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Abels, K; (2012) Don't repair that island! It ain't broke. Presented at: Islands in Contemporary Linguistic Theory, Vitoria, Spain. (In press).

Abels, K; (2012) The Italian Left Periphery: A View from Locality. LINGUISTIC INQUIRY , 43 (2) pp. 229-254.

Abels, K; (2012) Phases: An essay on cyclicity in syntax. [Book]. Linguistische Arbeiten. deGruyter: Berlin. (In press).

Abels, K; Bentzen, K; (2012) Are movement paths punctuated or uniform? In: Alexiadou, A and Kiss, T and Müller, G, (eds.) Local Modelling of Non-Local Dependencies in Syntax. deGruyter: Berlin. (In press).

Abels, K; Neeleman, A; (2012) Linear Asymmetries and the LCA. SYNTAX-A JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL EXPERIMENTAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH , 15 (1) pp. 25-74. 10.1111/j.1467-9612.2011.00163.x.

Ackema, P; Neeleman, A; (2012) Agreement Weakening at PF: A Reply to Benmamoun and Lorimor. LINGUISTIC INQUIRY , 43 (1) pp. 75-96.


Becker, M; Nevins, A; Levine, J; (2012) Asymmetries in generalizing alternations to and from initial syllables. Language , 88 (2) pp. 231-268. 10.1353/lan.2012.0049.


Carston, RA; (2012) Word meaning and concept expressed. The Linguistic Review , 29 (4) 607 - 623. 10.1515/tlr-2012-0022. Green open access

Carston, RA; (2012) Metaphor and the literal/nonliteral distinction. In: Allan, K and Jaszczolt, KM, (eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Pragmatics. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. (In press).

Carston, RA; (2012) Legal Texts and canons of construction: A view from current pragmatic theory. In: Freeman, M, (ed.) Law and Language. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (In press).

Carston, RA; (2012) Relevance Theory. In: Russell, G and Graff Fara, D, (eds.) Routledge Companion to the Philosophy of Language. (pp. 163-176). Routledge: London.


Dillon, B; Nevins, A; Austin, AC; Phillips, C; (2012) Syntactic and semantic predictors of tense in Hindi: An ERP investigation. Language and Cognitive Processes , 27 (3) pp. 313-344. 10.1080/01690965.2010.544582.

Druks, J; Aydelott, J; Genethliou, M; Jacobs, H; Weekes, B; (2012) Progressive dyslexia: Evidence from Hungarian and English. BEHAVIOURAL NEUROLOGY , 25 (3) pp. 185-191. 10.3233/BEN-2012-119003.

Druks, J; Weekes, B; (2012) Progressive Nonfluent Aphasia in a Hungarian Speaker. In: Miozzo, M, (ed.) (Proceedings) 50th Academy-of-Aphasia Meeting. (pp. pp. 99-101). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV


Ferguson, HJ; Breheny, R; (2012) Listeners' eyes reveal spontaneous sensitivity to others' perspectives. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY , 48 (1) pp. 257-263. 10.1016/j.jesp.2011.08.007.

Functional Phylogenies Group, ; (2012) Phylogenetic inference for function-valued traits: speech sound evolution. Trends Ecol Evol , 27 (3) pp. 160-166. 10.1016/j.tree.2011.10.001.


Galery, T.N.; (2012) Descriptive pronouns revisited: the semantics and pragmatics of identification-based descriptive interpretations. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). Green open access


Hall, AM; Carston, R; (2012) Implicature and explicature. In: Schmid, HJ, (ed.) Handbook of Cognitive Pragmatics. (pp. 47-84). De Gruyter Mouton: Berlin, Germany.

Harris, J; (2012) The foot as a phonotactic domain: 'aw' and 'wa' in English. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 24 (In press).

Hilkhuysen, G; Gaubitch, N; Huckvale, M; (2012) Effects of noise suppression on intelligibility: experts' opinions and naive normal hearing listeners' performance. J Speech Lang Hear Res 10.1044/1092-4388(2012/11-0286).


