Skip to main content Accessibility help
×
Home
The Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics
  • Get access
    Check if you have access via personal or institutional login
  • Cited by 2
  • Export citation
  • Recommend to librarian
  • Buy the print book

Book description

A large body of knowledge has accumulated in recent years on the cognitive processes and brain mechanisms underlying language. Much of this knowledge has come from studies of Indo-European languages, in particular English. Korean, a language of growing interest to linguists, differs significantly from most Indo-European languages in its grammar, its lexicon, and its written and spoken forms - features which have profound implications for the learning, representation and processing of language. This handbook, the third in a three-volume series on East Asian psycholinguistics, presents a state-of-the-art discussion of the psycholinguistic study of Korean. With contributions by over sixty leading scholars, it covers topics in first and second language acquisition, language processing and reading, language disorders in children and adults, and the relationships between language, brain, culture, and cognition. It will be invaluable to all scholars and students interested in the Korean language, as well as cognitive psychologists, linguists, and neuroscientists.

Reviews

‘This volume completes a highly valuable series on East Asian language processing studies. It is comprehensive in its coverage both with regard to structural issues, methods and theory, and it is presented in an accessible style that allows readers from across the psycholinguistic community to appreciate the significance of a fascinating range of findings from Korean language research.’

Merrill Garrett - University of Arizona

Refine List

Actions for selected content:

Select all | Deselect all
  • View selected items
  • Export citations
  • Download PDF (zip)
  • Send to Kindle
  • Send to Dropbox
  • Send to Google Drive

Save Search

You can save your searches here and later view and run them again in "My saved searches".

