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APR 9, 2013
Category Representations in Common Sense Conception: Insights from Psycholinguistics Read more
APR 5, 2013
Word Segmentation and Transliteration in Chinese and Japanese. Read more
Patterns of /ai/ & Appalachian Stances in the Diaspora. Read more
MAR 22, 2013
Language and Identity Among the Muslims of the Balkans: The Status of the Bosnian Language Read more
MAR 19, 2013
Antecedent-Correlate Harmony effects in sluicing. Read more
MAR 14, 2013
Coarticulatory variation in Trique tone. Read more
The Phonology of Gutturals. Read more
Fieldwork and tone in Mexico. Read more
MAR 12, 2013
The Temporal Structure of Perceptual Experience Read more
MAR 8, 2013
Efficient Higher-Order Dependency Parsing with Cube Pruning Read more