Sandra A. Thompson, Ph.D.

Linguistics University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Interactional linguistics, conversation and grammar, East Asian linguistics
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Charles Fillmore grad student 1969 Ohio State
 (On relative clause structure in relation to the nature of sentence complexity)


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Uldis I. Balodis grad student UC Santa Barbara
Joan L. Bybee grad student
Marianne Celce-Murcia grad student (EduTree)
Barbara Fox grad student 1984 UCLA
Thomas Edward Payne grad student 1976-1985 UC Santa Barbara (EduTree)
Ping Chen grad student 1986 UCLA
Ruey-Jiuan Regina Wu grad student 2000 UCLA
Joseph S. Park grad student 2004 UC Santa Barbara
Hiroko Takanashi grad student 2004 UC Santa Barbara
Monica J. Turk grad student 2006 UC Santa Barbara
Edmundo C. Luna grad student 2009 UC Santa Barbara
Kobin H. Kendrick grad student 2010 UC Santa Barbara
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Thompson SA. (2019) Understanding ‘clause’ as an emergent ‘unit’ in everyday conversation Studies in Language. 43: 254-280
Kärkkäinen E, Thompson SA. (2018) Language and bodily resources: ‘Response packages’ in response to polar questions in English Journal of Pragmatics. 123: 220-238
Ono T, Thompson SA. (2017) Negative scope, temporality, fixedness, and right- and left-branching: Implications for typology and cognitive processing Studies in Language. 41: 543-576
Suzuki R, Thompson SA. (2016) Beyond dichotomies and continua?: an interactional approach to the grammar of clause combining in Japanese Language Sciences. 58: 35-50
Ford CE, Thompson SA, Drake V. (2012) Bodily-visual practices and turn continuation. Discourse Processes. 49: 192-212
Ono T, Thompson SA, Sasaki Y. (2012) Japanese Negotiation through Emerging Final Particles in Everyday Talk. Discourse Processes. 49: 243-272
Luke K, Thompson SA, Ono T. (2012) Turns and Increments: A Comparative Perspective Discourse Processes. 49: 155-162
Fox BA, Thompson SA. (2010) Responses to Wh-Questions in English Conversation Research On Language and Social Interaction. 43: 133-156
Thompson SA, Tao H. (2010) Conversation, grammar, and fixedness: Adjectives in Mandarin revisited Chinese Language and Discourse. An International and Interdisciplinary Journal. 1: 3-30
Couper-Kuhlen E, Thompson SA. (2008) On assessing situations and events in conversation: `extraposition' and its relatives: Discourse Studies. 10: 443-467
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