Please provide a title, maximum of 40 characters.
×

Contents


Page 1 of 2



Page 1 of 2


References
Aaronson, Doris and Ferres, Steven 1983. Lexical categories and reading tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 9, 675–99.
Abney, Steven 1987. The English noun phrase in its sentential aspect. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, MIT.
Adams, Karen and Conklin, N. F. 1973. Toward a theory of natural classification. Paper from the ninth regional meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 1–10.
Adlard, Alan and Hazan, Valerie 1998. Speech perception abilities in children with specific reading difficulties (dyslexia). Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 51, 153–77.
Andréa, Aguiar and Baillargeon, Renée 1998. Eight-and-a-half-month-old infants' reasoning about containment events. Child Development, 16, 636–53.
Ahn, Hee-Don 1991. Light verbs, VP-movement, negation and clausal architecture of Korean and English. Doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Ahn, Hee-Don and Yoon, Hang-Jin 1989. Functional categories in Korean. In Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics III (pp. 79–88). Department of Linguistics, Harvard University.
Ahn, Seong-Woo 1997. Is manually coded Korean language? [in Korean]. Communication Disorders, 20, 49–65.
Ahn, Sung-Ho 1990. Korean quantification and Universal Grammar. Doctoral dissertation, University of Connecticut.
Ahn, Tae Sun, Hwang, Mina, Park, Chang Il and Kim, Duk Yong 2002. Production of grammatical morphemes in adults with Broca's aphasia [in Korean]. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in 2002 (pp. 162–9).
Ainsworth-Darnell, Kim, Shulman, Harvey and Boland, Julie 1997. Dissociating brain responses to syntactic and semantic anomalies: evidence from event-related brain potentials. Journal of Memory and Language, 38, 112–30.
Aissen, Judith 2003. Differential object marking: iconicity vs. economy. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 21, 435–83.
Akatsuka, Noriko (ed.) 1995. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 4. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Akatsuka, Noriko, Hoji, Hajime, Iwasaki, Shoichi, Sohn, Sung-Ock and Strauss, Susan (eds.) 1998. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 7. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Akatsuka, Noriko, Iwasaki, Shoichi and Strauss, Susan (eds.) 1996. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 5. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Akatsuka, Noriko, Strauss, Susan and Comrie, Bernand (eds.) 2002. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 10. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Akhtar, Nameera 1999. Acquiring basic word order: Evidence for data-driven learning of syntactic structure. Journal of Child Language, 26, 339–56.
Aksu-Koç, Ayhan 1988. The Acquisition of Aspect and Modality: the Case of Past Reference in Turkish. Cambridge University Press.
Aksu-Koç, Ayhan A. and Slobin, Dan I. 1985. The acquisition of Turkish. In Slobin, Dan I. (ed.), The Crosslinguistic Study of Language Acquisition (vol. II: The Data). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Aksu-Koç, Ayhan A. and Slobin, Dan I. 1986. A psychological account of the development and use of evidentials in Turkish. In Chafe, Wallace L. and Nichols, Johanna (eds.) Evidentiality: the Linguistic Coding of Epistemology. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Allen, Shanley E. M. and Schröder, Heike 2003. Preferred argument structure in early Inuktitut spontaneous speech data. In Du Bois, Kumpf and Ashby, (eds.) Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as Architecture for function.
Anderson, Steven 1971. On the role of deep structure in semantic interpretation. Foundations of Language, 6, 197–219.
Annett, Marian 1970. Classification of hand preference by association analysis. British Journal of Psychology, 61, 303–21.
Antinucci, Francesco and Miller, Ruth 1976. How children talk about what happened. Journal of Child Language, 3, 167–89.
Appel, Renè and Muysken, Peter 1987. Language Contact and Bilingualism. London: Edward Arnold.
Arvaniti, Amalia and Baltazani, Mary 2005. Intonational analysis and prosodic annotation of Greek spoken corpora. In Jun, Sun-Ah (ed.), Prosodic Typology: the Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. London/New York: Oxford University Press.
Ås, Arvid 1962. The recovery of forgotten language knowledge through hypnotic age regression: a case report. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 5, 24–9.
Asher, James and Garcia, Ramiro 1969. The optimal age to learn a foreign language. Modern Language Journal, 53, 334–41.
Au, Agnes and Lovegrove, Bill 2001. Temporal processing ability in above average and average readers. Perception and Psychophysics, 63, 148–55.
Au, Terry Kit-fong 2007. Salvaging heritage languages. In Brinton, Donna and Kagan, Olga (eds.), Heritage Language Acquisition: a New Field Emerging (pp. 337–51). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Au, Terry Kit-fong, Dapretto, Mirella and Song, You-kyung 1994. Input vs. constraints: early word acquisition in Korean and English. Journal of Memory and Language, 33, 567–82.
Au, Terry Kit-fong, Knightly, Leah M., Jun, Sun-Ah and Oh, Janet Sae 2002. Overhearing a language during childhood. Psychological Science, 13, 238–43.
Au, Terry Kit-fong and Romo, Laura 1997. Does childhood language experience help adult learners? In Chen, Hsuan-chih (ed.), The Cognitive Processing of Chinese and Related Asian Languages (pp. 417–41). Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
Auer, Peter 1984. Bilingual Conversation. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Auer, Peter 1992. Introduction: John Gumperz' approach to contextualization. In Auer, Peter and di Luzio, Aldo (eds.), The Contextualization of Language (pp. 1–38). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Auer, Peter(ed.) 1998. Code-switching in Conversation: Language, Interaction and Identity. London/New York: Routledge.
Azuma, Shoji 1996. Speech production units among bilinguals. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 25 (3), 397–416.
Baddeley, Alan D. 1986. Working Memory. Oxford University Press.
Baek, Judy Yoo-Kyung 1997. Negation and object shift in early child Korean. In The Interpretive Tract, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics (vol. 25, pp. 73–86). Cambridge, MA: MITWPL.
Baek, Judy Yoo-Kyung 2000. Acquisition of negation in Korean: object constructions in the optional infinitive stage. Language Research, 36, 181–203.
Baek, Judy Yoo-Kyung and Wexler, Kenneth 2000. The role of the unique checking constraint in the syntax and acquisition of Korean negation. Unpublished manuscript.
Bailes, Cynthia N. 2001. Integrative ASL-English language arts: bridging paths to literacy. Sign Language Studies, 1, 147–74.
Baillargeon, Renée 1995. A model of physical reasoning in infancy. In Rovee-Collier, Carolyn and Lipsett, Lewis P. (eds.), Advances in Infancy Research (vol. 9, pp. 305–71). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Baillargeon, Renée and Hanko-Summers, Stephanie 1990. Is the top object adequately supported by the bottom object? Young infants' understanding of support relations. Cognitive Development, 5, 29–53.
Baker, Carl 1979. Syntactic theory and the projection problem. Linguistic Theory, 10, 533–81.
Baker, Mark 1988. Incorporation. University of Chicago Press.
Baluch, Bahman and Besner, Derek 1991. Visual word recognition: evidence for strategic control of lexical and nonlexical routines in oral reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 17, 644–52.
Bamberg, Michael 1996. Emotion talk(s): the role of perspective in the construction of emotions. In Niemeier, Susanne and Dirven, René (eds.), The Language of Emotions (pp. 209–25). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Banaji, Mahzarin R. and Hardin, Curtis D. 1996. Automatic stereotyping. Psychological Science, 7, 136–41.
Bang, Hee-Jeong 1990. The contextual effects on reference resolution during text comprehension [in Korean]. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Ewha Woman's University, Korea.
Barnum, Martha 1984. In support of bilingual/bicultural education for deaf children. American Annals of the Deaf, 129, 404–48.
Bartke, Susanne 2004. Passives in German children with Williams Syndrome. In Bartke, Susanne and Siegmueller, Julia (eds.), Williams Syndrome Across Languages (pp. 345–70). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Bassano, Dominique, Hickmann, Maya and Champaud, Christian 1992. Epistemic modality in French children's discourse: “to be sure” or “not to be sure”? Journal of Child Language, 19, 389–414.
Bastiaanse, Roelien, Jonker, Roel, Quak, Christine and Put, Maria Varela 1996. The production of finite and nonfinite verb forms in agrammatism. Brain and Language, 55, 1–11.
Bates, Elizabeth, Dale, Philip S. and Thal, Donna 1994. Individual differences and their implications for theories of language development. In Fletcher, Paul and MacWhinney, Brian (eds.), Handbook of Child Language (pp. 96–151). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Bates, Elizabeth, Devescovi, Antonella and Wulfeck, Beverly 2001. Psycholinguistics: a cross-language perspective. Annual Review of Psychology, 52, 369–96.
Bates, Elizabeth, Friederici, Angela D. and Wulfeck, Beverly 1987a. Grammatical morphology in aphasia: evidence from three languages. Cortex, 23, 545–74.
Bates, Elizabeth, Friederici, Angela D. and Wulfeck, Beverly 1987b. Comprehension in aphasia: a crosslinguistic study. Brain and Language, 32, 19–67.
Bates, Elizabeth and MacWhinney, Brian 1982. Functionalist approaches to grammar. In Wanner, Eric and Gleitman, Lia R. (eds.), Language Acquisition: the State of Art. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Bates, Elizabeth and MacWhinney, Brian 1987. Competition, variation, and language learning. In MacWhinney, Brian (ed.), Mechanisms of Language Acquisition (pp. 157–93). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Bates, Elizabeth and MacWhinney, Brian 1989. Functionalism and the competition model. In MacWhinney, Brian and Bates, Elizabeth (eds.), The Crosslinguistic Study of Sentence Processing (pp. 3–73). Cambridge University Press.
Bates, Elizabeth, Marchman, Virginia, Thal, Donna, Fenson, Larry, Dale, Philip, Reznick, Steven J., Reilly, Judy and Hartung, Jeff 1994. Developmental and stylistic variation in the composition of early vocabulary. Journal of Child Language, 21 (1), 85–124.
Baumgaertner, Annette, Weiller, Cornelius and Christian, Büchel 2002. Event-related fMRI reveals cortical sites involved in contextual sentence integration. Neuroimage, 16, 736–45.
