MiniJudge: Software for Small-Scale Experimental Syntax

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unknown title – Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine, Hadas Kotek
Japanese loanword devoicing revisited: A rating study – Shigeto Kawahara
unknown title – Barbara J. Luka A, Lawrence W. Barsalou B - 2004
Islands in the grammar? Standards of evidence – Philip Hofmeister, Laura Staum Casasanto, Ivan A. Sag
11 Structural facilitation: Mere exposure effects for grammatical acceptability as evidence for syntactic priming in comprehension – Barbara J. Luka , Lawrence W. Barsalou - 2005
Data in generative grammar: the stick and the carrot – Sam Featherston - 2007
171 submitted). Mixed-effects modeling with crossed random effects for subjects and items – R. H. Baayen, Max Planck, D. J. Davidson, D. M. Bates - 2007
52 Learning Phonology With Substantive Bias: An Experimental and Computational Study of Velar Palatalization – Colin Wilson - 2006
7 A validation of Amazon Mechanical Turk for the collection of acceptability judgments in linguistic theory – Jon Sprouse, J. Sprouse - 2011
22 Probabilistic Learning Algorithms and Optimality Theory. Linguistic Inquiry 33.2:225–244 – Frank Keller, Ash Asudeh - 2002
1 The acceptability cline in VP ellipsis – Christina S. Kim, Gregory M. Kobele, Jeffrey T. Runner, John T. Hale - 2010
1 Testing Japanese loanword devoicing: Addressing task effects – Shigeto Kawahara - 2014
Contact address: – Shigeto Kawahara
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Using Syntactic Satiation to Investigate Subject Islands – Jean Crawford
The source ambiguity problem: Distinguishing – Philip Hofmeister, T. Florian Jaeger, Inbal Arnon, Ivan A. Sag, Neal Snider, Ted Gibson, Jeanette Pettibone, Laura Staum Casasanto, Tom Wasow Very
Revisiting frequency and storage in morphological processing * – Constantine Lignos, Kyle Gorman
Tracks in the Mind: Differential Entrenchment of Common and Rare Liturgical and Everyday Multiword Phrases in Religious and Secular Hebrew Speakers – unknown authors
Examples of mixed-effects modeling . . . – Hugo Quené, Huub van den Bergh - 2008