SWPL Volume 14
Editor: Thomas Doukas
- 3-13 Language impairments in autism: evidence against mind-blindness
- 15-21 What's wrong with vowel-initial syllables?
Katalin Balogné Bérces
- 23-40 The end of the (Turkish) word
- 41-50 Now you hear it, now you don't; what happens with functional categories in children's early speech?
- 51-62 Pronouns, agreement and focus in Egyptian Arabic
- 63-94 On synthesis, fusion and the difference between them
- 95-108 Derived environment effects in GP
Nancy C. Kula
- 109-129 Stress and syllabification in Arop-Lokep: an Optimality-Theoretic account
- 131-167 A phonological investigation into the Meroitic 'syllable' signs - ne and se and their implications on the e sign
- 169-206 Meroitic - an Afroasiatic language?
- 207-226 Sounds difficult? Why phonological theory needs 'ease of articulation'
- 227-248 The linguistic profile of Down's syndrome subjects: evidence from wh-movement construction
- 249-264 Accents in Tokyo and Kyoto Japanese Vowel Quality in terms of Duration and Licensing Potency
Yuko Z. Yoshida
- 267-281 Paradigm Regained: deixis in Northern Wakashan
- 283-308 Discourse Functions without Peripheral Syntax