Chapter published in:
Studies in Chinese and Japanese Language Acquisition: In honor of Stephen Crain
Edited by Mineharu Nakayama, Yi-ching Su and Aijun Huang
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders 60] 2017
► pp. 147164


Barss, A.
1986Chains and Anaphoric Dependence. PhD dissertation, MIT.Google Scholar
Bošković, Ž. & Takahashi, D.
1998Scrambling and last resort. Linguistic Inquiry 29: 347–366. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chomsky, N.
1973Conditions on transformations. In A Festschrift for Morris Halle, S. Anderson & P. Kiparsky (eds), 232–286. New York NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.Google Scholar
Crain, S.
1991Language acquisition in the absence of experience. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14: 597–612. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Crain, S. & Mckee, C.
1985The acquisition of structural restrictions on anaphora. In Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the North-Eastern Linguistic Society (NELS15), S. Berman, J-W. Choe & J. McDonough (eds), 94–110. Amherst MA: GLSA.Google Scholar
Crain, S. & Thornton, R.
1998Investigations in Universal Grammar: A Guide to Experiments on the Acquisition of Syntax and Semantics. Cambridge MA: The MIT Press.Google Scholar
Fukui, N.
1991Strong and weak barriers: Remarks on the proper characterization of barriers. In Current English Linguistics in Japan, H. Nakajima (ed), 77–93. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1993Parameters and optionality. Linguistic Inquiry 24: 399–420.Google Scholar
Haig, J.H.
1980Some observations on quantifier floating in Japanese. Linguistics 18: 1065–1083. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Harada, S.-I.
1977Nihongo-ni henkei-wa hitsuyoo-da [Japanese grammar requires transformational rules]. Gengo 6(10): 88–95, 6(11): 96–103.Google Scholar
Hayashibe, H.
1975Word order and particles: A developmental study in Japanese. Descriptive and Applied Linguistics 8: 1–18.Google Scholar
Hayashishita, J.-R.
2000Scope ambiguity and scrambling. In Proceedings of the 19th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL19), R. Billerey & B.D. Lillehaugen (eds), 204–271. Somerville MA: Cascadilla Press.Google Scholar
Huang, C.-T. J.
1982Logical Relations in Chinese and the Theory of Grammar. PhD dissertation, MIT.Google Scholar
Kuroda, S.-Y.
1980Bun-kouzou-no hikaku (The comparison of sentence structures). In Niti-eigo Hikaku Kouza, 2:Bunpou (Lectures on Japanese-English Comparative Studies 2: Grammar), T. Kunihiro (ed), 23–61. Tokyo: Taishukan.Google Scholar
Masunaga, K.
1983Bridging. In Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Linguists, S. Hattori & K. Inoue (eds), 455–460. Tokyo: Proceedings Publishing Committee.Google Scholar
Miyagawa, S. 1989Structure and Case Marking in Japanese. New York NY: Academic Press.Google Scholar
1997Against optional scrambling. Linguistic Inquiry 28: 1–26.Google Scholar
Murasugi, K.
1988Structural and pragmatic constraints on children’s understanding of backwards anaphora. UConn Working Papers in Linguistics 2, 40–68. Storrs CT: University of Connecticut.Google Scholar
2000Bunpoo kakutoku: Idou gensyoo-o tyuusin tosite (The acquisition of grammar with special reference to movement). Academia: Literature and Language 68: 223–259. (Nanzan University).Google Scholar
Murasugi, K. & Kawamura, T.
2005On the acquisition of scrambling in Japanese. In The Free Word Order Phenomenon: Its Syntactic Sources and Diversity, J. Sabel & M. Saito (eds), 221–242. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Nakayama, M.
1988Acquisition of Lexical and Structural Properties in Japanese. PhD dissertation, University of Connecticut.Google Scholar
Nemoto, N.
1993Chains and Case Positions: A Study from Scrambling in Japanese. PhD dissertation, University of Connecticut.Google Scholar
Otsu, Y.
1981Universal Grammar and Syntactic Development in Children: Toward a Theory of Syntactic Development. PhD dissertation, MIT.Google Scholar
1994Early acquisition of scrambling in Japanese. In Language Acquisition Studies in Generative Grammar [Language Acquisition and Language Disorders 8], T. Hoekstra & B.D. Schwartz (eds), 253–264. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ross, J.R.
1967Constraints on Variables in Syntax. PhD dissertation, MIT.Google Scholar
Saito, M.
1985Some Asymmetries in Japanese and their Theoretical Implications. PhD dissertation, MIT.Google Scholar
1992Long-distance scrambling in Japanese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 1: 69–118. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2003aA derivational approach to the interpretation of scrambling chains. Lingua 113: 481–518. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2003bOn the role of selection in the application of Merge. In Proceedings of the Thirty-third Annual Meeting of the North-Eastern Linguistic Society (NELS33), M. Kadowaki & S. Kawahara (eds), 323–345. Amherst MA: GLSA.Google Scholar
Saito, M. & Fukui, N.
1998Order in phrase structure and movement. Linguistic Inquiry 29: 439–474. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Saito, M. & Hoji, H.
1983Weak crossover and move α in Japanese. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 1: 245–259. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sano, K.
1977An experimental study on the acquisition of Japanese simple sentences and cleft sentences. Descriptive and Applied Linguistics 10: 213–233.Google Scholar
Sano, T.
2007Early acquisition of copy & movement in a Japanese OSV sentence. In BUCLD 31 Online Proceedings Supplement, H. Caunt-Nulton, S. Kulatilake & I-H. Woo (eds), http://​www​.bu​.edu​/bucld​/files​/2011​/05​/31​-SANO​.pdfGoogle Scholar
Suzuki, T. & Yoshinaga, N.
2013Children’s knowledge of hierarchical phrase structure: Quantifier floating in Japanese. Journal of Child Language 40: 628–655. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Tada, H.
1993A/A-bar Partition in Derivation. PhD dissertation, MIT.Google Scholar
Ueyama, A.
1998Two Types of Dependency. PhD dissertation, University of Southern California.Google Scholar
Yoshimura, N.
1984On parasitic gaps in Japanese: A preliminary study. Ms, University of Southern California.Google Scholar