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139 achievements

Agbayani, Brian
Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2016). Phonological constituents and their movement in Latin.  Phonology. 33(1), 1-42.
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Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Ishii, T.  (2015). Syntactic and prosodic scrambling in Japanese.  Natural Language & Linguistic Theory. 33(1), 47-77.
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Agbayani, B., & Ochi, M.  (2014). The Split Lexical Insertion Hypothesis. Presented at 40th Annual Conference of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, UC Berkeley.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2012). Clitic Order in Hittite. Presented at 23rd Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference.
Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2012). Clitic order in Hittite. Presented at The 23rd Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference.
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Agbayani, B., Golston, C., & Henderer, D.  (2011). Prosodic movement.  Proceedings of the 28th west coast conference on formal linguistics. Somerville: Cascadilla Press.
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Agbayani, B., Golston, C., & Ishii, T.  (2011). Prosodic Scrambling. Presented at Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics (FAJL) 5.
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Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Henderer, D.  (2011). Phonological movement. Presented at West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCL), Somerville, MA.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Phonological movement in Classical Greek.  Language: Journal of the Linguistic Society of America. 86(1), 133-167.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Second-position is first-position: Wackernagels Law and the role of clausal conjunction.  Indogermanische Forschungen. 1-21.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Second position is first position: Wackernagel’s law and the role of clausal conjunctions.  Indogermanische Forschungen. 1-21.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Phonological movement in classical Greek.  Language. 86(1), 133-167.
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Golston, C., & Agbayani, B.  (2010). Phonological movement in Greek and Latin. Presented at Proceedings of the 21st Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, Bremen, Germany.
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Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Henderer, D.  (2010). Movement of Prosodic constituents. Presented at Berkeley Linguistics Society 36, Berkeley, CA.
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Agbayani, B., Golston, C., & Ishii, T.  (2009). Prosodic scrambling in Japanese. Presented at ICEAL 2.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2008). PP-Splitting in Ancient Greek. Presented at Proceedings of the Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL), Fresno, Calif.
Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Ishii, T.  (2008). A PF movement analysis of non-constituent scrambling. Presented at Western Conference on Linguistics, Vancouver.
Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Ishii, T.  (2008). A PF movement analysis of non-constituent scrambling in Japanese. Presented at Second International Conference on East Asian Linguistics, Vancouver.
Agbayani, B., & Shekar, C.  (2007). Restructuring and Clausal Architecture in Kannada.  Phrasal and clausal architecture: Syntactic derivation and interpretation: In honor of Joseph E. Emonds. (pp.8-24) Amsterdam; Philadelphia: J. Benjamins.
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Golston, C., & Agbayani, B.  (2007). PP-splitting in Classical Greek. Presented at Western Conference on Linguistics, San Diego, CA.
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Agbayani, B., & Ochi, M.  (2006). Move F and PF/LF defectiveness.  Minimalist essays. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: J. Benjamins.
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Agbayani, B.  (2006). Pied-Piping, Feature Movement, and Wh-subjects.  Wh-movement: Moving on. Cambridge (Mass.): MIT press.
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Agbayani, B., & Zoerner, E.  (2005). A Parallel Movement Solution to Puzzles of Discontinuous Ellipses.  Folia Linguistica. 39(3-4), 299-318.
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Agbayani, B., & Zoerner, E.  (2004). A sideward movement approach to non-constituent deletion. Presented at Proceedings of the Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL), Fresno, Calif.
Agbayani, B., & Zoerner, E.  (2004). Gapping, Pseudogapping and Sideward Movement.  Studia Linguistica. 58(3), 185-211.
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Agbayani, B., & Zoerner, E.  (2002). Gapping and pseudogapping: The same, but different. Presented at Proceedings of the Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL), Fresno, Calif.
Agbayani, B., & Zoerner, E.  (2002). A pseudogapping asymmetry.  Snippets. 5(January).
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Agbayani, B.  (2000). Feature Attraction and Category Movement.  Glot International. 4(7).
