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    1. Soler, V
      Analysing adjectives in scientific discourse: an exploratory study with educational applications for Spanish speakers at advanced university level

      ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
    2. Johnston, JR; Miller, J; Tallal, P
      Use of cognitive state predicates by language-impaired children

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    3. Neininger, B; Pulvermuller, F
      The right hemisphere's role in action word processing: a double case study

      NEUROCASE
    4. Hernandez, AE; Dapretto, M; Mazziotta, J; Bookheimer, S
      Language switching and language representation in Spanish-English bilinguals: An fMRI study

      NEUROIMAGE
    5. Hickey, RJ; Martin, RG
      An instance-based approach to pattern association learning with application to the English past tense verb domain

      KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS
    6. Fortescue, M
      Thoughts about thought (Verbal expressions for mental activity)

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    7. Ferretti, TR; McRae, K; Hatherell, A
      Integrating verbs, situation schemas, and thematic role concepts

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    8. D'Odorico, L; Carubbi, S; Salerni, N; Calvo, V
      Vocabulary development in Italian children: a longitudinal evaluation of quantitative and qualitative aspects

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    9. Corrigan, R
      Implicit causality in language - Event participants and their interactions

      JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Bradmetz, J; Amiotte-Suchet, H
      The acquisition of a theory of action and the dissociation between action intention and outcome intention in children aged 2-6 years

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT
    11. Campbell, AL; Tomasello, M
      The acquisition of English dative constructions

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    12. Tranel, D
      Combs, ducks, and the brain

      LANCET
    13. Vanden Wyngaerd, G
      Measuring events

      LANGUAGE
    14. Webster, J; Franklin, S; Howard, D
      An investigation of the interaction between thematic and phrasal structurein nonfluent agrammatic subjects

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    15. Shapiro, K; Caramazza, A
      Sometimes a noun is just a noun: Comments on Bird, Howard, and Franklin (2000)

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    16. Bird, H; Howard, D; Franklin, S
      Noun-verb differences? A question of semantics: A response to Shapiro and Caramazza

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    17. Rosler, F; Streb, J; Haan, H
      Event-related brain potentials evoked by verbs and nouns in a primed lexical decision task

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    18. Nisbett, RE; Peng, KP; Choi, I; Norenzayan, A
      Culture and systems of thought: Holistic versus analytic cognition

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    19. Proverbio, AM; Lilli, S; Semenza, C; Zani, A
      ERP indexes of functional differences in brain activation during proper and common names retrieval

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    20. Collina, S; Marangolo, P; Tabossi, P
      The role of argument structure in the production of nouns and verbs

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    21. Rojo, A; Valenzuela, J
      How to say things with words: Ways of saying in English and Spanish

      META
    22. Wunderlich, D; Lakamper, R
      On the interaction of structural and semantic case

      LINGUA
    23. Boroditsky, L
      Does language shape thought?: Mandarin and English speakers' conceptions of time

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    24. Yoshida, H; Smith, LB
      Early noun lexicons in English and Japanese

      COGNITION
    25. Akhtar, N; Jipson, J; Callanan, MA
      Learning words through overhearing

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    26. Tyler, LK; Russell, R; Fadili, J; Moss, HE
      The neural representation of nouns and verbs: PET studies

      BRAIN
    27. 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
    28. Haan, H; Streb, J; Bien, S; Rosler, F
      Individual cortical current density reconstructions of the semantic N400 effect: Using a generalized minimum norm model with different constraints (L1 and L2 norm)

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    29. Tang, TC
      Semantics and syntax of modal adverbs in Chinese

      BULLETIN OF THE INSTITUTE OF HISTORY AND PHILOLOGY ACADEMIA SINICA
    30. Tomasello, M
      First steps toward a usage-based theory of language acquisition

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    31. Israel, M; Johnson, C; Brooks, PJ
      From states to events: The acquisition of English passive participles

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    32. Bencini, GML; Goldberg, AE
      The contribution of argument structure constructions to sentence meaning

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

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    34. Garrod, S; Terras, M
      The contribution of lexical and situational knowledge to resolving discourse roles: Bonding and resolution

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    35. Ziegeler, D
      What almost can reveal about counterfactual inferences

      JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS
    36. Kim, M; McGregor, KK; Thompson, CK
      Early lexical development in English- and Korean-speaking children: language-general and language-specific patterns

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    37. Maital, SL; Dromi, E; Sagi, A; Bornstein, MH
      The Hebrew Communicative Development Inventory: language specific properties and cross-linguistic generalizations

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    38. Zimmer, HD; Helstrup, T; Engelkamp, J
      Pop-out into memory: A retrieval mechanism that is enhanced with the recall of subject-performed tasks

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    39. Engelkamp, J; Dehn, DM
      Item and order information in subject-performed tasks and experimenter-performed tasks

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    40. Fung, TD; Chertkow, H; Templeman, FD
      Pattern of semantic memory impairment in dementia of Alzheimer's type

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    41. Moore, J; Perlmutter, DM
      What does it take to be a dative subject?

