Coyote Papers: Volume 12 (2001)6
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics is a publication of the Linguistics Circle, the Graduate Student Organization of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona.
Volume 12: Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics, Language in Cognitive Science. (2001) Edited by Rachel L. Hayes, William D. Lewis, Erin L. O'Bryan, & Tania S. Zamuner.
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- Front Matter, Table of Contents, and Introduction (Coyote Papers Volume 12, 2001)
- Organizing linguistic data: thematic introducers as an example
- The perception of novel phoneme contrasts in a second language: a developmental study of native speakers of English learning Japanese singleton and geminate consonant contrasts
- Syntax in performance: minimalist derivation in the late assignment of syntax theory
- Measuring conceptual distance using WordNet: the design of a metric for measuring semantic similarity