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Agbayani, B.  (2000). Wh-Subjects in English and the Vacuous Movement Hypothesis.  Linguistic Inquiry. 31(4), 703-713.
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Birch, Barbara
Birch, B.  (2015). English L2 reading: getting to the bottom.  New York; London: Routledge.
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Birch, B.  (2013). English grammar pedagogy: a global perspective. 
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Birch, B.  (2011). Out of my Orthographic Depth: Second Language Reading.  Handbook of research in second language teaching and learning. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates.
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Birch, B.  (2011). Out of my orthographic depth.  Handbook on second language teaching and learning. New York: Routledge.
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Birch, B.  (2009). The English language teacher in global civil society.  New York; London: Routledge.
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Birch, B.  (2005). Learning and teaching English grammar, K-12.  Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall.
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Birch, B.  (2004). Teaching spanish-speakers to read in English.  CATESOL Journal. 16(1), 43-57.
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Birch, B.  (2001). Grammar standards: it's all in your attitude.  Language Arts: The Journal of the Elementary Section of the National Council of Teachers of English. 78(6), 535-542.
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Birch, B.  (2000). Building community among personnel in an intensive english program.  TESOL Matters. 17.
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Birch, B.  (1999). Ebonics: the debate which never happened.  Ethnic Studies Review. 22(1/3), 44-55.
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Birch, B.  (1998). Nurturing bottom-up reading strategies, too.  TESOL Journal. 7(6), 18-23.
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Birch, B.  (1998). Language ideologies, prejudice, and planning. Presented at Mid America Linguistics Conference, Edwardsville, IL.
Birch, B.  (1995). Quaker plain speech: a policy of linguistic divergence.  International Journal of the Sociology of Language. 116(1), 39-59.
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Birch, B.  (1995). Neurological evidence for a functional basis for lexical categories.  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. 24.
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Birch, B.  (1995). Decoding as an expert system. Presented at 1995 CSU-Bakersfield Conference on Reading, Bakersfield, CA.
Birch, B.  (1994). Prosocial communicative competence in the ESL/EFL classroom.  TESOL Journal Winter. 13-16.
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Birch, B.  (1993). The peaceful ESL classroom.  CATESOL Journal. 6(1), 7-15.
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Birch, B.  (1993). Another look at Salish nouns and verbs. Presented at 28th International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, Washington.
Chen, Jidong
Chen, J., & Shirai, Y.  (2014). The acquisition of relative clauses in spontaneous child speech in Mandarin Chinese.  Journal of Child Language. 1-29.
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Chen, J., & Brown, A.  (2013). A cross linguistic study of gesture and speech about motion events in English, Japanese, and Chinese.  Cognitive Linguistics. 24(4), 605-631.
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Chen, J., & Shirai, Y.  (2010). The development of aspectual marking in child Mandarin Chinese.  Applied Psycholinguistics. 31(1), 1-28.
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Chen, J., & Ai, R.  (2010). Encoding motion and state change in L2 Mandarin. Presented at 21st North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics, Smithfield, RI.
Chen, J.  (2010). Putting and taking events in Mandarin Chinese. Presented at 36th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, Berkeley, CA.
Huettig, F., Chen, J., Bowerman, M., & Majid, A.  (2010). Do Language-Specific Categories Shape Conceptual Processing? Mandarin Classifier Distinctions Influence Eye Gaze Behavior, but only During Linguistic Processing.  Journal of Cognition and Culture. 10(1/2), 39-58.
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Ai, R., & Chen, J.  (2008). A puzzle in Chinese dative shift. Presented at 20th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics, Columbus, OH.
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Chen, J.  (2007). He cut-break the rope: Encoding and categorizing cutting and breaking events in Mandarin.  Cognitive Linguistics. 18(2), 273-285.
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Chen, J.  (2006). ‘Sister cry-run brother’, who cries and who runs?: Learning the argument structure of Mandarin resultative verb compounds. Presented at Cambridge Linguistics, Cambridge, UK.
