Norbert Hornstein, Ph.D.

Linguistics University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
syntax, linguistic theory
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Carstens V, Hornstein N, Seely TD. (2016) Head-head relations in Problems of projection Linguistic Review. 33: 67-86
Watumull J, Hauser MD, Roberts IG, et al. (2014) On recursion. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 1017
Wagers MW. (2014) Syntax in forward and in reverse: Form, memory, and language processing The Routledge Handbook of Syntax. 409-425
Drummond A, Hornstein N. (2014) Remarks and replies: Some Purported Problems for the Movement Theory of Control Linguistic Inquiry. 45: 449-462
Larson B, Hornstein N. (2013) A note on P-stranding and adjunct extraction from Nominals Linguistic Inquiry. 44: 669-674
Rodrigues C, Hornstein N. (2013) Epicene Agreement and Inflected Infinitives When the Data Is "Under Control": A Reply to Modesto () Syntax. 16: 292-309
Hornstein N. (2013) Remarks on Computational Complexity: Response to Abels Mind and Language. 28: 430-434
Hornstein N. (2013) Three Grades of Grammatical Involvement: Syntax from a Minimalist Perspective Mind and Language. 28: 392-420
Abe J, Hornstein N. (2012) "Lasnik-Effects" and String-Vacuous ATB Movement Ways of Structure Building
Drummond A, Kush D, Hornstein N. (2011) Minimalist Construal: Two Approaches to A and B The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Minimalism
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