Volume 92, Number 4, December 2016

Table of Contents

Announcement

p. 1
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Learnability shapes typology: The case of the midpoint pathology

pp. 753-791
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Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  Learnability shapes typology: The case of the midpoint pathology: Supplementary material

Seri verb classes: Morphosyntactic motivation and morphological autonomy

pp. 792-823
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Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  Seri verb classes: Morphosyntactic motivation and morphological autonomy: Supplementary material

Outliers, impact, and rationalization in linguistic change

pp. 824-849
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The temporal interpretation of clause chaining in Northern Paiute

pp. 850-889
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Do serial verb constructions describe single events?: A study of co-speech gestures in Avatime

pp. 890-910
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Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  Do serial verb constructions describe single events?: A study of co-speech gestures in Avatime: Supplemental Material

Grammaticalization and prosody: The case of English sort/kind/type of constructions

pp. 911-946
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Language and linguistics on trial: Hearing Rachel Jeantel (and other vernacular speakers) in the courtroom and beyond

pp. 948-988
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Historical Syntax (Online-only)

Extraposition is disappearing

pp. e237-e256
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Language and Public Policy (Online-only)

The Common Core State Standards and English learners: Finding the silver lining

pp. e257-e273
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Teaching Linguistics (Online-only)

Learning to think like linguists: A think-aloud study of novice phonology students

pp. e274-e291
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Review

The sounds of language: An introduction to phonetics and phonology by Elizabeth C. Zsiga (review)

pp. e292-e295
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Research Report (Online-only)

Grammar and social agency: The pragmatics of impersonal deontic statements

pp. e296-e325
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Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  Grammar and social agency: The pragmatics of impersonal deontic statements: Supplementary Material

pp. s1-s5
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Reviews

The acquisition of ergativity ed. by Edith Bavin, Sabine Stoll (review)

pp. 989-992
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Why only us? Language and evolution by Robert C. Berwick and Noam Chomsky (review)

pp. 992-996
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The evolution of functional left peripheries in Hungarian syntax ed. by Katalin É. Kiss (review)

pp. 997-1000
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Confusion of tongues: A theory of normative language by Stephen Finlay (review)

pp. 1000-1001
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Automaton theories of human sentence comprehension by John T. Hale (review)

pp. 1002-1006
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New perspectives on Chinese syntax by Waltraud Paul (review)

pp. 1006-1009
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Evolutionary syntax by Ljiljana Progovac (review)

pp. 1009-1012
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The language of fraud cases by Roger Shuy (review)

pp. 1012-1015
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Recent Publications

pp. 1016-1018
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Index to Volume 92 (2016)

pp. 1019-1025
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