Publications

On this page we list some publication highlights from both UiT and NTNU. For a complete list of publications, please check the members’ webpages or individual research profiles in CRIStin (Current Research Information System in Norway).

 

Publication highlights 2018

  • Anderssen, Merete, Björn Lundquist & Marit Westergaard2018. ‘Cross-linguistic similarities and differences in bilingual acquisition and attrition: Possessives and double definiteness in Norwegian heritage language.’ Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 21:4, 748-764. Available here.
  • Mitrofanova, Natalia & Marit Westergaard. 2018. ‘Acquisition of Locative Utterances in Norwegian: Structure Building via Lexical Learning.’Journal of Child Language. doi:10.1017/S0305000918000016. Available here.

Publication highlights 2017

  • Bayram, Fatih, Mike Iverson, Tanja Kupisch, Eloi P. Mayenco, David Miller, Jason Rothman & Marit Westergaard. 2017. Differences in Use without Deficiencies in Competence: Passives in the Turkish and German of Turkish Heritage Speakers in Germany. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.
  • Castro, Tammer, Jason Rothman & Marit Westergaard. 2017. ‘On the directionality of cross-linguistic effects in bidialectal bilingualism.’ Frontiers in Psychology.
  • Eide, Kristin Melum. 2017. Counterfactual Present Perfects. I: Aorists and Perfects. Synchronic and diachronic perspectives, Marc Fryd & Pierre-Don Giancarli (eds.), 245-288. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers.
  • González Alonso, Jorge & Jason Rothman2017. From theory to practice in multilingualism: What theoretical research implies for third language learning. In L3 Syntactic Transfer: Models, new developments and implications. John Benjamins, 277-298.
  • Jensen, Isabel N., Roumyana Slabakova Marit Westergaard. 2017. The Bottleneck Hypothesis in L2 acquisition: A study of L1 Norwegian speakers’ knowledge of syntax and morphology in L2 English. In Maria LaMendola & Jennifer Scott (eds.), Proceedings of the 41st annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 333-346. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
  • Kupisch, Tanja, Fatih Bayram & Jason Rothman. 2017. Terminology matters II: Early bilinguals show cross-linguistic influence but are not attriters. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 7(6), 719-724.
  • Kush, Dave, Jeffrey Lidz & Colin Phillips. 2017. Looking forwards and backwards: The real-time processing of Strong and Weak Crossover. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 2: 70. 1-29.
  • Leivada, Evelina, Maria Kambanaros & Kleathes Grohmann. 2017. The Locus Preservation Hypothesis: Shared Linguistic Profiles across Developmental Disorders and the Resilient Part of the Human Language Faculty. Frontiers in Psychology 8.
  • Liceras, Juana M. & Rachel Klassen. 2017. Compounding and derivation: On the ‘promiscuity’ of derivational affixes. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.
  • Lohndal, Terje. 2017. Formal Grammar: Theory and Variation across English and Norwegian. London: Routledge.
  • Lohndal, Terje & Rosalind Thornton. 2017. The 3SG morpheme in child and adult English: A formal analysis. In Elements of Comparative Syntax: Theory and Description. Mouton de Gruyter, 499-528.
  • Mitrofanova, Natalia. 2017. Early Underspecification of Functional Categories: Evidence from the Acquisition of Locative PPs in Russian. Language Acqusition.
  • Riksem, Brita Ramsevik. 2017. Language Mixing and Diachronic Change: American Norwegian Noun Phrases Then and Now. Languages 2.(2)
  • Rothman, Jason & Roumyana Slabakova2017. State of the Scholarship: The Generative Approach to SLA and Its Place in Modern Second Language Studies. Studies in Second Language Acquisition.
  • Slabakova, Roumyana2017. The Scalpel Model of Third Language Acquisition. International Journal of Bilingualism 19.(3), 347-362.
  • Urek, Olga, Roberts Dargis, Dace Markus & Martin Krämer. 2017. Articulation accuracy in monolingual Latvian-speaking preschoolers: results of a large-scale population study. Linguistica Lettica.
  • Vangsnes, Øystein A, Merete Anderssen & Kristine Bentzen. 2017. Nynorsk språktileigning i eit tospråksperspektiv. In Nynorsk med dei minste. Det Norske Samlaget, pp. 223-238.
  • Vangsnes, Øystein A., Göran Söderlund & Morten Blekesaune2017. The effect of bidialectal literacy on school achievement. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism20.(3), 346-361.
  • Westergaard, MaritØystein  A. Vangsnes & Terje Lohndal.  2017. ‘Variation and change in Norwegian wh-questions: The role of the complementizer som.’ Linguistic Variation 17.1, 8-43.
  • Wolleb, Anna, Antonella Sorace & Marit Westergaard. 2017. Exploring the role of cognitive control in syntactic processing: Evidence from cross-language priming in bilingual children. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism. Available here.
  • Åfarli, Tor Anders. 2017. Predication in Syntax: Toward a Semantic Explanation of the Subject Requirement. In Understanding Predication, Piotr Stalmaszczyk (ed.), 73-96. Bern: Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Publication highlights 2016

