Canaan Breiss Department of Linguistics University of Southern Carolina   Token frequency in the grammar: evidence from Japanese voiced velar nasalization   This talk examines how token frequency influences an optional paradigm uniformity effect in Japanese¬†voiced velar nasalization. We report two¬†wug-tests demonstrating the frequency-conditioning observed by Breiss et al. (2021b) in corpus data is reproduced […]

Experiments in Linguistic Meaning is a biennial conference dedicated to the experimental study of linguistic meaning broadly construed, with a focus on theoretical issues in semantics and pragmatics, their interplay with other components of the grammar, their relation to language processing and acquisition, as well as their connections to human cognition and computation. It aims […]