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Abels, K; (2006) Successive Cyclicity, Anti-locality, and Adposition Stranding. In: Bošković, Ž and Lasnik, H, (eds.) Minimalist Syntax: The Essential Readings. (219 - 223). Blackwell Publishing: Oxford.

Abels, K; Muriungi, P; (2006) The focus particle in Kîîtharaka. (ZAS Papers in Linguistics ). ZAS: Berlin.

Abels, K; Muriungi, P; (2006) The focus particle in Kîîtharaka. In: Fiedler, I and Schwarz, A, (eds.) Papers on information structure in African languages. (1 - 20). ZAS: Berlin.

Abels, K; Neeleman, A; (2006) Universal 20 without the LCA. Presented at: Generative Linguistics in the Old Word 29, Barcelona.

Anand, P; Nevins, A; (2006) Some Ergative Subjects Don't Reconstruct. In: Johns, A and Massam, D and Ndayiragije, J, (eds.) Ergativity: Emerging Issues. (3 - 27). Kluwer Academic Publishers


Breheny, R; (2006) Communication and folk psychology. MIND & LANGUAGE , 21 (1) 74 - 107. 10.1111/j.1468-0017.2006.00307.x.

Breheny, R; (2006) 'Non-specific Specifics and the Source of Existential Closure of Exceptional-Scope Indefinites'. (UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , pp. 1 - 35 ). UCL: London.

Breheny, R; (2006) Pragmatic Analyses of Anaphoric Pronouns: Do Things Look Better in 2-D? In: García-Carpintero, M and Macia, J, (eds.) Two-Dimensional Semantics. (22 - 37). OUP: Oxford.

Breheny, R; Katsos, N; Williams, J; (2006) Are generalised scalar implicatures generated by default? An on-line investigation into the role of context in generating pragmatic inferences. COGNITION , 100 (3) 434 - 463. 10.1016/j.cognition.2005.07.003.

Breheny, R; Katsos, N; Williams, J; (2006) Are generalised scalar implicatures generated by default? An on-line investigation into the role of context in generating pragmatic inferences. Cognition , 100 (3) 434 - 463. 10.1016/j.cognition.2005.07.003.


Carston, R; (2006) Modularity. In: Brown, K, (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics. Elsevier

Carston, R; Blakemore, D; van de Koot, H; (2006) Neil Smith's linguistics. Lingua , 116 (10) 1465 - 1468. 10.1016/j.lingua.2006.05.002.

Carston, R; Powell, G; (2006) Relevance theory - new directions and developments. In: Lepore, E and Smith, BC, (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Language. (341 - 360). Oxford University Press

Cormack, A; (2006) Dative interveners. Lingua , 116 (10) 1580 - 1594.

Costa, J; Szendroi, K; (2006) Acquisition of focus marking in European Portuguese – Evidence for a unified approach to focus. In: Torrens, V and Escobar, L, (eds.) The acquisition of syntax in Romance languages. (319 - 329). John Benjamins: Amsterdam.


Diamanti, V.; (2006) Dyslexia and dysgraphia in Greek in relation to normal development: cross-linguistic and longitudinal studies. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access

Druks, J; (2006) Morpho-syntactic and morpho-phonological deficits in the production of regularly and irregularly inflected verbs. APHASIOLOGY , 20 (9-11) 993 - 1017. 10.1080/02687030600739422.

Druks, J; Masterson, J; Kopelman, M; Clare, L; Rose, A; Rai, G; (2006) Is action naming better preserved (than object naming) in Alzheimer's disease and why should we ask? BRAIN LANG , 98 (3) 332 - 340. 10.1016/j.bandl.2006.06.003.


Hall, A; (2006) Free enrichment or hidden indexicals? University College London Working Papers in Linguistics , 18 71 - 102.

Harris, J; (2006) The phonology of being understood: Further arguments against sonority. LINGUA , 116 (10) 1483 - 1494. 10.1016/j.lingua.2005.07.009.