Chen, J.  (2006). The acquisition of verb compounding in Mandarin.  Constructions in acquisition. Stanford, Calif.: CSLI Publications.
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Fulop, Sean A.
Fulop, S.  (2007). Phonetic Applications of the Time-Corrected Instantaneous Frequency Spectrogram.  Phonetica. 64(4), 237-262.
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Fulop, S.  (2007). Learnability of Type-logical Grammars.  Research on Language and Computation. 5(2), 159-179.
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Fulop, S., & Fitz, K.  (2006). Algorithms for computing the time-corrected instantaneous frequency (reassigned) spectrogram, with applications.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 119(1), 360-371.
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Golston, Chris
Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2016). Phonological constituents and their movement in Latin.  Phonology. 33(1), 1-42.
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Golston, C., & Kehrein, W.  (2015). The prosodic licensing of vocalic features.  The segment in phonology and phonetics. (pp.65-102) Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Ishii, T.  (2015). Syntactic and prosodic scrambling in Japanese.  Natural Language & Linguistic Theory. 33(1), 47-77.
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Golston, C.  (2014). Haplology.  Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics.
Golston, C.  (2014). Hiatus.  Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics.
Golston, C.  (2014). Syllable weight.  Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics.
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Golston, C.  (2014). Wackernagel’s law II.  Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics.
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Golston, C., & Kehrein, W.  (2014). A prosodic theory of laryngeal timing. Presented at Colloque International Base Articulatoire Arrière (BAA), Paris.
Golston, C.  (2013). Prothesis.  Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics.
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Golston, C.  (2013). Review of The Morphology and Phonology of Exponence edited by Jochen Trommer, part of the series, Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics 41 .  Language. 89(4), 979-983.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2012). Clitic order in Hittite. Presented at The 23rd Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference.
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Agbayani, B., Golston, C., & Ishii, T.  (2011). Prosodic Scrambling. Presented at Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics (FAJL) 5.
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Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Henderer, D.  (2011). Phonological movement. Presented at West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCL), Somerville, MA.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Phonological movement in Classical Greek.  Language: Journal of the Linguistic Society of America. 86(1), 133-167.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Second-position is first-position: Wackernagels Law and the role of clausal conjunction.  Indogermanische Forschungen. 1-21.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Second position is first position: Wackernagel’s law and the role of clausal conjunctions.  Indogermanische Forschungen. 1-21.
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Agbayani, B., & Golston, C.  (2010). Phonological movement in classical Greek.  Language. 86(1), 133-167.
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Golston, C., & Agbayani, B.  (2010). Phonological movement in Greek and Latin. Presented at Proceedings of the 21st Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, Bremen, Germany.
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Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Henderer, D.  (2010). Movement of Prosodic constituents. Presented at Berkeley Linguistics Society 36, Berkeley, CA.
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Agbayani, B., Golston, C., & Ishii, T.  (2009). Prosodic scrambling in Japanese. Presented at ICEAL 2.
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Golston, C.  (2009). Old english feet.  Versatility in versification: mulitidisciplinary approaches to metrics. (pp.105-122) Peter Lang.
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Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Ishii, T.  (2008). A PF movement analysis of non-constituent scrambling. Presented at Western Conference on Linguistics, Vancouver.
Golston, C., Agbayani, B., & Ishii, T.  (2008). A PF movement analysis of non-constituent scrambling in Japanese. Presented at Second International Conference on East Asian Linguistics, Vancouver.
Golston, C., & Fulop, S.  (2008). Breathy and whispery voicing in White Hmong.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 4(1), 060006.
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Golston, C.  (2007). Variables in optimality theory.  Freedom of analysis.. (pp.345-372) Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
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Golston, C., & Agbayani, B.  (2007). PP-splitting in Classical Greek. Presented at Western Conference on Linguistics, San Diego, CA.
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Brown, J., & Golston, C.  (2006). Embedded structure and the evolution of phonology.  Interaction Studies. 7(1), 17-41.
