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    1. Francis, EJ
      Form and function in syntactic theory: A reaction to Newmeyer

      LANGUAGE SCIENCES
    2. Hoelzer, S; Schweiger, RK; Boettcher, HA; Tafazzoli, AG; Dudeck, J
      Value of XML in the implementation of clinical practice guidelines - the issue of content retrieval and presentation

      MEDICAL INFORMATICS AND THE INTERNET IN MEDICINE
    3. Jackson, SC; Roberts, JE
      Complex syntax production of African American preschoolers

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    4. Rescorla, L; Alley, A
      Validation of the language development survey (LDS): A parent report tool for identifying language delay in toddlers

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    5. Proctor-Williams, K; Fey, ME; Loeb, DF
      Parental recasts and production of copulas and articles by children with specific language impairment and typical language

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
    6. Long, SH; Channell, RW
      Accuracy of four language analysis procedures performed automatically

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
    7. Moro, A; Tettamanti, M; Perani, D; Donati, C; Cappa, SF; Fazio, F
      Syntax and the brain: Disentangling grammar by selective anomalies

      NEUROIMAGE
    8. Tang, SW
      The (non-)existence of gapping in Chinese and its implications for the theory of gapping

      JOURNAL OF EAST ASIAN LINGUISTICS
    9. Reznick, JS; Schwartz, BB
      When is an assessment an intervention? Parent perception of infant intentionality and language

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    10. Gregory, ML; Michaelis, LA
      Topicalization and left-dislocation: A functional opposition revisited

      JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS
    11. Uso-Domenech, JL; Villacampa-Esteve, Y
      Semantics of complex structural systems presentation and representation: Asynchronic vision of language L(M-T)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GENERAL SYSTEMS
    12. Goeman, H
      On parsing and condensing substrings of LR languages in linear time

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    13. Maurel, D; Le Pevedic, B
      The syntactic prediction with token automata: application to HandiAS system

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    14. Schurmann, C; Despeyroux, J; Pfenning, F
      Primitive recursion for higher-order abstract syntax

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    15. Honsell, F; Miculan, M; Scagnetto, I
      pi-calculus in (Co)inductive-type theory

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    16. Beretta, A; Campbell, C
      Psychological verbs and the double-dependency hypothesis

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    17. Long, SH
      About time: a comparison of computerized and manual procedures for grammatical and phonological analysis

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    18. Schuele, CM; Tolbert, L
      Omissions of obligatory relative markers in children with specific language impairment

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    19. Beretta, A
      Linear and structural accounts of theta-role assignment in agrammatic aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    20. Beretta, A
      From nothing comes nothing

      APHASIOLOGY
    21. Almor, A; MacDonald, MC; Kempler, D; Andersen, ES; Tyler, LK
      Comprehension of long distance number agreement in probable Alzheimer's disease

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    22. Sakai, KL; Hashimoto, R; Homae, F
      Sentence processing in the cerebral cortex

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    23. Polinsky, M; Potsdam, E
      Long-distance agreement and topic in Tsez

      NATURAL LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC THEORY
    24. Massam, D
      Pseudo Noun Incorporation in Niuean

      NATURAL LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC THEORY
    25. Eriksson, M
      Narratives validate Communicative Development Inventories

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    26. Logan, KJ
      The effect of syntactic complexity upon the speech fluency of adolescents and adults who stutter

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    27. Pinango, MM; Zurif, EB
      Semantic operations in aphasic comprehension: Implications for the cortical organization of language

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    28. Walker, JP; Fongemie, K; Daigle, T
      Prosodic facilitation in the resolution of syntactic ambiguities in subjects with left and right hemisphere damage

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    29. Fukuda, S; Fukuda, SE
      The acquisition of complex predicates in Japanese specifically language-impaired and normally developing children

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    30. Penke, M
      Controversies about CP: A comparison of language acquisition and language impairments in Broca's aphasia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    31. Schulz, P; Wymann, K; Penner, Z
      The early acquisition of verb meaning in German by normally developing andlanguage impaired children

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    32. Zuckerman, S; Bastiaanse, R; van Zonneveld, R
      Verb movement in acquisition and aphasia: Same problem, different solutions - Evidence from Dutch

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    33. Drai, D; Grodzinsky, Y; Zurif, E
      Broca's aphasia is associated with a single pattern of comprehension performance: A reply

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    34. Weinrich, M; Boser, KI; McCall, D; Bishop, V
      Training agrammatic subjects on passive sentences: Implications for syntactic deficit theories

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    35. Hahne, A
      What's different in second-language processing? Evidence from event-related brain potentials

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    36. Fiebach, CJ; Schlesewsky, M; Friederici, AD
      Syntactic working memory and the establishment of filler-gap dependencies:Insights from ERPs and fMRI

