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Date: Mon, 30 Sep 1996 21:54:52 BST
From: ellenling.ed.ac.uk <ellenling.ed.ac.uk>
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LANGUAGE and SPEECH

Volume 39, Part 1:

Focus Conditions and the Prominence of Pitch-Accented Syllables.
H. H. Rump and R. Collier.

How "Just" Gets Its Meaning: Polysemy and Context in Psychological
Semantics.
Jeffrey M. Kishner and Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr.

A Prosodic Analysis of Three Types of Wh-Phrases in Korean.		
Sun-Ah Jun and Mira Oh.

An Articulatory-Perceptual Account of Vocalization and Elision of Dark
/l/ in the Romance Languages. 
Daniel Recasens.

BOOK REVIEWS
Fundamentals of Speech Synthesis and Speech Recognition.
Edited by Eric Keller.		
Reviewed by David Talkin.

Gender and Conversational Interaction.
Edited by Deborah Tannen.
Reviewed by Lynna L. Dunn.

Handbook of Psycholinguistics.	
Edited by Morton Ann Gernsbacher.	
Reviewed by M. Louise Kelly.


Volume 39, Parts 2-3, Special Double Issue on Discourse and Syntax.

A Crosslinguistic Study of Postposing in Discourse.	
Betty J. Birner and Gregory Ward.

A Feature-Based Account of the Relations Signalled by Sentence and
Clause Connectives.
Alistair Knott and Chris Mellish.

The Function and Interpretation of Reverse Wh-Clefts in Spoken
Discourse.
Jon Oberlander and Judy Delin.

Using Centering to Relax Gricean Informational Constraints on Discourse
Anaphoric Noun Phrases.
Rebecca J. Passonneau.

Inferring Acceptance and Rejection in Dialogue by Default Rules of
Inference.
Marilyn A. Walker.


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