Beale, Ian L., Mathew, Peter J., Oliver, Simon and Corballis, Michael. C. 1987. Performance of disabled and normal readers on the continuous performance test. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 15, 229–38.
Beckman, Mary E. and Ayers-Elam, Gayle 1997. Guidelines for ToBI Labelling. Online MS and accompanying files. Available at www.ling.ohio-state.edu/research/phonetics/E_ToBI/.
Beckman, Mary E. and Pierrehumbert, Janet B. 1986. Intonational structure in Japanese and English. Phonology Yearbook, 3, 255–309.
Bedecker, William and Caramazza, Alfonso 1986. A final brief in the case against agrammatism: the role of theory in the selection data. Cognition, 24, 277–82.
Belazi, Hedi, Rubin, Edward and Toribio, Jacquiline 1994. Code-switching and X-bar theory: the functional head constraint. Linguistic Inquiry, 25 (2), 221–37.
Bell-Berti, Fredericka, Raphael, Lawrence J., Pisoni, David B. and Sawusch, James R. 1979. Some relationships between articulation and perception. Phonetica, 36 (6), 373–83.
Bellugi, Ursula 1971. Simplification in children's language. In Huxley, Renira and Ingram, Elisabeth (eds.), Language Acquisition: Models and Methods. New York: Academic Press.
Bentivoglio, Paola 1990. The late acquisition of preferred argument structure in Venezuelan spoken Spanish. In Carol, Bernard (ed.), Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Linguists. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Beretta, Alan, Maria, Piñango, Patterson, Janet and Harford, Cardyn 1999. Recruiting comparative crosslinguistic evidence to address competing accounts of agrammatic aphasia. Brain and Language, 67, 149–68.
Beretta, Alan, Schmitt, Cristina, Halliwell, John, Munn, Alan, Cuetos, Fernando and Kim, Sujung 2001. The effects of scrambling on Spanish and Korean agrammatic interpretation: why linear models fail and structural models survive. Brain and Language, 79, 407–25.
Berk-Seligson, Susan 1986. Linguistic constraints on intrasentential code-switching: a study of Spanish/Hebrew bilingualism. Language in Society, 15, 313–48.
Berlin, Brent and Kay, Paul 1969. Basic Color Terms: Their Universality and Evolution. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Berman, Ruth 1994. Developmental perspectives on transitivity: a confluence of cues. In Levy, Yonata (ed.), Other Children, Other Languages: Issues in the Theory of Language Acquisition. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Berndt, Rita Sloan and Caramazza, Alfonso 1999. How regular is sentence comprehension in Broca's aphasia? It depends on how you select the patients. Brain and Language, 67, 242–7.
Berndt, Rita Sloan, Mitchum, Charlotte C. and Haendiges, Anne N. 1996. Comprehension of reversible sentences in “agrammatism”: a meta-analysis. Cognition, 58, 289–308.
Berndt, Rita Sloan, Mitchum, Charlotte C., Haendiges, Anne N. and Sandson, Jennifer 1997. Verb retrieval in aphasia: 1. characterizing single word impairments. Brain and Language, 56, 68–106.
Berndt, Rita Sloan, Mitchum, Charlotte C. and Wayland, Sarah 1997. Patterns of sentence comprehension in aphasia: a consideration of three hypotheses. Brain and Language, 60, 197–221.
Berwick, Robert C. 1985. The Acquisition of Syntactic Knowledge. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Bever, Thomas G. 1970. The cognitive basis for linguistic structures. In Hayes, John, R. (ed.), Cognition and the Development of Language (pp. 274–353). New York: Wiley.
Bever, Thomas G. 1974. The ascent of the specious, or there's a lot we don't know about mirrors. In Cohen, David. (ed.), Explaining Linguistic Phenomena (pp. 173–200). Washington: Hemisphere.
Bialystok, Ellen 1997. The structure of age: in search of barriers to second language acquisition. Second Language Research, 13, 116–37.
Bialystok, Ellen and Hakuta, Kenji 1994. In Other Words: the Science and Psychology of Second-Language Acquisition. New York: Basic Books.
Bialystok, Ellen and Hakuta, Kenji 1999. Confounded age: linguistic and cognitive factors in age differences for second language acquisition. In Birdsong, David (ed.), Second Language Acquisition and the Critical Period Hypothesis (pp. 161–81). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Bialystok, Ellen and Miller, Barry 1999. The problem of age in second-language acquisition: influence from language, structure, and task. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2 (2), 127–45.
Bickerton, Derek 1989. The child, the bioprogram and the input data: a commentary on Cziko. First Language, 9 (25), 33–7.
Bien, Zeungnam, Jang, Won, Kim, Jung-Bae, Kim, Dae-Jin and Cho, Sung Sik 2000. Development of sign language translation system for the education of hearing impaired people [in Korean]. In A Report of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
Bierwisch, Manfred 1967. Some semantic universals of German adjectivals. Foundations of Language, 5, 153–84.
Birch, Stacy L. and Garnsey, Susan M. 1995. The effect of focus on memory for words in the sentences. Journal of Memory and Language, 34, 232–67.
Birdsong, David (ed.) 1999. Second Language Acquisition and the Critical Period Hypothesis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Bishop, Dorothy V. M., Carlyon, Robert P., Deeks, John M. and Bishop, Sonia J. 1999. Auditory temporal processing impairment: neither necessary nor sufficient for causing language impairment in children. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 42, 1295–1310.
Bjork, Elizabeth L. and Bjork, Robert A. 1996. Continuing influences of to-be-forgotten information. Consciousness and Cognition: An International Journal, 5, 176–96.
Bjork, Robert A. and Bjork, Elizabeth L. 1992. A new theory of disuse and an old theory of stimulus fluctuation. In Healy, Alive F., Kosslyn, Stephen M. and Shiffrin, Richard M. (eds.), From Learning Processes to Cognitive Processes: Essays in Honor of William K. Estes (vol. II, pp. 35–67). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Bley-Vroman, Robert 1990. The logical problem of foreign language learning. Linguistic Analysis, 20 (1–2), 3–49.
Bley-Vroman, Robert 1996. Conservative pattern accumulation in foreign language learning. Paper presented at the EUROSLA 6 Conference.
Bley-Vroman, Robert 1997. Features and patterns in foreign language learning. Paper presented at Second Language Research Forum, Michigan State University.
Bley-Vroman, Robert, Felix, Sascha and Ioup, Georgia 1988. The accessibility of Universal Grammar in adult language learning. Second Language Research, 4 (1), 1–32.
Bley-Vroman, Robert and Kweon, Soo-Ok 2002. Acquisition of the constraints on wanna-contraction by advanced second language learners: Universal Grammar and imperfect knowledge. (www.sls.hawaii.edu/bley-vroman/).
Bloom, Lois 1970. Language Development: Form and Function in Emerging Grammars. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Bloom, Lois 1973. One Word at a Time. The Hague: Mouton.
Bloom, Lois, Lightbrown, Patsy and Hood, Lois 1975. Structure and variation in child language. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 40 (Serial No. 160).
Bloom, Paul 2000, How Children Learn the Meanings of Words, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Boeschoten, Hendrik and Verhoeven, Ludo 1987. Language-mixing in children's speech: Dutch language use in Turkish discourse. Language Learning, 37, 191–215.
Bolinger, Dwight 1980. Language, the Loaded Weapon. London: Longman.
Bolinger, Dwight 1981. Consonance, dissonance, and grammaticality: the case of wanna. Language and Communication, 1, 189–206.
Bongaerts, Theo, Summeren, Chantal, Planken, Brigitte and Schils, Erik 1997. Age and ultimate attainment in the pronunciation of a foreign language. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 19, 447–65.
Boothroyd, Arthur 1986. Speech Acoustics and Perception. Austin: Pro-Ed.
Borer, Hagit and Wexler, Kenneth 1987. The maturation of syntax. In Roeper, Thomas and Williams, Edwin (eds.), Parameter Setting (pp. 123–72). Dordrecht: Reidel.
Borer, Hagit and Wexler, Kenneth 1992. Bi-unique relations and the maturation of grammatical principles. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 10, 147–89.
Borsting, Eric, Ridder, William H., Dudeck, Kisten, Kelley, Carol, Matsui, Lisa and Motoyama, Janice 1996. The presence of magnocellular dyslexia depends on the type of dyslexia. Vision Research, 36, 1047–53.
Bortolini, U., Caselli, M. and Leonard, L. 1997. Grammatical deficits in Italian-speaking children with specific language impairment. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 41, 1185–92.
Bowerman, Melissa 1973. Early Syntactic Development: a Crosslinguistic Study, With Special Reference to Finnish. Cambridge University Press.
Bowerman, Melissa 1982. Reorganizational processes in lexical and syntactical development. In Wanner, Eric and Gleitman, Lila R. (eds.), Language Acquisition: the State of the Art (pp. 319–46). Cambridge University Press.
Bowerman, Melissa 1990. Mapping thematic roles onto syntactic functions: are children helped by innate linking rules? Linguistics, 28, 1253–89.
Bowerman, Melissa 1996. Learning how to structure space for language: a crosslinguistic perspective. In Bloom, Paul, Peterson, Mary, Nadel, Lynn and Garrett, Merrill F. (eds.), Language and Space (pp. 385–486). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Bowerman, Melissa and Choi, Soonja 1994. Linguistic and nonlinguistic determinants of spatial semantic development: a crosslinguistic study of English, Korean, and Dutch. Presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.
Bowerman, Melissa and Choi, Soonja 2001. Shaping meanings for language: universal and language-specific in the acquisition of spatial semantic categories. In Bowerman, Melissa and Levinson, Steven C. (eds.), Language Acquisition and Conceptual Development (pp. 475–511). Cambridge University Press.
Bowerman, Melissa and Choi, Soonja 2003. Space under construction: language-specific spatial categorization in first language acquisition. In Gentner, Dedre and Glodin-Meadow, Susan (eds.), Language in Mind: Advances in the Study of Language and Thought (pp. 387–428). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Bowerman, Melissa and Pederson, Eric 1992. Crosslinguistic perspectives on topological spatial relationships. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Boysson-Bardies, Benedict 1999. How Language Comes to Children. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Boysson-Bardies, Benedict, Sagart, Laurent and Durand, Catherine 1984. Discernible differences in the babbling of infants according to target language. Journal of Child Language, 11, 1–15.
