Ivan A. Sag

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Noam Chomsky grad student MIT

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Rui P. Chaves grad student Stanford
Anthony R. Davis grad student Stanford
Robert Malouf grad student San Diego State University
David Y. Oshima grad student 2006 Stanford
John T. Beavers grad student 2000-2006 Stanford
Philip Hofmeister grad student 2008 Stanford
Mika (Michaela) Menken (Poss) grad student 2004-2008 Stanford
Elisabeth Norcliffe grad student 2009 Stanford
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Sag IA, Wasow T. (2015) Flexible processing and the design of grammar. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 44: 47-63
Hofmeister P, Jaeger TF, Arnon I, et al. (2013) The source ambiguity problem: Distinguishing the effects of grammar and processing on acceptability judgments. Language and Cognitive Processes. 28: 48-87
Hofmeister P, Casasanto LS, Sag IA. (2012) Misapplying working-memory tests: A reductio ad absurdum Language. 88: 408-409
Hofmeister P, Casasanto LS, Sag IA. (2012) How do individual cognitive differences relate to acceptability judgments?: A reply to Sprouse, Wagers, and Phillips Language. 88: 390-400
Hofmeister P, Casasanto LS, Sag IA. (2011) Islands in the grammar? standards of evidence Experimental Syntax and Island Effects. 42-63
Sag IA, Wasow T. (2011) Performance-Compatible Competence Grammar Non-Transformational Syntax: Formal and Explicit Models of Grammar. 359-377
Hofmeister P, Sag IA. (2010) Cognitive Constraints and Island Effects. Language. 86: 366-415
Sag IA. (2010) English filler-gap constructions Language. 86: 486-545
Sag IA. (2010) Feature geometry and predictions of locality Features: Perspectives On a Key Notion in Linguistics
Copestake A, Flickinger D, Pollard C, et al. (2005) Minimal recursion semantics: An introduction Research On Language and Computation. 3: 281-332
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