Publications by Our Linguists

Shigeto Kawahara.  (2012)  Lyman’s Law is active in loanwords and nonce words: Evidence from naturalness judgment studies.  Lingua 122.11:  1193–1206.

Shigeto Kawahara and Kazuko Shinohara.  (2012)  A tripartite trans-modal relationship among sounds, shapes and emotions: A case of abrupt modulation. In. N. Miyake, D. Peebles and R. P. Cooper (eds.) The Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin: Cognitive Science Society.  569–574.

Metal type
Metal type. Flickr user jessamyn.

Shigeto Kawahara.  (2012)  The intonation of nominal parentheticals in Japanese. In T. Borowsky, S. Kawahara, T. Shinya, and M. Sugahara (eds.) Prosody matters: Essays in honor of Elisabeth Selkirk. London: Equinox.  304–340.

Vandana Bajaj, Viviane Deprez, & Julien Musolino.  (in press)  The Question Under Discussion and its role in scopal ambiguity resolution. To appear in the Proceedings of the 48th Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society.

Alejandro Cuza, Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux, and Liliana Sánchez.  (2013)  The role of semantic transfer in clitic drop among simultaneous and sequential Chinese-Spanish Bilinguals.  Studies in Second Language Acquisition 35:  1–33.

Mark Baker.  (2012)  “Obliqueness” as a component of argument structure in Amharic.  In Maria Cuervo and Yves Roberge (eds), The end of argument structure?  Bingley, UK:  Emerald.  43–74.

Andries Coetzee and Shigeto Kawahara.  (online first)  Frequency biases in phonological variation.  Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 40.1.

Shigeto Kawahara.  (2012)  Amplitude changes facilitate categorization and discrimination of length contrasts. In IEICE Technical Report. The Institute of Electronics, Information, and Com- munication Engineers 112:  67–72.

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