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Selected Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2010)
edited by Mihaela Pirvulescu, María Cristina Cuervo, Ana T. Pérez-Leroux, Jeffrey Steele, and Nelleke Strik
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Contents

Acknowledgements
Mihaela Pirvulescu, María Cristina Cuervo, Ana T. Pérez-Leroux, Jeffrey Steele, and Nelleke Strik
v-vi (abstract or complete paper)

Children's Interpretation of Disjunction in Questions in Japanese
Nobuaki Akagi, Takuya Goro, Rosalind Thornton, and Stephen Crain
1-11 (abstract or complete paper)

Drawing Inferences about Novel Raising and Control Verbs
Misha Becker and Bruno Estigarribia
12-26 (abstract or complete paper)

Specificity Effects in L2 Determiner Acquisition: UG or Pragmatic Egocentrism?
Viviane Deprez, Petra Sleeman, and Hakima Guella
27-36 (abstract or complete paper)

Catalan Child Relative Contrasts as a Processing Effect
Anna Gavarró, Arnau Cunill, Míriam Muntané, and Marc Reguant
37-50 (abstract or complete paper)

The L1 Acquisition of gustar: Evidence against Maturation
Inmaculada Gómez Soler
51-65 (abstract or complete paper)

Optimality Theoretic L2 Reranking and the Constraint Fluctuation Hypothesis: Coda Nasals in the L2 English of L1 Spanish Speakers
C. Elizabeth Goodin-Mayeda, Jeffrey Renaud, and Jason Rothman
66-77 (abstract or complete paper)

The Acquisition of Contrastive and Non-contrastive Anaphoric Forms in Brazilian Portuguese
Elaine Grolla
78-89 (abstract or complete paper)

Ser and estar: The Role of Adjective-Types
Carolina Holtheuer, Karen Miller, and Cristina Schmitt
90-105 (abstract or complete paper)

All Pronouns Are Not Acquired Equally in Dutch: Elicitation of Object and Quantitative Pronouns
Angeliek van Hout, Alma Veenstra, and Sanne Berends
106-121 (abstract or complete paper)

That's the Meaning: Interpretation of Definite and Demonstrative Descriptions in L2-English
Tania Ionin, Soondo Baek, Eunah Kim, Heejeong Ko, and Ken Wexler
122-138 (abstract or complete paper)

An Acquisition Procedure for Category Assignment: The Case of Dutch P°
Jacqueline van Kampen and Rianne Schippers
139-149 (abstract or complete paper)

On the Acquisition of Implicated Presuppositions: Evidence from French Personal Pronouns
Géraldine Legendre, Isabelle Barrière, Louise Goyet, and Thierry Nazzi
150-162 (abstract or complete paper)

How the Understanding of Focus Particles Develops: Evidence from Child German
Anja Müller, Petra Schulz, and Barbara Höhle
163-171 (abstract or complete paper)

L2 Acquisition of Coercion
Larissa Nossalik
172-183 (abstract or complete paper)

Noun Raising in Child English
Koichi Otaki
184-192 (abstract or complete paper)

Grammar Matters: Evidence from Phonological and Morphological Development in Northern East Cree
Yvan Rose and Julie Brittain
193-208 (abstract or complete paper)

A Cross-linguistic Approach to the 'Erroneous' Genitive Subjects: Underspecification of Tense in Child Grammar Revisited
Naoko Sawada and Keiko Murasugi
209-226 (abstract or complete paper)

Derivational Complexity Effects in L2 Acquisition
Nikolay Slavkov
227-240 (abstract or complete paper)

Configurational Structures in Child Japanese: New Evidence
Koji Sugisaki
241-248 (abstract or complete paper)

On the Role of Age of Onset and Input in Early Child Bilingualism in Greek and Dutch
Sharon Unsworth, Froso Argyri, Leonie Cornips, Aafke Hulk, Antonella Sorace, and Ianthi Tsimpli
249-265 (abstract or complete paper)

There Aren't Many Difficulties with Definiteness: Negative Existentials in the L2 English of Turkish and Russian Speakers
Lydia White, Alyona Belikova, Paul Hagstrom, Tanja Kupisch, and Öner Özçelik
266-276 (abstract or complete paper)

Children's 2Aux Negative Questions: Elicited Production versus Spontaneous Speech
Ting Xu and William Snyder
277-285 (abstract or complete paper)