Bradley, Diane 1980. Lexical representation of derivational relation. In Aronoff, Mark and Kean, Mary-Louise (eds.), Juncture (pp. 37–55). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Braine, Martin D. S. 1976. Children's first word combinations. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 41 (1, Serial No. 164).
Braine, Martin D. S., Brody, Ruth E., Fisch, Shalom M., Weisberger, Mara J. and Blum, Monica 1990. Can children use a verb without exposure to its argument structure? Journal of Child Language, 17, 313–42.
Braine, Martin D. S. and Brooks, Patricia J. 1995. Verb argument structure and the problem of avoiding an overgeneral grammar. In Tomasello, Michael and Merriman, William E. (eds.), Beyond Names for Things: Young Children's Acquisition of Verbs (pp. 331–52). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Brausse, Ursula 1998. Was ist Asverstivitaet? aber oder und? [in German]. Deutsche Sprache, 26, 138–59. Quoted in Ewald Lang 2000.
Bregman, Alan S. 1990. Auditory Scene Analysis: the Perceptual Organization of Sounds. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Brinkmann, Ursula 1997. The Locative Alternation in German: Its Structure and Acquisition (Language Acquisition and Language Disorder 15). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamin.
Brooks, Patricia J. and Braine, Martin 1996. What do children know about the universal quantifiers all and each? Cognition, 60, 235–68.
Brooks, Patricia J. and Tomasello, Michael 1999. How children constrain their argument structure constructions. Language, 75, 720–38.
Brooks, Patricia J. and Zizak, Otto 2002. Does preemption help children learn verb transitivity? Journal of Child Language, 29, 759–81.
Broselow, Ellen and Finer, Daniel 1991. Parameter setting in second language phonology and syntax. Second Language Research, 7, 35–59.
Brown, H. Douglas 1971. Children's comprehension of relativized English sentences. Child Development, 42, 1923–36.
Brown, Penelope 1994. The INs and ONs of Tzeltal locative expressions: the semantics of static descriptions of location. Linguistics, 32, 743–90.
Brown, Penelope 1998. Early Tzeltal verbs: Argument structure and argument representation. In Clark, Eve (ed.), The Proceedings of the Twenty-ninth Annual Child Language Research Forum (pp. 129–40). Stanford University: CSLI Publications.
Brown, Roger 1973. A First Language: the Early Stage. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Brown, Roger and Bellugi, Ursula 1964. Three processes in the child's acquisition of syntax. In Lenneberg, Eric (ed.), New Directions in the Study of Language (pp. 131–61). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Brown, Roger and Fraser, Colin 1963. The acquisition of syntax. In Cofer, Charles N. and Musgrave, Barbara S. (eds.), Verbal Behavior and Learning: Problems and Processes (pp. 158–97). New York: McGraw-Hill.
Bruce, Gösta 1977. Swedish Word Accents in Sentence Perspective. Lund University Press.
Bucci, Wilma 1978. The interpretation of universal affirmative propositions: a developmental study. Cognition, 6, 55–77.
Budwig, Nancy and Narasimhan, Bhuvana 2001. Input variation and the development of argument structure: an examination of Hindi-speaking caregiver-child discourse. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Minneapolis, MA.
Burr, David C., Morrone, M. Concetta and Ross, John 1994. Selective suppression of the magnocellular visual pathway during saccadic eye movements. Nature, 371, 511–13.
Butterworth, Brian 1983. Lexical Representation. In Butterworth, Brian (ed.), Language Production (vol. II, pp. 257–94). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
Caplan, David 1983. A note on the “word-order problem” in agrammatism. Brain and Language, 20, 155–65.
Caplan, David 1985. Syntactic and semantic structures in agrammatism. In Kean, Mary-Louise (ed.), Agrammatism (pp. 125–52). New York: Academic Press.
Caplan, David 1991. Agrammatism is a theoretically coherent aphasic category. Brain and Language, 40, 274–81.
Caplan, David 1995. Issues arising in contemporary studies of disorders of syntactic processing in sentence comprehension in agrammatic patients. Brain and Language, 50, 325–38.
Caplan, David, Baker, Catherine and Dehaut, François 1985. Syntactic determinants of sentence comprehension in aphasia. Cognition, 21, 117–75.
Caplan, David and Futter, Christine 1986. Assignment of thematic roles to nouns in sentence comprehension by an agrammatic patient. Brain and Language, 27, 117–34.
Caplan, David and Hildebrandt, Nancy 1988. Disorders of Syntactic Comprehension. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Caplan, David and Waters, Gloria S. 1999. Verbal working memory and sentence comprehension. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 22, 77–94.
Caramazza, Alfonso, Laudanna, Alessandro and Cristina, Romani 1988. Lexical access and inflectional morphology. Cognition, 28, 207–332.
Caramazza, Alfonso and Zurif, Edgar B. 1976. Dissociation of algorithmic and heuristic processes in language comprehension: evidence from aphasia. Brain and Language, 3, 572–82.
Carey, Susan 1978. The child as word learner. In Halle, Morris, Bresnan, Joan and Miller, George A. (eds.), Linguistic Theory and Psychological Reality (pp. 264–93). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Carey, Susan 1994. Does learning a language require the child to reconceptualize the world? Lingua, 92, 143–67.
Carpenter, Kathie 1987. How children learn to classify nouns in Thai. Doctoral dissertation, Stanford University.
Carpenter, Kathie 1991. Later rather than sooner: extra-linguistic categories in the acquisition of Thai Classifiers. Journal of Child Language, 18, 93–113.
Carreiras, Manuel, Alvarez, Carlos and Vega, Manuel 1993. Syllable frequency and visual word recognition in Spanish. Journal of Memory and Language, 32, 766–80.
Carreiras, Manuel, Gernsbacher, Morton A. and Villa, Victor 1995. The advantage of first-mention in Spanish. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 2, 124–9.
Casasola, Marianella and Cohen, Leslie 2002. Infant categorization of containment, support and tight-fit spatial relationships. Developmental Science, 5, 247–64.
Caselli, Maria Cristina, Bates, Elizabeth, Casadio, Paola, Fenson, Judi, Fenson, Larry, Sanderl, Lisa and Weir, Judy 1995. A crosslinguistic study of early lexical development. Cognitive Development, 10, 159–99.
Castles, Anne, Davis, Chris and Letcher, Tessa 1999. Neighbourhood effects in masked form-priming in children and adults. Language and Cognitive Processes, 14, 201–24.
Cazden, Courtney 1968. The acquisition of noun and verb inflections. Child Development, 39, 433–48.
Chafe, Wallace L. 1987. Cognitive constraints on information flow. In Tomlin, Russell S. (ed.), Coherence and Grounding in Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Chafe, Wallace L. 1994. Discourse, Consciousness, and Time: the Flow and Displacement of Conscious Experience in Speaking and Writing. University of Chicago Press.
Chamberlain, Charlene, Morford, Jill P. and Mayberry, Rachel I. (eds.), 2000. Language Acquisition By Eye. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Chang, Frederick R. 1980. Active memory process in visual sentence comprehension: clause effects and pronominal reference. Memory and Cognition, 8, 58–64.
Chang, Sok-Chin 1996. Korean (London Oriental and African Language Library vol. 4). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Chang, Suk-Jin 1977. Korean reflexive pronoun caki and its referential NP's point of view [in Korean]. Language Research, 13 (1), 35–48.
Chang-Song, You-kyung 1997. Early word acquisition in Korean: evidence for constraints View (I) [in Korean]. Korean Journal of Human Development, 4 (1), 76–86.
Chang-Song, You-kyung 2004. Early lexical development of Korean infants: 8~17 months [in Korean]. Korean Journal of Psychology, 23 (1), 77–99.
Chang-Song, You-kyung and Pae, Soyeong 2003. Noun versus verb bias revisited. Korean Journal of Speech Sciences, 10, 131–41.
Charles-Luce, Jan and Luce, Paul A. 1995. An examination of similarity neighbourhoods in young children's receptive vocabularies. Journal of Child Language, 22, 727–35.
Chay, Wan 1990. Functions and meanings of Korean classifiers [in Korean]. Cintanhakpo, 70.
Chen, Chunhui, Zhou, Xinlin, Chen, Chuansheng, Dong, Qi, Zang, Yufeng, Qiao, Sibing, Yang, Tao and Gong, Qiyong 2007. The neural basis of processing anomalous information. Neuroreport, 18, 747–51.
Chen, Hsuan-Chih, d'Arcais, Flores, Giovanni, B. and Cheung, Sim-Ling 1995. Orthographic and phonological activation in recognizing Chinese characters. Psychological Research, 58, 144–53.
Chiat, Shulamuth 1981. Context-specificity and generalization in the acquisition of pronominal distinctions. Journal of Child Language, 8, 75–91.
Chiba, Tsutomu and Kajiyama, Masato 1941. The Vowel – Its Nature and Structure. Tokyo: Kaiseikan.
Chien, Yu-Chin and Wexler, Kenneth 1987. A comparison between Chinese-speaking and English-speaking children's acquisition of reflexives and pronouns. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development.
,CHILDES 2005. Jiwon corpus accessible in zip format at http://childes.psy.cmu.edu/data/EastAsian/Korean/.
Cho, Choon-Hak 1975. The scope of negation in Korean. In The Korean Language: Its Structure and Social Projection. The Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawaii.
Cho, Dong-In 1994. Functional projections and verb movement. In Kim-Renaud, Young-Key (ed.), Theoretical Issues in Korean Linguistics (pp. 233–54). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Cho, Jeung-Ryeul and Chen, Hsuan-Chih 1998. Phonology and orthography in recognizing Hanja in skilled and less-skilled readers [in Korean]. Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 10, 17–35.
Cho, Jeung-Ryeul and Chen, Hsuan-Chih 1999. Orthographic and phonological activation in the semantic processing of Korean Hanja and Hangul. Language and Cognitive Processes, 14 (5/6), 481–502.
Cho, Jeung-Ryeul and Chen, Hsuan-Chih 2005. Semantic and phonological processing in reading Korean Hangul and Hanja words. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 34, 401–14.
Cho, Kyung-Hee and Lee, Jung-Mo 1992. The processing characteristics of contrast information embedded in different story structures and in different abstraction level [in Korean]. Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 4, 76–92.
Cho, Kyung-Ja and Han, Kwang-Hee 1996. The effect of syllable type and familiarity on Hangul recognition processing [in Korean]. In Proceedings of Spring Conference of the Korean Society for Cognitive Science (pp. 179–89).
Cho, Kyu-Young and Jin, Young-Sun 1991. The effect of length and visual angle in reading rotated Korean words [in Korean]. Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 3, 63–75.