      NATURAL LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC THEORY
    42. Flavell, JH
      Development of children's knowledge about the mental world

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT
    43. Walton, MD
      Say it's a lie or I'll punch you: Naive epistemology in classroom conflictepisodes

      DISCOURSE PROCESSES
    44. Davis, AR; Koenig, JP
      Linking as constraints on word classes in a hierarchical lexicon

      LANGUAGE
    45. Bock, K; Griffin, ZM
      The persistence of structural priming: Transient activation or implicit learning?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    46. Gold, BT; Kertesz, A
      Preserved visual lexicosemantics in global aphasia: A right-hemisphere contribution?

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    47. Collina, S; Marangolo, P; Tabossi, P
      Naming objects and actions: A case study

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    48. Bird, H; Ralph, MAL; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      The rise and fall of frequency and imageability: Noun and verb production in semantic dementia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    49. Goodglass, H; Lindfield, KC; Alexander, MP
      Semantic capacities of the right hemisphere as seen in two cases of pure word blindness

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    50. Pickering, MJ; Branigan, HP; Cleland, AA; Stewart, AJ
      Activation of syntactic information during language production

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    51. Branigan, HP; Pickering, MJ; Stewart, AJ; McLean, JF
      Syntactic priming in spoken production: Linguistic and temporal interference

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    52. McClosky, J
      Quantifier float and Wh-movement in an Irish English

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    53. Parault, SJ; Schwanenflugel, PJ
      The development of conceptual categories of attention during the elementary school years

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    54. Yang, T
      Computational verb systems: a new paradigm for artificial intelligence

      INFORMATION SCIENCES
    55. Pillow, BH; Hill, V; Boyce, A; Stein, C
      Understanding inference as a source of knowledge: Children's ability to evaluate the certainty of deduction, perception, and guessing

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    56. Tardif, T; Wellman, HM
      Acquisition of mental state language in Mandarin- and Cantonese-speaking children

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    57. Leikin, M; Breznitz, Z
      Syntactic processing of Hebrew sentences: ERP measures

      GENETIC SOCIAL AND GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY MONOGRAPHS
    58. Branigan, HP; Pickering, MJ; Cleland, AA
      Syntactic priming in written production: Evidence for rapid decay

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    59. De Raad, B
      Interpersonal lexicon: Structural evidence from two independently constructed verb-based taxonomies

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    60. Fiedler, K; Schmid, J
      Implicit attributions and biases - An answer to Edwards and Potter's rejoinder

      THEORY & PSYCHOLOGY
    61. Gries, ST
      Particle movement: A cognitive and functional approach (English grammar, word order)

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    62. Allen, M; Badecker, W
      Stem homograph inhibition and stem allomorphy: Representing and processinginflected forms in a multilevel lexical system

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    63. Bock, K; Nicol, J; Cutting, JC
      The ties that bind: Creating number agreement in speech

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    64. Caselli, C; Casadio, P; Bates, E
      A comparison of the transition from first words to grammar in English and Italian

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    65. Pulvermuller, F; Mohr, B; Schleichert, H
      Semantic or lexico-syntactic factors: what determines word-class specific activity in the human brain?

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    66. Crosson, B
      Subcortical mechanisms in language: Lexical-semantic mechanisms and the thalamus

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    67. Weiss, P; Hildebrandt, B; Rickheit, G
      Empirical investigations of the processing of instructions: the influence of semantic and contextual factors.

      SPRACHE & KOGNITION
    68. Grewendorf, G; Sabel, J
      Scrambling in German and Japanese: Adjunction versus multiple specifiers

      NATURAL LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC THEORY
    69. Hoekstra, T
      Auxiliary selection in Dutch

      NATURAL LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC THEORY
    70. Hyland, K
      Academic attribution: Citation and the construction of disciplinary knowledge

      APPLIED LINGUISTICS
    71. Rapoport, TR
      Structure, aspect, and the predicate

      LANGUAGE
    72. Sereno, JA
      Hemispheric differences in grammatical class

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    73. Schwanenflugel, PJ; Martin, M; Takahashi, T
      The organization of verbs of knowing: Evidence for cultural commonality and variation in theory of mind

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    74. Schmid, J
      Pinning down attributions: the linguistic category model applied to wrestling reports

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    75. Law, P
      On the passive existential construction

      STUDIA LINGUISTICA
    76. Cancado, M; Franchi, C
      Exceptional binding with psych verbs?

