UMass Sesquicentennial


Dissertations by UMass Linguistics Students

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2006
Carpenter, Angela
Specializations: phonology
Acquisition of a Natural Versus an Unnatural Stress System

2006
Chambless, Della
Specializations: phonology
Asymmetries in the Acquisition of Consonant Clusters

2006
Landman, Meredith
Specializations: semantics
Variables in Natural Language

2005
Arregui, Ana
Specializations: semantics
On the Accessibility of Possible Worlds: The Role of Tense and Aspect

2005
Gelbart, Benjamin
Specializations: phonetics
Perception of Foreigness

2005
Hirotani, Masako
Specializations: psycholinguistics
Prosody and LF Interpretation: Processing Japanese Wh-questions

2005
Menendez-Benito, Paula
Specializations: Semantics
The Grammar of Choice

2005
Morzycki, Marcin
Specializations: semantics, syntax
Modifier Interpretation ad Functional Structure

2004
Coetzee, Andries
Specializations: phonetics, phonology
What it means to be a loser--non-optimal candidates in optimality theory

2004
Kim, Ji-Yung
Specializations: semantics
Scope: The View from Indefinites


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