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1987, Cambridge studies in linguistics, ISBN 0521323134, Volume 47, x, 312
John Anderson and Colin Ewen, two of the most notable exponents of 'dependency phonology', present in this book a detailed account of this integrated model for... 
Dependency grammar | Phonology | Grammar, Comparative and general
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1987, Publications in language sciences., ISBN 9789067652971, Volume 26, 220
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1986, Croom Helm linguistics series., ISBN 0709908946, 333
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LABORATORY PHONOLOGY, ISSN 1868-6346, 07/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, p. 14
This paper reports on a series of artificial grammar learning experiments focused on locality relations in patterns of long-distance consonant agreement... 
LANGUAGE | harmony | complexity | locality relations | learning bias | BIAS | artificial grammar learning | ALTERNATIONS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | NATURALNESS | learnability | DEPENDENCIES | LINGUISTICS | dissimilation | SUBSTANCE
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Language Sciences, ISSN 0388-0001, 09/2013, Volume 39, pp. 54 - 74
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English Linguistics, ISSN 0918-3701, 2011, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp. 278 - 300
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09/2011, ISBN 9780199608331
As has been variously discussed in the past, phonology and syntax manifest analogical structural properties. This volume is concerned with establishing... 
grammar and syntax | Derivationality | Universal grammar | Groundedness | Recursiveness | Harmony | Structural analogy | Contrastivity | Dependency | Grammaticalization | Categorization
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1996, Travaux du Cercle linguistique de Copenhague, ISBN 9788774219989, Volume 29, 133
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Lingua, ISSN 0024-3841, 09/2018, Volume 212, pp. 1 - 9
This paper focuses on the representation of place of articulation features in consonants and vowels, on the basis of interaction between consonant and vowel... 
Sichuan (Chengdu) Chinese | Consonant–vowel interaction | Dependency Phonology | Place of articulation | Phonological features | LINGUISTICS | Consonant-vowel interaction | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | vowels | place of articulation | Chengdu | consonants | Mandarin language | dependency phonology | phonology
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Linguistic Inquiry, ISSN 1530-9150, 07/2015, Volume 46, Issue 3, pp. 425 - 451
The present study provides empirical evidence for Heinz’s (2010) Subregular Hypothesis, which predicts that some gaps found in the typology of phonotactic... 
Phonology | Grammar, Comparative and general | Vowel harmony | Language acquisition | Formal theory | Learnability | Computational phonology | Phonotactics | Dependencies | Typology | formal theory | typology | LINGUISTICS | phonotactics | computational phonology | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | learnability | PHONOTACTIC CONSTRAINTS | dependencies | language | feature harmony | distinctive features | phonology
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Phonology, ISSN 0952-6757, 5/2008, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 83 - 127
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Linguistic Inquiry, ISSN 0024-3892, 7/2008, Volume 39, Issue 3, pp. 379 - 440
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Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, ISSN 1943-3921, 4/2018, Volume 80, Issue 3, pp. 784 - 797
The nondeterministic relationship between speech acoustics and abstract phonemic representations imposes a challenge for listeners to maintain perceptual... 
Cognitive Psychology | Categorization | Psychology | Speech perception | SPOKEN WORD RECOGNITION | VOWEL | INFORMATION | REPRESENTATION | TIME-COURSE | MODEL | IDENTIFICATION | DEPENDENCIES | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | PSYCHOLOGY | SPEAKING RATE | STIMULUS VARIABILITY | Humans | Phonetics | Adult | Female | Male | Speech Acoustics | Speech Perception | Phonology | Speech | Acoustics | Listening comprehension | Speaking
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Frontiers in human neuroscience, ISSN 1662-5161, 2019, Volume 13, p. 205
Individuals with aphasia frequently show lexical retrieval deficits due to increased interference of semantically related competitors, a phenomenon that can be... 
Aphasia | Bilingualism | Comprehension | Semantics | Analysis | Executive function | Medical imaging | Interference | Studies | Hypotheses | Language | Cognition & reasoning | Information processing | Phonology | Brain injury | language dependency | executive control | bilingual aphasia | cycling naming | semantic control | language control
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 10/2018, Volume 13, Issue 10, p. e0204481
The ability to track non-adjacent dependencies (the relationship between a(i) and b(i )in an a(i)Xb(i )string) has been hypothesized to support detection of... 
DISTRIBUTIONAL CUES | 6-MONTH-OLD INFANTS | WORD SEGMENTATION | LEXICAL WORDS | FORM | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | 12-MONTH-OLD INFANTS | SENSITIVITY | NONADJACENT DEPENDENCIES | PREVERBAL INFANTS | PREFERENCE | Humanities | Tracking | Infants | Languages | Language acquisition | Strings | Kissing | Adult learning | Child development | Cognition & reasoning | Morphology | Linguistics | Phonology | Adults | Natural language
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