- Index to Volume 90 (2014)
Abbott, Barbara. Rev. of Elbourne, Definite descriptions. 90.3.762–65 (2014).
Ackerman, Farrell; P. Kay; and M. C. O’Connor. Obituary of Charles J. Fillmore. 90.3.755–61 (2014).
Åfarli, Tor A. Rev. of van Gelderen, Clause structure. 90.4.986–89 (2014).
Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y. The languages of the Amazon. Rev. by E. B. Carlin. 90.2.529–30 (2014).
Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y., and R. M. W. Dixon (eds.) Possession and ownership: A cross-linguistic typology. Rev. by L. Johanson. 90.1.277–80 (2014).
Ajsivinac Sian, Juan Esteban; M. Koizumi; Y. Yasugi; K. Tamaoka; S. Kiyama; J. Kim; and L. P. O. García Mátzar. On the (non)universality of the preference for subject-object word order in sentence comprehension: A sentence-processing study in Kaqchikel Maya (Short Report). 90.3.722–36 (2014).
Alim, H. Samy, and G. Smitherman. Articulate while Black: Barack Obama, language, and race in the US. Rev. by S. Davis and N. Miller. 90.1.280–83 (2014).
All hands on deck: In defense of the prosodic bootstrapping hypothesis and multiple theoretical approaches (Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven) [Perspectives]. By M. Soderstrom. 90.3.e126–e130 (2014).
Ambridge, Ben; J. M. Pine; and E. V. M. Lieven. Child language acquisition: Why universal grammar doesn’t help [Perspectives]. 90.3.e53–e90 (2014).
AnderBois, Scott. The semantics of sluicing: Beyond truth conditions. 90.4.887–926 (2014).
Annotated syntax reader, An: Lasting insights and questions. Ed. by R. S. Kayne, T. Leu, and R. Zanuttini. Rev. by T. Lohndal. 90.3.771–73 (2014).
Articulate while Black: Barack Obama, language, and race in the US. By H. S. Alim and G. Smitherman. Rev. by S. Davis and N. Miller. 90.1.280–83 (2014).
Asymmetries in the prosodic phrasing of function words: Another look at the suffixing preference. By N. P. Himmelmann. 90.4.927–60 (2014).
Baayen, R. Harald; M. Wieling; S. Montemagni; and J. Nerbonne. Lexical differences between Tuscan dialects and standard Italian: Accounting for geographic and sociodemographic variation using generalized additive mixed modeling. 90.3.669–92 (2014).
Bao, Zhiming. Rev. of Leimgruber, Singapore English: Structure, variation, and usage. 90.2.543–45 (2014).
Bateman, John A. Rev. of Mani and Pustejovsky, Interpreting motion: Grounded representations for spatial language. 90.1.300–303 (2014).
Baugh, John. Rev. of Bayley, Cameron, and Lucas (eds.), The Oxford handbook of sociolinguistics. 90.1.283–87 (2014).
Bayley, Robert; R. Cameron; and C. Lucas (eds.) The Oxford handbook of sociolinguistics. Rev. by J. Baugh. 90.1.283–87 (2014).
Beekhuizen, Barend; R. Bod; and A. Verhagen. The linking problem is a special case of a general problem none of us has solved: Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven [Perspectives]. 90.3.e91–e96 (2014).
Behme, Christina. Focus on facts not fiction: Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven [Perspectives]. 90.3.e97–e106 (2014).
Berent, Iris. Rev. of Piattelli-Palmarini and Berwick (eds.), Rich languages from poor inputs. 90.4.980–83 (2014).
Bergen, Benjamin K. Louder than words: The new science of how the mind makes meaning. Rev. by R. W. Gibbs, Jr. 90.2.531–33 (2014).
Berwick, Robert C., and M. Piattelli-Palmarini (eds.) Rich languages from poor inputs. Rev. by I. Berent. 90.4.980–83 (2014).
Birnbaum, David J., and E. Thorsen. Rev. of Friedberg, English rhythms in Russian verse: On the experiment of Joseph Brodsky. 90.3.765–68 (2014).
Bloomsbury companion to phonetics, The. Ed. by M. J. Jones and R.-A. Knight. Rev. by M.-J. Solé. 90.4.967–71 (2014).
Bod, Rens; B. Beekhuizen; and A. Verhagen. The linking problem is a special case of a general problem none of us has solved: Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and...