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Akiyama, M. Michael & Nancy Williams
1996. Spatial Components in the Use of Count Nouns Among English Speakers and Japanese Speakers of English as a Second Language. Language Learning 46:2  pp. 217 ff. DOI logo
Armoskaite, Solveiga
2012. Aspectual effects of a pluractional suffix: Evidence from Lithuanian. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 129 ff. DOI logo
Bale, Alan C. & David Barner
2012. Semantic triggers, linguistic variation and the mass‐count distinction. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 238 ff. DOI logo
Batiukova, Olga
2021. Compositional mechanisms and selectional constraints in syntax and word formation. The Linguistic Review 38:2  pp. 149 ff. DOI logo
Cheng, Lisa Lai‐Shen
2012. Counting and classifiers. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 199 ff. DOI logo
Choi, Sea Hee, Tania Ionin & Yeqiu Zhu
2018. L1 Korean and L1 Mandarin L2 English learners’ acquisition of the count/mass distinction in English. Second Language Research 34:2  pp. 147 ff. DOI logo
Cowper, Elizabeth & Daniel Currie Hall
2012. Aspects of individuation. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 27 ff. DOI logo
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1994. Semantic universals in classifier systems. <i>WORD</i> 45:2  pp. 145 ff. DOI logo
Croft, William & D. Alan Cruse
2004. Cognitive Linguistics, DOI logo
Dimmendaal, Gerrit J.
2014. Chapter 3. Pluractionality and the distribution of number marking across categories. In Number – Constructions and Semantics [Studies in Language Companion Series, 151],  pp. 57 ff. DOI logo
Fasciolo, Marco
2014. Massif/comptable : une opposition arbitraire ou motivée ?. Langue française n° 183:3  pp. 41 ff. DOI logo
García Meseguer, Álvaro
2018. Nombre individuales y colectivos: una propuesta de definición basada en pruebas sintácticas. Revista de Lexicografía 13  pp. 17 ff. DOI logo
Gardelle, Laure
2016. Lexical plurals for aggregates of discrete entities in English. Lingvisticae Investigationes 39:2  pp. 355 ff. DOI logo
Ghaniabadi, Saeed
2012. Plural marking beyond count nouns. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 112 ff. DOI logo
Ghomeshi, Jila & Diane Massam
2012. The count mass distinction: Issues and perspectives. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Grimm, Scott
2012. Individuation and inverse number marking in Dagaare. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 75 ff. DOI logo
Gulgowski, Piotr, Joanna Błaszczak & Veranika Puhacheuskaya
2021. The influence of aspect on the countability of Polish deverbal nominalizations: Evidence from an acceptability rating study. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 40:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Kleiber, Georges
2014. Massif/comptable : d'une problématique à l'autre. Langue française n° 183:3  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Kleiber, Georges
2015. Lorsque l’opposition massif / comptable rencontre les noms superordonnés. Travaux de linguistique n° 69:2  pp. 11 ff. DOI logo
Klein, Natalie M., Greg N. Carlson, Renjie Li, T. Florian Jaeger & Michael K. Tanenhaus
2012. Classifying and massifying incrementally in Chinese language comprehension. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 261 ff. DOI logo
Lammert, Marie
2014. Référence collective massive vs référence plurielle indéfinie. Langue française n° 183:3  pp. 87 ff. DOI logo
Lammert, Marie
2016. Lexical plurals through meronymy and hyperonymy. Lingvisticae Investigationes 39:2  pp. 335 ff. DOI logo
Lauwers, Peter & Marie Lammert
2016. Introduction. Lingvisticae Investigationes 39:2  pp. 207 ff. DOI logo
Diane Massam
2012. Count and Mass Across Languages, DOI logo
Mathieu, Eric
2012. On the mass/count distinction in Ojibwe. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 172 ff. DOI logo
Moore, Harumi
2004. Semantic/pragmatic equivalence through formal and motivational shift. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 27:2  pp. 32 ff. DOI logo
Myhill, John
1997. Shouldandought:the rise of individually oriented modality in American English. English Language and Linguistics 1:1  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Paul, Ileana
2012. General number and the structure of DP. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 99 ff. DOI logo
Pelletier, Francis Jeffry
2012. Lexical nouns are both +mass and +count, but they are neither +mass nor +count. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 9 ff. DOI logo
Reid, Wallis
2011. The communicative function of English verb number. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 29:4  pp. 1087 ff. DOI logo
Strik Lievers, Francesca, Marianna Bolognesi & Bodo Winter
2021. The linguistic dimensions of concrete and abstract concepts: lexical category, morphological structure, countability, and etymology. Cognitive Linguistics 32:4  pp. 641 ff. DOI logo
Szymańska, Monika
2021. Grammatical metonymy and construal operations. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 19:2  pp. 465 ff. DOI logo
Wiese, Heike
2012. Collectives in the intersection of mass and count nouns: A cross‐linguistic account. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 54 ff. DOI logo
Willim, Ewa
2010. On the form-function dichotomy in linguistic theory. Studia Linguistica Universitatis Iagellonicae Cracoviensis 127:-1  pp. 211 ff. DOI logo
Wiltschko, Martina
2012. Decomposing the mass/count distinction: Evidence from languages that lack it. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 146 ff. DOI logo
Zhang, Niina Ning
2012. Countability and numeral classifiers in Mandarin Chinese. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 220 ff. DOI logo
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2000. References. In Discourse and the Continuity of Reference,  pp. 324 ff. DOI logo
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2012. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. 311 ff. DOI logo
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2012. General Preface. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. ix ff. DOI logo
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2012. The Contributors. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. x ff. DOI logo
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2012. Abbreviations. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. xv ff. DOI logo
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2012. Copyright Page. In Count and Mass Across Languages,  pp. iv ff. DOI logo

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