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Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
Vol. 3:2 (1988) ► pp. 277282
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1996. A dim monocular view of Universal-Grammar access. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 716 ff. Crossref logo
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1996. Full access to the evidence for falsification. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 717 ff. Crossref logo
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1996. What we have to explain in foreign language learning. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 718 ff. Crossref logo
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1996. Access to Universal Grammar: The real issues. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 718 ff. Crossref logo
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1996. Parameter-setting in second language acquisition – explanans and explanandum. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 720 ff. Crossref logo
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1996. How adult second language learning differs from child first language development. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 721 ff. Crossref logo
DeGraff, Michel
1996. UG and acquisition in pidginization and creolization. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 723 ff. Crossref logo
Epstein, Samuel David, Suzanne Flynn & Gita Martohardjono
1996. Second language acquisition: Theoretical and experimental issues in contemporary research. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 677 ff. Crossref logo
Epstein, Samuel David, Suzanne Flynn & Gita Martohardjono
1996. Universal Grammar and second language acquisition: The null hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 746 ff. Crossref logo
Eubank, Lynn
1996. Methodological problems with Epstein, Flynn, and Martohardjono's research. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 724 ff. Crossref logo
Freidin, Robert
1996. Adult language acquisition and Universal Grammar. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 725 ff. Crossref logo
Gregg, Kevin R.
1996. UG and SLA: The access question, and how to beg it. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 726 ff. Crossref logo
Grewendorf, Günther
1996. Does second language grow?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 727 ff. Crossref logo
Hale, Ken
1996. Can UG and L1 be distinguished in L2 acquisition?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 728 ff. Crossref logo
Hale, Mark
1996. Competence and performance in language acquisition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 730 ff. Crossref logo
Harrington, Michael
1996. L2 access to UG: Now you see it, now you don't. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 731 ff. Crossref logo
Kanno, Kazue
1996. In support of the early presence of functional categories in second language acquisition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 732 ff. Crossref logo
Li, Ping
1996. Why don't L2 learners end up with uniform and perfect linguistic competence?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 733 ff. Crossref logo
Liceras, Juana M.
1996. To “grow” and what “to grow,” that is one question. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 734 ff. Crossref logo
Lieberman, Philip
1996. Universal Grammar and critical periods: A most amusing paradox. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 735 ff. Crossref logo
MacWhinney, Brian
1996. Language is learned. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 735 ff. Crossref logo
Newmeyer, Frederick J.
1996. Some incorrect implications of the fullaccess hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 736 ff. Crossref logo
O'Grady, William
1996. Syntactic representations and the L2 acquisition device. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 737 ff. Crossref logo
Otero, Carlos P.
1996. Language growth after puberty?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 738 ff. Crossref logo
Schwartz, Bonnie D.
1996. Now for some facts, with a focus on development and an explicit role for the L1. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 739 ff. Crossref logo
Sechidou, Irene
2005. Finikas Romika: A Greek Para-Romani variety. Romani Studies 15:1  pp. 51 ff. Crossref logo
Smith, M. A. Sharwood
1996. Metalinguistic ability and primary linguistic data. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 740 ff. Crossref logo
Sorace, Antonella
1996. On gradience and optionality in non-native grammars. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 741 ff. Crossref logo
Sprouse, Rex A.
1996. Appreciating the poverty of the stimulus in second language acquisition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 742 ff. Crossref logo
Thomas, Margaret
1996. “Full access” and the history of linguistics. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 743 ff. Crossref logo
Torrego, Esther
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1996. Partial transfer, not partial access. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:4  pp. 744 ff. Crossref logo
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