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Name: Teresa  Satterfield
Institution: University of Michigan
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: www.umich.edu/~tsatter
State and/or Country: MI
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Syntax
Cognitive Science
Language Acquisition
Specialty: Bilingual First language acquisition, Comparative Romance Syntax
Language Family(ies): Romance
Selected Publications: Satterfield, T. (in press). “It takes a(n) (agent-based) village.” Peer commentary to Steels and Belpaeme’s target article, “Coordinating Perceptually Grounded Categories through Language.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

Satterfield, T. 2005. “The Bilingual Bioprogram: Evidence for child bilingualism in
the formation of creoles.” Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on
Bilingualism. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, pp 1070-1090.

Satterfield, T. & E.R. Barrett. 2004. “Generation Gap: Explaining New and Emerging Word-order Phenomena in Mayan-Spanish Bilinguals.” Proceedings of the First International Symposium about Bilingualism in Latin America. Buenos Aires: ESSARP, 285-300.

Satterfield, T. 2003. Economy of Interpretation: Patterns of Pronoun Selection in
Transitional Bilinguals. In V.Cook, ed.: Effects of the L2 on L1. Clevedon:
Multilingual Matters.

Satterfield, T.2002. “Response to Saleemi’s Syntax Learnability Model.” Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics, 263-268.

Satterfield, T. 2001. “Toward a socio-genetic solution: examining language formation
processes through SWARM modeling.” Social Science Computing Review,
Special Issue. 19(3):281-295.

Satterfield, T. Sept. 2000. “Review of: A minimalist approach to intrasentential code-switching.” International Journal of Bilingualism.

Satterfield, T. 1999. 'The Shell Game: Why Children Never Lose,' Syntax, April 2:1.

Satterfield, T. 1999. Bilingual Selection of Syntactic Knowledge:Extending the Principles and Parameters Approach. Dordrecht: Kluwer.



Announced on LINGUIST :  Current Issues in Romance Languages
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Current Issues in Romance Languages
Courses Taught: Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics

Generative Syntax (Spanish)

Bilingualism: Development and Cognition

Spanish in the United States

Romance-based Pidgin and Creole Languages
Dissertation Director * of: Doing Being Boricua: perceptions of national identity and the sociolinguistic distribution of liquid variables in Puerto Rican Spanish
(Wilfredo Valentin-Marquez, Author)
Reviewer of: Applied Linguistics: Roca & Jensen, eds. (1996) (LL Issue 8.1265)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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