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Allen, Shanley E.M., Mary Hughes & Barbora Skarabela
Ariel, Mira
2014. Orconstructions: Monosemy vs. polysemy. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
Arunachalam, Sudha
2016. A new experimental paradigm to study children’s processing of their parent’s unscripted language input. Journal of Memory and Language 88  pp. 104 ff. DOI logo
Bassano, Dominique
2015. The acquisition of nominal determiners. In The Acquisition of Reference [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 15],  pp. 25 ff. DOI logo
Bassano, Dominique, Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Isabelle Maillochon, Marijn van Dijk, Sabine Laaha, Paul van Geert & Wolfgang U Dressler
2013. Prosody and animacy in the development of noun determiner use: A cross-linguistic approach. First Language 33:5  pp. 476 ff. DOI logo
Behrens, Heike
2012. Corpus Analysis of Child Language. In The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, DOI logo
Bernardini, Petra & Jonas Granfeldt
2019. On cross‐linguistic variation and measures of linguistic complexity in learner texts: Italian, French and English. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 29:2  pp. 211 ff. DOI logo
Bittner, Dagmar & Milena Kuehnast
2012. Comprehension of intersentential pronouns in child German and child Bulgarian. First Language 32:1-2  pp. 176 ff. DOI logo
BOEG THOMSEN, DITTE & MADS POULSEN
2015. Cue conflicts in context: interplay between morphosyntax and discourse context in Danish preschoolers' semantic role assignment. Journal of Child Language 42:6  pp. 1237 ff. DOI logo
Bornkessel‐Schlesewsky, Ina & Matthias Schlesewsky
2014. Competition in argument interpretation: Evidence from the neurobiology of language. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 107 ff. DOI logo
Chen, Aoju
2010. Is there really an asymmetry in the acquisition of the focus-to-accentuation mapping?. Lingua 120:8  pp. 1926 ff. DOI logo
Cristofaro, Sonia
2014. Competing motivation models and diachrony: What evidence for what motivations?. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 282 ff. DOI logo
Dressler, Wolfgang U., Gary Libben & Katharina Korecky‐Kröll
2014. Conflicting vs. convergent vs. interdependent motivations in morphology. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 180 ff. DOI logo
Du Bois, John W.
2014. Motivating competitions. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 262 ff. DOI logo
Francis, Elaine J. & Laura A. Michaelis
2014. Why move? How weight and discourse factors combine to predict relative clause extraposition in English. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 70 ff. DOI logo
Graf, Eileen & Catherine Davies
2014. The production and comprehension of referring expressions. In Pragmatic Development in First Language Acquisition [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 10],  pp. 161 ff. DOI logo
Graf, Eileen, Anna Theakston, Daniel Freudenthal & Elena Lieven
2020. The Subject–Object Asymmetry Revisited: Experimental and Computational Approaches to the Role of Information Structure in Children’s Argument Omissions. IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems 12:2  pp. 189 ff. DOI logo
GRAF, EILEEN, ANNA THEAKSTON, ELENA LIEVEN & MICHAEL TOMASELLO
2015. Subject and object omission in children's early transitive constructions: A discourse-pragmatic approach. Applied Psycholinguistics 36:3  pp. 701 ff. DOI logo
Grigoroglou, Myrto & Anna Papafragou
2019. Children's (and Adults') Production Adjustments to Generic and Particular Listener Needs. Cognitive Science 43:10 DOI logo
Haiman, John
2014. Six competing motives for repetition. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 246 ff. DOI logo
Haspelmath, Martin
2014. On system pressure competing with economic motivation. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 197 ff. DOI logo
Hawkins, John A.
