Vol 5, No 1-2 (2011)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Biolinguistic Perspectives on Recursion: Introduction to the Special Issue PDF
Uli Sauerland, Andreas Trotzke 001-009

Articles

Learning Recursion: Multiple Nested and Crossed Dependencies PDF
Meinou de Vries, Morten Christiansen, Karl Magnus Petersson 010-035
What in the World Makes Recursion so Easy to Learn? A Statistical Account of the Staged Input Effect on Learning a Center-Embedded Structure in Artificial Grammar Learning (AGL) PDF
Fenna Poletiek 036-042
Recursion in Language: A Layered-Derivation Approach PDF
Jan-Wouter Zwart 043-056
The Acquisition of Recursion: How Formalism Articulates the Child’s Path PDF
Tom W. Roeper 057-086
The Neural Basis of Recursion and Complex Syntactic Hierarchy PDF
Angela Dorkas Friederici, Jörg Bahlmann, Roland Friedrich, Michiru Makuuchi 087-104
Implicit Artificial Syntax Processing: Genes, Preference, and Bounded Recursion PDF
Vasiliki Folia, Christian Forkstam, Martin Ingvar, Karl Magnus Petersson 105-132
An Uncouth Approach to Language Recursivity PDF
Eleonora Russo, Alessandro Treves 133-150

Reviews

“A Running Back” and Forth: A Review of Recursion and Human Language PDF
David J. Lobina 151-169

BIOLINGUISTICS

FRONT COVER PDF
The Editors
BACK COVER PDF
The Editors
FULL ISSUE PDF
The Editors


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