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    77. Reed, LA
      Necessary versus probable cause

      JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHICAL LOGIC
    78. Uchida, N; Imai, M
      Heuristics in learning classifiers: The acquisition of the classifier system and its implications for the nature of lexical acquisition

      JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    79. Robinson, G; Rossor, M; Cipolotti, L
      Selective sparing of verb naming in a case of severe Alzheimer's disease

      CORTEX
    80. Tardif, T; Gelman, SA; Xu, F
      Putting the "noun bias" in context: A comparison of English and Mandarin

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    81. Perani, D; Cappa, SF; Schnur, T; Tettamanti, M; Collina, S; Rosa, MM; Fazio, F
      The neural correlates of verb and noun processing - A PET study

      BRAIN
    82. INUI T; OTSU Y; TANAKA S; OKADA T; NISHIZAWA S; KONISHI J
      A FUNCTIONAL MRI ANALYSIS OF COMPREHENSION PROCESSES OF JAPANESE SENTENCES

      NeuroReport
    83. Tomasello, M; Brooks, PJ
      Young children's earliest transitive and intransitive constructions (Syntactic development)

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    84. Bohnemeyer, J
      Temporal reference from a radical pragmatics perspective: Why Yucatec doesnot need to express 'after' and 'before' (primitives and universals of time semantics in Yucatec Maya)

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    85. BEHREND DA
      LANGUAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTIONS

      Journal of child language
    86. KERSTEN AW; GOLDSTONE RL; SCHAFFERT A
      2 COMPETING ATTENTIONAL MECHANISMS IN CATEGORY LEARNING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    87. JONKERS R; BASTIAANSE R
      HOW SELECTIVE ARE SELECTIVE WORD CLASS DEFICITS - 2 CASE-STUDIES OF ACTION AND OBJECT NAMING

      Aphasiology
    88. Papafragou, A
      The acquisition of modality: Implications for theories of semantic representation

      MIND & LANGUAGE
    89. OSULLIVAN JT; HOWE ML
      A DIFFERENT VIEW OF METAMEMORY WITH ILLUSTRATIONS FROM CHILDRENS BELIEFS ABOUT LONG-TERM RETENTION

      European journal of psychology of education
    90. CLARK EV
      LEXICAL CREATIVITY IN FRENCH-SPEAKING CHILDREN

      Cahiers de psychologie cognitive
    91. Borsky, S; Shapiro, LP
      Context-independent sentence processing

      SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS, VOL 31
    92. SOMMERS RK
      SOME RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SKILLS IN WORD-CATEGORY RECALL AND FACTORSIN ADULTS APHASIA

      Perceptual and motor skills
    93. GROSSMAN M
      NOT ALL WORDS ARE CREATED EQUAL - CATEGORY-SPECIFIC DEFICITS IN CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM DISEASE

      Neurology
    94. CAPPA SF; BINETTI G; PEZZINI A; PADOVANI A; ROZZINI L; TRABUCCHI M
      OBJECT AND ACTION NAMING IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA

      Neurology
    95. Maratsos, M
      Commentary: relations of lexical specificity to general categories

      LINGUISTICS
    96. MARTIN J
      THE LEXICO-SYNTACTIC INTERFACE - PSYCH VERBS AND PSYCH NOUNS

      Hispania
    97. SABBAGH MA; CALLANAN MA
      METAREPRESENTATION IN ACTION - 3-YEAR-OLDS, 4-YEAR-OLDS, AND 5-YEAR-OLDS DEVELOPING THEORIES OF MIND IN PARENT-CHILD CONVERSATIONS

      Developmental psychology
    98. WILLIAMSON DJG; ADAIR JC; RAYMER AM; HEILMAN KM
      OBJECT AND ACTION NAMING IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Cortex
    99. Caramazza, A; Miozzo, M
      More is not always better: a response to Roelofs, Meyer, and Levelt

      COGNITION
    100. BORSKY S; TULLER B; SHAPIRO LP
      HOW TO MILK A COAT - THE EFFECTS OF SEMANTIC AND ACOUSTIC INFORMATIONON PHONEME CATEGORIZATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America


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