Guide to the Stanley Legum experimental linguistics collection, 1960s-1970s

Stanley Legum experimental linguistics C0125


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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Creator Stanley E. Legum
Title Stanley Legum experimental linguistics collection
Date 1960s-1970s
Physical Characteristics 27 linear ft.; 18 boxes
Abstract This collection contains research materials on linguistics in the areas of generative-transformational syntax, phonology, reading, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics. It includes work by LaBov, Bach Peters, Karttunen, G. Lakoff, R. Lakoff, Chomsky, Ross, Berdan, McCawley, and many others.
Collection number C0125
Language English

Biographical Information

Stanley Legum studied linguistics and lived in Fairfax, Virginia.

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Scope and Content

This collection contains research materials on linguistics in the areas of generative-transformational syntax, phonolgy, reading, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics. It includes work by LaBov, Bach Peters, Karttunen, G. Lakoff, R. Lakoff, Chomsky, Ross, Berdan, McCawley, and many others.

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Arrangement

This collection is arranged by subject.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Index Terms

Subjects:

Linguistics.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Stanley Legum experimental linguistics collection, Collection #C0125, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Stanley Legum in 1982.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in April 2009.

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Contents List

Box Folder
1 1 LSA Handouts, 1980
2 Mallory, Evonne G., Sequential features in Early Black Child Language
Master Thesis
3 Toronto Semiotic Circle, 1978
Victoria University, Toronto No.3
4 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No. 7, February 1979
5 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No. 8, March 1979
6 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No. 9, May 1979
7 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No. 10, May 1979
8 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No. 11, May 1979
9 Working Papers In Sociolinguistics-Darnell No. 57, April 1979
10 Working Papers in Sociolinguistics-Kochman No. 58, April 1979
11 Working Papers in Sociolinguistics-Scollon + Scollan No. 59, April 1979
12 Working Papers in Sociolinguistics No. 88-92, November 1981
13 Partee and Sabsay, Bibliography: Logic and Language, June 1970
14 Working Papers in Sociolinguistics No. 81-87, June 1981
15 Working Papers in Sociolinguistics No. 67-73, May 1980
16 Coker, Pamela, On the Acquisition of Temporal Terms, 1975
17 Geis, M Adverbial Subordinate Clauses In English, February 1970
Dissertation
18 Natalicio and Williams, Repetition As An oral Language Assessment Technique, March 1971
19 Working Papers In Linguistics No. 11, February 1972
20 Technical Report No. 119, March 1970
21 Models for the Reading Process
Working Paper No. 38
22 Linguistics and Spelling
Working Paper No. 15
23 Working Papers In Linguistics No. 8, June 1971
24 How A Child Needs To Think to Read, July 1970
Technical Report No. 131
25 A Preliminary Bibliography of American English Dialects, November 1979
26 Coker, Pam
Papers and Resume
27 Melmed, Black English Phonology: The Question of Reading Interference, 1970
28 Munro, et. Al. Memory for Three Types of Texts, mailed January 4, 1979
29 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No. 12, May 1979
30 Lakoff, Deep and Surface Grammar, 1968
31 Cremer and Teplitzky, An Investigation of a Multi-Stage Characterization of Electronics Troubleshooting, July 1969
32 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No.1, February 1978
33 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No.2, February 1978
34 Gass, A Semantic for Relative Clause Formation, Winter 1977
35 Kincaid Granddaddy and the Bees, February 1975
36 Passow, Secondary Education Reform: Retrospect and Prospect, April 7-8, 1976
Box Folder
2 1 Lakoff, If's, And's and But's About Conjunction, April 1970
2 Labov, On The Adequacy of Natural Languages, February 20, 1971
3 Chomsky, Conditions On Transformations, November 1971
4 Kuno, Report No. NSF-20 Mathematical Linguistics and Automatic Translation, May 1968
5 Working Papers In Sociolinguistics Nos. 74-80, November 1980
6 Goodluck, Papers In the Structure and Development of Child Language Volume 4
7 Lakoff, Report No. NSF-20 Pronominalization and the Analysis of Adverbs, May 1968
8 Explorations In Sociolinguistics, Spring 1966
9 Lakoff, Linguistics and Natural Logic, April 1970
10 Natalicio and Williams, Repetition as a Oral Language Assessment Technique, 1971
11 Mitchell-Kernan, Language Behavior In A Black Urban Community, October 1969
12 McNeill, The Development of Language
13 Labov, Learning The Syntax of Questions, June 19-26, 1976
14 Descriptive and Applied Linguistics Vol. X, April 1977
15 Kamei, On the Syntactic Structure in Aphasic Hemisphere-damaged Patients, 1977
16 Hart, Reading Is Languaging In Print, August 1976
17 Bickerton, Pidgin and Creole Studies
18 Greenbaum, Acceptability Experiment: Compliance and Evaluation Test, June 1976
19 Baily, The State of Non-State Linguistics
20 Salus, The Phonology of 'Three'
21 Arderson, et. Al., Early Sign Communication and Skilled Use of English among Deaf Students
22 Proceedings of the Eleventh International Congress of Linguists, August 28 - September 1972
23 Spatial Networks As A Site For the Study of Language and Thought, Rec'd October 21, 1976
24 Stotsky, Sentence Combining as a Curricular Activity, 1975
25 Shih, Unobtrusive Data Collection: An Evaluation of the Appropriate Methodology, 1978
26 Heller, "Bonjour, Hello": Negotiations of Language Choice in Montreal, July 1978
27 Weller, Measurement of the Degree of Bilingualism and Biculturalism of American Teenagers Living in Mexico, 1977 - July 1978
28 Deuchar, Diglossia And British Sign Language, July 1878
29 Brady, Peer Group Evaluation of Narrative Competence: A Navajo Example, July 1978
30 "Development of a Theory of Language", 1976
31 Chomsky, Write First Read Later, 1971
Second Language Acquisition and Language Universals Delaware Symposium
32 Felker and Rose, The case of FCC's Marine Radio Rules for Recreational Boaters, February 1981
33 Employment Status of Ph.D. Scientists and Engineers , 1973 and 1975
34 Legum, The Acquisition of Adverbial Noun Complements, 1976
35 Legum, Strategies In the Acquisition of Relative Clauses, December 1976
Draft: 10
36 Close, An Analysis and Arrangement of Verb Patterns, 1977
37 How Sister Got Into the Grog, November 1975
38 Doctoral Scientists and Engineers On the United States Profile, 1975
39 Kiparsky, Phonological Change, 1961-1962
Dissertation
40 Language Ability Grades, Seven, Eight, and Nine
41 Metcalf, Riverside English Preface, 1971
Box Folder
3 1 Papers In Language Use and Language Function No. 4, 1978
2 Driver, The Accomplishment of Inquiry Sequences by Children in informal Classroom setting, August 1977
3 Complex Sentences
4 Semantics
5 Discourse
6 Relative Clauses
7 The Acquisition of Comparatives
8 Connectives
9 Syntactic
10 Passives
11 Semantic: Organization
12 Temporal Terms
13 Miscellany
14 Pronominalization
15 Adjectives
16 Particles and Dative Constructions
17 Miscellany
Box Folder
4 1 Ajay, Glossary of Style-Related Terms
2 Amidon and Carey, Why Five-Year old cannot Understand Before and After
3 Anderson, "Subordinate Highest Clauses", 1970
4 Annear, Relative Clauses and Conjunctions
5 Anshen-Brikerton, Labov, and Inherent Variability
6 Anshen, Varied Objections to Various Rules
7 Anshen, Some Date Which Don't Fit Some Models
8 Anshen, speech Variation Among Negroes in a Small Southern Community
9 Bach, Nouns and Noun phrases
10 Bach, A Note On Problominatlization
11 Bach, Have and Be In English Syntax
12 Bach, On Some Recurrent Types of Transformations
13 Bach, Anti-Pronominalization
14 Back, Pseudo-cleft Sentences
15 Bailey, The Patterning of Language Variation
16 Bailey, Contributions of the study of variation to the framework of the New Linguistics
17 Barclay, The Role of Comprehension in Remembering Sentences
18 Berdan, The Potential of Language Bias In and Spelling Achievement Tests For Speakers of
19 Berdan, Disambiguation With Tag Question As A Measure or Dialect Comprehension
20 Berdan, The Use of Z Morphology By Anglo and Black Children
21 Berdan, The Ideal Speech Community In Empirical Linguistic Research
22 Berdan, The Use of Convergent Communication for Linguistic Data Collection
23 Berdan, Methodological Problems In Assessing Nonstandard Dialect -- A Review of 4 Papers
24 Berdan, The Use of Linguistically Determined Groups in Sociolinguistic Research
25 Berdan, Probability VS. Obligatory and Optional
26 Berdan, Dialect Differences Among Anglo and Black Children
27 Berdan, Description of Computer Programming and Processing Needs For Child Language Survey
28 Berdan, Tryout of the Annotated Reading Program of Black English
29 Berdan, Trip Report on Southeastern Conference on Linguistics, 1973
(Secol IX)