Cho, Sookeun 1999. The acquisition of relative clauses: experimental studies on Korean. Doctoral dissertation, University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Cho, Sook Whan 1981. The acquisition of word order in Korean. Master's thesis, University of Calgary.
Cho, Sook Whan 1985. Issues in the structure and acquisition of Korean anaphora. An unpublished doctoral dissertation submitted to the University of Alberta. Edmonton, Alberta.
Cho, Sook Whan 1989. Parameter, subset principle, and the acquisition of the Korean reflexive pronoun. In Proceedings for the Cognitive Science Conference (pp. 296–301). Seoul, Korea.
Cho, Sook Whan 1991. Null subjects in complements and adjuncts in Korean. In Lee, Chungmin and Whitman, John B. (eds.), Korean Syntax and Semantics: ‘91 LSA Linguistic Institute Workshop. Seoul, Korea: Thae-Hak-Sa.
Cho, Sook Whan 1992. The syntax and acquisition of ‘kyay’ (‘s/he’) and ‘caki’(‘self’) [in Korean]. Studies in Generative Grammar, 2, 361–92.
Cho, Sook Whan 1994. Null arguments and mood categories. In Kim-Renaud, Young-Key (ed.), Theoretical Issues in Korean Linguistics (pp. 443–62). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Cho, Sook Whan 1996. Caki (‘self’) as a nominal anaphor and a free pronoun in Korean. Paper presented at the annual convention organized by the Linguistic Society of America (LSA – 1996).
Cho, Sook Whan 1999. Caki as a Jekyll and Hyde. In Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics VIII (pp. 252–65).
Cho, Sook Whan 2001. Subjectless sentences spoken by young children in Korean. Qualifying paper. Harvard University.
Cho, Sook Whan 2002. Lexical and semantic idiosyncracies of the predicates and caki (‘self’) in Korean. Ene-wa Cengpo Sahoy (Language and Information Society), 1, 1–20.
Cho, Sook Whan 2004. Syntax, Pragmatics, and Acquisition of Korean Reflexive Anaphora. Seoul, Korea: Sogang University Press.
Cho, Taehong 1996. Vowel correlates to consonant phonation: an acoustic-perceptual study of Korean obstruents. M.A. thesis, University of Texas at Arlington.
Cho, Taehong and Keating, Patricia 2001. Articulatory strengthening at the onset of prosodic domains in Korean. Journal of Phonetics, 28, 155–90.
Cho, Young-Mee Yu 1987. Phrasal phonology of Korean. In Kuno, Susumu, Lee, Ik-Hwan, Whitman, John, Bak, Sung-Yun and Kang, Young-Se (eds.), Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics III. Seoul, Korea: Hanshin.
Cho, Young-Mee Yu and Hong, Ki-Sun 1988. Evidence for the VP constituent from child Korean. In Papers and Reports on Child Language Development 27. Stanford, CA: Department of Linguistics, Stanford University.
Choe, Hyŏn-bae 1971. Uri Malbon. Seoul, Korea: Chŏngŭm-sa (originally published in 1937).
Choe, Hyun-Sook 1988. Restructuring parameters and complex predicates: a transformational approach. Doctoral dissertation, MIT.
Choi, Gwon-Jin 1997. Viewpoint shifting in Korean and Bulgarian: the use of kinship terms. Pragmatics, 7 (3), 389–95.
Choi, Jae-Oh 1991. Korean-English code switching: switch-alpha and linguistic constraints. Linguistics, 29, 877–902.
Choi, Kwangill 2001. Ambiguity of relative clause in Korean. Unpublished Master's thesis, Ajou University.
Choi, Kwangill and Kim, Youngjin 2002. Ambiguity of relative clause attachment in Korean. The Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 14, 187–204.
Choi, Sang-bae and Ahn, Seong-Woo 2003. Analysis of relationship between Korean Sign Language ability and reading ability [in Korean]. Journal of Special Education, 10, 151–68.
Choi, Soonja 1988. Caregiver input in English and Korean: use of nouns and verbs in book-reading and toy-play contexts. Journal of Child Language, 27, 69–96.
Choi, Soonja 1991. Early acquisition of epistemic meanings in Korean: a study of sentence-ending suffixes in the spontaneous speech of three children. First Language, 11, 93–119.
Choi, Soonja (ed.) 1993. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 3. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Choi, Soonja 1995. The development of epistemic sentence-ending modal forms and functions in Korean children. In Bybee, Joan and Fleischman, Suzanne (eds.), Modality in Grammar and Discourse. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.
Choi, Soonja 1997. Language-specific input and early semantic development: evidence from children learning Korean. In Slobin, Dan I. (ed.), The Crosslinguistic Study of Language Acquisition (vol. 5: Expanding the Contexts, pp. 41–133). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Choi, Soonja 1998a. Acquisition of Korean. In Leonard, Laurence (ed.), Language Acquisition in North America: Cross Cultural and Crosslinguistic perspectives (pp. 281–336). San Diego, CA: Singular.
Choi, Soonja 1998b. Verbs in early lexical and syntactic development in Korean. Linguistics, 36, 755–80.
Choi, Soonja 1999. Early development of verb structures and caregiver input in Korean: two case studies. International Journal of Bilingualism, 3, 241–65.
Choi, Soonja 2000. Caregiver input in English and Korean: use of nouns and verbs in book-reading and toy-play contexts. Journal of Child Language, 27, 69–96.
Choi, Soonja 2002. Language-specific influences on early semantic and cognitive development. presented at the International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL), Madison, WI.
Choi, Soonja 2006. Acquisition of modality. In Frawley, William (ed.), The Expression of Modality. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Choi, Soonja and Bowerman, Melissa 1991. Learning to express motion events in English and Korean: the influence of language-specific lexicalization patterns. Cognition, 41, 83–121.
Choi, Soonja and Gopnik, Alison 1995. Early acquisition of verbs in Korean: a crosslinguistic study. Journal of Child Language, 22, 497–529.
Choi, Soonja, McDonough, Laraine, Bowerman, Melissa and Mandler, Jean 1999. Early sensitivity to language-specific spatial categories in English and Korean. Cognitive Development, 14, 241–68.
Choi, Yang-Gyu 1986. The influence of the number of syllables on recognition of Korean words [in Korean]. Master's thesis, Pusan National University.
Choi, Youngon 2003. Preschool aged children's use of prosody in sentence processing: the case of Korean children. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Duke University.
Choi, Youngon and Mazuka, Reiko 2001. Are prosodic units universally important to children in their early language acquisition? Korean children's detection and use of language-specific prosodic units. Journal of Cognitive Science, 2 (2), 171–93.
Choi, Youngon and Mazuka, Reiko 2003. Young children's use of prosody in sentence parsing. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 32, 197–217.
Choi, Young-Sik 1999. Negation, its scope and NPI licensing in Korean. In Daly, Rebecca and Riehl, Anastasia (eds.), Proceedings of ESCOL (pp. 25–36). Cornell University.
Chomsky, Noam 1965. Aspects of the Theory of Syntax. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Chomsky, Noam 1977. On Wh-Movement. In Culicover, Peter, Wasow, Thomas and Akmajian, Adrian (eds.), Formal Syntax (pp. 71–132). New York: Academic Press.
Chomsky, Noam 1980a. On binding. Linguistic Inquiry, 11, 1–46.
Chomsky, Noam 1980b. Rules and Representations. New York: Columbia University Press.
Chomsky, Noam 1981. Lectures on Government and Binding. Dordrecht: Foris.
Chomsky, Noam 1986a. Barriers. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Chomsky, Noam 1986b. Knowledge of Language: Its Nature, Origin, and Use. New York: Praeger.
Chomsky, Noam 1995. The Minimalist Program. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Chomsky, Noam and Lasnik, Howard 1977. Filters and control. Linguistic Inquiry, 8, 425–504.
Chomsky, Noam and Lasnik, Howard 1978. A remark on contraction. Linguistic Inquiry, 9, 268–74.
Christensen, Kathee M. 1993. A multicultural approach to education of children who are deaf. In Christensen, Kathee M. and Delgado, Gilbert L. (eds.), Multicultural Issues in Deafness (pp. 17–27). White Plains, NY: Longman.
Christensen, Kathee M. 2000. Emerging literacy in bilingual/multicultural education of children who are deaf: a communication-based perspective. In Christensen, Kathee M. (ed.), Deaf Plus: a Multicultural Perspective (pp. 41–58). San Diego, CA: Dawn Sign Press.
Chun, Nan-hee 1998. The study for development of literal vocabulary ability in deaf students [in Korean]. M.A. thesis, Kong-Ju National University.
Chung, Daeho and Park, Hong-Keun 1997. NPIs outside of negation scope. In Sohn, Ho-Min and Haig, John (eds.), Japanese/Korean Linguistics 6 (pp. 415–35). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Chung, GyeongHee No 1994. Acquisition of Case marking in Korean. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin.
Cinque, Guglielmo 1999. Adverbs and Functional Heads: a Crosslinguistic Perspective. Oxford University Press.
Clancy, Patricia M. 1980. Referential choice in English and Japanese narrative discourse. In Chafe, Wallace L. (ed.), The Pear Stories: Cognitive, Cultural, and Linguistic Aspects of Narrative Production (pp. 127–202). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Clancy, Patricia M. 1984. The acquisition of subjects in Korean. Paper presented at the Ninth Annual University Conference on Language Development. Boston, USA.
Clancy, Patricia M. 1985. The acquisition of Japanese. In Slobin, Dan I. (ed.), The Crosslinguistic Study of Language Acquisition (vol. I: The Data). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Clancy, Patricia M.(ed.) 1993. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 2. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Clancy, Patricia M. 1993. Preferred argument structure in Korean acquisition. In Clark, Eve (ed.), The Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Child Language Research Forum (pp. 307–14). Stanford University: CSLI Publications.
Clancy, Patricia M. 1995. Subject and object in Korean acquisition: surface expression and casemarking. In Kuno, Susumu, Whitman, John, Kang, Young-Se, Lee, Ik-Hwan, Maling, Joan and Kim, Young-Joo (eds.), Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics VI (pp. 3–17). Seoul, Korea: Hanshin Publishing Co.
Clancy, Patricia M. 1996. Referential strategies and the co-construction of argument structure in Korean acquisition. In Fox, Barbara (ed.), Studies in Anaphora (pp. 33–68). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Clancy, Patricia M. 1997. Discourse motivations for referential choice in Korean acquisition. In Sohn, Ho-min and Haig, John (eds.), Japanese/Korean Linguistics 6 (pp. 639–59). Stanford University: CSLI Publications.
