Faculty Publications

Ackerman, Farrell, and Robert Malouf. in press. “Implicative Relations in Word-Based Morphological Systems.” In Cambridge Handbook of Morphology, edited by Andrew Hippisley and Gregory Stump. Cambridge University Press.
———. 2013. “Morphological Organization: The Low Conditional Entropy Conjecture.” Language 89: 429–64.
———. 2015. “The No Blur Principle Effects as an Emergent Property of Language Systems.” In Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1–14.
———. 2016a. “Beyond Caricatures: Commentary on The Language Myth, Vyvyan Evans.” Language 91: 189–94.
———. 2016b. “Word and Pattern Morphology: An Information-Theoretic Approach.” Word Structure 9 (2): 125–31. doi:10.3366/word.2016.0090.

Ackerman, Farrell, Robert Malouf, and James P. Blevins. 2016. “Patterns and Discriminability in Language Analysis.” Word Structure 9 (2): 132–55. doi:10.3366/word.2016.0091.

Ackerman, Farrell, Robert Malouf, and John Moore. in press. “Symmetrical Objects in Moro: An HPSG Account.” Journal of Linguistics

An, Li, Ming-Hsiang Tsou, Stephen E. S. Crook, Yongwan Chun, Brian Spitzberg, J. Mark Gawron, and Dipak K. Gupta. 2015. “Space–Time Analysis: Concepts, Quantitative Methods, and Future Directions.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 0 (0): 1–24. doi:10.1080/00045608.2015.1064510.

Aslam, Anoshé A., Ming-Hsiang Tsou, Brian H. Spitzberg, Li An, J. Mark Gawron, Dipak K. Gupta, K. Michael Peddecord, et al. 2014. “The Reliability of Tweets as a Supplementary Method of Seasonal Influenza Surveillance.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 16 (11): e250. doi:10.2196/jmir.3532.

Blevins, James P., Farrell Ackerman, and Robert Malouf. in press. “Word-and-Paradigm Morphology.” In Oxford Handbook of Morphological Theory, edited by Jenny Audring and Francesca Masini. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Blevins, James P., Farrell Ackerman, Robert Malouf, and Michael Ramscar. 2016. “Morphology as an Adaptive Discriminative System.” In Morphological Metatheory, edited by Heidi Harley and Daniel Siddiqi, 269–300. John Benjamins.

Choi, Soonja. 2011. “Language-Specificity of Motion Event Expressions in Young Korean Children.” Language, Interaction and Acquisition / Langage, Interaction et Acquisition 2 (1): 157–84. doi:10.1075/lia.2.1.07cho.
———. 2013. “Language-Specificity of Motion Event Expressions in Young Korean Children.” In Grammaticalization and First Language Acquisition: Crosslinguistic Perspectives, edited by Dominique Bassano and Maya Hickmann, 157–84. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Choi, Soonja, and Kate Hattrup. 2012. “Relative Contribution of Perception/cognition and Language on Spatial Categorization.” Cognitive Science 36 (1): 102–29. doi:10.1111/j.1551-6709.2011.01201.x.

Cortes, Viviana, and Eniko Csomay. 2015a. http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/cllt.2012.8.issue-1/cllt-2012-0005/cllt-2012-0005.xml?format=INT In Corpus-Based Research in Applied Linguistics. In Honor of Doug Biber, edited by Viviana Cortes and Eniko Csomay, xv – xix. John Benjamins Publishing Company.
———. , eds. 2015b. Corpus-Based Research in Applied Linguistics: Studies in Honor of Doug Biber. John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Crawford, William, and Eniko Csomay. 2016. Doing Corpus Linguistics. Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138024618.

Csomay, Eniko. 2012a. “Contemporary Perspectives on Discourse and Corpora.” Special Issue of Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 8 (1).
———. 2012b. “A Corpus-Based Look at Short Turns in University Classroom Interaction.” Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 8 (1): 103–28. doi:10.1515/cllt-2012-0005.
———. 2012c. “Contemporary Perspectives on Discourse and Corpora: Introduction to Special Issue.” Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 8 (1): 1–8. doi:10.1515/cllt-2012-0001.
———. 2013. “Lexical Bundles in Discourse Structure: A Corpus-Based Study of Classroom Discourse.” Applied Linguistics 34 (3): 369–88.
———. 2015. “A Corpus-Based Analysis of Linguistic Variation in Teacher and Student Presentations in University Settings.” In Corpus-Based Research in Applied Linguistics: Studies in Honor of Doug Biber, edited by Viviana Cortes and Eniko Csomay, 1–24. John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Csomay, Eniko, and Marija Petrović. 2012. “‘Yes, Your Honor!’: A Corpus-Based Study of Technical Vocabulary in Discipline-Related Movies and TV Shows.” System 40 (2): 305–15. doi:10.1016/j.system.2012.05.004.

