LINGUIST List 11.192

Sun Jan 30 2000

Qs: Psycholinguistic Studies, Summer Programs

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  1. Markus Walther, Psycholinguistic studies on processing reduplication?
  2. AJDeFaz, Summer Programs in Universal Grammar and/or minimalism plus second language acquisiton

Message 1: Psycholinguistic studies on processing reduplication?

Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 19:53:32 +0100
From: Markus Walther <Markus.Walthermailer.uni-marburg.de>
Subject: Psycholinguistic studies on processing reduplication?


In the context of a newly developed computational model of
reduplication, I wondered whether there are psycholinguistic studies
on any aspect of processing reduplicative constructions. 

In particular (but not limited to), I would be interested in studies
of the time course in parsing word forms, or investigations into processual complexity
differences between reduplicative and other morphology, or the
difficulty of mirror image reduplication. Suggestions for
experimental methodology would also be welcome. 

Please send answers via personal email. I'll summarize for the list
later on.

Many thanks in advance,

- Markus Walther
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Message 2: Summer Programs in Universal Grammar and/or minimalism plus second language acquisiton

Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2000 18:15:53 EST
From: AJDeFaz <AJDeFazaol.com>
Subject: Summer Programs in Universal Grammar and/or minimalism plus second language acquisiton

Does any one know of any programs in linguistics this summer which will have 
courses in Universal Grammar and/or minimalism plus second language 
acquisiton. Thanks. Tony DeFazio (ajdefazaol.com)

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