Clancy, Patricia M. 2000. Transitivity in Korean acquisition: discourse-functional foundations. In Clark, Eve (ed.), The Proceedings of the 13th Annual Child Language Research Forum. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Clancy, Patricia M.(ed.) 2002. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 11. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Clancy, Patricia M. 2003. The lexicon in interaction: developmental origins of preferred argument structure in Korean. In Du Bois, John W., Kumpf, Lorraine and Ashby, William (eds.), Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as Architecture for Function (pp. 81–108). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Clancy, Patricia M., Lee, Hyeonjin and Zoh, Myeong-Han 1986. Processing strategies in the acquisition of relative clauses: universal principles and language-specific realizations. Cognition, 24, 225–62.
Clark, Eve V. 1973a. What's in a word? On the child's acquisition of semantics in his first language. In Moore, Timothy (ed.), Cognitive Development and the Acquisition of Language (pp. 65–110). New York: Academic Press.
Clark, Eve V. 1973b. Non-linguistic strategies and the acquisition of word meanings. Cognition, 2, 161–82.
Clark, Eve V. 1977. Universal categories: on the semantics of classifiers and children's early word meaning. In Juilland, Alphonse (ed.), Linguistic Studies Offered to Joseph Greenberg (pp. 449–62). Sarratoga, CA: Anma Libri and Co.
Clark, Eve V. 1987. The principle of contrast: a constraint on language acquisition. In MacWhinney, Brian (ed.), Mechanisms of Language Acquisition: the 20th Annual Carnegie Symposium on Cognition. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Clark, Eve V. 1993. The Lexicon in Acquisition. Cambridge University Press.
Clark, Herbert H. 1965. Some structural properties of simple active and passive clauses. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 4, 365–70.
Clark, Herbert H. 1973. Space, time, semantics, and the child. In Moore, Timothy E. (ed.), Cognitive Development and the Acquisition of Language (pp. 27–63). New York: Academic Press.
Clifton, Charles, Jr. 2000. Evaluating models of human sentence processing. In Crocker, Matthew W., Pickering, Martin and Clifton, Charles (eds.), Architecture and Mechanisms for Language Processing (pp. 31–55). Cambridge University Press.
Clifton, Charles, Jr., Traxler, Matthew J., Mohamed, Mohamed Taha, Williams, Rihana, S., Morris, Robin, K. and Rayner, Keith, E. 2003. The use of thematic role information in parsing: syntactic processing autonomy revisited. Journal of Memory and Language, 49, 317–34.
Clumeck, Harold 1980. The acquisition of tone. In Yeni-Komshian, Grace H., Kavanagh, James F. and Ferguson, Charles A. (eds.), Child Phonology (vol. I: Production). New York: Academic Press.
Coates, Jennifer 1988. The acquisition of the meanings of modality in children aged eight and twelve. Journal of Child Language, 15, 425–34.
Cole, Pascale, Segui, Juan and Taft, Marcus 1997. Words and morphemes as units for lexical access. Journal of Memory and Language, 37, 312–30.
Cole, Peter, Hermon, Gabriella and Sung, Li-May 1990. Principles and parameters of long-distance reflexives. Linguistic Inquiry, 21, 1–22.
Cole, Peter and Sung, Li-May 1994. Head movement and long-distance reflexives. Linguistic Inquiry, 25, 355–406.
Coltheart, Max 1980. Reading phonological recoding and deep dyslexia. In Coltheart, Max, Patterson, Karalyn and Marshal, John, C. (eds.), Deep Dyslexia (pp. 197–226). London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Coltheart, Max, Rastle, Kathleen, Perry, Conrad, Langdon, Robin and Ziegler, Johannes 2001. DRC: a dual route cascade model of visual word recognition and reading aloud. Psychological Review, 108, 204–56.
Comrie, Bernard 1984. Form and function in explaining language universals. In Butterworth, Brian, Comrie, Bernard, and Dahl, Osten (eds.), Explanations for Language Universals (pp. 87–103). The Hague: Mouton.
Conway, Andrew R. A. and Engle, Randy W. 1994. Working memory and retrieval: a resource-dependent inhibition model. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 123, 354–73.
Copland, David, Zubicaray, Greig, McMahon, Katie, Wilson, Stephen, Eastburn, Matt and Chenery, Helen 2003. Brain activity during automatic semantic priming revealed by event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neuroimage, 20, 302–10.
Corbett, Albert T. and Chang, Frederick R. 1983. Pronoun disambiguation: accessing potential antecedent. Memory and Cognition, 16, 283–98.
Cortese, Michael, Simpson, Greg and Woolsey, Steph 1997. Effects of association and imageability on phonological mapping. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 4, 226–31.
Cosky, Michael J. 1976. The role of letter recognition in word recognition. Memory and Cognition, 4, 204–14.
Cossu, Giuseppe, Shankweiler, Donald, Liberman, Isabelle, Katz, Leonard and Tola, Giuseppe 1988. Awareness of phonological segments and reading ability in Italian children, Applied Psycholinguistics, 9, 1–16.
Craig, Colette G. 1986. Jacaltec noun classifiers: a study in language and culture. In Craig, Colette G. (ed.), Noun Classes and Categorization: Proceedings of a Symposium on Categorization and Noun Classification (pp. 264–94). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Crain, Stephen and McKee, Cecile 1985. The acquisition of structural restrictions on anaphora. In Proceedings of NELS 16.
Crain, Stephen and Thornton, Rosalind 1998. Investigations in Universal Grammar: a Guide to Research in Acquisition of Syntax and Semantics. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Crain, Stephen, Thornton, Rosalind, Boster, Carole, Conway, Laura, Lillo-Martin, Diane and Woodams, Elaine 1996. Quantification without qualification. Language Acquisition, 5 (2), 83–153.
Crocker, Matthew W. 1996. Computational Psycholinguistics. Dordrecht: Kluwer.
Croft, William 1991. Syntactic Categories and Grammatical Relations. University of Chicago Press.
Crystal, David 1979. Prosodic development. In Fletcher, Paul and Garman, Michael (eds.), Language Acquisition. Cambridge University Press.
Cutler, Anne and Butterfield, Sally 1992. Rhythmic cues to speech segmentation: evidence from juncture misperception. Journal of Memory and Language, 31, 218–36.
Cutler, Anne, Mehler, Jacques, Norris, Dennis and Segui, Juan 1986. The syllable's differing role in the segmentation of French and English. Journal of Memory and Language, 25, 385–400.
Daneman, Meredyth and Carpenter, Patricia A. 1980. Individual differences in working memory and reading. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 19, 450–66.
Daneman, Meredyth and Green, Ian. 1986. Individual differences in comprehending and producing words in context. Journal of Memory and Language, 25, 1–18.
Davidson, Donald 1967. The logical form of action sentences. In Rescher, Nicholas (ed.), The Logic of Decision and Action. University of Pittsburgh Press.
Davis, Chris, Castles, Anne, McAnally, Ken and Gray, Jacquie 2001. Lapses of concentration and dyslexic performance on the Ternus Task. Cognition, 81, B21–B31.
Bleser, Ria 1987. From agrammatism to paragrammatism: German aphasiological traditions and grammatical disturbances. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 4, 187–256.
Bleser, Ria and Kauschke, Christina 2003. Acquisition and loss of nouns and verbs: parallel or divergent patterns? Journal of Neurolinguistics, 16, 213–29.
DeCasper, Anthony J., Lecanuet, Jean-Pierre and Busnel, Marie-Claire 1994. Fetal reactions to recurrent maternal speech. Infant Behavior and Development, 17 (2), 159–64.
DeCasper, Anthony J. and Spence, Melanie J. 1986. Prenatal maternal speech influences newborn's perception of speech sounds. Infant Behavior and Development, 9, 133–50.
Decker, Greg, Simpson, Greg, Yates, Mark and Locker, Lawrence, Jr. 2003. Flexible use of lexical and phonological information in word recognition. Journal of Research in Reading, 26, 280–6.
DeKeyser, Robert 2000. The robustness of critical period effects in second language acquisition. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 22, 499–534.
Demb, Jonathan B., Boynton, Geoffrey M., Best, Mary and Heeger, David J. 1998 Psychophysical evidence for a magnocellular pathway deficit in dyslexia. Vision Research, 38, 1555–9.
Demuth, Katherine 1992. Accessing functional categories in Sesotho: interactions at the morpho-syntax interface. In Meisel, Jurgen M. (ed.), The Acquisition of Verb Placement: Functional Categories and V2 Phenomena in Language Acquisition (pp. 83–107). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic.
Demuth, Katherine 1994. On the “underspecification” of functional categories in early grammars. In Lust, Barbara, Suñer, Magarita and Whitman, John (eds.), Syntactic Theory and First Language Acquisition: Crosslinguistic Perspectives (vol. I: Heads, Projections and Learnability, pp. 119–34). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Demuth, Katherine 1996. Prosodic structure of early words. In Morgan, James L. and Demuth, Katherine (eds.), Signal to Syntax: Bootstrapping from Speech to Grammar in Early Acquisition (pp. 171–84). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
León, Lourdes 1999. Verbs in Tzotzil (Mayan) early syntactic development. International Journal of Bilingualism, 3, 219–39.
DeStefano, Johanna S. 1978. Language, the Learner and the School. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Swart, Henriette 1991. Adverbs of quantification: a generalized quantifier approach. Doctoral dissertation, University of Groningen.
Deutsch, Avital, Frost, Ram and Forster, Kenneth 1998. Verbs and nouns are organized and accessed differently in the mental lexicon: evidence from Hebrew. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 24, 1238–55.
Villiers, Jill G., Tager-Flusberg, Helen B., Hakuta, Kenji and Cohen, Michael 1979. Children's comprehension of relative clauses. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 8, 499–518.
Vincenzi, Marica 1991. Syntactic Parsing Strategies in Italian. Dordrecht: Kluwer.
Vincenzi, Marica 2000. Crosslinguistic psycholinguistics. In Crocker, Matthew W., Pickering, Martin, and Clifton, Charles (eds.), Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (pp. 282–300). Cambridge University Press.
Dick, Frederic, Bates, Elizabeth, Wulfeck, Beverly, Utman, Jennifer, Dronkers, Nina and Gernsbacher, Morton A. 2001. Language deficits, localization, and grammar: evidence for a distributive model of language breakdown in aphasic patients and neurologically intact individuals. Psychological Review, 108, 759–88.
Diehl, Randy L. 1989. Remarks on Stevens' quantal theory of speech. Journal of Phonetics, 17, 71–8.
Diesing, Molly 1992. Indefinites. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Dik, Simon C. 1989. The Theory of Functional Grammar, Part I: the Structure of the Clause. Functional Grammar Series 9. Dordrecht: Foris.
Di Sciullo, Anna Mari, Muysken, Peter and Singh, Ravendra 1986. Government and code-switching. Journal of Linguistics, 22, 1–24.