30 Berdan, An Annotated Bibliography of Structured Elicitation Techniques
31 Berdan, Black English for Educators
32 Berdan, Development of a Framework for a Theory of Bi-Lingualism
33 Berdan, Development of a dialect Differentiation Measure for Black English: A Pilot Study
34 Berdan, Have/Got in the Speech of Children (TN)
35 Berdan, Development of a Framework for a Theory of Bi-Lingualism
36 Berdan, The Necessity of Variable Rules
37 Berdan, Probability and Variable Rules: A Formal Interpretation
38 Berdan, Sociolinguistic Variation in the Speech of Young Children
39 Berdan, A Prototype Diagnostic test For Identifying Speakers of Black English
40 Bessemer, Performance of Equivalence Discrimination Tasks By Kindergarten and Pre-School Children
41 Bickerton, Quantitative Versus Dynamic Paradigms: The Case of Montreal "Que"
42 Bickerton, Inherent, Variability and Variable Rules
43 Bickerton, Palenquero: A Spanish-based Creole of Northern Columbia
44 Bierwisch, Reviews, 1970
45 Blaubergs, short-term Memory Limitations of Decoding Self-Embedded Sentences
46 Briggs, Visual Confusions With Aural Presentation -- Auditory Confusions with Visual Presentation
47 Bransford, Sentence Memory: A Constructive VS Interp Approach
48 Brown, Children's Comprehension of Relativized English Sentences
49 Carden, Dialect Variation and Abstract Syntax
50 Carden, A Problem With Primacy, 1970
51 Carden, Appositive Relatives and Singular Quantifiers, December 30, 1975
52 Carden, A Note on Conflicting Idiolects
53 Carden, Disambiguation, favored readings, and Variable Rules
54 Carden, Double Negatives and Guttman Scales
55 Carden, Dialect Variations an Abstract Syntax
56 Cedargren, On the Nature of Variable Constraints
57 Clark, Some Aspects of the Conception Basis for First Language Acquisition
58 Clark, Linguistic Processes In Deductive Reasoning
59 Clark, Role of Semantics in Remembering comparative Sentences
60 Coker, An Empirical Test of Semantic hypotheses Relevant to Language of Young Children
61 Coker, The Development of Before and After, November 30, 1974
62 Cokman, Why the Only Interesting Syntactic Dialects Are the Uninteresting Ones
63 Coots, Teaching Spatial Adjective Comparative Concepts
64 Coots, Training and Transfer of Polar Spatial Adjective Knowledge
65 Coots, Relational Concepts Knowledge and General Classroom Performance
66 Coots, Free Recall of Color Names by Kindergarten Children
67 Coots, Relationship Between Equivalence Discrimination and Knowledge of Spatial
68 Cromer, The Development of Temporal Reference during the Acquisition of Language
69 Current Child Language Resumes, Abstracts from Papers and Reports On Child Language Development
70 DeCamp, What do Implication Scales Imply
Box Folder
5 1 Bailey, Notes on Syntax used by tougaloo students
2 Baratz, Beginning Readers for Speakers of Divergent Dialects
3 Baratz, A bi-dialectal Task For Determining Language Proficiency in Economically Disadvantaged Negro
2 copies
4 Baratz, Language Abilities of Black American Review of Research, 1969-1970
5 Baratz, Early Childhood Intervention The Social Science Base Institutional Racism
6 Baratz, Grammatical Constructions in the Language of the Negro Preschool Child
7 Baratz, Early Childhood Intervention
8 Baratz, Effect of Race of Experimenter Instructions, and Comparison Population
9 Bates, Pragmatic Factors In the Acquisition of Word Order
10 Bemer, The Economics of Program Production
11 Benjamin, Psychopathology and Semantic Interpretation of Ambiguous Words
12 Bennett, A Negro Patois Part 1
13 Bennett, A Negro Patois Part 2
14 Berdiansky, Spelling-Sound Relations
15 Berdiansky, An analysis of the Stimulus-response
16 Bernstein, Their Social Origins and Some Consequences
17 Bernstein, Language and Social Class
18 Bernstein, Hesitation, phenomena and Intelligence
19 Bernstein, Social Class, Linguistic codes and Grammatical Elements
20 Bernstein, A Socio-linguistic Approach to Social Learning
21 Bernstein, A Sociolinguist Approach to Socialization With Some Reference to Educability
22 Bessemer, Discrimination of Lifted Weights By Young Children
23 Bessemer, An Exploratory Analysis Based on Technical Vocabulary
24 Bessemer, Priorities for Research on Concepts Related to Function
25 Bessemer, Comprehension Considerations in SWRL Reading Instruction
26 Bessemer, The Role of Skills Analysis In Instruction Design
27 Bessemer, Retention of Discriminations and an Analysis of Learning Set
28 Bever, On the Acquisition Syntax: A Critique of "contextual Generalization"
29 Bibliography - ERIC
30 Bibliographies -- Scholarly
31 Blout, Bibliography On Language Acquisition and Cognition
32 Acquisition and Cognition
33 Bock, Contributions of Multivariate Experimental Designs to Education Research
34 Bloom, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives
35 Blumenthal, Multinomial Sampling With Partially Categorized Data
Board of Education of the City of N.Y. Nonstandard Dialect
36 Bouton, Identity Constraints On the Do-So Rule
37 Bowerman, Structural Relationships In Children's Utterances: Syntactic or Semantic?
38 Bowers, Adjectives and Adverbs In English
