Volume 91, Number 4, December 2015

Table of Contents


Person shift at narrative peak

pp. 755-805

Which-hunting and the Standard English relative clause

pp. 806-836

Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  Which-hunting and the Standard English relative clause: Online Supplement: Automatic Zero-Relative Detection

pp. s1-s3

Distributional modification: The case of frequency adjectives

pp. 837-870

Code-switching and predictability of meaning in discourse

pp. 871-905

The impact of conditioning variables on the acquisition of variation in adult and child learners

pp. 906-937

Negative knowledge from positive evidence

pp. 938-953

Teaching Linguistics (Web Only Content)


Language in mind: An introduction to psycholinguistics by Julie Sedivy (review)

pp. e181-e183

Replies (Web Only Content)

A-adjectives, statistical preemption, and the evidence: Reply to Yang (2015)

pp. e184-e197

On statistical measures and ancient writing systems

pp. e198-e205

On misunderstandings and misrepresentations: A reply to Rao et al.

pp. e206-e208


Continuations and natural language by Chris Barker and Chung-chieh Shan (review)

pp. 954-957

The pragmatics of politeness by Geoffrey Leech (review)

pp. 957-960

Types of reduplication: A case study of Bikol by Veronika Mattes (review)

pp. 961-963

Attitudes to endangered languages: Identities and policies by Julia Sallabank (review)

pp. 964-966

Lexical processing and second language acquisition by Natasha Tokowicz (review)

pp. 966-969

Imprisoned in English: The hazards of English as a default language by Anna Wierzbicka (review)

pp. 969-972

Recent Publications

pp. 973-975


p. 975

Index to Volume 91 (2015)

pp. 976-981

Contents of Volume 91

pp. bm-2-bm-4