Journal Publications

Category: Alumni, Journal Publications, Publications

Congratulations to Richard Stockwell and Carson Schütze for the publication of their paper!

Published: February 5, 2021

We extend our congratulations to Richard Stockwell, recent Ph.D recipient, and Carson Schütze for the publication of their paper in the journal, English Language and Linguistics. The article is as follows: Stockwell, Richard and Carson T. Schütze (in press). “The puzzling nuanced status of who free relative clauses in English: a follow-up to Patterson and Caponigro (2015).” English Language and Linguistics.

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Category: Alumni, Journal Publications

Congratulations to Megha Sundara of the Language Acquisition Lab and co-authors for publication of two papers!

Published: February 5, 2021

We congratulate the Language Acquisition Lab and Megha Sundara for her work on two articles that have been accepted for publication in the journals Developmental Science and Cognition. The two articles are as follows: “6-month-olds are sensitive to English morphology” by Yun Kim (Emory University) and Megha Sundara to appear in Developmental Science. “Stem similarity modulates infants’ acquisition of phonological…

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Category: Alumni, Journal Publications, Publications

Nikos Angelopoulos publishes in Glossa

Published: October 1, 2020

Congratulations to Nikos Angelopoulos (PhD 2019) and coauthors Chris Collins and Arhonto Terzi!  Their paper “Greek and English passives, and the role of by-phrases”  appeared in the September issue of Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics, 5(1), 90. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.1185.

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Category: General, Graduate Students, Journal Publications, Publications

Connor Mayer publishes article in the Journal of Neurophysiology

Published: August 2, 2020

Congratulations to 5th year PhD candidate Connor Mayer and his coauthors Bryan Gick and Sid Fels (University of British Columbia), Chenhao Chiu (National Taiwan University), Erik Widing, Francois Roewer-Despres and Ian Stavness (University of Saskatchewan) for having their paper “Quantal biomechanical effects in speech postures of the lips” accepted to the Journal of Neurophysiology! You…

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