39 Boyle, Computer-Scored, Programmed Test Monitors Student Progress
40 Braine, The Acquisition of Language In Infant and Child
41 Bresnan, In Complementizers: Toward A Syntactic Theory of Complement Types
42 Bridgeman, More Classes of Verbs in English
43 Brink, Rasch's Logistical Model VS The Guttman Model
44 Brooks, A Framework for Science and Technology Policy
45 Brown, The First Sentences of Child And Chimpanzee
46 Brown, Derivational Complexity and Order of Acquisition In Child Speech
47 Bruner, Eleven Hypotheses In Search of a Method
48 Butters, What is 'data' In the Expanding Domain
49 Campbell, R and D Funding Policies of the National Institute of Education: Review and Recommendations
50 Chafe, Foundations of Language
51 Chilton, Comparison of Simple Statistical Test for Scalogram Analysis
52 Champman, The Interpretation of Deviant Sentences
53 Chomsky, Remarks on Nominalization
54 Chotlos, A Statistical and Comparative Analysis of Individual Written Language Samples
55 Cintas, Southeastern Conference On Linguistics Scecol IX, 1973-
Bibliography
56 Clark, Linguistic Processes In Deductive Reasoning
57 Clark, Semantics in Language Acquisition
58 Clark, Deictic Constracts In Language Acquisition
59 Clark, General Bibliography In Psycholinguisitics
60 Clark, Space, Time, Semantics and The Child
61 Cliff, On the Relation Between Unidimensional Judgments and Multidimensional Judgments and Multidimensional Scaling
62 Cofer, Adverbial-ly
63 Coffman, Essay Examinations
64 Coker, Design of the Kindergarten Program Entry Survey
65 Coleman, The Simplest Experimental Design That Permits Multiple Generalization
Box Folder
6 1 Collier, Estimates of Test Size For Several Test Procedures Based On Conventional Variance Ratios In the Repeated Measures Design
2 Coots, Development of The Language of Comparison: A Literature Review
3 Culicover, The Freezing Principle
4 Dansereau, Dallas Independent School District Final Report For Targeted Achievement In Reading Program
5 Dalby, La Place de L'indice de reference
6 Davison, The Indigenous Scripts of West Africa and Surinam: Their Inspiration and Design
7 DeCamp, Clause Connections and Reasons Adverbids
8 Decamp, Implicational Scales and Sociolinguistic Linearity
9 DeCamp, African Day-Names in Jamaica
10 DeCamp, Continuities and Discontinuities in Afro-American Societies and Cultures
11 DeCamp, Creole language Areas Considered As Multilingual Communities
12 DeCamp, Dimensions of English Usage, 1966
13 DeCamp, The Field of Creole Language Studies
14 DeCamp, Is A Sociolinguistic Theory Possible
15 DeCamp, Mock Bidding In Jamaica
16 DeCamp, Studies In Language, Literature, and Culture of the Middle ages and Later
17 DeCamp, Toward A Formal Theory of sociolinguistics
18 DeCamp, Toward A Generative Analysis of A Post-Creole Speech
19 Dillard, Optional Ordering Rules and Genetic relationships In Pidgin-Derived Languages
20 Donaldson and Balfour, Less Is More: A Study Of Language Comprehension In Children
21 Dong, English Sentences Without Overt Grammatical Subject
22 Dratt, The Loss of the Prefix GE-In The Modern English Verb and Some of Its Consequences
23 Elliott and Needleman, Hyperlexia and The Relationship Between Spech and Writing
24 Duncan, Dominguez Hills Dialect Studies
25 Elliott, Exclamations: Conjunctive Questions
26 Elliott, Noun Phrases Extraposition In Sentences With Exclamatory Predicates
27 Elliott, Toward a Grammar of Exclamations
28 Elliott, Legum, and Thompson, Syntactic Variation as Linguistic Data
29 Emonds, How Abstract Is Word Order? English as an SVO Language
30 Esou, Transition Markers and Paragraph Coherence
31 Fasold, Three Models for Dealing with Socially Significant Linguistic Variation
32 Feldman, The Role of Underdeterminancy and Reference In The Sentence Recall of Young Children
33 Feldman, The Interaction of Sentence Characteristics and Mode of Presentation in Recall
34 Fiege-Koilman, Definition and Concept Formation
35 Fillmore, The Case for Chase
36 Fischer, The Acquisition of Verb-particle and Dative Construction
37 Follettie, Number of Measures (n) Required to Evaluate How A Linguistic Will Be Represented
38 Follettie, Training Research and Development: lessons from Its Past
39 Fonagy, Double Coding In Speech
40 Francis, A Teacher's Manual For a Special Program In Freshman English
41 Fraser, A Note On The Spray Paint Case
42 Fraser, Some Remarks On the Action nominalization in English
43 Frasar, Some Remarks About The Indirect Object in English
44 Frishberg, Time On Our Hands
45 Gaer, Children's Understand and production of Sentences
46 Givon, Some Noun-to-Noun Derivation Affixes
47 Goals of Linguistic Theory Conference Texas, October 1969
48 Gold, Tests Auxiliary To X2 Tests In A Markov Chain
49 Goodman, Simultaneous Confidence Intervals For Contrast Among Multinomial Populations
50 Goodman, On Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Multinomial Populations
51 Goodman, Simple Statistical Methods For Scalogram Analysis
52 Goodman, the Gospel According to Marc(ellus) Snow
53 Green, A Method of Scalogram Analysis Using Summary Statistics
54 Greenbaum, Contextual Influence On Acceptability Judgments
