1. Repair organization in Chinantec whistled speech: Supplementary Material
  2. Mark A. Sicoli
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  1. Modification of stative predicates
  2. Thomas Ernst
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  1. Reactive effort as a factor that shapes sign language lexicons
  2. Nathan Sanders, Donna Jo Napoli
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  1. The evolution of medial /t/ over real and remembered time
  2. Jennifer Hay, Paul Foulkes
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  1. The short answer: Implications for direct compositionality (and vice versa)
  2. Pauline Jacobson
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  1. The early influence of phonology on a phonetic change
  2. Josef Fruehwald
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  1. Repair organization in Chinantec whistled speech
  2. Mark A. Sicoli
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  1. On the cognitive basis of contact-induced sound change: Vowel merger reversal in Shanghainese
  2. Yao Yao, Charles B. Chang
  3. pp. 433-467
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  1. The emergence of hybrid grammars: Language contact and change by Enoch Oladé Aboh (review)
  2. Anne Zribi-Hertz
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  1. English: The language of the Vikings by Joseph Embley Emonds and Jan Terje Faarlund (review)
  2. David W. Lightfoot
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  1. African American slang: A linguistic description by Maciej Widawski (review)
  2. Sharese King
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  1. The Editor’s Report
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  1. Recent Publications
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  1. On the cognitive basis of contact-induced sound change: Vowel merger reversal in Shanghainese: Online Appendices
  2. Yao Yao, Charles B. Chang
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  1. The short answer: Implications for direct compositionality (and vice versa): Online Appendices
  2. Pauline Jacobson
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  1. Tone assignment in Hong Kong English
  2. Lian-Hee Wee
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  1. From intensional properties to universal support
  2. Birgit Alber, Natalie DelBusso, Alan Prince
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  1. What sound symbolism can and cannot do: Testing the iconicity of ideophones from five languages
  2. Mark Dingemanse, Will Schuerman, Eva Reinisch, Sylvia Tufvesson, Holger Mitterer
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