1. Language monitoring in bilinguals as a mechanism for rapid lexical divergence: Supplementary Material
  2. T. Mark Ellison, Luisa Miceli
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  1. Language monitoring in bilinguals as a mechanism for rapid lexical divergence
  2. T. Mark Ellison, Luisa Miceli
  3. pp. 255-287
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  1. Symmetrical and asymmetrical voice systems and processing load: Pupillometric evidence from sentence production in Tagalog and German
  2. Sebastian Sauppe
  3. pp. 288-313
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  1. Class, gender, and substrate erasure in sociolinguistic change: A sociophonetic study of schwa in deracializing South African English
  2. Rajend Mesthrie
  3. pp. 314-346
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  1. Emergent positional privilege in novel English blends
  2. Elliott Moreton, Jennifer L. Smith, Katya Pertsova, Rachel Broad, Brandon Prickett
  3. pp. 347-380
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  1. Renewal: A figure of speech or a process sui generis?
  2. Uta Reinöhl, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann
  3. pp. 381-413
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  1. /u/-fronting and agent-based modeling: The relationship between the origin and spread of sound change
  2. Jonathan Harrington, Florian Schiel
  3. pp. 414-445
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  1. Phonological restrictions on lenition in Scottish Gaelic
  2. Michael Hammond, Yan Chen, Elise Bell, Andrew Carnie, Diana Archangeli, Adam Ussishkin, Muriel Fisher
  3. pp. 446-472
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  1. Guardians of language: Twenty voices through history by Florian Coulmas (review)
  2. Iair G. Or, Elana Shohamy
  3. pp. 473-475
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  1. Are some languages better than others? by R. M. W. Dixon (review)
  2. Lars Johanson
  3. pp. 475-477
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  1. A theory of phonological features by San Duanmu (review)
  2. Jeff Mielke
  3. pp. 477-481
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  1. Phonological typology by Matthew K. Gordon (review)
  2. Paul V. de Lacy
  3. pp. 481-484
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  1. Grammaticalization and the rise of configurationality in Indo-Aryan by Uta Reinöhl (review)
  2. Geoffrey Haig
  3. pp. 484-488
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  1. Cyclical change continued ed. by Elly van Gelderen (review)
  2. Agnes Jäger
  3. pp. 488-491
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  1. The Editor’s Report
  2. Gregory N. Carlson
  3. pp. 492-494
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  1. Recent Publications
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  1. New insights into the syntax and semantics of complementation: Introduction to the special issue
  2. Łukasz Jędrzejowski
  3. pp. e23-e28
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  1. The development of the declarative complementizer in German
  2. Katrin Axel-Tober
  3. pp. e29-e65
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  1. From a focus particle to a conjunction: Diachronic and synchronic analysis of German zumal
  2. Ira Eberhardt
  3. pp. e66-e96
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  1. The C system of relatives and complement clauses in the history of Slavic languages
  2. Roland Meyer
  3. pp. e97-e113
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