UCL Psychology and Language Sciences


Contents of UCLWPL 11 (1999)

Edited by Corinne Iten and Ad Neeleman
Semantics and Pragmatics
Robyn Carston & BlakemoreThe pragmatics of and-conjunctions: The non-narrative cases
Robyn CarstonThe relationship between generative grammar and (relevance-theoretic) pragmatics
Corinne ItenThe relevance of Argumentation Theory
Milena NutiOn interpreting 'folk psychology'
George PowellThe referential-attributive distinction - a cognitive account
Deirdre WilsonMetarepresentation in linguistic communication
John HarrisRelease the captive coda: the foot as a domain of phonetic interpretation
Phil HarrisonPhon-something: a clarification
Kuniya NasukawaPrenasalisation and melodic complexity
Brian, Hok-Shing, ChanClassifiers, demonstratives and classifier-to-demonstrative movement
Annabel Cormack & Neil SmithWhy are depictives different from resultatives
Eva EpplerWord order in German-English mixed discourse
So HiranumaSyntactic difficulty in English and Japanese: A textual study
Jasper HolmesThe syntax and semantics of causative verbs
Richard Hudson & Jasper HolmesRe-cycling in the encyclopedia
Hue-Kyung KangQuantifier spreading by English and Korean Children
M. Rita Manzini & Anna RoussouA minimalist theory of A-movement and Control
Eric MathieuWH in situ and intervention effects
Ad Neeleman & Hans van de KootThe configurational matrix
Fuyo OsawaThe relation between Tense and Aspect: The emergence of the T-system
Kriszta SzendrőiA stress-driven approach to the syntax of focus