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Age grading in the Montréal French inflected future
Abstract The rise of the periphrastic future (PF) at the expense of the inflected future (IF) is an established historical trend in Québécois French over at least the past 150 years. PreviousExpand
Early osteoarthritic changes of human femoral head cartilage subsequent to femoro-acetabular impingement.
OBJECTIVE To use the surgical samples of patients with femoro-acetabular impingement due to a nonspherical head to analyze tissue morphology and early cartilage changes in a mechanical model of hipExpand
Age Grading in Sociolinguistic Theory
  • S. Wagner
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Lang. Linguistics Compass
  • 1 June 2012
This article gives a brief history of the study of language change in the community, before turning to the types of linguistic behavior that have been observed across individuals’ lifespans. Expand
Real-time evidence for age grad(ing) in late adolescence
This study provides real-time support for the hypothesis, previously inferred from apparent time studies, that stable sociolinguistic variables are age-graded. Stable variables have been shown toExpand
Reversal and Re-Organization of the Northern Cities Shift in Michigan
We report initial findings from a study of the Northern Cities Shift (NCS) in Lansing, Michigan. As in other urban centers recently examined, the NCS appears to be undergoing re-evaluation andExpand
The Long Tail of Language Change: Québécois French Futures in Real Time
Since at least the mid 19th century, the inflected future (IF) in affirmative clauses has steadily declined in Quebecois French (Poplack & Dion 2009). Indeed, Wagner and Sankoff (2011) reported thatExpand
Predicting Caregiver Assistance Required for Sit‐to‐Stand Following Rehabilitation for Acute Stroke
Objective/Methods The objective of this case series was to determine the relationship between impairments identified at hospital admission and a reduced need for sit-to-stand (STS) assistance duringExpand
Age-grading in retrograde movement: The inflected future in Montréal French
The theoretical focus of this paper concerns the extent to which speakers modify their grammars across their lifespans as adults, and how this relates to community-that is language-change. TheExpand