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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1996EQUIDISTANCE AND BINDINGMcGinnis, Martha
1997AN MEG STUDY OF LEXICAL DECISIONMcGinnis, Martha; Marantz, Alec; Mehta, Jay; Won, Deborah; Poeppel, David
1998Locality and Inert CaseMcGinnis, Martha
1995Word-Internal Syntax: Evidence from OjibwaMcGinnis, Martha
1995Projection and position: Evidence from GeorgianMcGinnis, Martha
1995Fission as Feature-MovementMcGinnis, Martha
1996Two Kinds of BlockingMcGinnis, Martha
1998Case and Locality in L-Syntax: Evidence from GeorgianMcGinnis, Martha
1999Is There Syntactic Inversion in Ojibwa?McGinnis, Martha
1999Evidence for Feature-Driven A-ScramblingMcGinnis, Martha
2000Event heads and the Distribution of Psych-rootsMcGinnis, Martha
2000Phases and the syntax of applicativesMcGinnis, Martha
2000Auditory Cortex Accesses Phonological Categories: An MEG Mismatch StudyPhillips, Colin; Pellathy, Thomas; Marantz, Alec; Yellin, Elron; Wexler, Kenneth; Poeppel, David; McGinnis, Martha; Roberts, Timothy
2000A-Scrambling Exists!McGinnis, Martha
2002Semantic and Morphological Restrictions in Experiencer PredicatesMcGinnis, Martha
2002Object Asymmetries in a Phase Theory of SyntaxMcGinnis, Martha
2004A Phase-Theoretic Analysis of Kinyarwanda Multiple ApplicativesMcGinnis, Martha; Gerdts, Donna B.
2004Implications of an asymmetry in the representation of personMcGinnis, Martha
10-Sep-2004Idiomatic Evidence for the syntax of English ‘lexical’ causativesMcGinnis, Martha
2005UTAH at Merge: Evidence from multiple applicativesMcGinnis, Martha
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