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(p. 549) Subject Index

(p. 549) Subject Index

Accent: antepenultimate accent rule (see Loanword accent rules);
commands, 470–471, 482–483, 486, 501, 506, 507;
compound (see Compound accent rules);
loanword (see Loanword accent rules);
pitch (see Pitch accent);
specification in the lexicon (see Lexical specification);
verbs and adjectives, 11, 165–168, 172, 181–182, 186–187;
word (see Word accent)
Accenting morphemes, 166, 174–176, 186
Accusative object, 13, 147–148, 150–151, 154–157, 162, 210–211, 223, 234, 324, 403, 443
A-chains, 9–10, 13, 267, 269–272, 279
Acquisition: of lexical items, 24, 166, 169, 171, 175–176, 272–275;
of syntax, 8, 9–10, 13, 24, 250–286, 449
Adverb view of FNQs, 288, 294, 296, 302–303, 307–310, 313, 315
Adverbs of quantification, 311, 387
Affixal causatives, 20–28
Agreement relations, 15, 162, 194, 200, 202, 206, 212, 265, 324, 529, 531–536
Akusento, 464, 467, 469, 477, 480–482, 484, 486, 494, 498, 506
Applicative heads 334, 340, 436–437, 439, 444–445
Attachment, high/low, 4, 13, 45–46, 230–232
Aʼ-movement, 42, 119–120, 196, 199, 264, 297, 313, 413, 448
Argument structure, 21, 26, 41, 44, 222, 273, 325–327, 334, 340, 341, 343
Articulators, 458
Autosegmental-Metrical framework, 12, 457–458
Autosegmental Phonology, 459, 466–467, 469
Blocking effect, 33–35, 37–38, 40
Bound variables. See Variable binding
Boundary pitch movements (BPMs), 11, 464, 471–476, 487–489, 491–492, 501–503, 506
Boundary tone marking, 8, 463–464, 466–467, 469, 471, 473, 481, 492–493, 501–502
Brain responses in processing, 219, 449
Bulgarian, 359–360, 369
Burzio's Generalization, 334
Cantonese, 231, 456, 467
Case alternation. See Ga/no conversion
Case Marker Drop (CMD) phenomenon, 253, 269, 278
Case Resistance Principle, 254
CaseP, 517–520, 526, 532, 534
Catalan, 456, 457
Causative construction, 12, 20–53, 131, 234, 239, 272, 274–275, 277, 280, 321, 435–436, 441;
in acquisition studies, 24;
inchoative alternations, 29–30, 38–40, 42–44, 48, 49. See also Affixal causatives. See also Lexical causatives. See also -Sase
Center embedding, 13, 219, 226, 239–240
Chain Condition, 426–427, 429, 432–433, 440–442, 447, 449, 451, 453
CHILDES database, 263, 274, 280
Clause boundaries in processing, 13, 217, 223–225
Co-grammars, 91–92
Complex NP, 199, 259, 349, 351, 360, 375, 376, 378–379, 382–383, 386, 388, 389
Compound accent rule, 11, 165–166, 169, 182, 186
Compounding Parameter, 259–261
(p. 550) Compounds: aspectual and psychological, 323–324;
means/manner relation, 339;
flexible argument, 331, 337, 340;
V-te-V, 229;
V-V (see V-V compounds)
Condition A, 431
Condition B, 155, 278, 395–396
Condition C, 6, 120, 252
Configurationality of languages, 7, 10, 14, 252–254, 178
Conversion of ga/no. See Ga/no conversion
Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese (CSJ), 458, 471–476, 480, 491–492
Dagur, 206
