Julia Herschensohn

List of John Benjamins publications for which Julia Herschensohn plays a role.

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Subjects Language acquisition | Multilingualism | Psycholinguistics | Theoretical linguistics
Subjects Romance linguistics | Theoretical linguistics

Features and Interfaces in Romance: Essays in honor of Heles Contreras

Edited by Julia Herschensohn, Enrique Mallén and Karen Zagona

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 222] 2001. xiv, 302 pp.
Subjects Generative linguistics | Romance linguistics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics
Subjects Generative linguistics | Language acquisition
Subjects Generative linguistics | Romance linguistics | Syntax

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We provide a snapshot of childhood morphology development in our investigation of two profiles of bilinguals (age 9–10) in an English-Spanish dual immersion academic setting: Spanish heritage language (SHL, n = 21) and second language (SL2, n = 41) children. Three tasks were given to the 62… read more | Article
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Arteaga, Deborah and Julia Herschensohn 2016 Old French possessives and ellipsisRomance Linguistics 2013: Selected papers from the 43rd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), New York, 17-19 April, 2013, Tortora, Christina, Marcel den Dikken, Ignacio L. Montoya and Teresa O'Neill (eds.), pp. 21–38
Sáez (2011), to account for Spanish definite articles in ellipsis contexts, such as mi libro y el [e] de Juan ‘my book and that of John’, proposes the Stress Condition on Remnants (SCR), which disallows unstressed syntactic elements to be anaphoric, while allowing definite articles to license empty… read more | Article
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Arteaga, Deborah and Julia Herschensohn 2010 A phase-based analysis of Old French genitive constructionsRomance Linguistics 2009: Selected papers from the 39th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Tucson, Arizona, March 2009, Colina, Sonia, Antxon Olarrea and Ana Maria Carvalho (eds.), pp. 285–300
This paper considers two types of genitive constructions in Old French (OF), one in which the possessor is introduced by a preposition (type un ami à moi “my friend”/l’ami du roi “the king’s friend”) and another, in which no overt preposition is found (type la niece le duc “the duke’s niece”), the… read more | Article
Frenck-Mestre, Cheryl, Alice Foucart, Haydee Carrasco-Ortiz and Julia Herschensohn 2009 Processing of grammatical gender in French as a first and second language: Evidence from ERPsEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 9 (2009), Roberts, Leah, Georges Daniel Véronique, Anna Nilsson and Marion Tellier (eds.), pp. 76–106
The present study examined the processing of grammatical gender in second language (L2) French as a function of language background (Experiment 1) and as a function of overt phonetic properties of agreement (Experiment 2) by examining Event Related Potential (ERP) responses to gender discord in L2… read more | Article
This paper reconsiders the nature of second language grammars—whether a language learner’s ability can be characterized as I-language or E-language (Chomsky 1986)—and how the nature of second language compares to that of first language grammars. It responds to these questions by arguing that… read more | Article
Herschensohn, Julia 2007 L2 functional categories: Syntactic development and morphological mappingFrench Applied Linguistics, Ayoun, Dalila (ed.), pp. 103–129
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Herschensohn, Julia 1999 What does zero syntax add to an analysis of French psych verbs?Semantic Issues in Romance Syntax, Treviño, Esthela and José Lema (eds.), pp. 105 ff.
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Herschensohn, Julia 1992 Case Marking and French Psych-VerbsLingvisticæ Investigationes 16:1, pp. 21–40
This article confirms that two classes of psych-verbs in French, amuser-type ("accusative") and manquer-type ("unaccusative"), involve movement into the subject position. However, the two classes are distinguished by their ability to assign accusative Case: the former assign accusative Case and… read more | Article
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Julia Herschensohn: Pro and the object rising. About binding constraints that are in contradiction with the theory of government. read more | Miscellaneous