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    37. Newman, AJ; Pancheva, R; Ozawa, K; Neville, HJ; Ullman, MT
      An event-related fMRI study of syntactic and semantic violations

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    38. Ullman, MT
      The declarative/procedural model of lexicon and grammar

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    39. Friedmann, N
      Agrammatism and the psychological reality of the syntactic tree

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    40. Nakagome, K; Takazawa, S; Kanno, O; Hagiwara, H; Nakajima, H; Itoh, K; Koshida, I
      A topographical study of ERP correlates of semantic and syntactic violations in the Japanese language using the multichannel EEG system

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    41. Vos, SH; Gunter, TC; Kolk, HHJ; Mulder, G
      Working memory constraints on syntactic processing: An electrophysiological investigation

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    42. Ferraro, G
      Analytical symbols and geometrical figures in eighteenth-century calculus

      STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
    43. Blockley, M
      Subordinate clauses without [Greek] apo-koinou in Old English verse, chiefly in 'Beowulf' and chiefly nu and swa

      STUDIA NEOPHILOLOGICA
    44. Schaffar, W; Chen, LS
      Yes-no questions in Mandarin and the theory of focus

      LINGUISTICS
    45. Embick, D; Noyer, R
      Movement operations after syntax

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    46. Bailyn, JF
      On scrambling: A reply to Boskovic and Takahashi

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    47. Lopez, L
      On the (non)complementarity of theta-theory and checking theory

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    48. Lopez, L
      Head of a projection

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    49. Stroik, T
      On the light verb hypothesis

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    50. Franks, S; Boskovic, Z
      An argument for multiple spell-out

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    51. Kiparsky, P
      Structural case in Finnish

      LINGUA
    52. Bayer, J; Bader, M; Meng, M
      Morphological underspecification meets oblique Case: Syntactic and processing effects in German

      LINGUA
    53. Clahsen, H; Almazan, M
      Compounding and inflection in language impairment: Evidence from Williams Syndrome (and SLI)

      LINGUA
    54. Grossman, M; Glosser, G; Kalmanson, J; Morris, J; Stern, MB; Hurtig, HI
      Dopamine supports sentence comprehension in Parkinson's Disease

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    55. Murray, LL; Ray, AH
      A comparison of relaxation training and syntax stimulation for chronic nonfluent aphasia

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    56. Laing, E; Hulme, C; Grant, J; Karmiloff-Smith, A
      Learning to read in Williams syndrome: Looking beneath the surface of atypical reading development

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    57. Lima, JJ
      Socio-spatial segregation and urban form: Belem at the end of the 1990s

      GEOFORUM
    58. Carpentier, A; Pugh, KR; Westerveld, M; Studholme, C; Skrinjar, O; Thompson, JL; Spencer, DD; Constable, RT
      Functional MRI of language processing: Dependence on input modality and temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    59. Bock, K; Eberhard, KM; Cutting, JC; Meyer, AS; Schriefers, H
      Some attractions of verb agreement

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    60. Yamashita, H; Chang, F
      "Long before short" preference in the production of a head-final language

      COGNITION
    61. Keller, F; Alexopoulou, T
      Phonology competes with syntax: experimental evidence for the interaction of word order and accent placement in the realization of Information Structure

      COGNITION
    62. McElree, B; Traxler, MJ; Pickering, MJ; Seely, RE; Jackendoff, R
      Reading time evidence for enriched composition

      COGNITION
    63. Franck, J; Hupet, M
      The regulation of information flow between production levels: Grammatical agreement as an investigation tool.

      ANNEE PSYCHOLOGIQUE
    64. De Clercq, PA; Blom, JA; Hasman, A; Korsten, HHM
      GASTON: an architecture for the acquisition and execution of clinical guideline-application tasks

      MEDICAL INFORMATICS AND THE INTERNET IN MEDICINE
    65. Kaufmann, G; Bunke, H
      Automated reading of cheque amounts

      PATTERN ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS
    66. Badros, GJ
      JavaML: a markup language for Java source code

      COMPUTER NETWORKS-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKING
    67. Murray, LL
      Spoken language production in Huntington's and Parkinson's diseases

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    68. Thal, D; Jackson-Maldonado, D; Acosta, D
      Validity of a parent-report measure of vocabulary and grammar for Spanish-speaking toddlers

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    69. Levy, Y; Tennenbaum, A; Ornoy, A
      Spontaneous language of children with specific neurological syndromes

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    70. Bedore, LM; Leonard, LB
      The effects of inflectional variation on fast mapping of verbs in English and Spanish

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    71. Caplan, D; Alpert, N; Waters, G; Olivieri, A
      Activation of Broca's area by syntactic processing under conditions of concurrent articulation

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    72. Noth, E; Batliner, A; Kiessling, A; Kompe, R; Niemann, H
      VERBMOBIL: The use of prosody in the linguistic components of a speech understanding system

