processing of grammar and personal pronouns schizophrenia.
-Kristen Schroeder (UB): Reference and deixis in autism.