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The evolution of argument coding patterns in South American languages

Guillaume, A. & Gildea, S.

Journal of Historicial Linguistics, 8:1


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The interaction of phonetic/phonological development and input characteristics in early lexical development: longitudinal and crosslinguistic perspectives

Kern, s.

Cambridge University Press



Morphology and emotions across the world’s languages

Ponsonnet, M., Vuillermet, M.

Special issue of Studies in Language, 42(1)


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Chapitre dans ouvrage


Bilingualism and bidialectalism

in The Cambridge Handbook of Bilingualism, De Houwer, A. & Ortega, L. (eds)

Chevrot, J., Ghimenton, A.

Cambridge University Press



Morphologically assigned accent in Ese ejja: Transitivity, dominance, and an initial three-syllable window

in The study of word stress and accent: theories, methods and data & Goedemans, R., van der Hulst, H., Heinz, J. (eds)

Rolle, N., Vuillermet, M.

Cambridge University Press


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Revitalization and education

in Romance sociolinguistics , Ayers-Bennet, W., Carruthers, J. (eds)

Ghimenton, A., Depau, G.

De Gruyters



From ergative case-marking to hierarchical agreement: a reconstruction of the argument-marking system of Reyesano (Takanan, Bolivia)

in Typological hierarchies in synchrony and diachrony, Cristofaro, S., Zúñiga, F. (eds)

Guillaume, A.

John Benjamins Publishing Company



A typology of languages with both grammatical gender and genderlects

in Non-canonical gender systems, Fedden, S., Audring, J., Corbett, G. (eds)

Rose, F.

Oxford University Press



Are the Tupi-Guarani hierarchical indexing systems really motivated by the person hierarchy?

in Typological Hierarchies in Synchrony and Diachrony, Cristofaro, S., Zúñiga, F. (eds)

Rose, F.



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Article de revues


The evolution of language families is shaped by the environment beyond neutral drift

Bentz, C., Dediu, D., Verkerk, A., Jäger, G.

Nature Human Behaviour


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Comparative reconstruction of Proto-Mojeño and the phonological diversification of Mojeno dialects

de Carvalho, F., Rose, F.



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Is birth attendance a uniquely human feature? New evidence suggests that Bonobo females protect and support the parturient

Demuru, E., Ferrari, P., Palagi, E.

Evolution and Human Behavior



Don't speak too fast! Processing of fast rate speech in children with specific language impairment

Guiraud, H., Bedoin, N., Krifi-Papoz, S., Herbillon, V., Caillot-Bascoul, A., Gonzalez-Monge, S., Boulenger, V.

Plos One


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Invariance in variation: frequency and neighbourhood density as explanatory factors

Kern, S., dos Santos, C.

Trends in Language Acquisition Research (TiLAR)


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The endangered state of Negidal: A field report

Pakendorf, B., Aralova, N.

Language Documentation and Conservation


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Nouns slow down speech across structurally and culturally diverse languages

Seifart, F., Strunk, J., Danielsen, S., Hartmann, I., Pakendorf, B., Wichmann, S., Witzlack-Makarevich, A., de Jong, N., Bickel, B.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences


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Reducing language to rhythm: Amazonian Bora drummed language exploits speech rhythm for long-distance communication

Seifart, F., Meyer, J., Grawunder, S., Dentel, L.

Royal Society Open Science


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