John Grinstead

List of John Benjamins publications for which John Grinstead plays a role.

Journal

Titles

Generative Linguistics and Acquisition: Studies in honor of Nina M. Hyams

Edited by Misha Becker, John Grinstead and Jason Rothman

Subjects Generative linguistics | Language acquisition | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics
Subjects Language acquisition | Psycholinguistics | Romance linguistics | Theoretical linguistics

Articles

Becker, Misha, John Grinstead and Jason Rothman 2013 IntroductionGenerative Linguistics and Acquisition: Studies in honor of Nina M. Hyams, Becker, Misha, John Grinstead and Jason Rothman (eds.), pp. 1–10
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Grinstead, John, Dan McCurley, Teresa Pratt, Patrick Obregon and Blanca Flores 2013 The semantics of the tense deficit in child Spanish SLIGenerative Linguistics and Acquisition: Studies in honor of Nina M. Hyams, Becker, Misha, John Grinstead and Jason Rothman (eds.), pp. 107–128
Children with SLI manifest difficulties with tense, however it is not clear whether it is limited to morphosyntax or extends to semantics. Typically-developing children show a bias towards using the telicity of predicates to guide their use of grammatical aspect and tense – possibly for information… read more | Article
Grinstead, John 2009 IntroductionHispanic Child Languages: Typical and impaired development, Grinstead, John (ed.), pp. xiii–xx
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Existing research into specific language impairment in Spanish utilizes primarily spontaneous production data and concludes that children do not have problems with verb finiteness. In contrast, we show, through a new receptive measure, the “Grammaticality Choice Task”, that the distribution of the… read more | Article
Vargas-Tokuda, Marissa, John Grinstead and Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach 2009 Context and the Scalar Implicatures of Indefinites in Child SpanishHispanic Child Languages: Typical and impaired development, Grinstead, John (ed.), pp. 93–116
In this chapter we review current work on the semantics-pragmatics interface in the adult language and present a description, from earlier work, of the distinct distribution and properties of two Spanish indefinite determiners: unos and algunos. We evaluate the degree to which current theories are… read more | Article
Grinstead, John 1998 Negation and Independent Morphological DevelopmentRomance Linguistics: Theoretical Perspectives, Schwegler, Armin, Bernard Tranel and Myriam Uribe-Etxebarria (eds.), pp. 97 ff.
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