Coyote Papers:
Working Papers in Linguistics


Volume 15: Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics, Psycholinguistic and Computational Perspectives. (2007). Edited by Jordan Brewer, Polly O'Rourke and Peter Richtsmeier. (Available in print. Full text available online!)

Cover
Notes on cover art
Table of Contents
Preface
Abstracts

  • Stephen W. Briner, Philip M. McCarthy, and Danielle S. McNamara. Autoprop: A Tool To Automate the Construction of Psychological Propositions.
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  • Jason Ginsburg and Sandiway Fong. Modeling Q-Feature Movement in Japanese.
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  • Charles Hall, Philip M. McCarthy, Gwyneth A. Lewis, Debra S. Lee, and Danielle S. McNamara. Using COH-Metrix To Assess Differences Between English Language Varieties.
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  • Rong Liu. Is Repition Priming Accessing the Same Lexical Entry Twice?
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  • Polly O'Rourke. The Gender Congruency Effect in Bare Noun Production in Spanish.
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  • Xin Wang. Does Semantic Activation Spread Across Languages? An Experimental Study with Chinese-English Bilinguals.
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