UMass Sesquicentennial


Dissertations by UMass Linguistics Students

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2009
Shinya, Takahito
Specializations: Intonation, Phonology, Phonetics
The Role of Lexical Contrast in the Perception of Intonational Prominence in Japanese

2009
Stickney, Helen
Specializations: Pillaging, Nicaraquan Sign Language, Acquisition of Syntax
The Emergence of DP in the Partitive Structure

2009
Ussery, Cherlon
Specializations: morphology
Optionality and Variability in Agreement: Syntactic Licensing Meets Morphological Spell-Out

2009
Werle, Adam
Specializations: clitics, prosodic phonology, syntax-phonology interface, Wakashan languages
Word, Phrase, and Clitic Prosody in Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian

2008
Wolf, Matthew
Specializations: Phonology
Optimal Interleaving: Phonology-Morphology Interactions in a Serial Constraint-Based Model

2007
Flack Potts, Kathryn
Specializations: phonology
The Typology of Word-Initial Restrictions

2007
Kawahara, Shigeto
Specializations: Phonology, Japanese Linguistics
The Emergence of Phonetic Naturalness

2007
Tessier, Anne-Michelle
Specializations: phonology, acquisition
Biases and stages in phonological acquisition

2007
Verbuk, Anna
Specializations: acquisition
Acquisition of Scalar Implicatures

2006
Alonso-Ovalle, Luis
Specializations: semantics
Disjunction in Alternative Semantics


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