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Golston, C.  (2006). Diphthongs.  Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. 601-603.
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Golston, C., & Brown, J.  (2006). Embedded structure and the evolution of phonology .  Interaction Studies. 7(1), 17-41.
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Golston, C., & Riad, T.  (2005). The phonology of Greek lyric meter.  Journal of Linguistics. 41(1), 77-115.
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Golston, C., & Kehrein, W.  (2004). A prosodic theory of laryngeal contrasts.  Phonology. 21(03), 325-357.
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Golston, C., & Brown, J.  (2004). The evolution of hierarchical structure in language.  Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. General Session and Parasession on Conceptual Structure and Cognition in Grammatical Theory. 30(1), 13-22.
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Golston, C.  (2003). Reduplication as echo: bontok and chumash.  Perspectives in linguistics : papers in honor of P.J. Mistry. New Delhi: Indian Institute of Language Studies.
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Golston, C., & Bills, S.  (2003). Prosodic and linear licensing in the acquisition of English. Presented at Western Conference on Linguistics.
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Golston, C.  (2002). Review of “lexical phonology and the history of english” by April McMahon.  Diachronica. (pp.171-180) John Benjamins Publishing Company.
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Golston, C., & Riad, T.  (2001). Scansion and alliteration in Beowulf.  Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik. 77-105.
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Golston, C., & Yang, P.  (2001). White Hmong loanword phonology. Presented at Generative Linguistics Phonology Conference, Potsdam.
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Golston, C., & Riad, T.  (2000). The phonology of Classical Greek meter.  Linguistics. 38(365), 99-168.
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Golston, C.  (1999). Stricture is structure.  The derivational residue in phonological optimality theory. (pp.153-175) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
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Golston, C.  (1998). Constraint-based metrics.  Natural Language & Linguistic Theory. 16(4), 719-770.
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Golston, C.  (1998). The structure of the German root.  Phonology and Morphology of the Germanic Languages. (pp.165-185) Tübingen, Germany: Niemeyer.
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Golston, C., & Kehrein, W.  (1998). Mazatec onsets and nuclei.  International Journal of American Linguistics. 64(4), 311-337.
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Golston, C., & Kehrein, W.  (1997). Mazatec syllable structure. Presented at Chicago Linguistic Society 33, Chicago, IL.
Golston, C., & Riad, T.  (1997). The phonology of classical Arabic meter.  Linguistics. 35(1), 111.
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Golston, C.  (1996). Direct optimality theory: representation as pure markedness.  Language. 72(4), 713-748.
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Golston, C.  (1996). Prosodic constraints on roots, stems, and words.  Interfaces in phonology, studia grammatica. (pp.172-193) Berlin: Akademie Verlag.
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Golston, C.  (1995). Review of Heinz J. Giegerich English phonology: an introduction.  Studies in language. (pp.239–244) John Benjamins Publishing Company.
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Golston, C.  (1995). Syntax outranks phonology: evidence from ancient greek.  Phonology. 12(3), 343-368.
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Golston, C.  (1995). Zero morphology and constraint interaction.  Yearbook of morphology. (pp.143-159)
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Golston, C.  (1992). The prosodic hierarchy as a form of meter.  Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics from A-Z. 54-73.
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Golston, C.  (1990). Level-ordered lexical insertion. Presented at Western Conference on Linguistics, El Paso.
Golston, C.  (1990). Level-ordered lexical insertion: evidence from speech errors. Presented at Arizona Phonology Conference, Tucson, AZ.
Golston, C.  (1990). Minimal word, minimal affix. Presented at North Eastern Linguistic Society, Quebec.
Golston, C.  (1989). Clitics in homeric greek: less evidence that PIE was head-final. Presented at Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, Berkeley, CA.
Golston, C.  (1989). Floating high (and L*) tones in Ancient Greek. Presented at Arizona Phonology Conference, Tuscon, AZ.
