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Tue Jul 07 2009

TOC: Lingua 119/10 (2009)

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        1.    Christopher Tancock, Lingua Vol 119, No 10 (2009)

Message 1: Lingua Vol 119, No 10 (2009)
Date: 06-Jul-2009
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Lingua Vol 119, No 10 (2009)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Lingua
Volume Number: 119
Issue Number: 10
Issue Date: 2009


Subtitle: Experimental Evidence for Minimal Structure


Main Text:

Editorial

1. Experimental evidence for minimal structure
Pages 1373-1379
Petra Burkhardt, Ulrike Domahs

Articles

2. Minimizing and optimizing structure in phonology: Evidence from aphasia
Pages 1380-1395
Adam Buchwald

3. Experimental evidence for optimal and minimal metrical structure of German
word prosody
Pages 1396-1413
Johannes Knaus, Ulrike Domahs

4. Minimal representations of alternating vowels
Pages 1414-1425
Mathias Scharinger

5. Generalized Minimality: Feature impoverishment and comprehension deficits in
agrammatism
Pages 1426-1443
Nino Grillo

6. Minimal structures in aphasia: A study on agreement and movement in a
non-fluent aphasic speaker
Pages 1444-1457
Maria Garraffa

7. Minimality in verb-cluster formation
Pages 1458-1481
Markus Bader, Tanja Schmid

8. Exploring the minimal structure in prepositional phrase attachment
ambiguities: Evidence from Greek
Pages 1482-1500
Kalliopi Katsika

9. Small is beautiful: The processing of the left periphery in German
Pages 1501-1522
Dietmar Roehm, Hubert Haider

10. Reading between the (head)lines: A processing account of article omissions
in newspaper headlines and child speech
Pages 1523-1540
Joke De Lange, Nada Vasic, Sergey Avrutin

11. Minimality as vacuous distinctness: Evidence from cross-linguistic sentence
comprehension
Pages 1541-1559
Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Matthias Schlesewsky

12. The assembly and disassembly of determiner phrases: Minimality is needed,
but not sufficient
Pages 1560-1580
Jana Häussler, Markus Bader

For more on Lingua and this special issue, visit: or check out the journal's
website at: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lingua


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
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