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  • Index To Volume 94 (2018)

Abawiri tone system in typological perspective, The [Phonological Analysis]. By B. Yoder. 94(4).e266–e292 (2018).

Abramson, Arthur S., Obituary of. By D. H. Whalen and L. L. Koenig. 94(4).969–75 (2018).

Acquisition of heritage languages, The. By S. Montrul. Rev. by J. Torres. 94(1).223–25 (2018).

Acquisition of recursive modification in NPs, The. By A. T. Pérez-Leroux, T. Peterson, A. Castilla-Earls, S. Béjar, D. Massam, and Y. Roberge. 94(2).332–59 (2018).

Africa’s endangered languages: Documentary and theoretical approaches. Ed. by J. Kandybowicz and H. Torrence. Rev. by C. R. Green. 94(3).717–20 (2018).

Agreement beyond phi. By S. Miyagawa. Rev. by E. Anagnostopoulou. 94(4).988–91 (2018).

Aijmer, Karin. Rev. of Brinton, The evolution of pragmatic markers in English: Pathways of change. 94(4).976–78 (2018).

Altshuler, Daniel. Rev. of De Wit, The present perfective paradox across languages. 94(2).471–75 (2018).

Anagnostopoulou, Elena. Rev. of Miyagawa, Agreement beyond phi. 94(4).988–91 (2018).

Aronoff, Mark, and K. Berg. Further evidence for self-organization in English spelling [Replies]. 94(1).e48–e53 (2018).

Bakker, Peter; F. Borchsenius; C. Levisen; and E. Sippola (eds.) Creole studies: Phylogenetic approaches. Rev. by J. McWhorter. 94(3).710–13 (2018).

Balancing the communication equation: An outreach and engagement model for using sociolinguistics to enhance culturally and linguistically sustaining K–12 STEM education [Teaching Linguistics]. By C. Mallinson and A. H. Charity Hudley. 94(3).e191–e215 (2018).

Bauke, Leah, and A. Blümel (eds.) Labels and roots. Rev. by T. Mao and M. Dai. 94(2).468–71 (2018).

Beddor, Patrice Speeter; A. W. Coetzee; W. Styler; K. B. McGowan; and J. E. Boland. The time course of individuals’ perception of coarticulatory information is linked to their production: Implications for sound change. 94(4).931–68 (2018).

Béjar, Susana; A. T. Pérez-Leroux; T. Peterson; D. Massam; and Y. Roberge. The acquisition of recursive modification in NPs. 94(2).332–59 (2018).

Berezovskaya, Polina. Rev. of Rett, The semantics of evaluativity. 94(3).723–27 (2018).

Berg, Kristian, and M. Aronoff. Further evidence for self-organization in English spelling [Replies]. 94(1).e48–e53 (2018).

Beyond trochaic shortening: A survey of Central Pacific languages [Phonological Analysis]. By K. Zuraw. 94(1).e1–e42 (2018).

Birner, Betty J. On constructions as a pragmatic category [Research Report]. 94(2).e158–e179 (2018).

Blümel, Andreas, and L. Bauke (eds.) Labels and roots. Rev. by T. Mao and M. Dai. 94(2).468–71 (2018).

Boland, Julie E.; P. S. Beddor; A. W. Coetzee; W. Styler; and K. B. McGowan. The time course of individuals’ perception of coarticulatory information is linked to their production: Implications for sound change. 94(4).931–68 (2018).

Borchsenius, Finn; P. Bakker; C. Levisen; and E. Sippola (eds.) Creole studies: Phylogenetic approaches. Rev. by J. McWhorter. 94(3).710–13 (2018).

Brief response to Müller [Replies]. By B. Bruening. 94(1).e67–e73 (2018).

Brinton, Laurel J. The evolution of pragmatic markers in English: Pathways of change. Rev. by K. Aijmer. 94(4).976–78 (2018).

Bruening, Benjamin. Brief response to Müller [Replies]. 94(1).e67–e73 (2018).

Bruening, Benjamin. The lexicalist hypothesis: Both wrong and superfluous. 94(1).1–42 (2018).

C-command vs. scope: An experimental assessment of bound-variable pronouns. By K. Moulton and C-h. Han. 94(1).191–219 (2018).

Castilla-Earls, Anny; A. T. Pérez-Leroux; T. Peterson; S. Béjar; D. Massam; and Y. Roberge. The acquisition of recursive modification in NPs. 94(2).332–59 (2018).

Charity Hudley, Anne H., and C. Mallinson. Balancing the communication equation: An outreach and engagement model...

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ISSN
1535-0665
Print ISSN
0097-8507
Pages
pp. 996-1002
Launched on MUSE
2018-12-19
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No
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