Do, Kyung Soo 1992. Integration process of consonants and vowels in Korean letter perception [in Korean]. Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 4, 1–15.
Do, Kyung Soo 1994. Representation of causal information in reading: causality, causal field, and multiple cause [in Korean]. Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 6, 164–77.
Doctor, Estelle A. and Coltheart, Max 1980. Children's use of phonological encoding when reading for meaning. Memory and Cognition, 8, 195–209.
Doetjes, Jenny, Neeleman, Ad and Koot, Hans 1998. Degree expressions and the autonomy of syntax. UCL Working Papers, 10, 323–67.
Donaldson, Margaret 1978. Children's Minds. London: Fontana Press.
Donaldson, Margaret and Lloyd, Peter 1974. Sentences and situations: children's judgments of match and mismatch. In Bresson, Francois (ed.), Current Problems in Psycholinguistics. Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.
Dowty, David 1991. Thematic proto-roles and argument selection. Language, 67, 547–619.
Drozd, Kenneth 1998. Children's weak interpretations of universally quantified questions. In Bowerman, Melissa and Levinson, Stephen (eds.), Conceptual Development and Language Acquisition. Cambridge University Press.
Drozd, Kenneth and Philip, William 1992. Event quantification in preschoolers' comprehension of negation. In Clark, Eve (ed.), Child Language Research Forum (vol. 24). Stanford, CA: CLRF.
Du Bois, John W. 1987. The discourse basis of ergativity. Language, 63, 805–55.
Du Bois, John W. 2002. Discourse and grammar. In Tomasello, Michael, (ed.), The New Psychology of Language: Cognitive and Functional Approaches to Language (vol. II). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Du Bois, John W. 2003. Argument structure: grammar in use. In Du Bois, Kumpf and Ashby, (eds.), Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as Architecture for Function (pp. 12–60).
Du Bois, John W., Kumpf, Lorraine and Ashby, William (eds.) 2003. Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as Architecture for Function. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Duffy, Susan A., Morris, Robin K. and Rayner, Keith 1988. Lexical ambiguity and fixation times in reading. Journal of Memory and Language, 27, 429–46.
Duncan, Lynne G., Seymour, Philip K. H. and Hill, Shirley 2000. A small-to-large unit progression in metaphonological awareness and reading?The Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology, 53a, 1081–104.
Duranti, Alessandro 1994. From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic Anthropology in a Western Samoan Village. Los Angeles and Berkeley: University of California Press.
Dyke, Julie A. and McElree, Brian 2006. Retrieval interference in sentence comprehension. Journal of Memory and Language, 55, 157–66.
Ebbinghaus, Hermann 1964. Memory: a Contribution to Experimental Psychology (Ruger, & Bussenius, , translators; original work published 1885), New York: Dover.
Echols, Catharine H. 1996. A role for stress in early speech segmentation. In Morgan, James L. and Demuth, Katherine (eds.), Signal to Syntax: Bootstrapping from Speech to Grammar in Early Acquisition (pp. 151–70). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Echols, Catherine H., Crowhurst, Meagan J. and Childers, Jane B. 1997. The perception of rhythmic units in speech by infants and adults. Journal of Memory and Language, 36, 202–25.
Eckardt, Barbara and Potter, Mary C. 1985. Clause and the semantic representation of words. Memory and Cognition, 13, 371–76.
Eden, Guinevere, F., Meter, John W., Rumsey, Judith M., Maisog, José M., Woods, Roger P. and Zeffiro, Thomas A. 1996. Abnormal processing of visual motion in dyslexia revealed by functional brain imaging. Nature, 382, 66–9.
Eimas, Peter, Siqueland, Einar R., Jusczyk, Peter W. and Vigorito, James 1971. Speech perception in infants. Science, 171, 303–6.
Elbourne, Paul 2001. E-type anaphora as NP deletion. Natural Language Semantics, 9, 241–88.
Embick, David 2004. On the structure of resultative participles in English. Linguistic Inquiry, 35, 355–92.
Emonds, Joseph 1976. A Transformational Approach to English Syntax. New York: Academic Press.
Emonds, Joseph 1978. The verbal complex V'-V in French. Linguistic Inquiry, 9, 151–75.
Emslie, Hazel C. and Stevenson, Rosemary I. 1981. Pre-school children's use of the articles in definite and indefinite referring expressions. Journal of Child Language, 8, 313–28.
Enç, Mürvet 1991. The semantics of specificity. Linguistic Inquiry, 22, 1–25.
Epstein, Samuel, Flynn, Suzanne and Martohardjono, Gita 1996. Second language acquisition: theoretical and experimental issues in contemporary research. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 677–758.
Erbaugh, S. Mary 1984. Scissors, paper, stone: perceptual foundations of noun classifier system. In Papers and Reports on Child Language Development (vol. 23, pp. 41–9).
Erbaugh, S. Mary 1986. Taking stock: the development of Chinese noun classifiers historically and in young children. In Craig, Colette G. (ed.), Typological Studies in Language: Noun Classes and Categorization (vol. 7, pp. 399–436). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Ervin-Tripp, Susan, Nakamura, Kei and Jiansheng, Guo. 1995. Shifting face from Asia to Europe. In Shibatani, Masayoshi and Thompson, Sandra (eds.), Essays in Semantics and Pragmatics: In Honor of Charles J. Fillmore (pp. 43–72). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Eubank, Lynn 1993/1994. On the transfer of parametric values in L2 development. Language Acquisition, 3, 183–208.
Fang, Fuxi 1985. An experiment of the use of classifier by 4–6 year olds. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 17 (4), 384–92.
Fant, Gunnar 1956. On the predictability of formant levels and spectrum envelopes from formant frequencies. In Halle, Morris, Lunt, Horace and MacLean, Hugh (eds.), For Roman Jakobson (pp. 109–20). The Hague: Mouton.
Fant, Gunnar 1968. Analysis and synthesis of speech processes. In Malmberg, Bertil (eds.), Manual of Phonetics (pp. 243–53). Amsterdam: North Holland.
Fant, Gunnar 1970. Acoustical Theory of Speech Production. The Hague: Mouton.
Fant, Gunnar 1975. Vocal tract wall effects, losses, and resonance bandwidths. STL-QPSR, 2 (3), 1–19.
Farmer, Mary E. and Klein, Raymond M. 1995. The evidence for a temporal processing deficit linked to dyslexia: a review. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 2, 460–93.
Fathman, Ann 1975. The relationship between age and second language learning ability. Language Learning, 25, 245–53.
Feigenbaum, E. A. and Simon, H. A. 1984. EPAM-like models of recognition and learning. Cognitive Science, 8, 305–36.
Fernald, Anne 1985. Four-month-old infants prefer to listen to motherese. Infant Behavior and Development, 8, 181–95.
Fillmore, Charles 1988. The mechanisms of “Construction Grammar.”Berkeley Linguistics Society, 17, 35–55.
Fillmore, Lily Wong 2000. The loss of family languages by immigrant children: should educators be concerned?Theory into Practice, 39, 203–10.
Finer, Daniel 1991. Binding parameters in second language acquisition. In Eubank, Lynn (ed.), Point Counterpoint: Universal Grammar in Second Language Acquisition (pp. 351–73). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Finer, Daniel and Broselow, Ellen 1986. Second language acquisition of reflexive-binding. In Berman, Stephen, Choe, Jae-Woong and McDonough, Joyce (eds.), Proceedings of the 16th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (pp. 154–68). Amherst, MA: University Of Massachusetts, Graduate Linguistics Student Association.
Flege, James E. 1987. A critical period for learning to pronounce foreign languages?Applied Linguistics, 8, 162–77.
Flege, James E. 1999. Age of learning and second language speech. In Birdsong, David (ed.), Second Language Acquisition and the Critical Period Hypothesis (pp. 101–32). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Flege, James E., Bohn, Ocke-Schwen and Jang, Sunyoung 1997. Effects of experience on non-native speakers' production and perception of English vowels. Journal of Phonetics, 25, 437–70.
Flege, James E. and Liu, Serena 2001. Effect of experience in L2 acquisition. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 23, 527–52.
Flege, James E., Munro, Murray J. and MacKay, Ian R. A. 1995. Factors affecting strength of perceived foreign accent in a second language. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 97 (5), 3125–34.
Flege, James E., Yeni-Komshian, Grace H. and Liu, Serena 1999. Age constraints on second-language acquisition. Journal of Memory and Language, 41, 78–104.
Flynn, Suzanne 1983. A study of the effects of principal branching direction in second language acquisition: the generalization of a parameter of universal grammar from first to second language acquisition. Doctoral dissertation, Cornell University.
Flynn, Suzanne 1987. A Parameter-setting Model of L2 Acquisition. Dordrecht: Reidel.
Flynn, Suzanne and Foley, Claire 2004. On the developmental primacy of free relatives. In Csirmaz, Aniko, Gualmini, Andrea and Nevins, Andrew (eds.), Plato's Problem: Papers on Language Acquisition, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 48 (pp. 59–69). Cambridge, MA: Department of Linguistics, MIT.
Fodor, Janet and Sag, Ivan 1982. Referential and quantificational indefinites. Linguistics and Philosophy, 5, 355–98.
Ford, Cecilia E. 2000. The treatment of contrasts in interaction. In Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Kortmann, Bernd (eds.). Cause-Condition-Concession-Contrast: Cognitive and Discourse Perspective. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Forster, Kenneth I. 1976. Accessing the mental lexicon. In Wales, Roger J. and Walker, Edward (eds.), New Approaches to Language Mechanisms (pp. 257–87). Amsterdam: North Holland.
Forster, Kenneth I. and Chamber, Susan M. 1973. Lexical access and naming time. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 12, 627–35.
Fougeron, Cecile and Keating, Patricia 1997. Articulatory strengthening at edges of prosodic domains. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 101, 3728–40.
Fox, Barbara A. and Thompson, Sandra A. 1990. A discourse explanation of the grammar of relative clauses in English conversation. Language, 66, 297–316.
Fox, Danny and Grodzinsky, Yosef 1998. Children's passive: a view from the by-phrase. Linguistic Inquiry, 29, 311–32.
Fox, Robert A. 1982. Individual variation in the perception of vowels: implications for a perception-production link. Phonetica, 39, 1–22.
Frazier, Lyn 1979. On Comprehending Sentences: Syntactic Parsing Strategies. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Linguistics Club.
