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Distributed morphology and the pieces of inflection
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No escape from syntax: Don't try morphological analysis in the privacy of your own lexicon
So Lexicalism claims that the syntax manipulates internally complex words, not unanalyzable atomic units. The leading idea of Lexicalism might be summarized as follows: Everyone agrees that there hasExpand
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On the nature of grammatical relations
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy, 1981.
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Some key features of distributed morphology
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Reconstructing spatio-temporal activities of neural sources using an MEG vector beamformer technique
The authors have developed a method suitable for reconstructing spatio-temporal activities of neural sources by using magnetoencephalogram (MEG) data using a vector-extended version of the Borgiotti-Kaplan beamformer. Expand
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Case and licensing
It is fairly well understood that noun phrases (or DPs) occupy argument positions in sentences (or bear grammatical relations or functions) by virtue of the semantic roles they bear with respect to predicates. Expand
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Auditory Cortex Accesses Phonological Categories: An MEG Mismatch Study
The studies presented here use an adapted oddball paradigm to show evidence that representations of discrete phonological categories are available to the human auditory cortex. Brain activity wasExpand
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Tracking the time course of word recognition with MEG
Twenty years ago it was discovered that recognition of semantically unexpected words is associated with a special ERP signature - the N400. Pinpointing the precise functional significance of the N400Expand
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Asymptotic SNR of scalar and vector minimum-variance beamformers for neuromagnetic source reconstruction
We show that the scalar and vector minimum-variance beamformer formulations give exactly the same output power and output SNR, if the beamformer pointing direction is optimized. Expand
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