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William Snyder

Linguistics University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Language Acquisition, Comparative Syntax, Syntax-Semantics Interface
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Noam Chomsky grad student 1990-1995 MIT
David Pesetsky grad student 1990-1995 MIT (Neurotree)
Steven Pinker grad student 1990-1995 MIT
Ken Wexler grad student 1990-1995 MIT
Pierre Pica research scientist 1990- MIT and Harvard (Neurotree)


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Kazuko Hiramatsu grad student 1995-2000 University of Connecticut
Koji Sugisaki grad student 1998-2003 University of Connecticut
Maki Yamane grad student 1998-2003 University of Connecticut (LinguisTree)
Bosook Kang grad student 2005 University of Connecticut (LinguisTree)
Natalia Rakhlin grad student 2000-2007 University of Connecticut
Jean Lenore Crawford grad student 2005-2012 University of Connecticut (Neurotree)
Koichi Otaki grad student 2006-2014 University of Connecticut (Neurotree)
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Snyder W. (2021) A parametric approach to the acquisition of syntax. Journal of Child Language. 1-26
Xu T, Snyder W. (2017) There and back again: An acquisition study Language Acquisition. 24: 3-26
Hanink EA, Snyder W. (2014) Particles and Compounds in German: Evidence for the Compounding Parameter Language Acquisition. 21: 199-211
Snyder W. (2013) On the relationship between syntactic competence and language processing Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism. 3: 345-349
Grela B, Snyder W, Hiramatsu K. (2005) The production of novel root compounds in children with specific language impairment. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. 19: 701-15
Sugisaki K, Snyder W. (2005) The parameter of preposition stranding: A view from child English Language Acquisition. 13: 349-361
Snyder W, Senghas A, Inman K. (2001) Agreement Morphology and the Acquisition of Noun-Drop in Spanish Language Acquisition. 9: 157-173
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