2014. Patterns in competing motivations and the interaction of principles. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 54 ff. DOI logo
Helmbrecht, Johannes
2014. Politeness distinctions in personal pronouns: A case study on competing motivations. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 315 ff. DOI logo
Hughes, Mary E. & Shanley E. M. Allen
2014. Competing motivations in children's omission of subjects? The interaction between verb finiteness and referent accessibility. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 144 ff. DOI logo
Hughes, Mary E. & Shanley E.M. Allen
2013. The effect of individual discourse-pragmatic features on referential choice in child English. Journal of Pragmatics 56  pp. 15 ff. DOI logo
Hughes, Mary E. & Shanley E.M. Allen
2015. The incremental effect of discourse-pragmatic sensitivity on referential choice in the acquisition of a first language. Lingua 155  pp. 43 ff. DOI logo
Jisa, Harriet, Emilie Ailhaud, Florence Chenu, Audrey Mazur-Palandre, F. Neveu, G. Bergounioux, M.-H. Côté, J.-M. Fournier, L. Hriba & S. Prévost
2016. L’influence de la langue écrite au cours du développement langagier tardif. SHS Web of Conferences 27  pp. 01001 ff. DOI logo
JUNGE, BIANCA, ANNA L. THEAKSTON & ELENA V. M. LIEVEN
2015. Given–new/new–given? Children's sensitivity to the ordering of information in complex sentences. Applied Psycholinguistics 36:3  pp. 589 ff. DOI logo
Kaltenböck, Gunther & Bernd Heine
2014. Sentence grammar vs. thetical grammar: Two competing domains?. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 348 ff. DOI logo
Krajewski, Grzegorz & Elena Lieven
2014. Competing cues in early syntactic development. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 163 ff. DOI logo
Lamers, Monique J. A. & Helen de Hoop
2014. Animate object fronting in Dutch: A production study. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 42 ff. DOI logo
LINDGREN, JOSEFIN
2018. Effects of age and stimulus material on character introductions of Swedish-speaking four- to six-year-olds. Journal of Child Language 45:2  pp. 526 ff. DOI logo
MacWhinney, Brian
2014. Conclusions: Competition across time. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 364 ff. DOI logo
Brian MacWhinney, Andrej Malchukov & Edith Moravcsik
2014. Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage, DOI logo
Matthews, Danielle
2014. Introduction: An overview of research on pragmatic development. In Pragmatic Development in First Language Acquisition [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 10],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Mazur-Palandre, Audrey
2015. Overcoming preferred argument structure in written French. Written Language & Literacy 18:1  pp. 25 ff. DOI logo
Mazur-Palandre, Audrey, Harriet Jisa, F. Neveu, G. Bergounioux, M.-H. Côté, J.-M. Fournier, L. Hriba & S. Prévost
2016. Maintenir l’information sous forme lexicale : une étude développementale. SHS Web of Conferences 27  pp. 10007 ff. DOI logo
Mondorf, Britta
2014. Apparently competing motivations in morphosyntactic variation. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 209 ff. DOI logo
Moravcsik, Edith
2014. Introduction. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Newmeyer, Frederick J.
2014. Where do motivations compete?. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 299 ff. DOI logo
NICOLOPOULOU, Ageliki, Hande ILGAZ, Marta SHIRO & Lisa B. HSIN
2022. “And they had a big, big, very long fight:” The development of evaluative language in preschoolers' oral fictional stories told in a peer-group context. Journal of Child Language 49:3  pp. 522 ff. DOI logo
Pfeiffer, Martin
2014. Formal vs. functional motivations for the structure of self‐repair in German. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 229 ff. DOI logo
Rezzonico, Stefano, Elise Vinel, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan & Nathalie Salagnac
2021. Chapter 4. Referring in dialogical narratives. In The Acquisition of Referring Expressions [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 28],  pp. 116 ff. DOI logo
Rowland, Caroline F., Claire Noble & Angel Chan
2014. Competition all the way down: How children learn word order cues to sentence meaning. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 127 ff. DOI logo
Salazar Orvig, Anne & Aliyah Morgenstern
2015. Acquisition and use of pronouns in a dialogic perspective. In The Acquisition of Reference [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 15],  pp. 155 ff. DOI logo
Salazar-Orvig, Anne & Geneviève de Weck
2021. Chapter 11. The acquisition of referring expressions. In The Acquisition of Referring Expressions [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 28], DOI logo
Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan & Annie Rialland
Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan & Annie Rialland
Serratrice, Ludovica & Shanley E.M. Allen
2015. Introduction. In The Acquisition of Reference [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 15],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
SERRATRICE, LUDOVICA, ANTONELLA SORACE, FRANCESCA FILIACI & MICHELA BALDO
2012. Pronominal objects in English–Italian and Spanish–Italian bilingual children. Applied Psycholinguistics 33:4  pp. 725 ff. DOI logo
Strunk, Jan
2014. A statistical model of competing motivations affecting relative clause extraposition in German. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 88 ff. DOI logo
Zhou, Jiangling, Ziyin Mai, Qiuyun Cai, Yuqing Liang & Virginia Yip
2022. Reference production in Mandarin–English bilingual preschoolers: Linguistic, input, and cognitive factors. Frontiers in Psychology 13 DOI logo
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2014. List of abbreviations. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. xviii ff. DOI logo
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2014. Preface. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. vii ff. DOI logo
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2014. Copyright Page. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. iv ff. DOI logo
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2014. Notes on contributors. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. viii ff. DOI logo
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2014. List of figures and tables. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. xiv ff. DOI logo
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