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Journal Title: Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism
Volume/Issue:   3 / 3
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iv, 131 pp.

Table of Contents

Epistemological paper

The illusion of language acquisition
William O’Grady
253 – 285

Commentaries

Just who didn’t eat what, exactly?: Negation and universal quantification in the real world
Ben Ambridge
287 – 288

Grammar in parsing and acquisition
Vasiliki Chondrogianni and Marco Tamburelli
289 – 295

The delusion of processing
João Costa
296 – 300

What’s parsing got to do with it?
Stephen Crain
301 – 307

Beyond the first step: A commentary on O’Grady (2013)
Cécile de Cat
308 – 311

Individual differences and the nature of the processor
Theres Grüter
312 – 315

Can pattern recognition explain grammatical learning?
Julia Herschensohn
316 – 320

Commentary on O’Grady
Brian MacWhinney
321 – 323

The emergence of quantifier scope
Stephen Matthews and Virginia Yip
324 – 329

Grammatical constraints and reductionism in sentence processing
Akira Omaki
330 – 334

Is it all processing all the way down?
Robyn Orfitelli and Maria Polinsky
335 – 340

Whose ease of processing?
Julie Sedivy
341 – 344

On the relationship between syntactic competence and language processing
William Snyder
345 – 349

Individual differences and streams of processing
Darren Tanner
350 – 356

Testing the Amelioration Hypothesis: Does the illusion hold for other scope phenomena?
Sharon Unsworth
357 – 361

Input matters: The processor as a statistician
Stefanie Wulff
362 – 366

Doing away with syntax
James Hye Suk Yoon
367 – 371

Response to the Commentaries

Facts and issues: Response to the commentaries
William O’Grady
373 – 383
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Psycholinguistics
Semantics
Syntax
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 24.4050