LINGUIST List 13.673

Tue Mar 12 2002

TOC: Italian Journal of Linguistics

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  1. Susanna Campigli, Re: The Changing Face of The LINGUIST List

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Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 07:52:54 +0100
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VOLUME 12, Number 2 (2000)

Pierangiolo Berrettoni, On the geometrical background of Dionisius Thrax'
definition of comparatives, 195-223

Chiara Finocchiaro, Verb semantics in aphasia: Truly categorial effects or
artifacts?, 225-249

Theo Vennemann, From quantity to syllable cuts: On so-called lengthening in
the Germanic languages, 251-282

Giovanna Marotta, The features of the Roman alphabet: A tentative
study, 283-306

Vito Pirrelli & Marco Battista, The paradigmatic dimension of stem allomorphy
in Italian verb inflection, 307-380


VOLUME 13, Number 1 (2001)

Carlo Conni, La cancellazione del complementatore <che/that>, 3-44

Thematic Section: "The Role of Perception in Linguistic Communication"
guest-edited by Federico Albano Leoni

Federico Albano Leoni, Il ruolo dell'udito nella comunicazione linguistica. Il
caso della prosodia, 45-68

Valentina Caniparoli, The role of rhythmic and distributional cues in speech
recognition, 69-84

Olga M. Manfrellotti, The role of literacy in the recognition of phonological
units, 85-98

Sarah Hawkins & Rachel Smith, Polysp: A polysystemic phonetically-rich approach
to speech understanding, 99-189

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