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LINGUIST List 16.1443

Fri May 06 2005

Qs: Long Distance Binding; Lang Differentiation Myths

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        1.    Soojin Lee, Processing Long Distance Binding in Prominency Hierarchy
        2.    Johanna Rubba, Language Differentiation Myths

Message 1: Processing Long Distance Binding in Prominency Hierarchy
Date: 06-May-2005
From: Soojin Lee <soojinsiu.edu>
Subject: Processing Long Distance Binding in Prominency Hierarchy

I would like to know if there is any research done on the processing of long
distance binding in the relation of prominency hierarchy. So far RT processing
study has been used on the grammaticality of a target subject. Can RT processing
be used other types of research? For example, I' think about investigating the
relationship between reading time and the prominency hierarchy. could it be
okay. If you know any research relating to this, Please let me know.

Soojin Lee
E-mail : soojin siu.edu

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
Message 2: Language Differentiation Myths
Date: 05-May-2005
From: Johanna Rubba <jrubbacalpoly.edu>
Subject: Language Differentiation Myths


I would like to make a collection of myths surrounding the differentiation
of human languages (equivalents of the Babel myth). I would appreciate any


Johanna Rubba, Associate Professor, Linguistics
English Department, Cal Poly State University
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
Dept. fax: 805-756-6374 ~ E-mail: jrubbacalpoly.edu
URL: http://www.cla.calpoly.edu/~jrubba

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

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