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Title: Special Issue on Syntax and Psycholinguistics
Subtitle: Holes in Sentences: Shared Structure, Missing Arguments and Feature Deficiencies
Edited By: Chiara Frigeni
URL: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~twpl/volume22.html
Series Title: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics
Description:

PSYCHOLINGUISTICS "Processing of Deep and Surface Anaphors
A replication and extension of Tanenhaus, Carlson & Seidenberg (1985)"
Suzanne Belanger, University of Toronto
"From a serializing L1 to a non-serializing L2:
A preliminary discussion of transfer and Tense-driven restructuring in language contact situations"
Rena Helms-Park, University of Toronto at Scarborough

SYNTAX "Shared Arguments in Control"
Gabriela Alboiu, York University
"Partial control and the movement towards Movement"
Michael Barrie and Christine M. Pittman, University of Toronto
"Syntactic transitivity of SE-reflexives in Polish"
Magdalena Goledzinowska, University of Toronto
"External arguments and gerunds"
Keir Moulton, University of Toronto (now UMass)

-Description/abstract: see http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~twpl/volume22.html
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Publication Year: 2004
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
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Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Syntax
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ISBN: 17058619
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