Volume 93, Number 1, March 2017

Table of Contents

Accounting for the learnability of saltation in phonological theory: A maximum entropy model with a P-map bias

pp. 1-36
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Web Only Supplemental Material (Open Access)

  Accounting for the learnability of saltation in phonological theory: A maximum entropy model with a P-map bias: Supplementary material

Self-organization in the spelling of English suffixes: The emergence of culture out of anarchy

pp. 37-64
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Which noun phrases is the verb supposed to agree with?: Object agreement in American English

pp. 65-96
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Dementia and grammar in a polysynthetic language: An Arapaho case study

pp. 97-120
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Extra be: The syntax of shared shell-noun constructions in English

pp. 121-152
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Comparisons of nominal degrees

pp. 153-188
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Competing models of liaison acquisition: Evidence from corpus and experimental data

pp. 189-219
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Historical Syntax (Online-only):

Dative sickness: A phylogenetic analysis of argument structure evolution in Germanic

pp. e1-e22
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Review Article

The Austronesian languages by Robert Blust (review)

pp. 220-239
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Reviews

The syntax of yes and no by Anders Holmberg (review)

pp. 240-243
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Beyond aspect: The expression of discourse functions in African languages ed. by Doris L. Payne and Shahar Shirtz (review)

pp. 243-247
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The phonetics–phonology interface: Representations and methodologies ed. by Joaquín Romero and María Riera (review)

pp. 247-250
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Recent Publications

pp. 251-253
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