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Name: Judit  Gervain
Institution: Université Paris V - Descartes
State and/or Country: TS
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Hungarian
Selected Publications: 2004. 'The Syntax and the Semantics of the Resumptive
Dependency in Hungarian Focus-raising
Constructions'. In Benjamin Shaer, Werner Frey,
Claudia Maienborn (eds.): Proceedings of the
Dislocated Elements Workshop (ZAS Berlin,
November 2003), ZAS Papers in Linguistics, 35:1,

Gervain, J. and Pléh, Cs. 2004. „Igevonzatok a magyar mondatmegértésben”
[Verbal complements in Hungrian sentence
processing]. In: Pléh, Cs. and Gervain, J. (ed.). to
appear. Láthatatlan megismerés [Invisible science -
papers in cognitive science from the students of the
Invisible College], Budapest: Osiris.

2003. “Where is the Lexicon?”. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26(6):

2003. “Syntactic microvariation and methodology: Problems and
Perspectives”. Acta Linguistica Hungarica, 50 (3-4): 405-

2002. „Az olvasás gyönyöre? ” [The pleasure of reading? A state
of the art report on dyslexia research]. Pszichológiai
Szemle [The Hungarian Review of Psychology], 57:3,

2001. „Adaptáció, exaptáció vagy csoda?” [Adaptation,
exaptation or miracle?] In: Kampis, Gy and Ropolyi,
L. (eds.): Evolúció és megismerés [Evolution and
Cognition]. Budapest: Typotex, 123-132.

2001. „When Chomsky meets Searle” In: Kertész, A. (ed.): The
pragmatics of scientific discourse, Frankfurt-am-Main: Lang
Verlag, 113-133.
Reviewer of: Syntax/Semantics: Breul (2004) (LL Issue 16.576)
Cognitive Science/Ling Theories: Jenkins (2004) (LL Issue 16.2233)
Academic Paper Abstract: Learning non-adjacent regularities at age 0 ; 7

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