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(p. vii) Contributors

(p. vii) Contributors

Mary E. Beckman



Ohio State University, mbeckman@ling.osu.edu



Language-specific and language-universal aspects of lingual obstruent productions in Japanese-acquiring children. (with Kiyoko Yoneyama and Jan Edwards) Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan 7:18–28. (2003)



The ontogeny of phonological categories and the primacy of lexical learning in linguistic development. (with Jan Edwards) Child Development 71:240–249. (2000)



Japanese tone structure. (with Janet B. Pierrehumbert) Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. (1988)



Heidi Harley



University of Arizona, hharley@email.arizona.edu



On obligatory obligation: The composition of Italian causatives. (with Raffaella Folli) Linguistic Inquiry 38(2):197–238. (2007)



How do verbs get their names? Denominal verbs, Manner Incorporation, and the ontology of verb roots in English. In The syntax of aspect, ed. Nomi Erteschik-Shir and Tova Rapoport, 42–64. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2005)



Caroline Heycock



University of Edinburgh, c.heycock@ed.ac.uk



On the interaction of adjectival modifiers and relative clauses. Natural Language Semantics 13(4): 359–382. (2005)



Categorical Subjects. (with Edit Doron) Gengo Kenkyu 123: 95–135. (2003)



Layers of predication: The non-lexical syntax of clauses. New York: Garland. (1994)



Junko Ito



University of California, Santa Cruz, ito@ucsc.edu



Japanese morphophonemics: Markedness and word structure. (with Armin Mester) Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. (2003)



Japanese phonology. (with Armin Mester) In The handbook of phonological theory, ed. J. Goldsmith, 817–838. Oxford: Blackwell. (1995)



A prosodic theory of epenthesis. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 7:217–260. (1989)



(p. viii) Hideki Kishimoto



Kobe University, kishimot@lit.kobe-u.ac.jp



Wh-in-situ and movement in Sinhala questions. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 23:1–51. (2005)



Binding of indeterminate pronouns and clause structure in Japanese. Linguistic Inquiry 32:597–633. (2001)



Split intransitivity in Japanese and the unaccusative hypothesis. Language 72:248–286. (1996)



Masatoshi Koizumi



Tohoku University, koizumi@sal.tohoku.ac.jp



Cognitive processing of Japanese sentences with ditransitive verbs. (with Katsuo Tamaoka) Gengo Kenkyu 125:173–190. (2004)



The split VP hypothesis: Evidence from language acquisition. In Language universals and variation, ed. Mengistu Amberber and Peter Collins, 61–81. Westport, Conn.: Praeger. (2002)



String vacuous overt verb raising. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 9:227–285. (2000)



Haruo Kubozono



Kobe University, kubozono@lit.kobe-u.ac.jp



Temporal neutralization in Japanese. In Papers in laboratory phonology 7, ed. Carlos Gussenhoven and Natasha Warner, 171–201. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (2002)



The organization of Japanese prosody. Tokyo: Kurosio. (1993)



The mora and syllable structure in Japanese: Evidence from speech errors. Language and Speech 32(3):249–278. (1989)



Kikuo Maekawa



The National Institute for Japanese Language, kikuo@kokken.go.jp



Corpus-based analysis of vowel devoicing in spontaneous Japanese. (with Hideaki Kikuchi) In Voicing in Japanese, ed. Jeroen van de Weijer, Kensuke Nanjo, and Tetsuo Nishihara, 205–228. (2005)



Statistical tests for the study of vowel merger. Quantitative Linguistics 39:200–219. (1989)



Hideki Maki



Gifu University, makijp@gifu-u.ac.jp



Two notes on wh-movement in Modern Irish: Subject/object asymmetries and superiority. (with Dónall P. Ó Baoill) Gengo Kenkyu 128:1–31. (2005)



Embedded topicalization in English and Japanese. (with Lizanne Kaiser and Masao Ochi) Lingua 109:1–14. (1999)



Implications of embedded topicalization. (with Lizanne Kaiser) English Linguistics 15:290–300. (1998)



(p. ix) Armin Mester



University of California, Santa Cruz, mester@ucsc.edu



Japanese morphophonemics: Markedness and word structure. (with Junko Ito) Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. (2003)



The phonological lexicon. (with Junko Ito) In The handbook of Japanese linguistics, ed. Natsuko Tsujimura, 62–100. Oxford: Blackwell. (1999)



The quantitative trochee in Latin. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 12:1–61. (1994)



Shigeru Miyagawa



Massachusetts Institute of Technology, miyagawa@mit.edu



On the “undoing” property of scrambling: A response to Bošković Linguistic Inquiry 37:607–624. (2006)



Argument structure and ditransitive verbs in Japanese. (with Takae Tsujioka) Journal of East Asian Linguistics 13:1–38. (2004)



Structure and Case marking in Japanese. San Diego, Calif.: Academic Press. (1989)



Edson T. Miyamoto



University of Tsukuba, miyamoto@alum.mit.edu



Factors in the incremental processing of NPs in Japanese. In Proceedings of the 7th Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics, ed. Yukio Otsu, 1–24. Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo. (2006)



Unscrambling some misconceptions: A comment on Koizumi and Tamaoka 2004. (with Michiko Nakamura) Gengo Kenkyu 128:113–129. (2005)



Keiko Murasugi



Nanzan University, murasugi@nanzan-u.ac.jp



VP-shell analysis for the acquisition of Japanese intransitive verbs, transitive verbs, and causatives. (with Tomoko Hashimoto and Chisato Fuji) Linguistics 43:615–651. (2007)



