Volume 92, Number 1, March 2016

Table of Contents


The role of indirect positive evidence in syntactic acquisition: a look at anaphoric one
Lisa S. Pearl & Benjamin Mis

Modally hybrid grammar? Celestial pointing for time-of-day reference in Nheengatú
Simeon Floyd

On measurement and quantification: The case of most and more than half
Stephanie Solt

Individual level contact limits phonological complexity: evidence from bunched and retroflex /ɹ/
Jeff Mielke, Adam Baker, & Diana Archangeli

The A-map model: Articulatory reliability in child-specific phonology
Tara McAllister Byun, Sharon Inkelas, & Yvan Rose

Historial Syntax: Online Only

Growing syntax: The development of a DP in north Germanic
Kersti Börjars, Pauline Harries, & Nigel Vincent

Phonological Analysis: Online Only

Cumulativity and ganging in the tonology of Awa suffixes
Laura McPherson

Short Report

On ergativity in Bumthang
Cathryn Donohue & Mark Donohue

Reviews in this issue

Evans: The language myth: Why language is not an instinct 

Beyond caricatures: Commentary on Evans 2014
F. Ackerman & R. Malouf

Evan's (2014) modularity myths: A mental architecture digest
I. Berent


Myths, magic, and poorly drawn battle lines: Commentary on Evans 2014
K. U. Deen

Another look at the universal grammar hypothesis: Commentary on Evans 2014
A. E. Goldberg

Is our mental grammar just a set of constructions? Commentary on Evans 2014
W. Hinzen

Not compelling: Commentary on Evans 2014
F. Wijnen

Additional Reviews

Alexiadou et al. (eds.): The syntax of roots and the roots of syntax
I. Kastner

Cheng & Corver (eds.): Diagnosing syntax
A. Holmberg

Doyle: A history of the Irish language: From the Norman invasion to independence
N. Langer

Gutiérrez-Rexach: Interfaces and domains of quantification
X. Villalba

Sanz et al. (eds.): Language down the garden path: The cognitive and biological basis for linguistic structures
J. Franck

Treiman & Kessler: How children learn to write words
M. Sénéchal

Zufferey: Acquiring pragmatics
E. Ifantidou