Typical and Impaired Processing in Morphosyntax

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| National University of Distance Communication Madrid
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The present volume presents research on language processing and language disorders. Topics range across typical language processing, child developmental language disorders, adult neurodegenerative disorders and neurological bases of typical or impaired brains. The chapters cover a number of linguistic phenomena, including relative clauses, empty categories, determiner phrases and inflectional morphology. Work in this collection uses a variety of experimental methods, both online and offline, such as eye tracking, reaction times, Event Related Potentials, picture selection, sentence elicitation and picture matching tasks. This book will be useful for linguists, speech therapists, and psycholinguists working on the processing of morphosyntax.
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders, 64]  Expected December 2020.  vi, 302 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
Introduction: Typical and impaired processing of relative clauses, empty categories and determiner phrases
Vincent Torrens
1–8
Relative clauses
Case(mis)matching in German free relative clauses in the self-paced reading paradigm
Jana Mewe
11–34
Integrating the filler: Evidence from double object constructions in Greek relative clauses
Anastasia Paspali
35–55
When initial thematic role attribution lingers: Evidence for digging-in effects in Italian relative clauses
Sandra Villata and Paolo Lorusso
57–71
Empty categories
Brain responses elicited by implausible fillers and filled object gaps in German
Claudia Felser and Anna Jessen
75–91
Gone with a trace?: Reactivation at PRO positions
Tori Larsen and Christer Johansson
93–118
Priming paradigmatic gaps
Joakim Andreassen Vea and Christer Johansson
119–135
Determiner Phrases
A good-enough representation is not good enough
Loes Koring
139–154
Processing of pronoun gender by Dutch-Russian simultaneous bilinguals: Evidence from eye-tracking
Elena Tribushinina, Julia Lomako, Natalia Gagarina, Ekaterina Abrosova and Pim Mak
155–175
Language impairment
A syntactically based treatment of relative clauses: Three case studies of Italian children with cochlear implant
Silvia d’Ortenzio, Silvia Montino, Alessandro Martini, Patrizia Trevisi and Francesca Volpato
179–209
Language impairment in an Italian child with Trisomy X: Assessment and intervention
Natascha Lantschner and Anna Cardinaletti
211–238
Sentence reading in older adults with and without Mild Cognitive Impairment: The role of Working Memory and Interference Control
María Teresa Martín-Aragoneses, David del Río Grande, Ramón López-Higes Sánchez, José María Prados Atienza, Pedro Montejo Carrasco and María Luisa Delgado-Losada
239–278
The comprehension of wh-questions and passives in German children and adolescents with Down syndrome
Eva Wimmer and Martina Penke
279–302
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDC – Language acquisition
BISAC Subject: LAN009040 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Psycholinguistics