Frazier, Lyn 1987. Syntactic processing: evidence from Dutch. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 5, 519–59.
Frazier, Lyn and Rayner, Keith 1982. Making and correcting errors during sentence comprehension: eye movements in the analysis of structurally ambiguous sentences. Cognitive Psychology, 14, 178–210.
Frederiksen, John R. 1981. Sources of process interaction in reading. In Lesgold, Alan M. and Perfetti, Charles A. (eds.), Interactive Processes in Reading (pp. 361–86). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Freeman, Norman, Sinha, Chris and Stedmon, Jacqueline 1982. All the cars-which cars? from word meaning to discourse analysis. In Beveridge, Michael (ed.), Children Thinking Through Language. London: Edward Arnold.
Freeman, Norman and Stedmon, Jacqueline 1986. How children deal with natural language quantification. In Kurez, I., Shugar, G. W. and Danks, J. H. (eds.), Knowledge and Language. North Holland: Elsevier.
Friederici, Angela D. 1995. The time course of syntactic activation during language processing: a model based on neuropsychological and neurophysiological data. Brain and Language, 50, 259–81.
Friederici, Angela D. 2002. Towards a neural basis of auditory sentence processing. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 6, 78–84.
Friederici, Angela D. and Frazier, Lyn 1992. Thematic analysis in agrammatic comprehension: syntactic structures and task demands. Brain and Language, 42, 1–29.
Friederici, Angela D. and Graetz, Patty A. M. 1987. Processing passive sentences in aphasia: deficits and strategies. Brain and Language, 30, 93–105.
Friederici, Angela D. and Mecklinger, Axel 1996. Syntactic parsing as revealed by brain responses: first-pass and second-pass parsing processes. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 25, 157–76.
Friederici, Angela D., Steinhauer, Karsten and Frisch, Stefan 1999. Lexical integration: sequential effects of syntactic and semantic information. Memory and Cognition, 27, 438–53.
Friedmann, Naama 1994. Morphology in agrammatism: a dissociation between tense and agreement. Master's Thesis, Tel Aviv University.
Friedmann, Naama and Grodzinsky, Yosef 1997. Tense and agreement in agrammatic production: pruning the syntactic tree. Brain and Language, 56, 397–425.
Friedmann, Naama and Shapiro, Lewis P. 2003. Agrammatic comprehension of simple active sentences with moved constituents: Hebrew OSV and OVS structures. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 46, 288–97.
Frith, Uta 1999. Paradoxes in the definition of dyslexia. Dyslexia, 5, 192–214.
Fromm, Erica 1970. Age regression with unexpected reappearance of a repressed childhood language. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 18, 79–88.
Frost, Ram, Katz, Leonard and Bentin, Shlomo 1987. Strategies for visual word recognition and orthographical depth: a multilingual comparison. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 13, 104–15.
Fruchter, Arlene, Wilbur, Ronnie B. and Fraser, Brian 1984. Comprehension of idioms by hearing-impaired students. Volta Review, 86, 7–18.
Fukui, Naoki, Miyagawa, Shigeru and Tenny, Carol 1985. Verb Classes in English and Japanese: a Case Study in the Interaction of Syntax, Morphology and Semantics (Lexicon Project Working Papers vol. 3). Cambridge, MA: MIT Center for Cognitive Science.
Gandour, Jack, Petty, Soranee H., Dardarananda, Rochana, Dechongkit, Sumalee and Mukngoen, Sunne 1984. Acquisition of numeral classifiers in Thai. Linguistics, 22, 455–79.
Garlock, Victoria M., Walley, Amanda C. and Metsala, Jamie L. 2001. Age-of-acquisition, word frequency, and neighborhood density effects on spoken word recognition by children and adults. Journal of Memory and Language, 45, 468–92.
Garner, Wendell R. 1978. Selective attention to attributes and to stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 107, 287–308.
Garnham, Alan, Oakhill, Jane and Reynolds, David 2002. Are inferences from stereotyped role name to characters' gender made elaboratively?Memory and Cognition, 30, 439–46.
Garrod, Simon and Sanford, Anthony 1990. Referential processes in reading: focusing on roles and individuals. In Balota, David A., Flores d'Arcais, Giovanni B. and Rayner, Keith (eds.), Comprehension Processes in Reading (pp. 465–86). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Gee, Julie and Salvasir, Iskender 1985. On the use of ‘will’ and ‘gonna’: toward a description of activity-types for child language. Discourse Processes, 8, 143–75.
Genesee, Fred 1988. Neuropsychology and acquisition of second language learning. In Beebe, Leslie M. (ed.), Issues in Second Language Acquisition (pp. 81–112). Cambridge, MA: Newbury House.
Genneri, Silvia, Sloman, Steven, Malt, Barbara and Fitch, W. Tecumseh 2002. Motion events in language and cognition. Cognition, 83, 49–79.
Gentner, Dedre 1978. On relational meaning: the acquisition of verb meaning. Child Development, 49, 988–98.
Gentner, Dedre 1982. Why are nouns learned before verbs: Linguistic relativity versus natural partitioning. In Kuczaj, Stan A. II (ed.), Language Development (vol. II: Language, Thought and Culture). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Gerhardt, Julie 1991. The meanings and use of modals hafta, needta and wanna in children's speech. Journal of Pragmatics, 16, 531–90.
Gerken, LouAnn 1991. The metrical basis for children's subjectless sentences. Journal of Memory and Language, 30, 431–51.
Gerken, LouAnn 1996. Prosodic structure in young children's language production. Language, 72 (4), 683–712.
Gerken, LouAnn, Landau, Barbara and Remez, Robert E. 1990. Function morphemes in young children's speech perception and production. Developmental Psychology, 26 (2), 204–16.
Gernsbacher, Morton A. 1989. Mechanisms that improve referential access. Cognition, 32, 99–156.
Gernsbacher, Morton A. 1990. Language comprehension as structure building. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Gernsbacher, Morton A. 1997. Two decades of structure building. Discourse Processes, 23, 265–304.
Gernsbacher, Morton A. and Hargreaves, David 1988. Accessing sentence participants: the advantage of first mention. Journal of Memory and Language, 27, 699–717.
Gernsbacher, Morton A., Hargreaves, David and Beeman, Mark 1989. Building and accessing clausal representations: the advantage of first mention versus the advantage of clause recency. Journal of Memory and Language, 28, 735–55.
Gernsbacher, Morton A., Varner, Kathleen R. and Faust, Mark E. 1990. Investigating differences in general comprehension skill. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 16, 430–45.
Gibson, Edward 1998. Linguistic complexity: locality of syntactic dependence. Cognition, 68, 1–76.
Gibson, Eleanor J. and Levin, Harry 1975. The Psychology of Reading. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Giraudo, Hélène and Grainger, Jonathan 2000. Effects of prime word frequency and cumulative root frequency in masked morphological priming. Language and Cognitive Processes, 15, 421–44.
Giusti, Giuliana 1997. The categorial status of determiners. In Haegeman, Lilian (ed.), The New Comparative Syntax (pp. 95–123). London: Longman.
Givón, Talmy 1979. On Understanding Grammar. New York: Academic Press.
Givón, Talmy 1986. The Pragmatics of Word Order: Predictability, Importance, and Attention. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Gleitman, Lila 1990. The structural sources of verb meaning. Language Acquisition, 1, 3–55.
Gold, Mark 1967. Language identification in the limit. Information and Control, 10, 447–74.
Goldberg, Adele 1995. Constructions: a Construction Grammar Approach to Argument Structure. University of Chicago Press.
Goldberg, Adele 1998. Patterns of experience in patterns of language. In Tomasello, Michael (ed.), The New Psychology of Language: Cognitive and Functional Approaches to Language Structure (pp. 203–19). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Golinkoff, Roberta M., Hirsh-Pasek, Kathryn, Cauley, Kathleen and Gordon, Laura 1987. The eyes have it: lexical and syntactic comprehension in a new paradigm. Journal of Child Language, 14, 23–45.
Goodglass, Harold 1993. Understanding Aphasia. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
Goodhart, Wendy 1984. Morphological complexity, ASL, and the acquisition of sign language in deaf children. Doctoral dissertation, Boston University.
Goodluck, Helen 1991. Language Acquisition: a Linguistic Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.
Gopnik, Alison 2001. Theories, language, and culture: Whorf without wincing. In Bowerman, Melissa and Levinson, Stephen C. (eds.), Language Acquisition and Conceptual Development. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Gopnik, Alison and Choi, Soonja 1990. Do linguistic differences lead to cognitive differences?: a crosslinguistic study of semantic and cognitive development. First Language, 10, 199–215.
Gopnik, Alison and Choi, Soonja 1995. Names, relational words, and cognitive development in English and Korean speakers: nouns are not always learned before verbs. In Tomasello, Michael and Merriman, William E. (eds.), Beyond Names for Things: Young Children's Acquisition of Verbs (pp. 63–80). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Gordon, Peter C. 1982. The acquisition of syntactic categories: the case of the count/mass distinction. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
Gordon, Peter C. 1985. Evaluating the semantic categories hypothesis: the case of the count/mass distinction. Cognition, 29, 31–54.
Gordon, Peter C. 1988. Count/mass category acquisition: distributional distinction in children's speech. Journal of Child Language, 15, 109–28.
Gordon, Peter C. and Chafetz, Jill 1990. Verb-based versus class-based accounts of actionality effects in children's comprehension of passives. Cognition, 36, 227–54.
Gordon, Peter C. and Hendrick, Randall 2005. Relativization, ergativity, and corpus frequency. Linguistic Inquiry, 36, 456–63.
Gordon, Peter C., Hendrick, Randall and Johnson, Marcus 2001. Memory interference during language processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 27, 1411–23.
Gordon, Peter C., Hendrick, Randall and Johnson, Marcus 2004. Effects of noun phrase type on sentence complexity. Journal of Memory and Language, 51, 97–114.
Gordon, Peter, C., Hendrick, Randall, Johnson, Marcus and Lee, Yoonhyoung 2006. Similarity-based interference during language comprehension: evidence from eye tracking during reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 32, 1304–21.
Gordon, Peter C., Hendrick, Randall and Levine, William H. 2002. Memory-load interference in syntactic processing. Psychological Science, 13, 425–30.
Gökmen, Seda and Lee, Chungmin 2002. Aspects of the acquisition of (past) tense and (telic) aspect in Turkish and Korean. Language Research, 38, 1317–47.
<