BIOLINGUISTICS volume 14 (2020) has been completed and is available for download.Read more about BIOLINGUISTICS vol. 14 (2020) completed!
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In their new article entitled "Children’s Learning of a Semantics-Free Artificial Grammar with Center Embedding", Shiro Ojima and Kazuo Okanoya present their findings from an articifal grammar learning study that used a novel game-like paradigm to study learning of center-embedding in children.Read More Read more about New article by Shiro Ojima and Kazuo Okanoya
In this new article entitled "Attention To People Like You: A Proposal Regarding Neuroendocrine Effects on Linguistic Variation", Míša Hejná, Lauren Ackerman, and Joel C. Wallenberg present preliminary results consistent with the hypothesis that a biological factor, prenatal exposure to androgens, can have a small, continuous biasing effect on linguistic variation, namely the variable duration of pre-aspiration conditioned by voiceless obstruents in Tyneside English.Read More Read more about New article by Míša Hejná and colleagues
To help our authors' save time and effort, BIOLINGUISTICS is now accepting format-free submissions for all types of articles that we publish, including Registered Reports. Hence, authors will only be required to submit a formatted manuscript in case of acceptance.Read More Read more about BIOLINGUISTICS is now accepting format-free submissions
Call for papers for a special issue of BIOLINGUISTICS on "Biolinguistic research in the 21st century", organized by Lluís Barceló-Coblijn (Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain).Read More Read more about Call for papers: Biolinguistic research in the 21st century