Univeristy of Connecticut Occasional Papers in Linguistics #4

The Proceedings of the Inaugural Confererence on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition—North America (GALANA), Vol. 2

ed. K. U. Deen, J. Nomura, B. Schulz, and B. D. Schwartz, 2006

Volume 2

Where Does It Land?
Yoichi Miyamoto and Keiko Okada
The Parameter of Clitic Climbing: The View from Child Spanish
Miguel Rodríguez-Mondoñedo, William Snyder, and Koji Sugisaki
Default Pronouns and Root Infinitives in Malagasy Acquisition
Dimitrios Ntelitheos and Cecile Manorohanta
Against Morphological Transfer
Eunjeong Oh and Maria Luisa Zubizarreta
Knowledge of Binding, Raising and Passives in Williams Syndrome
Alexandra Perovic and Ken Wexler
The Imperative as RI Analogue: New Data and Competing Theories
Manola Salustri and Nina Hyams
Parameter Missetting and Later Resetting
Manuela Schönenberger
Wh-Scope Marking in German–English and Japanese–English Interlanguage: Does Inter-learner Variation Reflect Syntactic or Processing Differences?
Barbara Schulz
Learnability in the L2A of Semantics
Roumyana Slabakova
Acquisition of L2 Gender: Locating the Source of the Problem
Patti Spinner and Alan Juffs
Evaluating the Variational Model of Language Acquisition
Koji Sugisaki and William Snyder
Shifting Standards: Children’s Understanding of Gradable Adjectives
Kristen Syrett, Evan Bradley, Christopher Kennedy, and Jeffrey Lidz
On the Role of the L1 in the L2 Acquisition of German Word Order by Young English-Speaking Children
Jennie Tran
Prosodic Constraints on the Production of Grammatical Morphemes in Early French: The Case of Determiners
Annie Tremblay
Wh-Movement in L2 Grammars: Evidence for Parameter Resetting
Mari Umeda
Scrambled Indefinite NPs in Child L2 Dutch: Comparing Production and Comprehension
Sharon Unsworth
The Economy Hierarchy of Referential Dependencies in Child Language: Evidence from Dutch VP Ellipsis
Nada Vasic, Sergey Avrutin and Esther Ruigendijk
Children’s Interpretation of Wh-/Every Interaction in Japanese
Kyoko Yamakoshi