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Proceedings of the 6th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2002): L2 Links
edited by Juana M. Liceras, Helmut Zobl, and Helen Goodluck
Printed edition: $340.00

Contents

A Note from the Editors
Juana M. Liceras, Helmut Zobl, and Helen Goodluck
vii (abstract or complete paper)

On Functional Features in Second Language Acquisition of Nominal Compounds: Evidence from the Greek-English Interlanguage
Eleni Agathopoulou
1-8 (abstract or complete paper)

Recognizing 'then' as an Adverb: An Experiment with Brazilian Learners of English
Marina Augusto
9-16 (abstract or complete paper)

Learners' Competence May Be More Accurate Than We Think: Spanish L2 and Agreement Morphology
Joyce Bruhn de Garavito
17-23 (abstract or complete paper)

On the Acquisition of Spanish Causative Structures by L1 Speakers of English
Mónica Cabrera and María Luisa Zubizarreta
24-33 (abstract or complete paper)

Reflexes of a Syntactico-Semantic Organization in English-French Implicatures
Laurent Dekydtspotter and Jon C. Hathorn
34-44 (abstract or complete paper)

L2 Performance: Interlanguage Representations, Computations, and Intuitions
Laurent Dekydtspotter and Rex A. Sprouse
45-54 (abstract or complete paper)

Developmental Stages in the Semantic Acquisition of Quantification by Adult L2 Learners of English: A Pilot Study
Margo DelliCarpini
55-63 (abstract or complete paper)

Can an On-line Response Latency Task Shed Light on Native and Non-native Competence in the Deverbal Compounds of Spanish?
Alain Desrochers, Juana M. Liceras, Todd Spradlin, and Raquel Fernández
64-70 (abstract or complete paper)

Structural and Discourse Factors in Romanian L2 English Learners' Interpretation of Pronouns
Constanta Rodica Diaconescu and Helen Goodluck
71-75 (abstract or complete paper)

Morphosyntactic Interfaces in Spanish L2 Acquisition: The Case of Aspectual Differences between Indefinido and Imperfecto
Lourdes Díaz, Aurora Bel, Ana Ruggia, Konstantina Bekiou, and Elisa Rosado
76-84 (abstract or complete paper)

Is-Insertion in L2 Grammars of English: A Step Forward between Developmental Stages?
M. Teresa Fleta
85-96 (abstract or complete paper)

Parameterized Functional Features and SLA
Florencia Franceschina
97-105 (abstract or complete paper)

The Complicity of Telicity in the Root Infinitive Effect in Child L2 English
Elena Gavruseva
106-114 (abstract or complete paper)

On the Syntax of Predication in Child L2 English
Elena Gavruseva and Melissa Meisterheim
115-121 (abstract or complete paper)

Word-final Syllabification in L2 Acquisition with Emphasis on Korean Learners of English
Heather Goad and Hyun-Sook Kang
122-129 (abstract or complete paper)

Is the Overt Pronoun Constraint Universal? Evidence from L2 Turkish
Ayşe Gürel
130-139 (abstract or complete paper)

Missing Surface Inflection in Adult and Child L2 Acquisition
Belma Haznedar
140-149 (abstract or complete paper)

The Certain Uses of the in L2-English
Tania Ionin and Ken Wexler
150-160 (abstract or complete paper)

Acquisition of English Word Stress by Japanese Learners
Itsue Kawagoe
161-167 (abstract or complete paper)

Putting the Pieces Together: Second Language Learning of Null Subjects, Inversion, and That-trace
Larry LaFond
168-175 (abstract or complete paper)

Second Language Knowledge of [+/-Past] vs. [+/-Finite]
Donna Lardiere
176-189 (abstract or complete paper)

Predicting Perceptual Success with Segments: A Test of Japanese Speakers of Russian
Jenifer Larson-Hall
190-198 (abstract or complete paper)

Failed Features versus Full Transfer Full Access in the Acquisition of a Third Language: Evidence from Tense and Agreement
Yan-kit Ingrid Leung
199-207 (abstract or complete paper)

Acquisition of L2 Length Contrasts
Jennifer Mah and John Archibald
208-212 (abstract or complete paper)

The Emergence of CP in Child Japanese
Keiko Okada and John Grinstead
213-218 (abstract or complete paper)

What Can SLI Tell Us about Transfer in SLA?
Johanne Paradis and Martha Crago
219-226 (abstract or complete paper)

The Light Flashed until Dawn: The L2 Acquisition of the Semantic Mappings of Spanish Tenses and Problems of S-Selection and Compositionality
Ana T. Pérez-Leroux, Monika Majlanova, and Jeannette Sánchez-Naranjo
227-237 (abstract or complete paper)

Verb-Types and Modality in Early Child L2 Root Infinitives
Philippe Prévost
238-247 (abstract or complete paper)

Pouring the Fire with Gasoline: Questioning Conclusions on L2 Argument Structure
Bonnie D. Schwartz, Laurent Dekydtspotter, and Rex A. Sprouse
248-259 (abstract or complete paper)

Second Language Acquisition of Relative Clauses in Irish
Sheila Scott
260-268 (abstract or complete paper)

Secondary Predication in L2 Grammar: A Minimalist Account
Enchao Shi
269-283 (abstract or complete paper)

Semantic and Morphological Reflexes of Functional Categories: The Case of Telicity Marking in L2 Russian
Roumyana Slabakova
284-297 (abstract or complete paper)

Functional-Lexical Code-Mixing Patterns as Evidence for Language Dominance in Young Bilingual Children: A Minimalist Approach
Kenton Todd Spradlin, Juana Liceras, and Raquel Fernández
298-307 (abstract or complete paper)

Is There a Fundamental Difference? The Availability of Universal Grammar in Child versus Adult Second Language Acquisition
John M. Stewart
308-314 (abstract or complete paper)

Lexical Items and Zero Morphology
Lisa Travis
315-330 (abstract or complete paper)

Clitics and Determiners in L2 Greek
Ianthi Maria Tsimpli
331-339 (abstract or complete paper)

The Acquisition of Relative Clauses in a Third Language: Comparing Adults and Children
Inna Vinnitskaya, Suzanne Flynn, and Claire Foley
340-345 (abstract or complete paper)

L2 Learners' Interpretation of Reflexive Anaphora in VP-Ellipsis: A Relevance Theory Perspective
H.G. Ying
346-351 (abstract or complete paper)

The Syntax of Clausal Negation in French and English Speakers' L2 Chinese
Boping Yuan
352-360 (abstract or complete paper)