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Fri Oct 08 2010

TOC: Lingua 120/12 (2010)

Editor for this issue: Susanne Vejdemo <susannelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Christopher Tancock, Lingua Vol 120, No 12 (2010)

Message 1: Lingua Vol 120, No 12 (2010)
Date: 07-Oct-2010
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Lingua Vol 120, No 12 (2010)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Lingua
Volume Number: 120
Issue Number: 12
Issue Date: 2010


Subtitle: The Myth of Language Universals


Main Text:

Editorial

1 Editorial introduction to the special issue of Lingua on Evans & Levinson's
“The myth of language universals”
Pages 2651-2656
The Editor's of Lingua


Articles

2 Nihilism masquerading as progress (Review Article)
Pages 2657-2660
Klaus Abels, Ad Neeleman


3 Universal grammar as more than a programmatic label (Review Article)
Pages 2661-2663
John Bolender


4 Diversity across sign languages and spoken languages: Implications for
language universals (Original Research Article)
Pages 2664-2667
Kearsy Cormier, Adam Schembri, Bencie Woll


5 Universal Grammar versus language diversity (Review Article)
Pages 2668-2672
Stephen Crain, Drew Khlentzos, Rosalind Thornton


6 Roll up for the Mystery Tour! (Review Article)
Pages 2673-2675
Nigel Duffield


7 Reaction to: “The myth of Language Universals and cognitive science”: On the
choice between phrase structure and dependency structure (Review Article)
Pages 2676-2679
Richard Hudson


8 Language variation and linguistic invariants (Review Article)
Pages 2680-2685
Edward L. Keenan, Edward P. Stabler


9 Nouns and verbs in the brain: Implications of linguistic typology for
cognitive neuroscience (Original Research Article)
Pages 2686-2690
David Kemmerer, Alyson Eggleston


10 On the universality of recursion
Pages 2691-2694
Timothy Koschmann


11 Commentary on Evans and Levinson, the myth of language universals: Language
diversity, cognitive universality
Pages 2695-2698
Yoonhyoung Lee, Eunsuk Lee, Peter C. Gordon, Randall Hendrick


12 Universals, diversity and change in the science of language: Reaction to “The
Myth of Language Universals and Cognitive Science” (Review Article)
Pages 2699-2703
Giuseppe Longobardi, Ian Roberts


13 Sign languages: Contribution to neurolinguistics from cross-modal research
(Original Research Article)
Pages 2704-2706
Evie Malaia, Ronnie Wilbur


14 Fundamental universals of language (Original Research Article)
Pages 2707-2712
William O’Grady


15 Reaction to: The Myth of Language Universals and cognitive science - Evans and
Levinson's cabinet of curiosities: Should we pay the fee? (Review Article)
Pages 2713-2716
Eric Reuland, Martin Everaert


16 Computational constraints on compositional interpretation: Refocusing the
debate on language universals (Original Research Article)
Pages 2717-2722
Susan Rothstein, Alessandro Treves


17 How not to find linguistic universals (Review Article)
Pages 2723-2726
Ken Safir


18 The uniformity and diversity of language: Evidence from sign language
(Original Research Article)
Pages 2727-2732
Wendy Sandler


19 Time for a sea-change in linguistics: Response to comments on ‘The Myth of
Language Universals’ (Original Research Article)
Pages 2733-2758
Stephen C. Levinson, Nicholas Evans


For more on this Lingua special issue, see:
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5815-2010-998799987-2473756

Or visit the journal homepage at:
http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lingua


Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics
                            Semantics
                            Syntax
                            Cognitive Science
                            General Linguistics

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