Diane Massam, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Linguistics University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Area:
Syntax, Niuean
Website:
http://homes.chass.utoronto.ca/~dmassam/
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Ghomeshi J, Massam D. (2020) Number Is Different in Nominal and Pronominal Phrases Linguistic Inquiry. 51: 597-610
Massam D. (2020) Niuean: Predicates and arguments in an isolating language Oxford University Press
Tollan R, Massam D, Heller D. (2019) Effects of Case and Transitivity on Processing Dependencies: Evidence From Niuean. Cognitive Science. 43: e12736
Pérez-Leroux AT, Peterson T, Castilla-Earls A, et al. (2018) The acquisition of recursive modification in NPs Language. 94: 332-359
Massam D. (2017) Extra be: The syntax of shared shell-noun constructions in English Language. 93: 121-152
Starks D, Massam D. (2015) The origin of yes-no question particles in the Niuean language Journal of Linguistics. 51: 185-212
Massam D, Grant E. (2014) Given two be’s, how do they Agree? Canadian Journal of Linguistics. 59: 395-405
Massam D, Grant E. (2014) Given two be's, how do they Agree? The Canadian Journal of Linguistics \/ La Revue Canadienne De Linguistique. 59: 395-405
Massam D. (2013) Arguments as relations by John Bowers (review) Language. 89: 354-357
Ghomeshi J, Massam D. (2013) The count mass distinction: Issues and perspectives Count and Mass Across Languages
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