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  • Research on Child Language Acquisition: IASCL 8 Preface
    papers were reviewed by at least two specialists in the appropriate areas Based on the recommendations of the reviewers 99 papers were selected for eventual publication Authors were responsible for addressing the various requests for revisions that were provided by the reviewers The papers were classified into the eight major themes addressed at the conference Bilingualism Discourse and Pragmatics Phonology and Phonetics Lexicon Syntax Morphology Language Disorders and Signed Languages The fact that some areas are much more heavily represented than others reflects the current set of interests of the members of the IASCL Our goal as editors was to publish a set of high quality contributions that could properly reflect the intellectual success of the 8th IASCL Conference We believe that these volumes have achieved this goal The original conference papers were accepted in either French or English the two official languages of the IASCL In addition papers could be presented in either Spanish or Basque the two official languages of the Basque Community The majority of the papers published here are in English although French and Spanish are also represented The choice of language for publication was left to each author The Editorial Committee wishes to publicly thank all the people and organizations that have made this publication possible First we thank all the participants in the 8th IASCL Conference Second we thank the Organizing Committee and the Scientific Committee for helping to group submissions by category and for providing guidelines that assured a high level of scientific quality Third we thank the Review Committee for these volumes for working so efficiently and patiently to read and evaluate the submissions Fourth we would like to recognize the economic and institutional support that we received from the University of the Basque Country the Basque Government the Spanish Ministry of

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  • Research on Child Language Acquisition: IASCL 8 Book Cover
    Study of Child Language edited by Margareta Almgren Andoni Barreña María José Ezeizabarrena Itziar Idiazabal and Brian MacWhinney Return to Research on Child Language Acquisition IASCL 8 Proceedings Home FAQ Shopping cart Order form 2009 Cascadilla Press P O Box

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  • Research on Child Language Acquisition: IASCL 8 CD Cover
    José Ezeizabarrena Itziar Idiazabal and Brian MacWhinney Cover art is View from the Beehive by Michael F Morin see more of his work Copyright 2000 Michael F Morin Return to Research on Child Language Acquisition IASCL 8 Proceedings Home FAQ

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  • SLRF 2000 Proceedings
    introduction is available on a separate web page Contents Introduction vi xv I Formal Investigations of SLA L2 Acquisition of English Liquids Evidence for Production Independent from Perception Laura Catharine Smith 3 22 Is L2 Learning the Same as L1 Learning Learning L2 Phonology in Optimality Theory Kimberly A B Swanson 23 41 Japanese Learners Acquisition of English Motion Verbs with Locational Directional PPs Shunji Inagaki 42 54 The Initial State of L3A Full Transfer and Failed Features Yan kit Ingrid Leung 55 75 L1 Russian Children Learning English Tense and Overgeneration of Be Tania Ionin and Ken Wexler 76 94 II Cognitive Accounts of SLA Against Isolationism Cognitive Perspectives on Second Language Research Ellen Bialystok 97 103 L1 Attrition of Verbal Morphology in Bilingual Children and Adults Agnes Bolonyai and Lida Dutkova Cope 104 123 Translation Equivalent Priming and Second Language Proficiency Mira Goral Loraine K Obler Elaine C Klein and Martin R Gitterman 124 143 The Role of Working Memory in Language Aptitude Yuki Yoshimura 144 163 III SLA in the Classroom Non Participation Imagined Communities and the Language Classroom Bonny Norton 167 180 Learner Investment in Second Language Writing Paul D Russell and Jean Yoo 181 196

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  • SLRF 1999 Proceedings
    the introduction by the volume editors is available on a separate web page Contents Introduction vii xvi The Impact of Social Factors on SLA Three Kinds of Sociolinguistics and SLA A Psycholinguistic Perspective Dennis R Preston 3 30 Getting Serious about Language Play Language Play Interlanguage Variation and Second Language Acquisition Elaine Tarone 31 54 Discourse Structure Oppositional Talk and the Acquisition of Modality in L2 English Tom Salsbury and Kathleen Bardovi Harlig 57 76 The Acquisition of Negative Responses to Experience Questions in Indonesian as a Second Language by Sojourners in Naturalistic Interactions Margaret A DuFon 77 97 Acquiring Russian Tense Aspect Opaque Input for L2 Learners Adam P Leary 98 122 Cognitive Factors Universal Grammar and Transfer Models of L2 Phonological Acquisition John Archibald 125 157 Long Term Immersion and Access to UG Naomi Bolotin 158 166 Why Morphology is Syntax Determiner Features and Complex DPs in Interlanguage Production Christiane Bongartz 167 184 The Parameter of Aspect Evidence from the Second Language Acquisition of Spanish Kimberly L Geeslin 185 203 The Status of IP and CP in Child L2 Acquisition Yumi Kakazu and Usha Lakshmanan 204 221 Non Direct Object Agreement in the Second Language Spanish of Southern Quechua Speakers Susan E Kalt 222 242 Trying to See the Unaccusative Forest in Second Language Acquisition Hiroyuki Oshita 243 263 Picture Truth Value Judgement Task and L2 Knowledge of Reflexives Larissa Zakletskaia 264 283 Cognitive Factors Input Output and Negotiation Thirty Years of Input or Intake the Neglected Sibling Bill VanPatten 287 311 The Neurocognitive Foundation of Second Language Speech A Proposed Scenario of Bimodal Development Debra M Hardison 312 325 Explicit and Incidental Instruction and Learner Awareness Eric Hauser 326 344 Input Output and Negotiation Conditions for Second Language Development Rita Elaine Silver 345 371 Cognitive Factors Learning