Determiner phrase (DP), 13, 14–15, 44, 59, 122, 127, 192–200, 206–210, 212, 312, 408, 410, 418–419, 436–439, 449, 452, 513–540
Discourse-level prosody, 12, 462, 465, 470–471, 473, 477, 479, 486, 491, 494, 495, 496
Dissimilation, 468
Distributed Morphology, 14, 36–38, 49, 320, 321, 335–336, 341–342, 526
Ditransitive constructions, 14, 35, 225–226, 232–234, 236–237, 270, 273, 333–334, 340, 423–455
Double-o Constraint, 223
Double object construction, 424, 428–429, 435, 437–438, 452
DP structure, 418, 516–520, 523
D-system generalization, 533, 535
Dutch, 260, 313, 477
Ellipsis; NP, 14, 394–422, 513, 527, 536;
phonological, 462;
Elsewhere Condition, 37–46
Empathy marker (kureru), 228–229
English Compound Stress Rule, 487
Event quantification, 301
Extended Projection Principle (EPP), 7, 128, 159–161, 210, 313, 439
Eye tracking, 218, 225, 233, 235
Fo reset, 482
Feature specification, 8, 37–38
Filler-gap dependencies, 229–231, 235–236, 238
Floating numeral quantifiers. See Quantifiers, floating numeral
Focal prominence, 9, 11–12, 457, 477, 480–483, 487–491, 495–501, 503, 506
French, 95, 114, 213, 214, 239, 262, 266, 290, 313, 400
Functional categories 149–150, 408, 513, 529;
in acquisition, 265–267, 272, 279
-Ga: conversion with -no (see Ga/no conversion);
exhaustive and descriptive, 11, 55, 57–60, 70–71, 73, 78;
information structure, 54–83
Ga/no conversion (GNC), 13, 192–216;
optionality, 209, 211–212;
transitivity restriction, 209–211
Genitive case, 13, 149, 162, 192–212, 214–215, 232, 254, 257–258, 278, 408, 429, 514, 528, 537. See also No
German, 75, 77, 262, 266, 310–311, 477, 532
Germanic languages, 11, 56, 78, 252, 262, 276, 513
Goal-theme order. See Theme-goal order
Goodall, Jane, 276, 280
Greek, 46, 502
Hamblin semantics, 384–385, 390
Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG), 25–26
Head-final languages, 49, 107, 221–222, 263, 342, 425, 529, 531
Hebrew, 45, 418
Honorification, 22, 48, 142–143, 323, 342, 343, 443–444, 452
Hungarian, 457, 502
Hyakurakan test, 220
Hybrid view of FNQs, 291–300, 309–310
Ijo, 342
(p. 551) Imbabura Quechua. See Quechua
Implicit prosody. See Prosody, implicit
Inchoative construction, 29–30, 38–40, 42–44, 48, 49, 433–434, 443–444.
Inclusiveness Condition, 402
Incorporation, 27–28, 37, 320, 344
Indeterminate pronouns, 14, 372–393;
and locality, 376–378, 380, 384–387, 390
Indexed Faithfulness, 91–94, 96, 98–99, 102
Indexed Markedness, 92–93
Information structure, 10–12, 54–83, 303–305, 465, 495, 503, 505
Interrogative construction, 14, 349, 353, 365, 367–368, 372–374, 376, 378–381, 384–386, 388, 390
Intervention effects 14, 202, 357, 359, 361, 368
Intonation systems, 456–512
Irish, 418
Island effects, 349–366, 378, 381–385, 390;
adjunct, 349, 351, 388;
complex NP, 349, 352, 383, 386, 389;
Italian, 5, 256, 262, 400
Ittai, 14, 349–350, 356, 359
J_ToBI labeling conventions, 457–458, 471
Kagoshima Japanese, 168, 172, 184–185, 188