Janke, V; Neeleman, A; (2012) Ascending and Descending VPs in English. UNSPECIFIED

Janke, V; Neeleman, A; (2012) Ascending and Descending VPs in English. LINGUISTIC INQUIRY , 43 (2) pp. 151-190.


Klinedinst, N; Rothschild, D; (2012) Connectives without truth tables. Natural Language Semantics 1 - 39.


Lekakou, M; Szendroi, K; (2012) Polydefinites in Greek: Ellipsis, close apposition and expletive determiners. JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS , 48 (1) 107 - 149. 10.1017/S0022226711000326. Green open access


Neeleman, AD; Vermeulen, R; (2012) Types of focus and their interaction with negation. In: neeleman, AD and Vermeulen, R, (eds.) The syntax of topic, focus and contrast: an interface-based approach. (227 - 264). De Gruyter Mouton: Berlin, Germany/Boston, US.

Nevins, A; (2012) Haplological dissimilation at distinct stages of exponence. In: The Morphology and Phonology of Exponence.

Nevins, AI; Arregi, K; (2012) Morphotactics: Basque Auxiliaries and The Structure of Spellout. Springer


Parr, N; Breheny, R; (2012) Semantic Bootstrapping and the Role of Meta-cognition. In: Biller, AK and Chung, EY and Kimball, AE, (eds.) (Proceedings) 36th Annual Boston-University Conference on Language Development. (pp. pp. 427-436). CASCADILLA PRESS

Pollard, A.J.; (2012) Speech production, dual-process theory, and the attentive addressee. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). Green open access

Pritchard, TD; (2012) Meaning, signification, and suggestion: Berkeley on general words. History of Philosophy Quarterly , 29 (3) pp. 301-317. Green open access


Santi, A; Grodzinsky, Y; (2012) Broca's area and sentence comprehension: A relationship parasitic on dependency, displacement or predictability? NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA , 50 (5) pp. 821-832. 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2012.01.017.

Sperber, D; Wilson, D; (2012) Introduction: Pragmatics. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 1-28).

Sperber, D; Wilson, D; (2012) Pragmatics, modularity and mindreading. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 261-278).

Sperber, D; Wilson, D; (2012) Rhetoric and relevance. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 84-96).

Sperber, D; Wilson, D; (2012) The mapping between the mental and the public Lexicon. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 31-46).


Varkanitsa, M; Kasselimis, D; Potagas, C; Evdokimidis, E; van de Koot, H; Druks, J; (2012) Is covert A’- movement available in agrammatic Broca’s aphasia? Evidence from scope ambiguity. In: (pp. pp. 124-127).

Varkanitsa, M; Kasselimis, D; Potagas, C; Evdokimidis, I; Van de Koot, H; Druks, J; (2012) Processing of Covert Scope Inversion in Broca's Aphasia. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences , 61 pp. 277-278. 10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.10.184. Green open access

van de Koot, H; Neeleman, A; (2012) The Linguistic Expression of Causation. In: Everaert, M and Siloni, T and Marelj, M, (eds.) The Theta System: Argument Structure at the Interface. (20 - 51). Oxford University Press: Oxford. (In press).

van de Koot, H; Neeleman, A; (2012) Towards a Unified Encoding of Contrast and Scope. In: Neeleman, A and Vermeulen, R, (eds.) The Syntax of Topic, Focus and Contrast: An Interface-Based Approach. Mouton (In press).


Wilson, D; (2012) Metarepresentation in linguistic communication. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 230-258).

Wilson, D; Matsui, T; (2012) Recent approaches to bridging: Truth, coherence, relevance. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 187-209).

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (2012) Explaining irony. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 123-146).

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (2012) Linguistic form and relevance. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 149-168).

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (2012) Meaning and Relevance. [Book]. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (2012) Mood and the analysis of non-declarative sentences. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 210-229).

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (2012) Pragmatics and time. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 169-186).

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (2012) Truthfulness and relevance. In: Meaning and Relevance. (pp. 47-83).


Yip, M; (2012) Structure in human phonology and in birdsong. In: Bolhuis, JJ and Everaert, M, (eds.) Birdsong, Speech and Language. MIT PRess: Cambridge, Mass.

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