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  • UBC Proceedings: Cover
    Conference on Phonological Acquisition edited by Barbara Bernhardt John Gilbert and David Ingram Return to UBC Proceedings Home FAQ Shopping cart Order form 2009 Cascadilla Press P O Box 440355 Somerville MA 02144 USA 1 617 776 2370 fax 1

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  • WCCFL 23 Proceedings
    Francesca Del Gobbo 182 194 15 On the Argument Structure of FI and FP Causatives Raffaella Folli and Heidi Harley 195 208 16 Raising Exceptions Jon Gajewski 209 222 17 Long Distance Anaphors and Temporal Relations Alessandra Giorgi 223 236 18 On the Syntax and Processing of Wh Questions in Spanish Grant Goodall 237 250 19 The Acquisition of Disjunction and Positive Polarity in Japanese Takuya Goro and Sachie Akiba 251 264 20 Minimal Reduplication as a Paradigm Uniformity Effect Maria Gouskova 265 278 21 Superiority Syntactic and Interpretive Lydia Grebenyova 279 292 22 Prepositions Scales and Telicity A Case Study Elaine Grolla 293 303 23 Constituency and Agency in VP Peter Hallman 304 317 24 Tone and Voicing Agreement in Yabem Gunnar Ólafur Hansson 318 331 25 N Plural vs D Plural Tomio Hirose 332 345 26 What Gets Mapped to the Tripartite Structure of Quantification in Japanese Hajime Hoji and Yasuo Ishii 346 359 27 Wh Movement EPP or Uninterpretable Q Feature Hidehito Hoshi 360 373 28 Quasi phonemic Contrasts in Spanish José Ignacio Hualde 374 398 29 A Singular Plural Tania Ionin and Ora Matushansky 399 412 30 Asymmetries in Multiple Case Assignment Youngmi Jeong 413 421 31 Gestures as Expletives Multichannel Syntax Mélanie Jouitteau 422 435 32 Not So Overt Movement Takaomi Kato 436 449 33 English C T as Affixes Kwang sup Kim 450 463 34 Exemplar Based Phonology It s about Time Robert Kirchner 464 474 35 Are Subject Islands Subject to a Processing Account Robert Kluender 475 499 36 Constraining Scrambling Cyclic Linearization and Subject Movement Heejeong Ko 500 513 37 Syntactic and Semantic Mismatches in the Korean ko Construction Nayoung Kwon 514 527 38 Spanish Reflexive Pronouns A Null Preposition Hypothesis Jonathan E MacDonald 528 540 39 Arbitrariness A Definite Account Sophia

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  • WCCFL 22 Proceedings
    E Beckman 70 94 7 Information Focus Movement in Italian and Contextual Constraints on Ellipsis Lisa Brunetti 95 108 8 Introducing Arguments above the Agent The Case of Zulu Locative Applicatives Leston Buell 109 122 9 QR in the Theory of Phases Carlo Cecchetto 123 136 10 The Origins in Overlap of Place Assimilation Larissa Hoerning Chen 137 150 11 Morphological Effects on Default Stress in Novel Russian Words Katherine Crosswhite John Alderete Tim Beasley and Vita Markman 151 164 12 Epenthesis versus Gestural Mistiming in Consonant Cluster Production An Ultrasound Study Lisa Davidson and Maureen Stone 165 178 13 Island In sensitivity in Japanese Sluicing and Stripping and Some Implications Teruhiko Fukaya 179 192 14 Scrambling in Persian Is Not Focus Driven Shadi Ganjavi 193 206 15 Quantifiers in Exceptive NPs Iván García Álvarez 207 216 16 The Puzzle of Onset Sensitive Stress A Perceptually Driven Approach Matthew Gordon 217 230 17 Effects of Shared Constituency on Superiority Effects Maximiliano Guimarães 231 244 18 Specificity As a Grammatical Notion Evidence from L2 English Article Use Tania Ionin Heejeong Ko and Ken Wexler 245 258 19 Prosodic Disambiguation of Syntactic Clause Boundaries in Korean Soyoung Kang and Shari R Speer 259 272 20 Paradigm Effects and the Affix Shape Position Generalization Daniel Kaufman 273 286 21 Temporal Reference Frames and the Imperfective Paradox Nina Kazanina and Colin Phillips 287 300 22 Nonrestrictive Relatives and Growth of Logical Form Ruth Kempson 301 314 23 Counter Feeding Opacity As a Chain Shift Effect Anna Lubowicz 315 327 24 Anaphora and Un finished Objects Eric McCready 328 341 25 Subject Object Asymmetries in the Processing of Relative Clauses in Japanese Edson T Miyamoto and Michiko Nakamura 342 355 26 Backward Object Control in Korean Philip J Monahan 356 369 27 Some AGREEment Matters

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