LINGUIST List 3.19

Tue 07 Jan 1992

Qs: Infants, Pro-Drop, On-Line Spanish

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  1. RAY CATTELL, INFANT FEEDING AND SPEECH
  2. , pronouns and pro-drop languages
  3. , on-line Spanish resources

Message 1: INFANT FEEDING AND SPEECH

Date: Mon, 6 Jan 1992 21:36 +110INFANT FEEDING AND SPEECH
From: RAY CATTELL <LNNRCbrolga.newcastle.edu.au>
Subject: INFANT FEEDING AND SPEECH

One of my Ph.D. students, Alison Lomax, is planning to
research the question of whether there is a link between difficulties
experienced by infants in feeding and subsequent difficulties
in acquiring speech. We would be very grateful if anyone could
provide references to other studies that have been made in that
area, and also to any standardized tests that exist for assessing
either feeding difficulties or early speech difficulties. As
Alison does not have an E-mail address, would you please address
any responses to me.
lnnrcCC.NEWCASTLE.edu.au
Ray Cattell
University of Newcastle NSW 2308
Australia
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Message 2: pronouns and pro-drop languages

Date: Mon, 6 Jan 92 08:54:56 ESTpronouns and pro-drop languages
From: <nuytsccu.uia.ac.be>
Subject: pronouns and pro-drop languages

A colleague of mine is interested in finding references to literature
on the conditions of occurrence of subject pronouns in pro-drop
languages (such as Italian). She is particularly interested in
pragmatic or functional approaches. Would anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks on her behalf.

Jan Nuyts
nuytsccu.uia.ac.be
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Message 3: on-line Spanish resources

Date: Mon, 6 Jan 92 02:55:59 MSTon-line Spanish resources
From: <shelmreiNMSU.Edu>
Subject: on-line Spanish resources


The Computing Research Laboratory at New Mexico State University, as
part of a research project in Natural Language Processing, is looking
for information about the existence and possibility of acquisition of
the following on-line resources:

* Spanish monolingual texts (preferably in the area of finance)

* Spanish-English bilingual text corpora

* Spanish monolingual dictionaries

* Spanish-English bilingual dictionaries

* Spanish spell checkers

* Spanish morphological analyzers

* Spanish and/or Spanish-English term banks

These resources would be used for research purposes only. We would
like to obtain them free of charge, but if the price is right, we
might be able to pay.

Please send your responses directly to:

	shelmreinmsu.edu

We will summarize the responses to the list on 1/20/92, so please
respond by that date.

Thanks in advance.

		Stephen Helmreich
		Computing Research Laboratory
		PO Box 30001/3CRL
		New Mexico State University
		Las Cruces, NM 88003 USA
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