Johanna Nichols, PhD

Slavic Languages and Literatures  University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Farrell Ackerman grad student UC Berkeley
Alan C. L. Yu grad student UC Berkeley
John Du Bois grad student 1981 UC Berkeley
Sarah E. Shull grad student 2000 UC Berkeley
Sabine E. Stoll grad student 2001 UC Berkeley
Julia McAnallen grad student 2011 UC Berkeley
Erin V. Coyne grad student 2014 UC Berkeley
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Nichols J. (2017) Non-linguistic Conditions for Causativization as a Linguistic Attractor. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 2356
Hyman LM, Koptjevskaja-Tamm M, Lahiri A, et al. (2017) The unabashed typologist: A Frans Plank Schubertiade Linguistic Typology. 21: 1-8
Nichols J. (2017) Person as an inflectional category Linguistic Typology. 21: 387-456
Widmer M, Auderset S, Nichols J, et al. (2017) NP recursion over time: evidence from indo-european Language. 93: 799-826
Grünthal RMV, Nichols J. (2016) Transitivizing-detransitivizing typology and language family history Lingua Posnaniensis. 58: 11-31
Karafet TM, Bulayeva KB, Nichols J, et al. (2015) Coevolution of genes and languages and high levels of population structure among the highland populations of Daghestan. Journal of Human Genetics
Nichols J. (2008) Language Spread Rates and Prehistoric American Migration Rates Current Anthropology. 49: 1109-1117
Gurevich O, McAnallen J, Morabito E, et al. (2006) Lexicon and context in feminization in Russian Russian Linguistics. 30: 175-211
Nichols J. (1997) Modeling Ancient Population Structures and Movement in Linguistics Annual Review of Anthropology. 26: 359-384
Nichols J. (1995) Who are the Chechen? Central Asian Survey. 14: 573-577
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