Thomas Wasow

Affiliations: 
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
language, psycholinguistics, syntax
Website:
http://www.stanford.edu/~wasow/
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Noam Chomsky grad student 1967-1972 MIT

Children

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Harry Joel Tily grad student Stanford
Pauline  Ida Jacobson grad student 1977 UC Berkeley
Emily M. Bender grad student 1995-2000 Stanford
Susanne Zalta Riehemann grad student 2001 Stanford
Michael Thomas Wescoat grad student 2002 Stanford
Tim Florian Jaeger grad student 2006 Stanford
Luc V. Baronian grad student 2003-2006 Stanford
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Sag IA, Wasow T. (2015) Flexible processing and the design of grammar. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 44: 47-63
Sag IA, Wasow T. (2011) Performance-Compatible Competence Grammar Non-Transformational Syntax: Formal and Explicit Models of Grammar. 359-377
Buchstaller I, Rickford JR, Traugott EC, et al. (2010) The sociolinguistics of a short-lived innovation: Tracing the development of quotative all across spoken and internet newsgroup data Language Variation and Change. 22: 191-219
Wasow T. (2008) Generative Grammar The Handbook of Linguistics. 295-318
Rickford JR, Wasow T, Zwicky A, et al. (2007) Intensive and quotative all: Something old, something new American Speech. 82: 3-31
Bunnell HT, Vogel IB, Arvaniti A, et al. (2006) Editors' report for volume 49 Language and Speech. 49: 549-550
Wasow T, Arnold J. (2005) Intuitions in linguistic argumentation Lingua. 115: 1481-1496
Arnold JE, Wasow T, Asudeh A, et al. (2004) Avoiding attachment ambiguities: The role of constituent ordering Journal of Memory and Language. 51: 55-70
Lohse B, Hawkins JA, Wasow T. (2004) Domain minimization in English verb-particle constructions Language. 80: 238-260
Arnold JE, Losongco A, Wasow T, et al. (2000) Heaviness vs. newness: The effects of structural complexity and discourse status on constituent ordering Language. 76: 28-55
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