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SPEECH AND AUDIO PROCESSING
    73. Greene, JO
      Evanescent mentation: An ameliorative conceptual foundation for research and theory on message production

      COMMUNICATION THEORY
    74. Tang, TC
      Semantics and syntax of modal adverbs in Chinese

      BULLETIN OF THE INSTITUTE OF HISTORY AND PHILOLOGY ACADEMIA SINICA
    75. Lelekov, T; Dominey, PF; Garcia-Larrea, L
      Dissociable ERP profiles for processing rules vs instances in a cognitive sequencing task

      NEUROREPORT
    76. Herrmann, CS; Oertel, U; Wang, Y; Maess, B; Friederici, AD
      Noise affects auditory and linguistic processing differently: an MEG study

      NEUROREPORT
    77. Kanwal, JS; Gordon, M; Peng, JP; Heinz-Esser, K
      Auditory responses from the frontal cortex in the mustached bat, Pteronotus parnellii

      NEUROREPORT
    78. Hoen, M; Dominey, PF
      ERP analysis of cognitive sequencing: a left anterior negativity related to structural transformation processing

      NEUROREPORT
    79. Lelekov, T; Franck, N; Dominey, PF; Georgieff, N
      Cognitive sequence processing and syntactic comprehension in schizophrenia

      NEUROREPORT
    80. Berridge, KC; Aldridge, JW
      Super-stereotypy I: Enhancement of a complex movement sequence by systemicdopamine D1 agonists

      SYNAPSE
    81. Pickering, MJ; Traxler, MJ; Crocker, MW
      Ambiguity resolution in sentence processing: Evidence against frequency-based accounts

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    82. Kaschak, MP; Glenberg, AM
      Constructing meaning: The role of affordances and grammatical constructions in sentence comprehension

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    83. Elkin, PL; Peleg, M; Lacson, R; Bernstam, E; Tu, S; Boxwala, A; Greenes, R; Shortliffe, EH
      Toward the standardization of electronic guidelines

      M D COMPUTING
    84. Prat-Sala, M; Shillcock, R; Sorace, A
      Animacy effects on the production of object-dislocated descriptions by Catalan-speaking children

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    85. Nippold, MA
      Language development during the adolescent years: Aspects of pragmatics, syntax, and semantics

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    86. Schuele, CJM; Nicholls, LM
      Relative clauses: evidence of continued linguistic vulnerability in children with specific language impairment

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    87. McCall, D; Shelton, JR; Weinrich, M; Cox, D
      The utility of computerized visual communication for improving natural language in chronic global aphasia: Implications for approaches to treatment in global aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    88. Grodzinsky, Y
      The neurology of syntax: Language use without Broca's area

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    89. Reghizzi, SC; Pradella, M; San Pietro, P
      Associative definition of programming languages

      COMPUTER LANGUAGES
    90. Harris, T; Wexler, K; Holcomb, P
      An ERP investigation of binding and coreference

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    91. Friederici, AD; Meyer, M; von Cramon, DY
      Auditory language comprehension: An event-related fMRI study on the processing of syntactic and lexical information

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    92. Grossman, M; Kalmanson, J; Bernhardt, N; Morris, J; Stern, MB; Hurtig, HI
      Cognitive resource limitations during sentence comprehension in Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    93. Rochon, E; Saffran, EM; Berndt, RS; Schwartz, MF
      Quantitative analysis of aphasic sentence production: Further development and new data

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    94. Abeille, A; Godard, D
      French word order and lexical weight

      SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS, VOL 32
    95. Brysbaert, M; Mitchell, DC
      The failure to use gender information in parsing: A comment on van Berkum,Brown, and Hagoort (1999)

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    96. van Berkum, JJA; Hagoort, P; Brown, CM
      The use of referential context and grammatical gender in parsing: A reply to Brysbaert and Mitchell (2000)

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    97. Bruunshuus, I; Poulsen, LK; Olesen, H
      Properties and units in the clinical laboratory sciences Part XVI. Properties and units in clinical allergology - (Technical report) - (IUPAC-IFCC 1999)

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
    98. Olesen, H; Ibsen, I; Bruunshuus, I; Kenny, D; Dybkaer, R; Fuentes-Arderiu, X; Hill, G; De Araujo, PS; McDonald, C
      Properties and units in the clinical laboratory sciences Part X. Properties and units in general clinical chemistry - (Technical Report) - (IFCC-IUPAC 1999)

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
    99. Forsum, U; Olesen, H; Frederiksen, W; Persson, B
      Properties and units in the clinical laboratory sciences - Part VIII. Properties and units in clinical microbiology - (Technical report)

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
    100. Olesen, H; Cowan, D; De la Torre, R; Bruunshuus, I; Rohde, M; Kenny, D
      Properties and units in the clinical laboratory sciences Part XII. Properties and units in clinical pharmacology and toxicology (technical report)

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY


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