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Department of Cognitive Science
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD 21218-2685
in pdf format
and in postscript
PH.D Thesis: Minimal indirect reference: A theory of the syntax-phonology interface (available upon request) and now available as a book from amazon.com.
I have a Ph.D. in
the University of Pennsylvania. In September 2000 I began a postdoctoral
fellowship in cognitive science at Johns
At Hopkins, I am working on a variety of projects on language acquisition with Dr. Peter Jusczyk and Dr. Geraldine Legendre . Please take a look at the lab newsletter which very briefly describes some of our recent findings.
The importance of bootstrapping phrases . Talk presented at NAPHC2, Montreal. April 2002.
Attention and the comprehension of subject and object wh-questions.
With J. Wetzil, G. Hollich and P. Jusczyk. Poster presented
at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Toronto. April 2002.
Statives and reciprocal morphology in Swahili (Handout) . With Alexis Dimitriadis . Paper presented at the International Conference on Linguistic Theories and Subsaharan Languages, Paris. February 2002.
Compounding Masquerading as Vowel Elision. Paper presented at
the Linguistic Society of America. January 2002.