Csomay, Eniko, Elizabeth Pollard, Suzanne Bordelon, and Audrey Beck. 2015. “Researching Student Learning in a Two-Tiered General Education Program.” The Journal of General Education 64 (3): 171–95.

Edwards, N. Lawrence, Robert Malouf, Fernando Perez Ruiz, Pascal Richette, Siobhan Southam, and Matthew DiChiara. 2016. “A Computational Lexical Analysis of the Language Commonly Used to Describe Gout.” Arthritis Care & Research 68: 763–68. doi:10.1002/acr.22746.

Gawron, Jean Mark. 2011. “Frame Semantics.” In Semantics: An International Handbook  of Natural Language Meaning, edited by C Maienborn, K von Heusinger, and P Portner. HSK Handbooks  of Linguistics and Communication Science Series 23. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
———. 2014. “Improving Sparse Word Similarity Models with Asymmetric Measures.” In Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (Volume 2: Short Papers), 2:296–301. http://aclanthology.info/papers/improving-sparse-word-similarity-models-with-asymmetric-measures

Gawron, Jean Mark, and Kellen Stephens. 2015. “Sparsity and Normalization in Word Similarity Systems.” Natural Language Engineering FirstView (August): 1–45. doi:10.1017/S1351324915000261.

Gawron, J.M., D. Gupta, K. Stephens, M-H Tsou, Brian Spitzberg, and Li An. 2012. “Using Group Membership  Markers for Group Identification.” In Proceedings  of the International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM).

Gupta, Dipak K, Brian Spitzberg, Ming-Hsiang Tsou, Li An, and Jean Mark Gawron. 2015. “Ideas and Violence.” Countering Violent Extremism, 44.

Ha, Kyoungmi, and Soonja Choi. 2012. “Adult Second Language Learners’ Acquisition of Word Order and Case Markers in Korean.” The Korean Language in America 17: 1–23.

Jegerski, Jill, Gregory D. Keating, and Bill VanPatten. 2014. “On-Line Relative Clause Attachment Strategy in Heritage Speakers of Spanish.” International Journal of Bilingualism, October, 1367006914552288. doi:10.1177/1367006914552288.

Jegerski, Jill, Bill VanPatten, and Gregory D Keating. 2011. “Cross-Linguistic Variation and the Acquisition of Pronominal Reference in L2 Spanish.” Second Language Research 27 (4): 481–507. doi:10.1177/0267658311406033.

Jegerski, Jill, Bill VanPatten, and Gregory D. Keating. 2016. “Relative Clause Attachment Preferences in Early and Late Spanish-English Bilinguals.” In Advances in Spanish as a Heritage Language, edited by Diego Pascual y Cabo, 81–98. John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Kaplan, Jeffrey P. 2012. “Unfaithful to Textualism.” Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy 10 (2): 385–428.

Keating, Gregory D. 2014. “Eye-Tracking With Text.” In Research Methods in Second Language Psycholinguistics, edited by Jill Jegerski and Bill VanPatten, 69–126. New York: Routledge.
———. 2015. Second Language Acquisition: The Basics. Routledge.

Keating, Gregory D., and Jill Jegerski. 2015. “Experimental Designs in Sentence Processing Research.” Studies in Second Language Acquisition 37 (01): 1–32. doi:10.1017/S0272263114000187.

Keating, Gregory D., Jill Jegerski, and Bill Vanpatten. 2016. “Online Processing of Subject Pronouns in Monolingual and Heritage Bilingual Speakers of Mexican Spanish.” Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 19 (01): 36–49. doi:10.1017/S1366728914000418.

Keating, Gregory D., Bill VanPatten, and Jill Jegerski. 2011. “Who Was Walking on the Beach? Anaphora Resolution in Spanish Heritage Speakers and Adult Second Language Learners.” Studies in Second Language Acquisition 33 (2): 193–221. doi:10.1017/S0272263110000732.