55 Greenbaum, Positional Norms Adverbs
56 Greenbaum, Studies In English Adverbial Usage
57 Greenbaum and Quirck, Use and Attitude: The Relation Between Test Results
58 Greenbaum, Frequency and Acceptability
59 Griffin, Extending a Corpus: Language Games for Analyzing Pragmatics
60 Grubar, Studies In Lexical Relations
61 Gruber, Correlations Between the Syntactic Constructions of the Child and of the Adult
62 Guttman, A Basis For Scaling Qualitative Data
63 Guttman, Order Analysis of Correlation Matrices
64 Huttenlocher, The Origins of Language Comprehension
Box Folder
7 1 Hafner, Strong Inference and Weak Interactions
2 Hakes, Sentence Comprehension and Relative Pronouns
3 Halle, Stress Rules In English
4 Hamburger, Mathematical Theory of Learning Transformational Grammar
5 Harms, The ABC's of Generative Phonology, 1967
6 Harms, Split Shift and Merger In the Permic Vowels
7 Hatch, Annual Supplement to Literature Survey On Child Language
8 Hatch, First Language Acquisition and Second Language Learning
9 Hatch, Sequencing Language Structures for Model 2 Communication Skills Program
10 Hatch, The Young Child's Comprehension of Relative Clauses
11 Hatch, The Five Year Old's Comprehension of Expanded and Transformed
12 Heise, Separating Reliability and Stability In test Retest Correlation
13 Hempel, Deductive Nomological vs. Statistical Explanation, Scientific Explanation, Space, and Time
14 Hendricks, Current Trends In Discourse Analysis
15 Hendricks, Methodology of Narrative Structural Analysis
16 Hendricks, The structural Study of Narrative: Sample Analysis
17 Hendricks, Style and the Structure of Literary Discourse
18 Hill, The Sequence of Tenses With "If" Clauses
19 Hiller, Review of the Literature on the Concept of Vagueness and its Defin. As a psychol. Construct
20 Hinds, Optional Pronominalization In Discourse
21 Hochster, Subordinate Clause Raising and Lexical Gap
22 Holmquist, Selected Bibliography on Performative Theory
23 Holzman, Ellipsis in Discourse: Implications - Computer ling. Analysis, child language acq. And semantic theory
24 Hopkins, The Analysis of Repeated Measures Designs
25 Howes, A Word Count of Spoken English
26 Hymes, The Ethnography of Speaking
27 Ikegami, The Semological Structure of the English Verbs of Motion
28 Jencks, What color is IQ? Intelligence and race
29 Jemkins, The Comprehensive of Ambiguities
30 Jenkins, On the relevance of psycho linguistic data
31 Jenkins, On the relevance of psycho linguistic data
32 Jenkins, Some surface linguistic classes with conceptual relevance
33 Jenkins, Some surface linguistic classes with conceptual relevance
34 Jenkins, Syntax Considerations in Stories for Beginning Readers
35 Jensen, Discussion of
36 Jensen, An embattled hypothesis
37 Karni, The use of smallest space analysis in studying
38 Karrer, A Chomsky Bibliography
39 Karttunen, Conference and discourse
40 Karttunen, Definite Description with Crossing Conference
41 Karttunen, The Identity of Noun Phrases
42 Karttunen, The Logic of English Predicate Complement Construction
43 Karttunen, Presupposition and Ling. Context, Theoretical Linguistics
44 Karttunen, Remarks on presuppositions
45 Karttunen, What do Referential Indices Refer To?
46 Karttunen, Syntax and Semantics of Questions
47 Kasher, Mood Implicatures: A Logical Way of Doing Generative Pragmatics, Theoretical Ling
48 Keats, Test Theory
49 Keenan, The Logical Diversity of Natural Language
50 Kimura, The Asymmetry of the Human Brain
51 Kimura, Cerebral Dominance and the perception of Verbal Stimuli
52 Kimura, Dual function asymmetry of the brain in visual perception
53 Kimura, Left-right differences in the perception of melodies
54 Kimura, Some Effect of Temporal Damage on Auditory Perception
55 Kimura, Speech lateralization in young children as determined by an auditory test
56 Kiparsky, FACT
57 Kirsner, Natural focus and agentive interpretation: on the semantics of Dutch expletive
58 Kirsner, On Pragmatic Inference and Communicative Strategies
59 Kirsner, The role of Zullen in the grammar of modern standard Dutch
60 Kirsner, Less is More: the Semantics of Sensory Verb Complements in English
61 Klingsporn, The Significance of Variability
62 Kochman, Orality and Literacy As Factors of "Black" and White communicative behavior
63 Kochman, Cross-Cultural Communication: Contrasting Perspectives Conflicting Sensibilities
64 Kochman, Language behavior in the negro Ghetto
65 Kochman, Rapping in the black ghetto
66 Kochman, The Power Axis: A Cognitive Residue of Inter-Racial Encounters
67 Kochman, Social factors in the consideration of teaching standard English
68 Koutsoudas, The A Over A convention
69 Koutsoudas, Gapping, conjunction reduction, and coordinate deletion
70 Koutsoudas, On the Non-Sufficiency of Extrinsic Order
71 Krashen, On the Pseudo-cleft
72 Koutsoudas, On WH-Words in English
73 Koutsoudas, The Strike Order Fallacy
74 Koutsoudas, Unordered Rule Hypotheses
75 Koutsoudas, On the Application of Phonological Rules
76 Krashen, Language and the left hemisphere, February 16, 1972 and October 1972
77 Krashen, A Model of Adult Second language Performance, December 1975
(2 copies)
