Accounting for the learnability of saltation in phonological theory: A maximum entropy model with a P-map bias
James White


Self-organization in the spelling of English suffixes: the emergence of culture out of anarchy
Kristian Berg & Mark Aronoff


Dementia and grammar in a polysynthetic language: an Arapaho case study
Andrew Cowell, Gail Ramsberger & Lise Menn


Which noun phrases is the verb supposed to agree with? Object agreement in American English
Brian Dillon, Adrian Staub, Joshua Levy & Charles Clifton Jr. 


Extra be: the syntax of shared shell-noun constructions in English
Diane Massam


Comparisons of nominal degrees
Galit Weidman Sassoon


Competing models of liaison acquisition: evidence from corpus and experimental data
Angelica Buerkin-Ponterlli, Jennifer Culbertson, Géraldine Legendre & Thierry Nazzi


Review Articles

The Austronesian languages. Revised edn. By Robert Blust
Edward L. Keenan & Sandra Chung


The syntax of yes and no. By Anders Holmberg
Satu Manninen


Beyond aspect: The expression of discourse functions in African languages. Ed. by Doris L. Payne and Shahar Shirtz.
Stéphane Robert


The phonetics-phonology interface: Representations and methodologies. Ed. by Joaquín Romero and María Riera.
Felicitas Kleber


Historical Syntax (Online-only):

Dative sickness: A phylogenetic analysis of argument structure evolution in Germanic

pp. e1-e22 Michael Dunn, Tonya Kim Dewey, Carlee Arnett, Thórhallur Eythórsson, Jóhanna Barðdal


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