An antisymmetry analysis of Japanese relative clauses. In The syntax of relative clauses, ed. Artemis Alexiadou, Paul Law, André Meinunger, and Chris Wilder, 231–263. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (2000)



N′-deletion in Japanese: A preliminary study. (with Mamoru Saito) Japanese and Korean linguistics, ed. Hajime Hoji, 285–301. Stanford, Calif.: CSLI Publications. (1990)



Kimiko Nakanishi



University of Calgary, k.nakanishi@ucalgary.ca



Formal properties of measurement constructions. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (2007)



Measurement in the nominal and verbal domains. Linguistics and Philosophy 30:235–276. (2007)



Japanese plurals are exceptional. (with Satoshi Tomioka) Journal of East Asian Linguistics 13(1): 113–140. (2004)



(p. x) Kunio Nishiyama



Ibaraki University, kn20@mx.ibaraki.ac.jp



Verbs, adjectives, and Pred: Review of Mark C. Baker, Lexical categories. English Linguistics 22:133–161. (2005)



Adjectives and the copulas in Japanese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 8:183–222. (1999)



V-V compounds as serialization. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 7:175–217. (1998)



Norvin Richards



Massachusetts Institute of Technology, norvin@mit.edu



Phase edge and extraction: A Tagalog case study. (with Andrea Rackowski) Linguistic Inquiry 36:565–599. (2005)



Movement in language: Interactions and architectures. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2001)



An island effect in Japanese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 9:187–205. (2000)



Mamoru Saito



Nanzan University, saito@nanzan-u.ac.jp



Expletive replacement reconsidered: Evidence from expletive verbs in Japanese. In Form, structure, and grammar: A festschrift presented to Günther Grewendorf on occasion of his 60th birthday, ed. Patrick Brandt and Eric Fuss, 255–273. Berlin: Akademie Verlag. (2006)



Subjects of complex predicates: A preliminary study. SBOPL 1: Intensionality and sentential competition, ed. Tomoko Kawamura, Yunju Suh, and Richard K. Larson, 172–188. Stony Brook, N.Y.: Stony Brook University. (2006)



Ellipsis and pronominal reference in Japanese clefts. Studies in Modern Grammar 36:1–44. (2004)



Junko Shimoyama



McGill University, junko.shimoyama@mcgill.ca



Indeterminate phrase quantification in Japanese. Natural Language Semantics 14: 139–173. (2006)



Indeterminate pronouns: The view from Japanese. (with Angelika Kratzer) In The proceedings of the 3rd Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics (TCP 2002), ed. Yukio Otsu, 1–25. Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo. (2002)



Internally headed relative clauses in Japanese and E-type anaphora. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 8:147–182. (1999)



Koji Sugisaki



Mie University, sugisaki@human.mie-u.ac.jp



The parameter of preposition stranding: A view from child English. (with William Snyder) Language Acquisition 13:349–361. (2006)



Early acquisition of basic word order: New evidence from Japanese. In Proceedings of the 29th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, (p. xi) ed. Alejna Brugos, Manuella R. Clark-Cotton, and Seungwan Ha, 582–591. Somerville, Mass.: Cascadilla Press. (2005)



Preposition stranding and the compounding parameter: A developmental perspective. (with William Snyder) In Proceedings of the 26th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, ed. Anna H.-J. Do, Laura Dominguez, and Aimee Johansen, 677–688. Somerville, Mass.: Cascadilla Press. (2002)



Daiko Takahashi



Tohoku University, daiko@m.tains.tohoku.ac.jp



Apparent parasitic gaps and null arguments in Japanese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 15:1–35. (2006)



Determiner raising and scope shift. Linguistic Inquiry 33:575–615. (2002)



Move-F and raising of lexical and empty DPs. In Step by step: Essays on minimalist syntax in honor of Howard Lasnik, ed. Roger Martin, David Michaels, and Juan Uriagereka, 297–317. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. (2000)



Yuji Takano



Kinjo Gakuin University, ytakano@kinjo-u.ac.jp



Object shift and scrambling. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 16:817–889. (1998)



Symmetry in syntax: Merge and Demerge. (with Naoki Fukui) Journal of East Asian Linguistics 7: 27–86. (1998)



Predicate fronting and internal subjects. Linguistic Inquiry 26:327–340. (1995)



Asako Uchibori



Nihon University, uchibori@cit.nihon-u.ac.jp



Pseudoraising. (with Daiko Takahashi) Gengo Kenkyu 123:299–329. (2003)



Raising out of CP and C-T relations. In MITWPL 41: Proceedings of FAJL3, ed. María Cristina Cuervo, Daniel Harbour, Ken Hiraiwa, and Shinichiro Ishihara, 145–162. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics. (2002)



Opacity and subjunctive complements in Japanese. In Japanese and Korean linguistics 6, ed. Ho-Min Sohn and John Haig, 399–414. Stanford, Calif.: CSLI Publications. (1997)



Jennifer J. Venditti



San Jose State University, jen.venditti@mac.com



Prosody in sentence processing. In Handbook of East Asian psycholinguistics: Vol. 2, ed. Reiko Mazuka, Mineharu Nakayama, and Yasuhiro Shirai, 208–217. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (2006)



The J_ToBI model of Japanese intonation. In Prosodic typology: The phonology of intonation and phrasing, ed. Sun-Ah Jun, 172–200. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2005)



(p. xii) Akira Watanabe



University of Tokyo, akirawat@l.u-tokyo.ac.jp



The genesis of negative concord: Syntax and morphology of negative doubling. Linguistic Inquiry 35:559–612. (2004)



Case absorption and wh-agreement. Dordrecht: Kluwer. (1996)



Subjacency and S-structure movement of wh-in-situ. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 1:255–291. (1992)