78 Krashen, Presupposition in Syntax and Semantics
79 Krashen, Semantic Correlates of syntactic structure
80 Krashen, The Sentence and Structure of English: A Reference Manual
81 Krashen, Temporal Order
82 Kurylowicz, Ergativeness and the stadial theory of linguistic develop
Box Folder
8 1 Lance, Chapter 1 - Constituents of the noun phrase
2 Langacker, On Pronominalization and the Chain of Command
3 Langenbruch, Local Adverbials in English
4 Larson, The verbal response of groups to the absence of presence of leadership
5 Larson, Forms of analysis and small group problems-solving
6 Leathers, Testing for determinant interactions in the small group communication process
7 Legum, The Acquisition of adverbial Noun Complements
8 Legum, AERA Trip Report, 1973
9 Legum, Trip Report, La Jolla
10 Legum, Report on Speech delivered to the 5th regional meeting
11 Legum, Sketch of English adverbs
12 Legum, On the node Label "adv"
13 Legum, Analysis of child language survey data
14 Legum, The verb particle const. In English basic or derived
15 Legum, On the Acquisition of Subjoined Clauses
16 Legum, Some Child language and Socio-linguistic constraints on linguistic Method theory
17 Legum, Comments on Politzer an Bartley "Standard English and Nonstandard dialects"
18 Legum, An Overview of linguistic Domains for Individualized Diagnostic
19 Legum, Coordinate Structure in Japanese
20 Legum, Comments on Politzer an Bartley "Standard English and Nonstandard dialects"
21 Legum, Preliminary views on black English characteristics
22 Legum, On rule ordering
23 Legum, Texas conference on the goals of linguistic theory
24 Legum, Social dialects and reading
25 Legum, Address label program: instructions to users
26 Legum, Papers, University 113
27 Legum, Interaction of theoretical analyses with development of instruct. Systems
28 Legum, Conceptual framework for the design of a composition program
29 Legum, A basic study of English homographs - A problem in highspeed
30 Legum, The Acquisition of Adverbial Noun Complements
31 Legum, Art Analysis program: The offering of Cain and Abel
32 Legum, Social Dialects and Their Implications for Beg. Rdg. Instruction
33 Lehrer, Verbs, and deletable objects
34 Levin, Leoard Type IV Errors and Interactions
35 Lingoes, A Set-theoretic model for analyzing dichotomous items
Linguistic Society of American Program
36 McCawley, How to find Semantic University in the Event that there Are Any
37 McCawley, English as a VSO language
38 McCawley, Meaning and the description of Language
39 McCawley, Where do noun phrases come from?
40 Macaully, Specifically speaking., May 7, 1972
Paper hand-out
41 Mackay, Phoneme repetition in the structure of language
42 Macaulay, Agency, stativity and the character of the English verb
43 Macaulay, Negative Prestige, Linguistic Insecurity and Linguistic Self-Hatred
44 Macaullary, "I don't really Believe in That Middle Class you know, Myself, to be honest"
45 Marascuilo, Appropriate Post Joc Comparisons for Interaction and
46 Martinet, Function, structure, and sound change
47 Mavrogenes, Concise Guide/Standard/Secondary and College read test
48 Menzel, Complementation and Historical Syntax
49 Meredith, Statistics and Data Analysis, 1974
Annual Review
50 Michell, The interpretation of ambiguously implicative verbs
51 Milholland, Theory and Techniques of Assessment
52 Milner, Comparative et relatives
53 Milner, Les exclamative et le complementizer
54 Montague, Pragmatics and intentional logic
55 Moore, Evaluation of Five discrimination Procedures for Binary Variables
56 Moore, Nonparametric Statistical methods
57 Moore, Connected discourse - a methodological note
58 Murray, New Statistical Techniques For Evaluating Longitudinal Models
59 Oetinger, Mathematical linguistics and automatic translation
60 Olney, An Analysis of English Discourse Structure
61 Palermo, Language acquisition from age 5 onward
62 Papcun, Is the left Hemisphere Specialized for speech, Language or Something Else
63 Papers in linguistics in Honor of Leon Dostert
64 Partee, Reference, conference and opacity
65 Peper, Development of a scaling technique for sociometric data
66 Peters, Recursiveness of language Generated by grammars
67 Peters, Pseudo-Cleft Sentences
68 Peters, On the generative power of transformational grammars
69 Peters, English Rules
Box Folder
9 1 Labeaune and Sullivan, Classroom Tryout of the SWRL Second Year Communication Skills, 1968-1969
2 Labov, [CU] Negative attraction and negative concord in various English dialects
3 Labov, (UP) Negative attraction and negative concord in English grammar., March 31, 1971
4 Labov, Publications reporting research on non-standard Negro English
5 Labov and Labov, Learning the Syntax of Questions
6 Labov, The study of Non-Standard English, 1969
7 Labov, Academic Ignorance and Black Intelligence
8 Labov, Memorandum: To All Georgetown Partic, December 17, 1969
9 Labov, A.S.R., 1964
10 Labov, The Linguistic Variable as a Structural Unit, 1966
11 Labov, The Logic of Non-Standard English
12 Labov, Some Sources of reading Problems for Negro Speakers of Non-Standard English, 1967
13 Labov, The Reading of the Edsuffix
14 Labov, Handout diagram
(notes by S.E. Legum)
15 Labov, Contraction, Deletion, and inherent Variability of the English Copula, May 1968
16 Labov, The Social Motivation of Sound Change
17 Labov, Stages in the Acquisition of Standard English
18 Labov and Cohen, Some Suggestions for teaching standard Eng.
19 Labov and Robins, A note on the relation of reading failure
20 Labov and Linde, Charlotte Spatial Networks as a site for the Study of Language and Thought
21 Labov and Waletzky, Oral version of personal experience, 1966
22 Lakoff, Counterparts, or the problem of reference in transformational grammar
23 Lakoff, Deep and surface grammar
24 Lakoff, on generative semantics
25 Lakoff, Pragmatics in natural logic
26 Lakoff, Some thoughts on transderivational constraints
27 Lakoff and Peters, Phrasal conjunction and symmetric predicates
28 Lakoff and Ross, Criterion for verb phrase constituency
29 Lakoff and Ross, Is deep structure necessary?
30 Lakoff and Ross, Ordering of Transformational Rules
31 Lakoff and George and Thompson, Introducing Cognitive Grammar
32 Lakoff, Politeness, pragmatics and performance
33 Lakoff, Some reasons why there can't be any some-any rule
Box Folder
10 1 Peter and Ritchie, On Restricting the Base Component of Transformational Grammars
2 Peterson, A Case for the Declarative Performative Verbs
3 Peterson, Imperatives and Purpose and Reason Adverbials as Complements of Abstract Verbs in Moore
4 Pfaff, Analysis and Tabulation of Linguistic Variables for the Child Language Survey
5 Pfaff, American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting
6 Pfaff, Linguistic Factors in the Realization of the Copila: Suggestion for Investigation in Black English
7 Pfaff, Naturalistic Observational Dialect Studies: Processing and Output Format Requirements
8 Pfaff, New and Revised Variables for Black Dialect Survey and Elicitation Techniques
9 Pfaff, The Process of Decreolization in Black Eng.
Abstract, Conference on Pidgin and Creole Lang.
