Faculty Publications in the Department of Linguistics

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Submissions from 2012

Doing experimental syntax: Bridging the gap between syntactic questions and well-designed questionnaires, Wayne Cowart

What kind of thing is a coordinate?, Wayne Cowart and Dana McDaniel .

Submissions from 2011

Domain-general cognitive abilities and simultaneous interpreting skill, Brooke Macnamara, Adam Moore, Judy Kegl, and Andrew Conway

Submissions from 2010

Children’s sentence planning: Syntactic correlates of fluency variations, Dana McDaniel

Child language production: Fluency variations as markers of syntactic planning., Dana McDaniel, Cecile McKee, and M. Garrett

Fluency Markers for Children’s Sentence Planning: Early and Late Stage Processing, Dana McDaniel, Cecile McKee, and Merrill Garrett

Submissions from 2009

Frequency effects in children’s syntactic and morphological development, Dana McDaniel and Cecile McKee

Submissions from 2008

The syntax of coordination and the evolution of syntax, Dana McDaniel and Wayne Cowart

Submissions from 2006

Development of a Metalinguistic Skill: Judging the Grammaticality of Sentences, Helen Cairns, Gloria Schlisselberg, Dava Waltzman, and Dana McDaniel

To Capture a Face: A Novel Technique for the Analysis and Quantification of Facial Expressions in American Sign Language, Ruth Grossman and Judy Shepard-Kegl

How do children become adult sentence producers?, Dana McDaniel, Cecile McKee, Matt Rispoli, and Merrill Garrett

Nicaraguan Sign Language and Theory of Mind: the issue of critical periods and abilities, Gary Morgan and Judy Shepard-Kegl

Submissions from 2005

The potential role of production in the evolution of syntax, Dana McDaniel

Submissions from 2004

Multiple influences on children's language performance, Dana McDaniel and Cecile McKee

Submissions from 2003

Two Pronominal Mysteries in the Acquisition of Binding and Control, Dana McDaniel

The Production System's Formulation of Relative Clause Structures: Evidence from Polish, Dana McDaniel and Dorota Lech

Submissions from 2002

What's Thats?, Dana McDaniel, Helen Stickney, Sadie Fowler, and Cecile McKee

Submissions from 2001

Review of: Investigations in Universal Grammar: A Guide to Experiments on the Acquisition of Syntax and Semantics, Dana McDaniel

Resumptive Pronouns in English Relative Clauses, Dana McDaniel and Cecile McKee

Submissions from 2000

The Licensing of Null Arguments in American Sign Language, Benjamin Bahan, Judy Shepard-Kegl, Robert Lee, Dawn MacLaughlin, and Carol Neidle

The Syntax of American Sign Language: Functional Categories and Hierarchical Structure, Carol Neidle, Judy Shepard-Kegl, Dawn MacLaughlin, G Lee Robert, and Benjamin Bahan

Submissions from 1999

Bare Singular Effects in Genitive Constructions, Dana McDaniel, Judy Bernstein, and Wayne Cowart

Experimental Evidence for a Minimalist Account of English Resumptive Pronouns, Dana McDaniel and Wayne Cowart

Submissions from 1998

Methods for assessing children's syntax, Dana McDaniel

Eliciting Judgments of Grammaticality and Reference, Dana McDaniel and Helen Cairns

Resumptive pronoun strategies in English-­‐speaking children, Dana McDaniel, Cecile McKee, and J. Bernstein

How Children's Relatives Solve a Problem for Minimalism, Dana McDaniel, Cecile McKee, and Judy Bernstein

Relatives Children Say, Dana McDaniel, Cecile Mckee, and Jesse Snedeker

Submissions from 1997

Experimental syntax : applying objective methods to sentence judgments, Wayne Cowart

Submissions from 1996

Children’s oblique relatives, Dana McDaniel and Cecile McKee

Submissions from 1995

Parameters for Wh-Movement Types: Evidence from Child English, Dana McDaniel, Bonnie Chiu, and Thomas Maxfield

Submissions from 1994

A Longitudinal Study of Principles of Control and Pronominal Reference in Child English, Dana McDaniel, Helen Cairns, Jennifer Hsu, and Michelle Rapp

Submissions from 1993

A Reply to "Children Are in Control" (Sherman & Lust, 1993), Dana McDaniel, Helen Cairns, and Jennifer Hsu

Children's Application of Binding during Sentence Processing, Dana McDaniel, Cecile McKee, and Janet Nicol

Submissions from 1992

Principle B and Contrastive Stress, Dana McDaniel and Thomas Maxfield

The Nature of the Anti-C-Command Requirement: Evidence from Young Children, Dana McDaniel and Thomas Maxfield

Which Children Did They Show Obey Strong Crossover?, Dana McDaniel and Cecile McKee

Submissions from 1991

What do Children Know Without Learning?, Dana McDaniel and T. Maxfield

Submissions from 1990

The Child as Informant: Eliciting Linguistic Intuitions from Young Children, Dana McDaniel and Helen Cairns

The Processing and Acquisition of Control Structures by Young Children, Dana McDaniel and Helen Cairns

Binding Principles in the Grammars of Young Children, Dana McDaniel, Helen Cairns, and Jennifer Hsu

Control Principles in the Grammars of Young Children, Dana McDaniel, Helen Cairns, and Jennifer Hsu

Submissions from 1989

Partial and Multiple Wh-Movement, Dana McDaniel

Preposition-Phrase Attachment in Noun Phrases, Dana McDaniel, Terence Langendoen, and Yedidyah Langsam