UMass Sesquicentennial


Dissertations by UMass Linguistics Students

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2013
Farudi, Annahita
Specializations: Syntax
Gapping in Farsi: A Crosslinguistic Investigation

2013
Grant, Margaret
Specializations: Psycholinguistics
The Parsing and Interpretation of Comparatives: More Than Meets The Eye

2012
Elfner, Emily
Specializations: Phonology
Syntax-Prosody Interactions in Irish

2012
Harris, Jesse
Specializations: Psycholinguistics
Processing Perspectives

2012
Heizmann-Dold, Tanja
Specializations: Syntax, First Language Acquisition
Acquisition of Exhaustivity in Clefts & Questions; and the Quantifier Connection - A Crosslinguistic Study of English and German

2012
Key, Michael
Specializations: Phonology
Phonological and Phonetic biases in Speech Perception

2012
McKenzie, Andrew
Specializations: Syntax, Semantics
The Role of Contextual Restriction in Reference-Tracking

2012
Pruitt, Kathryn
Specializations: Phonology, Intonational Meaning
Stress in Harmonic Serialism

2012
Rubinstein, Aynat
Specializations: Semantics
Roots of Modality

2012
Walkow, Martin
Specializations: Syntax, semantics
Goals, Big and Small


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