10 Pfaff, Realization of Intervocalic R in Be
11 Pfaff, Social Factors in Linguistic Change
12 Pfaff, Socio-Linguistic Variation - Summary of Labov Chapter III
13 Pfaff, Some General Data Processing Requirements of Black Dialect and Spanish Speakers Sociolin
14 Pfaff, Tense and Aspect in English
15 Pfaff, Development of a Dialect Differentiation Measure for Black English: a Study of Black
16 Pfaff, Spelling-to Sound Correspondences in Black English
17 Pope, Questions and Answers in English
Unpublished doctoral Dissertation
18 Porch, Comparative Code Chart (Interim Version)
19 Postovsky, The Priority of Aural Comprehension in the Language Acquisition Process
20 Project Literacy
21 Quesenberry, Large Sample Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Multinomial Proportions
22 Reed, A Statistical Approach to Quantitative Linguistic Analysis
23 Reed and Spicer, U of Minn. Correlation Methods of Comparative Idiolects in a Transition
24 Reiersol, Linear and Non-Linear Multiple Comparisons in Logit Analysis
25 Riles, Selection of schools for Elementary and Secondary Education Act Programs
26 Ringen, On Evaluating Data Concerning Linguistic Intuition
27 Ringen, Explanation, teleology, and Operant Behaviorism: A Study/Experimental Analysis of Purposive Behavior
28 Ringen, Linguistic Institution and Introspective "Observation"
29 Ringen, A Study of the Empirical Scientific Status of Transformational Generative Grammars
30 Ringen, Transformational Generative Grammars as Descriptions of Idiolects
31 Roeper, Rhomas and McNeill, Review of Child Language
32 Rosenbaum, Identical Verb Deletion and Language Universals
33 Rosenbaum, Prerequisites for Developing a Theory of Children's Comprehension of Language, February 28, 1973
34 Rosenbaum, Semantics Pragmatics and Semantic Primes: Toward an Understanding of Meaning
35 Rosenbaum, Semantics and Pragmatics in Language Communication
36 Rosenbaum, Sentence Comprehension and Experimental Psycholinguistics: An Evaluation
37 Rosenbaum, Some General Principals involved in the Child's Language Comprehension
38 Rosenbaum, Zapotec Gapping as Counterevidence to Some Universal Proposals
39 Rosenbaum and Kim, Some Limits on Processing, December 1975
SWRL
40 Rosenbaum, The Grammar of English Predicate Complement Construction
41 Ross, Alphabet Soups and Name Calling
42 Ross, Auxiliaries As Main Verbs
43 Ross, Adjectives As Noun Phrases
44 Ross, Cyclic Nature of English Pronominalization
45 Ross, Embedded Force Rules
46 Ross, Gapping and The Order of Constituents
47 Ross, Primacy
48 Ross, The Coefficient of Concordance: A Mathematical Tool For Comparing Literary Texts
49 Ross, On the Syntax of Written Black English
50 Rossmiller, Stmt. Subcommittee of Education and Labor U.S. House of Representatives
51 Russell, Intelligibility and Embedded Sentences
52 Russell, Early English Acquisition by Young Spanish Speakers
53 Russell and Snow, Acquisition of the English Auxiliary by Spanish Speaking Children
54 Russell and Snow, Production of the Can/Can't Distinct
55 Ruwet, Adverbs. A Note on the Question: Where do they come from?
56 Sadock, Aspects of Linguistic Pragmatics
57 Sankoff, dialectology
58 Sasanuma, et. Al., Impairment of the Kanji and Kana Processings in Aphasic Patients
59 Schanks, Conceptual Dependency: A theory of Natural Lang. Understand, Computer Sci. Dept. and Comm. On Ling.
60 Scank, 'Semantics' in Conceptual Analysis, Lingua 30, 1972
61 Scheffe, A method For Judging All Contrast In the Analysis of Variance
62 Schegloff, Sequencing in Conversational Openings
63 Schiefelbusch and Lloyd, Contents, Language Perspectives-Acquisitions, Retardation and Intervention
64 Schotta, Toward Standard English Through Writing - An Experiment in Prince Edward County, Virginia
65 Schrauzer and Rhead, Ascorbic Acid Abuse: Effects of Long Term Ingestion of Excess Amounts on Blood Levels
66 Scott, Attitude Measurement
67 Scriven, Evaluation Perspectives and Procedures in Popham
68 Scriven, Explanations, Predictions, and Laws, Scientific Explanation Space and Time, 1962
University of Minnesota
69 Searle, Classification of Illocutionary Acts
70 Shamis, et. Al., Artificial Intelligence: Bibliog. Compiled/ Schizaphenologists Perspective
71 Sheldon, The Acquisition of Relative Clauses In English: the Role of the Anti-Interruption Principle
72 Sheldon, On Strategies for Processing Relative Clauses: A Comparison of Children and Adults
73 Sheldon, Recognition/Relative Clauses in French and English: Implication for Lang. Learning Universals
74 Sheldon, The Role of Parallel Function in the Acquisition of Relative Clauses in English
75 Sherman, Non-Metric Multidimensional Scaling: A Monte Carlo Study
76 Shoemaker, A Fortran IV Program for the ANOVA by the Method of unweighted means
77 Shuy, A Selective Bibliography on Social Dialects
78 Shuy, Psycholinguistic Attitude Study: Detroit Michigan
79 Shuy, A Selective Bibliography on Social Dialects
80 Sixth Annual Child Language Research Forum
81 Sledd, Bi-dialectalism: The Linguistic of White Supremacy
82 Slobin, Early Grammatical Development in Several Language with Special Attention to Soviet Research
83 Smith and Duncan, Advanced Sampling Problems, Sampling Statistics and Applications: Fund./Theory States, 1945
84 Smith, Alfred Binet's Remarkable Question: Analysis of Cultural Biases
85 Snow and Legum, Syntactic Correlates of Composition Quality
Box Folder
11 1 Wolfram, On What basis Variable Rules
2 Winograd, Five Lectures on Artificial Intelligence
3 Wolfram and Whiteman, The Role of Dialect Interference in Composition
4 Williams, The Bitch Test: Black Intelligence Test of Cultural homogeneity
5 Williams, Tell Martha Not to Moan
6 Williams, Polyanova: A General Purpose Fortran IV Prog./Trend Analysis w/Equal-Unequal Space Levels-Variables
7 Wilcox, A Note on the Length and Passing Score of a Mastery test
8 Where Failure Make the Grade: Two Schools for Dropouts
9 Western. Aug. Some Remarks on the Use of English Adverbs, 1906
Englischen Stuien 36
10 Weinreich, et. Al.
11 Watson, The Discovery of X-Rays
12 Soulfood Chitlings test
13 Wason, the Contexts of Plausible Denial
14 Washington Dialect Study Questionnaire, Part I Elicitation of Narrative
15 Wall and Rosembaum, The Auxiliary As A Muddy Turtle of If One Verb Won't Do it, Will three more
16 Wall, Selectional Restrictions on Subjects and Transitive Verbs
17 Thompson, On Subjectless Gerunds in English
18 Thompson, The Underlying Structure of Relative Clauses
19 Thompson, On the Notion 'Subjoined Clause'
20 Thompson, Instead of and Rather Than Clause in English
21 Thompson, Relative Clause Structures and Constraint on type of complex sentences
22 Thompson, Handout for Seminar
23 Thompson, Instructions
24 Thompson, Semantic Theory of adverbs
25 Thompson, et. Al., Who is 'Daddy'? (Revisited). The Status of Two-Year-Old's over-Extended
26 Thomason and Stalnaker, A Semantic Theory of Adverbs
27 Thomason, Species, Determinate and Natural Kinds
28 Thomason, Some extension of Montague Grammar
29 Stolz and Bills, Investigation of Standard-Nonstandard
30 Stanford University Child Language Research From
31 Stalnaker, Pragmatics
32 Stalnakers, Pragmatic pre-suppositions
