Leiden University Centre for Linguistics - LUCL


Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Secretariat Symmetry and asymmetry in folk
Secretariat Text setting
Secretariat Universal decorative patterns and geometric core knowledge
Secretariat Basic proportional patterns and geometric core knowlegde
Secretariat The acquisition of ordinals and the core knowledge system of number
Secretariat The linguistic typology of number systems and the core knowledge system of number
Secretariat Relative pitch in music and language
Secretariat What is shared (and what is unique) in music and language
Secretariat The persuasiveness of grammar - conditional constructions beyond if
Secretariat Reconstructing the past through languages of the present: the Lesser Sunda Islands
Secretariat Going Dutch. The Construction of Dutch in Policy, Practice and Discourse (1750-1850)
Secretariat Splitting the mother tongue: The position of Anatolian in the dispersal of the Indo-European language family
Secretariat The evolution of the lexicon. Explorations in lexical stability, semantic shift and borrowing in a Papuan language family.
Secretariat Understanding questions
Secretariat The processing of in-situ wh-questions
Secretariat Revisiting the syntax and semantics of in-situ wh-questions
Secretariat The prosody of in-situ wh-questions
Secretariat The Phonology of Slovenian
Secretariat Knowledge and culture
Secretariat Lend me your ears: the grammar of (un)transferable possession
Secretariat Mapping possession onto morphosyntax
Secretariat Mapping morphosyntax onto possession
Secretariat A theory for mapping possession
Secretariat The role of hearing signers in the development of channel specific structures in sign languages of deaf communities
Secretariat Cuban and SamanĂ¡ Haitian as windows on creole genesis
Secretariat The Complexity of Gender
Secretariat Tapping into semantic recovery: an event-related potential study on the processing of gapping
Secretariat Modeling Artificial Language Learning
Secretariat Perceptual learning biases in birds
Secretariat Perceptual learning biases in infants
Secretariat Segments and rules: a comparative study into the computational mechanisms underlying language acquisition
Secretariat An experimental approach to the interaction of tone sandhi and focus expression in six dialects of Chinese
Secretariat Bakola documentation project
Secretariat How Arabic influenced Berber, and the typology of contact-induced change
Secretariat Documentation and Analysis of !Ora and !Ui languages
Secretariat Bridging the unbridgeable: linguists, prescriptivists and the general public
Secretariat Prescriptivism and the media
Secretariat Attitudes to usage vs. actual usage in British and American English
Secretariat MODOMA: Computer-Simulated Laboratory-Approach to Language Acquisition
Secretariat Constructions emerging
Secretariat Splitting and clustering grammatical information
Secretariat Unexpected sisterhood (similarities in dialects)
Secretariat Prosody in whispered speech: retrieving alternative cues to pitch
Secretariat The Dynamics of Light Verbs in the History of West Germanic Languages
Secretariat Learning language in a virtual scenario: A grounded approach in teaching natural language to computers
Secretariat Salvage documentation of South African Khoekhoe and !Ui languages
Secretariat Endangered sign languages in village communities
Secretariat Alor-Pantar languages: origins and theoretical impact
Secretariat The nature of evidentiality
Secretariat Functional projections in analytic languages
Secretariat 'Kindersprache, Aphasie und allgemeine Lautgesetze' revisited
Secretariat The Dawn of Dutch: Language Change in the Low Countries between 500 and 1200 AD
Secretariat Stressing the facts; Accentuation in Hittite
Secretariat Crossing the great divide: the sonorant-obstruent contrast in phonology
Secretariat Stylistics of Dutch
Secretariat Representation and Processing of Pitch Variation in Tonal Languages
Secretariat Proto-Greek: a reconstruction
Secretariat Indo-European etymological dictionary
Secretariat A psycholinguistic model for phonological development

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