UCL Psychology and Language Sciences


Contents of UCLWPL 18 (2006)

Edited by Richard Breheny and Mary Pearce

Semantics and Pragmatics
Richard BrehenyNon-specific Specifics and the Source of Existential Closure of Exceptional-Scope Indefinites
Robyn CarstonLinguistic Communication and the Semantics/Pragmatics Distinction
Alison HallFree enrichment or hidden indexicals
Mark JaryAssertion, Context change and knowledge acquistion
Paula Rubio FernandezDelimiting the power of suppression in lexical processing: The question of below-baseline performance
Kate ScottWhen less is more: implicit arguments and relevance theory
Dan Sperber and Deirdre WilsonA Deflationary Account of Metaphor
Hiroyuki UchidaFrozen Scope in Type Logical Grammar
Ana Carrera HernandezGapping as a syntactic dependency
Ad Neeleman and Hans Van De KootThe Nature of Discourse Templates
Marco TamburelliRemarks on Richness
Elinor PaynePhonetic motifs and the formation of sound structure
Mary PearceEvidence against voicing spread in Kera
John HarrisWide-domain r-effects in English
Language Acquisition
Eirini SanoudakiLinking history to first language acquisition: the case of Greek consonant clusters
Marisa SilveiraA preliminary investigation of grammatical gender abilities in Portuguese-speaking children with Specific Language Impairment