Kitajima, Ryu. in press. “Does the Advanced Proficiency Evaluated in Oral-like Written Text Support Syntactic Parsing in a Written Academic Text among L2 Japanese Learners?” Foreign Language Annals
———. 2013. “Interactional Features of Repair Negotiation in NS–NNS Interaction on Two Task Types: Information Gap and Personal Information Exchange.” Linguistics and Education 24 (2): 165–78. doi:10.1016/j.linged.2013.01.003.

Li, Yu, and Zheng-sheng Zhang. 2015. “CFL for University and College Students: Curriculum and Instruction.” In Perspectives on Chinese as a Foreign Language Education, edited by Leung and Zhang. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG.

Malouf, Robert. in press. “Defaults and Lexical Prototypes.” In Defaults in Morphological Theory, edited by Nikolas Gisborne and Andrew Hippisley. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Malouf, Robert, Farrell Ackerman, and Scott Seyfarth. 2015. “Explaining the Number Hierarchy.” In Proceedings of the 37th Annual Cognitive Science Society Meeting, 1500–1506. Pasadena, CA.

Nagel, Anna C, Ming-Hsiang Tsou, Brian H Spitzberg, Li An, J Mark Gawron, Dipak K Gupta, Jiue-An Yang, et al. 2013. “The Complex Relationship of Realspace Events and Messages in Cyberspace: Case Study of Influenza and Pertussis Using Tweets.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 15 (10). doi:10.2196/jmir.2705.

Poole, Deborah. 2011. “‘Mao Might Cheat’: The Interactional Construction of the Imaginary Situation in a Fifth Dimension After-School Setting.” Mind, Culture, and Activity 18 (3): 216–36.

Richardson, G. Manning, Janet Bowers, A. John Woodill, Joseph R. Barr, Jean Mark Gawron, and Richard A. Levine. 2014. “Topic Models: A Tutorial with R.” International Journal of Semantic Computing 08 (01): 85–98. doi:10.1142/S1793351X14500044.

Samraj, Betty. 2012. “Swales, John M.” In The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781405198431.wbeal1132/abstract
———. 2013. “Form and Function of Citations in Discussion Sections of Master’s Theses and Research Articles.” Journal of English for Academic Purposes 12 (4): 299–310. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2013.09.001.
———. 2014. “Move Structure.” In Pragmatics of Discourse, edited by K. P. Schneider and A. Barron. Mouton de Gruyter.
———. 2016a. “Research Articles.” In Routledge Handbook of English for Academic Purposes, edited by K Hyland and P Shaw, 403–15. Routledge.
———. 2016b. “Discourse Structure and Variation in Manuscript Reviews: Implications for Genre Categorization.” English for Specific Purposes 42 (April): 76–88. doi:10.1016/j.esp.2015.12.003.

Samraj, Betty, and Jean Mark Gawron. 2015. “The Suicide Note as a Genre: Implications for Genre Theory.” Journal of English for Academic Purposes 19: 88–101. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2015.04.006.

Samraj, Betty, and Marija Petrovic. 2013. “Discourse Analysis of Law School Lectures and Suggestions for Listening Comprehension.” In Conference Proceedings of The First International Conference on Teaching English for Specific Purposes, edited by N Skojkovic, 92–103. Nis, Serbia.

Seyfarth, Scott, Farrell Ackerman, and Robert Malouf. 2014. “Implicative Organization Facilitates Morphological Learning.” In Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 480–94.

Spitzberg, Brian, Ming-Hsiang Tsou, Li An, Dipak Gupta, Jean Mark Gawron, and Daniel Lusher. 2013. “The Map Is Not Which Territory?: Speculating on the Geo-Spatial Diffusion of Ideas in the Arab Spring of 2011.” Studies in Media and Communication 1 (1). http://mappingideas.sdsu.edu/publications/spitzberg_map_is_not_which_territory.pdf

Tsou, Ming-Hsiang, Chin-Te Jung, Chris Allen, Jiue-An Yang, Jean-Mark Gawron, Brian H. Spitzberg, and Su Han. 2015. “Social Media Analytics and Research Test-Bed (SMART Dashboard).” In Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Social Media & Society, 2:1–2:7. SMSociety ’15. New York, NY, USA: ACM. doi:10.1145/2789187.2789196.