Golston, C.  (1989). What a phrasal affix looks like. Presented at Western Conference on Linguistics.
Golston, C., Shaul, D., Albert, R., & Satory, R.  (1987). The HOPI coyote story as narrative: the problem of evaluation.  Journal of Pragmatics. 11(1), 3-25.
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Lee, Siok H.
Lee, S.  (2010). Vocabulary and content learning in Grade 9 Earth Science: Effects of vocabulary pre-teaching, rational cloze task, and reading comprehension task.  The CATESOL Journal. 21(1), 75-102.
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Lee, S.  (2008). Beyond reading and proficiency assessment: The rational cloze procedure as stimulus for integrated reading, writing, and vocabulary instruction and teacher-student interaction in ESL.  System System. 36(4), 642-660.
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Lipp, Ellen
Lipp, E., & Jones, B.  (2010). Bilingual Spanish and Southeast Asian Students’ Challenges in a Freshman History Course.  The CATESOL Journal. 22(1), 1-23.
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Wang, Xinchun
Wang, X.  (2014). Mandarin Speakers’ English L2 Prosody and Degree of Foreign Accent: Effect of Length of Residence. Presented at Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech.
Wang, X.  (2014). Foreign Accent: Length of residence, listener and stimulus effect.].  Journal of Speech Sciences. 3(2), 1-20.
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Wang, X.  (2013). Perception of Mandarin Tones: The Effect of L1 Background and Training.  The Modern Language Journal. 97(1), 144-160.
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Wang, X.  (2012). Difficulties with Mandarin Tones: Learners' Perspectives and Speech Data. Presented at The Proceedings of Third International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages.
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Wang, X.  (2012). Auditory and Visual Training on Mandarin Tones: A Pilot Study on Phrases and Sentences.  International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT). 2(2), 16-29.
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Wang, X.  (2009). Students' Attitudes toward Process and Product Oriented Online Collaborative Learning.  Solutions and Innovations in Web-Based Technologies for Augmented Learning: Improved Platforms, Tools, and Applications. (pp.15-34)
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Wang, X.  (2009). Process and Product Oriented Online Collaborative Learning Tasks.  Encyclopaedia of Distance Learning, 2nd Edition. (pp.1680-1685)
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Wang, X.  (2009). Process and product oriented online collabrative learning tasks.  Encyclopedia of distance learning. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference.
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Wang, X.  (2008). Perceptual training for learning English vowels : perception, production, and long-term retention.  Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.
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Wang, X.  (2008). Training for Learning Mandarin Tones.  . (pp.259-274)
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Wang, X.  (2008). Learning Mandarin tones at sentence level through training: A pilot study.  Canadian Acoustics. 36(3), 122-123.
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Wang, X.  (2008). Training for learning Mandarin tones.  Handbook of Research on Computer-enhanced Language Acquisition and Learning. (pp.259-274) Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference (IGI Global).
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Wang, X.  (2008). Perceptual Training for Learning English Vowels: Perception, Production, and Long-term Retention.  Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.
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Wang, X.  (2008). Learning mandarin tones at sentence level through training: A pilot study.  Can Acoust Canadian Acoustics - Acoustique Canadienne. 36(3), 122-123.
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Wang, X., & Chen, J.  (2007). Effects of length of residence and speech activities on degree of foreign accent.  The Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. (pp.1725-1728) Saarbrucken: Germany.
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Wang, X.  (2007). What Factors Promote Sustained Online Discussions and Collaborative Learning in a Web-Based Course?.  International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies. 2(1), 17-38.
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Wang, X.  (2006). Mandarin Listeners' Perception Of English Vowels: Problems And Strategies.  Canadian Acoustics. 34(4), 15-26.
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Wang, X.  (2006). Perception of L2 Tones: L1 Lexical Tone Experience May Not Help.  The Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Speech Prosody. Dresden, Germany: TUD press.
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Wang, X., & Munro, M.  (2004). Computer-based training for learning English vowel contrasts.  System System. 32(4), 539-552.
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