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Brian MacWhinney
Brian MacWhinney (American psychologist and linguist)
Brian MacWhinney (Amerikaans taalkundige)
Mac Whinney, Brian
Macwhinney, B.
MacWhinney, Brian
MacWhinney, Brian James
Mc Whinney, Brian
McWhinney, Brian
Dates: 
1945-
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Bates, Elizabeth (1947-2003)
Behrmann, Marlene
Carnegie Mellon University Department of Psychology Affiliation (see also from)
Fletcher, Paul (1943-...)
Fletcher, Paul J.
Higginson, Roy
Klatzky, Roberta L.
Moravcsik, Edith A.
O'Grady, William (1952-...)
O'Grady, William (1952-)
O'Grady, William Delaney (1952-)
Society for Research in Child Development
University of California, Berkeley
Titles: 
Acquisition of Case Marking by Adult Learners of Russian and German, The
acquisition of morphophonology. -, The
Agreement Processing in Hungarian Aphasics
Applying the Competition Model to Bilingualism
Association of Rapid Temporal Perception with Orthographic and Phonological Processing in Children and Adults with Reading Impairment, The
AV Autotutorial Instruction: A Review of Evaluative Research
CHAT manual: 22 June 1988 : manual for use of the CHAT transcription coding system of the Child Language Data Exchange System
child language data exchange system: an update, The
Childes/Bib: An Annotated Bibliography of Child Language and Language Disorders, 1997 Supplement
CHILDES project, The : tools for analyzing talk
CHILDES Project: Tools for Analyzing Talk (Second Edition)., The
CHILDES Project: Tools for Analyzing Talk, Third Edition Volume II: The Database, The
Childes Project: Tools for Analyzing Talk: Transcription Format and Programs, The
CHILDES System, The
CHIP Framework: Automatic Coding and Analysis of Parent-Child Conversational Interaction, The
Commentary on Rispoli's review: Rethinking innateness.
Commentary on Ullman et al.
Competing motivations in grammar and usage
Computational models of child language learning : an introduction
Connections and Symbols: Closing the Gap
Cross-Linguistic Research in Aphasia: An Overview
cross-linguistic study of the development of sentence interpretation strategies., A
Crosslinguistic Assessment of Foreign Language Vocabulary Learning, The
crosslinguistic study of sentence processing. -, The
Cryptotype, Overgeneralization and Competition: A Connectionist Model of the Learning of English Reversive Prefixes
Cue Validity and Sentence Interpretation in English, German, and Italian
Cues as Functional Constraints on Sentence Processing in Chinese
Developmental and Lesion Effects in Brain Activation During Sentence Comprehension and Mental Rotation
Developmental Differences in Visual and Auditory Processing of Complex Sentences
dinosaurs and the ring. In R. Corrigan Lima, S., Noonan, M. (Ed.) The reality of linguistic rules., The
Double Agreement: Role Identification in Hungarian
Embodiment, ego-space, and action
Emergence from what? Comments on Sabbagh & Gelman.
Emergence of Language from Embodiment, The
Emergentism-Use Often and with Care
Error Assimilation as a Mechanism in Language Learning
Evaluating Foreign Language Tutoring Systems
Extrasyllabic Consonants in CV Phonology: An Experimental Test
Frequency and the Lexical Storage of Regularly Inflected Forms
Functional Constraints on Sentence Processing: A Cross-Linguistic Study
Functional organization of activation patterns in children: whole brain fMRI imaging during three different cognitive tasks.
Glossolalic speech from a psycholinguistic perspective
handbook of child language, The
How Hungarian children learn to speak
Hungarian Language Acquisition as an Exemplification of a General Model of Gramamtical Development: The Crosslinguistic Study of Language Acquisition, Volume 2, Chapter 11
Hungarian Research on the Acquisition of Morphology and Syntax
Implementations are not conceptualizations: revising the verb learning model.
Inflectional marking in Hungarian aphasics.
Is the articulatory loop articulatory or auditory? Re-examining the effects of concurrent articulation on immediate serial recall.
Language learning: cues or rules?
Language-specific prediction in foreign language learning
maximum likelihood procedure for the analysis of group and individual data in aphasia research., A
Measuring inhibition and facilitation from pronouns
Mechanisms of Language Acquisition: The 20th Annual Carnegie Mellon Symposium on Cognition
Mechanisms of language aquisition [sic]
Models of the emergence of language.
multiple process solution to the logical problem of language acquisition, A
mutual exclusivity bias in children's word learning, The
New Developments in CHILDES
No Negative Evidence Revisited: Beyond Learnability or Who Has to Prove What to Whom
ONLINE LANGUAGE PROCESSING IN EARLY LEFT FOCAL LESIONS
Online Measures of Basic Language Skills in Children with Early Focal Brain Lesions
PatPho: A Phonological Pattern Generator for Neural Networks
Phonological memory and vocabulary learning in children with focal lesions.
Phonological priming in children's picture naming.
Pragmatics in Memory: A Study of Natural Conversation
Processing a Language without Inflections: A Reaction Time Study of Sentence Interpretation in Chinese
Processing of Morphological and Semantic Cues in Russian and German
Processing of Restrictive Relative Clauses in Hungarian, The
PsyScope experiment-building system., The
Quick, automatic, and general activation of orthographic and phonological representations in young readers.
Repeated Morph Constraint: Toward an Explanation, The
Rules, Rote, and Analogy in Morphological Formations by Hungarian Children
Sentence comprehension in aphasia in two clear case-marking languages.
Sentence Processing in Children with Early Unilateral Brain Injury
Sentence processing strategies in children with expressive and expressive-receptive specific language impairments.
Simultaneous Interpretation and the Competition Model
STEP--a System for Teaching Experimental Psychology using E-Prime.
Symposium on Emergentism, Pittsburgh, PA, May 29-31, 1997
TalkBank: A Multimedia Database of Communicative Interactions
task dependence of staged versus cascaded processing: an empirical and computational study of Stroop interference in speech production., The
Time Course of Anaphor Resolution: Effects of Implicit Verb Causality and Gender, The
Tools for the Linguistic Analysis of the CHILDES Database
Topic as starting point for syntax. -
Toward a Psycholinguistically Plausible Parser
Using CHILDES to Study Language Disorders.
Using Corpora for Language Research
Verbal Planning Functions in Children's Speech
Vocabulary acquisition and verbal short-term memory: computational and neural bases.
wheat and the chaff: or four confusions regarding CHILDES., The
Contributed to or performed: 
ANNUAL REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY
APPLIED LINGUISTICS -OXFORD-
APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY -LONDON- SAGE-
BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
LANGUAGE TESTING
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Thesis--University of California, Berkeley
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BOWKER
NTA
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