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Judy Kegl
Judy Kegl
Professor of Linguistics, University of Southern Maine
Verified email at maine.edu
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The syntax of American Sign Language: Functional categories and hierarchical structure
CJ Neidle, J Kegl, B Bahan, D MacLaughlin, RG Lee
MIT press, 2000
8722000
Creation through contact: Sign language emergence and sign language change in Nicaragua
J Kegl, A Senghas, M Coppola
Language creation and language change: Creolization, diachrony, and …, 1999
6231999
PARSNIP: A connectionist network that learns natural language grammar from exposure to natural language sentences
SJ Hanson, J Kegl
Proceedings of the Eight Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society …, 1987
1971987
Anatomy of a Verb Entry: from Linguistic Theory to Lexicographic Practice*
BT Atkins, J Kegl, B Levin
International Journal of Lexicography 1 (2), 84-126, 1988
1561988
Clausal structure and a tier for grammatical marking in American Sign Language
D Aarons, B Bahan, J Kegl, C Neidle
Nordic Journal of Linguistics 15 (2), 103-142, 1992
1531992
Nicaraguan sign language and theory of mind: The issue of critical periods and abilities
G Morgan, J Kegl
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 47 (8), 811-819, 2006
1282006
When Does Structure Stop and Style Begin? Syntax, Morphology, and Phonology v.-s. Stylistic Variation in American Sign Language
JA Kegl, R BRING-WILBUR
Papers from the... Regional Meeting. Chicago Ling. Soc. Chicago, Ill, 376-396, 1976
1271976
Levels of representation and units of access relevant to agrammatism
J Kegl
Brain and language 50 (2), 151-200, 1995
1111995
Predicate Argument Structure and Verb-Class Organization in
J Kegl
Sign language research: Theoretical issues, 149, 1990
1101990
Lenguaje de Signos Nicaragüense: A pidgin sheds light on the “creole?” ASL
J Kegl, G Iwata
Proceedings of the fourth annual meeting of the Pacific Linguistics …, 1989
1071989
Locative relations in American Sign Language word formation, syntax and discourse
JA Shepard-Kegl
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1985
1041985
Narrative⁄ Story Structure, Pausing, and American Sign Language
JP Gee, JA Shepard-Kegl PhD
Discourse Processes, 1983
991983
The Nicaraguan sign language project: An overview
J Kegl
Signpost 7, 24-31, 1994
941994
Aphasic and Parkinsonian signing: Differences in phonological disruption
D Brentari, H Poizner, J Kegl
Brain and Language 48 (1), 69-105, 1995
861995
The licensing of null arguments in American Sign Language
B Bahan, J Kegl, RG Lee, D MacLaughlin, C Neidle
Linguistic Inquiry 31 (1), 1-27, 2000
842000
Explicit and implicit information in dictionaries
BTS Atkins, J Kegl, B Levin
Lexicon Project, Center for Cognitive Science, Massachusetts Institute of …, 1986
781986
Fractionation of the components of role play in a right-hemispheric lesioned signer
RC Loew, JA Kegl, H Poizner
Aphasiology 11 (3), 263-281, 1997
741997
Wordnet: An electronic lexical reference system based on theories of lexical memory
G Miller, C Fellbaum, J Kegl, K Miller
Revue québécoise de linguistique 17 (2), 181-212, 1988
711988
Neural basis of language and motor behaviour: Perspectives from American Sign Language
H Poizner, J Kegl
Aphasiology 6 (3), 219-256, 1992
701992
Language emergence in a language-ready brain: Acquisition
J Kegl
Variation and universals in biolinguistics, 195-236, 2004
672004
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