33 Solan and Roeper, Children's Use of Syntactic Structure in Interpreting Relative Clause
34 Wirth, Derivation of Cleft Sentences in English
35 Wisdom, et. Al., Symposium: Other Minds
36 Wise, The Taming of NIE; A Personal View
37 Wolck and Matthews, A preliminary classification of adverbs in English (IU), August 1965
38 Wolfram, Black-White Speech Differences Revisited
39 Wolfram, Ibid.
40 Wolfram, Sociolinguistic alternatives in teaching reading to non-standard speaker (2 files)
41 Wolfram and Fasold, A Black English Translation of John 3: 1-21 With Grammatical Annotations, 1969
42 V. Wolfram, A Sociolinguistic Description of Detroit Negro Speech, November 1969
43 Yeager and Benjamin, A List of Noun Homographs in English
44 Young and Cliff, Interactive Scaling with Individual Subjects
45 Young, Conjoint Scaling
46 Young, A Fortran IV Program for Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling
47 Young, Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling: Recovery of Metric Information
48 Young, Nonmetric Scaling of Line lengths using Latencies, Similarity, and Same-Different judgments
49 Young, Polynomial Conjoint Analysis: Some Second-Order Partial Derivatives
50 Zubin, Experimental Validation of a Linguistic Analysis
51 Zwicky, Auxiliary Reduction in English
Box Folder
12 1 Henrie, A study of Verb Phrases Used by Five Year Old Nonstandard Negro English Speaking Children, June 1960
Berkeley
2 Redden, Department of Linguistics, Occasional Papers on Linguistics, Number 1: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Frontiers in Language proficiency and Dominance Testing, Held at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, April 21-23, 1977
3 Horn, On the Semantic Properties of Logical Operators in English, 1972
A Dissertation, University of California
Box Folder
13 1 Foundation of Language, Volume 5, No. 2, May 1969
2 Houston, Child Black English in Northern Florida: A sociolinguistic Examination, September 1969
Monograph No. 3
3 Jackendoff, Some Rules of Semantic Interpretation For English, June 1969
Chapters 1, 2, 3, Massachusetts
4 Partee, Negation, Conjunction, And Quantifiers: Syntax VS. Semantics, 1970
Foundation of Language 6, 153 - 165
5 Hart, et. Al. Your Children's Language: A Key to Child Literacy
6 Finm, Multivariance, Univariate and Multivariate Analysis of Variance, Covariance, and Regress, June 1968
New York, Version 4
7 A Preliminary Bibliography of American English Dialects, November 1969
8 Emonds, Root and Structure-Preserving Transformations, June 1970
Indiana University
9 Gleitman, Compound Nouns and English Speakers, November 10, 1967
Philadelphia
10 Duncan, Report: Dominguez Hills Dialect Studies, October 1970
California State College
11 Confer, Linguistic Variability in a Philadelphia Speech Community, 1972
12 Carroll, Development of Native Language Skills Beyond the Early Years, June 1968
Princeton
13 Carden, Logical Predicates and Idiolect Variation in English, 1970
Cambridge
14 Bills, On Case in Quechua, May 1969
Dissertation, Texas
15 Becker, Generative Phonology and Dialect Study: An Investigation of Three Modern German Dialects, August 1967
Texas
16 Brown and Hanlon, Derivational Complexity and Order of Acquisition in Child Speech, 1968
Harvard University
17 Berdiansky, et. Al., Design for Sequencing Spelling-to-Sound Correspondences in Mod 2 Reading Program, June 4, 1971
Volume II
18 Berdiansky, Ibid
Volume I
19 Aarons, et. Al. Linguistic-Cultural Differences and American Education, Spring/Summer 1969
The Florida FL Reporter: A Language Education Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1
20 Ferguson, Baby Talk in Sin Language
21 Fischer, Syntax and Social Structure: Truk and Ponape
22 Gumperz, On the Ethnology of Linguistic Change
23 Hymes, two Types of Linguistic Relativity: Some Examples from American Ethnology
24 Malkiel, Some Diachronic Implications of Fluid Speech Communities
25 Samarin, Self-Annulling Prestige Factors Among Speakers of a Creole Language
Box Folder
14 1 Labov, et. Al., A study of the Non-Standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican Speakers of New York City, 1968
Columbia University, Volume 1
2 Browning, Contrastive Collacational Analysis: Examples from Hindi and English, 1967
Dissertation, Austin
3 Huang, A study of Adverbs, 1970
Dissertation, Ohio
4 Jonas, Translation of programming Languages, June 1968
Dissertation, Texas
5 Joos, Readings in Linguistics: The Development of descriptive Linguistics in America since 1925, 1963
New York
6 Kennedy, Children's Comprehension of Natural Language, November 1970
7 Labov, et. Al. Vol.1, pp. 95-245, 1968
8 Labov, Ibid, Vol. 1, pp. 246-375
9 Labov, Ibid, Vol. 2, pp. 196-end
10 Labov, Ibid, Vol. 2, p. 195
11 Lakoff, On the Nature of Syntactic Irregularity, 1965
Harvard
12 McCoard, The Methods of Dialectology, March 27, 1972
13 Penn, Linguistic Relativity Versus Innate Ideas: the Origins of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis in German Though of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, June 1966
Dissertation
14 Nida, Morphology: The Descriptive Analysis of Words, 1965
Michigan
15 Pike, Phonemics: A Technique for Reducing Languages to Writing, 1961
Michigan
16 Pittman and Kerr, Papers on the Language of the Australian Aborigines, 1964
Canberra
17 Rand, The Syntax of Chinese Interrogative Structures, April 16, 1966
Texas
18 Ross, Constraints on Variables in Syntax, September 1967
Yale
19 Stolz and Bills, Child Development Evaluation and Research Center, August 1968
Texas
Box Folder
15 1 UCLA Conference, On Historical Linguistics, 1969
2 UCLA Conference, On Historical Linguistics
3 LSA Meeting, Winter 1970
4 L.S.A. Meeting, Summer meeting
5 LSA Meeting, December 1969
6 American Education Research: Association Conference, 1969
7 Performadilla Conference
Program and Notes by S. Legum
8 Rudegeair, technical Report No. 146: The Effect of Contextual Influence on Children's Discrimination of initial Consonants, September 1970
Wisconsin
9 Rudegeair and Kamil, Technical Report No. 118: Assessment of Phonological Discrimination in Children, 1970
Wisconsin
10 Stechnow, Linguistische Berichte 13, 1971
Germany
11 Lehiste, et. Al. Working Papers in Linguistics No. 12, June 1972
Ohio
12 Research Foundation: Project on Linguistic Analysis Report No. II, June 1965
Ohio State University
13 Research Foundation: Working Papers in Linguistics, December 1976
Ohio State University
14 Herbert, Proceedings of the Sixth Conference On African Linguistics, April 12-13, 1975
Ohio State University
15 Herbert, Patterns in Language, Culture, And Sub-Saharan Africa, April 11, 1975
Ohio State University
16 Garvey and Baldwin, Studies in Convergent Communication: III Comparisons of Child and Adult Performance, February 1971
The John Hopkins University, Report No. 94
17 Garvey and Baldwin, Studies in Convergent Communication: I Analysis of Verbal Interaction, February 1970
The John Hopkins University, Report No. 88
18 Garvey and Baldwin, Studies in Convergent Communication: II A measure of Communication Accuracy, February 1970
The John Hopkins University, Report No. 71