Korean, 48, 80, 100, 142, 240, 278, 375, 402
Last Resort, 7, 410–413, 419
Late Insertion, 12, 37, 39, 46, 133
Lenition. See Vowel lenition
Lexical class, 11, 84–106
Lexical causatives, 12, 22–25, 28–46, 48, 49–50, 277, 280
Lexical specification, 165–167, 171, 176, 466
Lexicalism, 320
Loanword accent rule, 11, 165–167, 169, 171, 187;
antepenultimate rule, 168–173, 180–181, 186;
Latin rule, 172–173
Loanword phonology, 8, 97, 166–167, 170, 187
MAE_ToBI labeling conventions, 477
Malayalam, 386, 388, 390
Maturation: of UG properties, 256, 265–272, 276;
of A-chains, 9–10, 13, 267–271, 279
Memory, working. See Working memory
Minimal Link Condition, 352, 365, 434, 531
Mo: ‘also’; universal, 375–378, 380–381, 385–388, 389
Morphological case marking, 28, 210–212, 214, 223–224
Morphology-syntax interface, 12
Multiple Agree, 159–160, 162, 202, 365
Multiple nominative, 61, 78, 239–240
Mutual c-command requirement, 290–292, 294–295, 297–300, 305, 312
Negation-disjunction expressions, 261
Negative evidence, 250, 277, 280
Negative polarity items (NPIs), 24, 28, 241, 373
Nominal denotations, 533–534
Nominalization, 22–24, 34, 48, 49–50, 67, 136, 204–205, 214, 335, 337, 344
Nominative object, 12–13, 141–164
Noncompositionality, 33, 324, 335–337
NP ellipsis. See Ellipsis, NP
Nuclear pitch accent, 477–479, 481, 487, 491, 499, 504–505, 506
Nuclear Stress Rule, 487, 504
Null-argument parameter, 264–265
Null-subject parameter, 256
Numeral-classifier combinations, 513, 515, 520, 525, 528, 534–535, 536
Numeral quantifiers, floating. See Quantifiers, floating numeral
Object, nominative. See Nominative object
Optimality Theory, 8, 11, 85, 91
Otagai, 411, 426–427, 441–442, 449, 451, 452. See also Anaphora
Overgeneration, 257–259, 278–279
Parameter setting; delayed, 10, 256, 259, 261–262, 265, 267, 271, 278
Partitive constructions, 302, 307–308, 514, 516, 518–528, 533–534, 536, 537
Penultimate non-lexical prominence (PNLP), 474, 476, 489, 491–492, 501–502, 506
Persian, 49, 531
Phrasal pitch range, 456, 481–483
(p. 552) Phrase commands in prosody, 470, 482–483
Pitch accent, 8, 59, 187, 456, 464, 466, 477–481, 487, 491, 501, 504–505, 506. See also Akusento
Pitch range features, 469–471
Positive polarity items (PPIs), 261–262
Predicate raising. See Raising, predicate
Principle of Minimal Compliance, 360, 365, 389
Pro, 135, 142, 329, 418, 425, 442, 450
Processing, 7, 10, 12–13, 217–249;
incremental models, 221–224, 229, 234
Prominence-lending rise (PLR), 475, 488–492, 501–502, 506
Prominence marking, 458–512
Pronouns, indeterminate. See Indeterminate pronouns
Proper Binding Condition, 118
Prosodic phrases, 462, 464, 472
Prosodic subordination, 483–490, 493–494
Prosodic word, 459, 462
Prosody: commands (see Phrase commands, see Accent commands);
effects with FNQs, 307–308;
implicit, 227–228;
word level, 456
Psycholinguistics. See Acquisition.
Quantificational particles, 372, 531–532, 535, 537.
