9780631211174

Anaphora : A Reference Guide

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  • ISBN13:

    9780631211174

  • ISBN10:

    0631211179

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2003-01-02
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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Summary

Anaphora is the study of referential relationships in language. Given the great flowering of the study of this topic in the last decade, it is time for a book that reports on the major results of recent research and sets the stage for further inquiry. The authors represented in Anaphora: A Reference Guide are among the world's leading researchers on anaphora and are ideally suited to meet this goal. Their work draws on theoretical principles and methodologies in linguistics, cognitive psychology, and philosophy, as well as the integrated, broad perspective of cognitive science. These stimulating reports of cutting-edge research will be useful to both undergraduate and graduate students and will find a large audience among professional researchers of anaphora and scholars who want to catch up on what is new and exciting in the area.

Author Biography

Andrew Barss is Associate Professor of Linguistics and Associate Research Social Scientist in Cognitive Science at the University of Arizona. His research interests include anaphora, movement phenomena, and scope; the syntax of logical form; derivational models of syntax and their relation to performance models; and competition-based models of syntactic form and the constraints they impose on semantic interpretation.

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors vii
Preface ix
Acknowledgments xii
Timing Puzzles in Anaphora and Interpretation
1(22)
Andrew Barss
Two Types of Scrambling Constructions in Japanese
23(49)
Ayumi Ueyama
The Psycholinguistics of Anaphora
72(33)
Janet L. Nicol
David A. Swinney
Two Pronominal Mysteries in the Acquisition of Binding and Control
105(22)
Dana McDaniel
Reference Transfers and the Giorgione Problem
127(13)
Mario Montalbetti
Tense and Anaphora: Is There a Tense-Specific Theory of Coreference?
140(32)
Karen Zagona
Surface and Deep Anaphora, Sloppy Identity, and Experiments in Syntax
172(65)
Hajime Hoji
The Logic of Reflexivity and Reciprocity
237(27)
D. Terence Langendoen
Joel Magloire
References 264(15)
Index 279

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