Faculty Publications in the Department of Linguistics

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Items from 2020

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French Canadian Heritage in New England, Emmanuel Kayembe PhD

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Resources for Teachers of French in Maine, Emmanuel Kayembe PhD

Submissions from 2018

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Long-distance extraction attraction: A production-based account of an unexpected cross-linguistic structure, Dana McDaniel PhD

Submissions from 2015

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The role of the language production system in shaping grammars., Dana McDaniel PhD, Cecile McKee, Wayne Cowart PhD, and Merrill F. Garrett

Submissions from 2013

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Articulation rate: Effects of age, fluency, and syntactic structure, Cecile McKee, Dana McDaniel PhD, Merrill F. Garrett, Cheri Lozoraitis, and Matthew S. Mutterperl

Submissions from 2012

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Allocation of attention to second language form and meaning: Revisiting the use of think aloud protocols, Kara Morgan-Short, Jeanne Heil PhD, Andrea Botero-Moriarty, and Shane Ebert

Submissions from 2011

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

Submissions from 2010

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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

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

Submissions from 2008

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Methodological considerations in code-switching research, Kay González-Vilbazo, Laura Bartlett, Sarah Downey, Shane Ebert, Jeanne Heil PhD, Bradley Hoot, Bryan Koronkiewicz, and Sergio Ramos

Submissions from 2006

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

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Moving Faces: Categorization of Dynamic Facial Expressions in American Sign Language by Deaf and Hearing Participants., Ruth B. Grossman and Judy A. Shepard-Kegl PhD

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

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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 PhD

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

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

Submissions from 2005

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Ricerca azione: l’insegnamento della pronuncia dell’italiano LS, Anna Rein M.A.

Submissions from 2004

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

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ASL Syntax: Research in progress and proposed research, Judy A. Shepard-Kegl PhD

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Relational Grammar and American Sign Language, Judy A. Shepard-Kegl PhD

Submissions from 2003

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

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Pronominalization in American Sign Language, Judy A. Shepard-Kegl PhD

Submissions from 2002

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What's Thats?, Dana McDaniel PhD, 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

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

Submissions from 2000

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

Submissions from 1999

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

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

Submissions from 1998

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

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

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

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Realizations of syntactic agreement in American sign language: Similarities between the clause and the noun phrase, Carol Neidle, Benjamin Bahan, Dawn MacLaughlin, Robert G. Lee, and Judy A. Shepard-Kegl PhD

Submissions from 1996

Children’s oblique relatives, Dana McDaniel PhD and Cecile McKee

Submissions from 1995

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

Submissions from 1994

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

Submissions from 1993

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

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

Submissions from 1992

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Principle B and Contrastive Stress, Dana McDaniel PhD and Thomas Maxfield

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

Submissions from 1991

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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

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

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

Submissions from 1989

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Partial and Multiple Wh-Movement, Dana McDaniel PhD

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

Submissions from 1983

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Narrative⁄Story Structure, Pausing, and American Sign Language, James Paul Gee and Judy A. Shepard-Kegl PhD