Quantified phrase (QP), 398–399, 406, 442–443, 448, 517–518, 525, 528, 536
Quantifier Indexing Rule, 387
Quantifier stranding, 288–310
Quantifiers, floating numeral (FNQ), 13, 287–319, 437–438;
aspectual delimitedness, 305–306, 316;
distributional restrictions, 13, 288–289, 293–294, 302–303, 309;
locality, 296–299;
semantic restrictions, 300–302;
pragmatic considerations, 303–305
Questions, wh-. See Wh-questions
Raising: predicate, 26–27;
-Rare, 49, 145, 147, 152, 155, 157, 268–271, 280, 343
Reading experiments. See Eye tracking
Relative clauses, 10, 13, 149, 196–199, 201, 204–206, 210, 213, 217, 223–227, 230–233, 351, 375, 379, 389, 521, 527, 531, 536;
attachment, 231–232;
gap position, 230–231;
parameter 259, 278, 27
Relativized Minimality, 387
Remnant movement, 119, 123, 363, 516, 519
Rendaku, 84, 188, 189, 338, 344, 498, 505
Rentai morphology, 193–194, 199–201, 203–204, 210, 213, 214–215
Reset. See Fo reset
Resultatives, 46, 259–261, 343
Rise-fall BPM, 471, 475–476, 483, 491–492, 501–502, 506
Scrambling, 7–8, 9–10, 14, 112, 118–119, 121, 124, 126–129, 135, 162, 210, 217, 219, 222–223, 230, 232–239, 241–242, 263–264, 271, 292, 297, 309, 312, 313, 409–410, 413–415, 419, 424–450, 451, 453;
reading times, 218–235;
plausibility task, 234;
antecedent reactivation and resolution, 237–239;
acquisition, 263–264, 271. See also Filler-gap dependencies
Secondary predicates, 260, 289
Selectional requirements, 115, 158, 332, 338, 409–414, 419
Semantic interpretation of indeterminate pronouns, 378–387
Sentence processing. See Processing
Sinhala, 355–356
Sino-Japanese accent pattern, 8, 84, 86, 90, 102, 166–167, 172, 182, 458
Shuri Okinawan, 356
Spanish, 231, 256, 260, 390, 413–415, 466
Specificity, 519–520, 525, 534, 536
Split quantifiers, 310
Split Topicalization, 310–311
Stranding view of FNQs, 288–300, 302–303, 307–310
Stress foot, 479
Strict interpretation, 108–110, 118, 417. See also Sloppy interpretation
Stricture gestures, 458
Subjacency, 5, 122, 132, 353, 364, 383, 389
Syntax-semantics interface, 367, 372, 378, 504
Synthesis systems in prosody, 469–471, 482, 495
Taiwanese, 468
Takusan, 200, 203, 524–528
Thai, 260, 468, 531
Thematic hierarchy, 430–431, 448
Theme-goal order, 425–426, 428–431, 433, 448–450
θ-roles, 241, 266, 271, 280, 325, 340, 343, 439, 444
Tokyo Japanese accent system, 168–173, 175, 184–188, 366, 458, 466, 502
Tone marking. See Boundary tone marking
Tone scaling, 469, 500
Toyama dialect, 204, 257–258
Truth-value judgment task, 252, 260, 262
Two-T hypothesis, 214
Unselective binding, 225, 356, 380
Variable binding 425, 428, 433, 443, 449, 451
Verb raising. See Raising, verb
Very Early Parameter-Setting, 9, 262
Vietnamese, 531
Vowel lenition, 480
VP-ellipsis. See Ellipsis, VP
V-V compounds, 13–14, 320–347;
serial verb constructions, 326, 331, 339, 342, 343
-Wa: information structure, 10–12, 54–83;
topic, 240;
contrastive and thematic, 55–57, 74–77, 78, 483, 490, 496, 497;
noncontrastive, 55–58, 63–66, 70, 74–77, 78. See also Topic
Weak crossover, 6, 428
Wh-movement, 6, 213, 254–255, 265, 348, 350–351, 358–359, 364, 366, 368, 378, 380, 382, 384, 389;
covert, 350, 358, 364, 378, 382. See also Island effects, wh-island
Wh-questions, 6, 14, 121, 262–263, 348–371, 373–374, 376, 379, 385, 389, 506, 507;
acquisition, 255;
long-distance dependencies, 217, 220;
in-situ wh-phrases, 14, 240–242, 255, 349–350, 352–359, 367, 368
Word accent, 11, 165–167, 188. See also Loanword accent rule
Working memory, 10, 217, 219–220, 222, 229–230
X-JToBI labeling conventions, 457, 462–463, 467, 469, 471, 473, 475–476, 487, 492–493, 501–502
Yoruba, 331, 342, 456, 467, 468