19 Garvey and Baldwin, A Self-Instructional Program in Standard English: development and Evaluation, September 1969
20 Guthrie, Feedback and Sentence Learning, June 1970
The John Hopkins University, Report No. 71
21 Grosu, The Strategic Content of Island Constraints: Working Papers in Linguistics No. 13, December 1972
Ohio
22 Geis, et. Al., Mostly Syntax and Semantics: Working Papers in Linguistics No. 16, December 1973
Ohio
23 Gendel, et. Al., Working Papers in Linguistics No. 18, June 1975
Ohio
24 Fillmoe, Working Papers in Linguistics No. 10, August 1971
Ohio
25 Garnica, Papers in Psycholinguistics, Working Papers in Linguistics No. 22, February 1977
Ohio
26 Garnes et. Al. Working Papers in Linguistics No. 17, May 1974
Ohio
27 Drachman, et. Al. Working Papers in Linguistics No. 15, April 1873
Ohio
28 Fillmore, Indirect Object Constructions in English and the Ordering of Transformation, February 1962
Ohio
29 Fillmore, et. Al., The Position of Embedding Transformations in a Grammar, March 1963
Ohio
30 Fillmore, et. Al., Project On Linguistic Analysis Report no. 13, August 1966
Ohio
31 Schachter and Bedell, Critiques of Syntactic Studies II, March 1973
32 Bedell, Studies In East Asian Syntax, October 1972
33 Bedell, Exploration in Syntactic Theory, July 1972
Box Folder
16 1 Niedermeyer, Prototype Testing in Instructional Development, 1972
SWRL Working Papers, California
2 McManus, Design of an Instructional Management System, 1972
SWRL Working Papers, California
3 Follettie and Teplitzky, Computer-Based Systems to Facilitate Instructional Development, 1973
SWRL Working Papers, California
4 Bessemer and Smith, The Integration of Content, Task and Skills Analysis Techniques in Instructional Design, 1974
SWRL Working Papers, California
5 Jensen, How Much can We Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievement, Winter 1969
Harvard Educational Review Vol. 39 No. 1
6 Follettie, Achievement Information Monitoring in Schools (AIM)
7 Larger Straws, SWRL Educational Research and Development, May 1, 1976
Professional Papers 36
8 Garcia, et. Al., Research in the Black Community: A Need For Self-Determination, October 1969
SWRL, SR10 30
9 Follettie, Semiautomation of Instructional Status Information (ISI): Characteristics of a School-Sited Electronic System (SSE), April 21, 1976
SERL
10 Tosti, Domestic Crisis Intervention: A Text for Law Enforcement Officers
NCED, San Franciso
11 Thompson, On Relative Clause Structures in Relation to the Nature of Sentence Complexity, Fall, 1969
12 Shuy, et. Al., Sociolinguistic Theory, Materials and Training Programs: Three Related Studies, 1970
Washington D.C.
13 Shuy, et. Al., Linguistic Correlates of Social Stratification in Detroit, 1967
Cooperative Research Project No. 6-1347, Michigan
14 Sheldon, The Acquisition of Relative Clauses in English, 1972
Dissertation
15 Symposium on Multilingualism: Second Meeting of the Inter-African Committee On Linguistic, 1962
Brazzaville
16 Rosenbaum, Language Universals and Zapotec Syntax, 1974
Dissertation
17 Robson, On the Generation of Passive Constructions in English, 1972
Dissertation
18 Pfaff, A Sociolinguistic Study of Black Children in Los Angeles, 1973
Dissertation
Box Folder
17 1 Perlmutter, deep and Surface Structure Constraints in Syntax, 1968
Dissertation
2 West, Bilingualism
Ch. 7 - end (pp. 202-354)
3 West, Bilingualism
Through - Ch. VI (pp. 1-201)
4 Pope, Questions and Answers In English, 1972
Dissertation
5 Torrey, The Language of Black Children in the Early Grades, February 1972
6 Williams, et. Al. Attitudinal Correlates of Children's Speech Characteristics, March 1971
7 Williams, Quechua Phonology, 1968
Dissertation
8 Wolfram, Social Dialects From a Linguistic Perspective: Assumptions, Current Research, and Future Directions, 1969
9 Wolfram and Fasold, Overlapping Influence in the English of Second Generation Puerto Rican Teenagers in Harlem, 1971
Washington D.C. pp. 1-178
10 Wolfram and Fasold, Ibid
pp. 179-355
11 Wolfram and Fasol, Ibid
pp. 356-452
12 Wolfram and Christian, Sociolinguistic Variables in Appalachian Dialects, 1975
Virginia
Box Folder
18 1 Linguistic Analysis, 1975
New York, Volume 1. No. 1
2 AERA Annual meeting Program, April 13-17, 1981
Los Angeles
3 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Forty Second Annual meeting, December 28-30, 1967
Chicago, Illinois
4 Newsletter of the American Dialect Society, February and June 1974
Volume 6 No. 1 and No. 2
5 Newsletter of the American Dialect Society, November 1974
Volume 6 No. 3
6 Newsletter of the American Dialect Society, June 1976
Volume 8 No. 2
7 Passow, Secondary Reform: Retrospect and Prospect, 1976
Columbia University
8 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America: Forty Eighth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1973
San Diego, California
9 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America: Fifty First Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1976
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
10 Clark, Marietta, Ohio: The Continuing Erosion of a Speech Island, 26390
Publication of the American Dialect Society, Number 57
11 Foley, A Phonological and Lexical Study of the Speech of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, November 1972
Publication of the American Dialect Society, Number 56
12 Preston, Bituminous Coal Mining Vocabulary of the Eastern United States, April 1973
Publication of the American Dialect Society, Number 59
13 Newsletter of the International Computer Archie of Modern English (ICAME), November 1981
Oslo, No. 5
14 Regional Language Studies, January 15, 1971
Newfoundland, No. 3
15 Dijik and Petofi, Text: an Interdisciplinary Journal for the study of Discourse, 1981
Volume 1-1
16 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Fortieth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1965
Chicago, Illinois
17 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Forty Third Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1968
New York, New York
18 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Forty Fourth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1969
San Francisco, California
19 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Forty Fifth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1970
Washington D.C.
20 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Forty Sixth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1971
St. Louis, Missouri
21 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Forty Ninth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1974
New York, New York
22 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Fiftieth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1975
San Francisco, California
23 Meeting Handbook, Linguistic Society of America, Fifty Second Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1977
Chicago, Illinois
24 Program of the 69th Annual Meeting: American Anthropological Association, November 19-22, 1970
San Diego, California
25 Annual Meeting Program, American Educational Research Association, February 25 - March 1, 1973
New Orleans, Louisiana
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