Maetzig, S; Druks,; Masterson, J; J,; Vigliocco,; G,; (2006) Object and action naming in nine aphasic patient and comparison participants. In: (Proceedings) Science of Aphasia, Sardinia.

Maetzig, S; Druks, J; Masterson, J; Vigliocco, G; (2006) Object and action naming in aphasia: A double dissociation? In: (Proceedings) Science of aphasia.

Marusic, L; Nevins, A; Saksida, A; (2006) Last-Conjunct Agreement in Slovenian. In: Compton, R and Goledzinowska, M and Savchenko, U, (eds.) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 15. (210 - 227). Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications: Michigan.

Matzig, S; Druks, J; (2006) Object vs. action naming: A double dissociation? In: BRAIN LANG. (pp. 218 - 219). ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE


Nanousi, Y; Masterson, J; Druks, J; Atkinson, M; (2006) Interpretable vs. uninterpretable features: Evidence from six Greek-speaking agrammatic patients. J NEUROLINGUIST , 19 (3) 209 - 238. 10.1016/j.jneuroling.2005.11.003.

Neeleman, A; (2006) Soft Mutation at the Interface. In H. Broekhuis et al. (eds.)Organising Grammar. Linguistic Studies in Honor of Henk van Riemsdijk 447 - 457.

Neeleman, A; van de Koot, H; (2006) Syntactic OCP Effects. In M. Everaert and H. van Riemsdijk (eds.). In: The Blackwell Syntactic Companion. Blackwell: London.

Neeleman, A; van de Koot, H; (2006) Syntactic Haplology. In: Everaert, M and Van Riemsdijk, H, (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to Syntax, vol IV. (684 - 710). Blackwell Publishers: Oxford.

Neeleman, A; van de Koot, J; (2006) On syntactic and phonological representations. LINGUA , 116 (10) 1524 - 1552. 10.1016/j.lingua.2005.08.006.

Nevins, A; Vaux, B; (2006) The Role of Contrast in Locality: Transparent Palatal Glides in Kyrghyz. In: The Proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic in Formal Linguistics II, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 54. (275 - 287).


Pearce, M; (2006) Evidence against voicing spread in Kera. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 18 345 - 355.

Pearce, M; (2006) The Interaction between metrical structure and tone in Kera. Phonology , 23 (2) 259 - 286.


Shiraki, H.; (2006) Economy and the distribution of reflexives. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access


Topintzi, I.; (2006) Moraic onsets. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access


van de Koot, H; (2006) Peter W. Culicover & Andrzej Nowak, Dynamical grammar: minimalism, acquisition and change (Foundations of Syntax 2). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. Pp. xxii+324. [Review]. Journal of Linguistics , 42 (2) 452 - 457. 10.1017/S0022226706234091. Green open access


Wilson, D; Carston, R; (2006) Metaphor, relevance and the 'emergent property' issue. MIND LANG , 21 (3) 404 - 433.

Wilson, D; Wharton, T; (2006) Relevance and prosody. JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS , 38 (10) 1559 - 1579. 10.1016/j.pragma.2005.04.012.


Yip, M; (2006) Phonology in the Smith era. Lingua , 116 1470 - 1482.

Yip, M; (2006) The search for phonology in other species. Trends in Cognitive Sciences , 10 (10) 442 - 446. 10.1016/j.tics.2006.08.001.

Yip, M; (2006) The symbiosis between perception and grammar in loanword phonology. Lingua , 116 950 - 975. 10.1016/j.lingua.2005.05.007.

Yip, M; (2006) Is there such a thing as animal phonology? In: Bakovic, E and Ito, J and McCarthy, J, (eds.) Wondering at the natural fecundity of things: Essays in honor of Alan Prince. UC Santa Cruz

Yip, M; (2006) Tone: Phonology. In: Brown, K, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. (761 - 764). Elsevier: Oxford.

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