Tsou, Ming-Hsiang, Ick-Hoi Kim, Sarah Wandersee, Daniel Lusher, Li An, Brian Spitzberg, Dipak Gupta, et al. 2013. “Mapping Ideas from Cyberspace to Realspace: Visualizing the Spatial Context of Keywords from Web Page Search Results.” International Journal of Digital Earth 0 (0): 1–20. doi:10.1080/17538947.2013.781240.

VanPatten, Bill, Gregory D. Keating, and Michael J. Leeser. 2012. “Missing Verbal Inflections as a Representational Problem: Evidence from Self-Paced Reading.” Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 2 (2): 109–40.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina. forthcoming. “Doing Conversation Analysis in Mandarin Chinese: Basic Methods.” Chinese Language and Discourse 7 (2).
———. forthcoming. “Turn Design and Progression: Aiyou in Mandarin Conversation.” Chinese Language and Discourse 7 (2).
———. forthcoming. “Turn Design and Progression: The Use of Aiyou in Mandarin Conversation.” In Turn-Initial Particles across Languages, edited by J. Heritage and M.-L. Sorjonen. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
———. 2011. “A Conversation Analysis of Self-Praising in Everyday Mandarin Interaction.” Journal of Pragmatics 43 (13): 3152–76. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2011.05.016.
———. 2012. “Self-Praising Through Reporting: Strategic Use of Two Reporting Practices in Mandarin Conversation.” Discourse Processes 49 (8): 622–59. doi:10.1080/0163853X.2012.722060.
———. 2013. “Native and Non-Native Students’ Interaction with a Text-Based Prompt.” Assessing Writing 18 (3): 202–17. doi:10.1016/j.asw.2013.01.001.
———. 2014. “Managing Turn Entry: The Design of EI-Prefaced Turns in Mandarin Conversation.” Journal of Pragmatics 66 (May): 139–61. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2014.03.003.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina, and J. Heritage. in press. “Particles and Epistemics: Convergences and Divergences between English and Mandarin.” In Enabling Human Conduct: Naturalistic Studies of Talk-in-Interaction, edited by G. Lerner, J. Heritage, and G. Raymond. John Benjamins.

Zhang, Zheng-sheng. forthcoming. Dimensions of Variation in Written Chinese. Routledge.
———. 2011a. Teacher Handbook for Integrated Chinese, Level 1, Part 2. Boston: Cheng & Tsui.
———. 2011b. “Two Dimensions of Written Chinese.《薛凤生先生八十寿辰论文集》.” In Festschrift for Professor Frank Hsueh, 华书局. Beijing: Zhonghua Shuju.
———. 2012a. Teacher Handbook for Integrated Chinese, Level 2, Part 1. Boston: Cheng & Tsui.
———. 2012b. “电脑辅助语言研究一例:成语的统计分析.  (Computer-Aided Linguistic   Research: A Case Study; Statistical Analysis of Idioms).” Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching (JTCLT).
———. 2012c. “A Corpus Study of Variation in Written Chinese.” Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 8 (1): 209–40. doi:10.1515/cllt-2012-0009.
———. 2013a. Teacher Handbook for Integrated Chinese, Level 2, Part 2. Boston: Cheng & Tsui.
———. 2013b. “The Classical Elements in Written Chinese: A Multidimensional Quantitative Study.” Chinese Language and Discourse 4 (2): 157–80. doi:10.1075/cld.4.2.01zha.
———. 2013c. “汉语书面语中的‘书’与‘文’两个面向.  (The ‘Literate’ and ‘Literary’ Dimensions of Written Chinese).” In Written Chinese - Present and Past, edited by Shengli Feng. Vol. 13. Linguistics Frontier Series. Beijing: Beijing University Press.
———. 2016. “A Multi-Dimensional Corpus Study of Mixed Compounds in Chinese.” In Integrating Chinese Linguistic Research and Language Teaching and Learning, edited by Tao. John Benjamins.

Zhang, Zheng-sheng, and Yu Li. in press. “CFL for University and College Students: Curriculum and Instruction.” In Perspectives on Chinese as a Foreign Language Education, edited by Leung and Zhang. Switzerland: Springer International.