  • Auzina, Ilze, Kristine Levāne-Petrova, Guna Rābante-Buša, Roberts Darǵis & Antonio Fábregas. 2016. Designing an annotated longitudinal Latvian children’s speech corpus. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 289, 46-50.
  • Castro, T., Rothman, J. & Westergaard, M. 2016. Comparing Anaphora Resolution in Early and Late Brazilian Portuguese-European Portuguese Bidialectal Bilinguals. RESLA: Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics
  • González Alonso, J. & Rothman, J. 2016. Coming of Age in L3 Initial Stages Transfer Models: Deriving Developmental Predictions and Looking towards the Future. International Journal of Bilingualism
  • González Alonso, J., Rothman J., Berndt D., Castro T., & Westergaard M2016. Broad scope and narrow focus: On the contemporary linguistic and psycholinguistic study of L3 acquisition. International Journal of Bilingualism.
  • Krulatz, Anna & Anne Dahl. 2016. Baseline Assessment of Norwegian EFL Teacher Preparedness to Work with Multilingual Students. Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching 7: 199-218.
  • Eide, Kristin Melum (ed.). 2016. Finiteness Matters. On finiteness-related phenomena in natural languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Grimstad, Maren Berg. 2016. The code-switching/borrowing debate: Evidence from English-origin verbs in American Norwegian. Lingue e linguaggio XVI: 3-34.
  • Haegeman, Liliane & Andrew Weir. 2016. Finiteness and response particles in West Flemish. In Finiteness Matters. On finiteness-related phenomena in natural languages, Kristin Melum Eide (ed.), 211-254. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Krämer, M. & O. Urek2016. Perspectives on Palatalization. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics.
  • Kupisch, Tanja Jason Rothman. 2016. Terminology Matters! Why Difference Is Not Incompleteness and How Early Child Bilinguals Are Heritage Speakers. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.
  • Kush, Dave. 2016. Notes on Gapping in Hindi-Urdu: Conjunct size and focus-parallelism. Linguistic Analysis 40: 255-296
  • Lloyd-Smith, Anika, Henrik Gyllstad & Tanja Kupisch. 2016. Transfer into L3 English. Global accent in German-dominant heritage speakers of Turkish. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.
  • Lohndal, Terje & Westergaard, M. 2016. Grammatical Gender in American Norwegian Heritage Language: Stability or Attrition? Frontiers in Psychology
  • Lundquist, B.Rodina, Y., Sekerina, I.A., &  Westergaard, M. 2016. Gender Change in Norwegian Dialects: Comprehension is affected before Production. Linguistics Vanguard.
  • Riksem, Brita Ramsevik. 2016. Grammatikk og rettskriving. Nye rammer for språknormering. Oslo: Novus.
  • Ringstad, Tina Louise. 2016. /fisk/ eller /spist/? Om korleis vi kan transkribere utydeleg tale og få hjelp frå CHILDES. Norsk tidsskrift for logopedi 62: 8-12.
  • Roberts, L., González Alonso, J., Pliatsikas, C. & Rothman, J. 2016. Evidence from Neurolinguistic Methodologies: Can it Actually Inform Linguistic/ Language Acquisition Theories and Translate to Evidence-Based Applications? Second Language Research.
  • Rodina, Yulia2016. Narrative abilities of preschool bilingual Norwegian-Russian children. International Journal of Bilingualism 21.(5), 617-635.
  • Rothman, J. & Westergaard, M. (eds.). 2016. International Journal of Bilingualism. Special issue: L3 acquisition.
  • Sunde, Anne Mette. 2016. “Inspect kniven i inventoryen min.” Språklig praksis i et nytt domene. Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift 34: 133-160.
  • Westergaard, M. & Rodina, Y. 2016. ‘Hvor mange genus er det i Tromsødialekten?’ Maal og Minne 2, 159-189.
  • Westergaard, M., Mitrofanova, N., Mykhaylyk R., & Rodina, Y. 2016. Crosslinguistic influence in the acquisition of a third language: The Linguistic Proximity Model. International Journal of Bilingualism.
  • Åfarli, Tor Anders. 2015. Agreement is not an essential ingredient of finiteness: Evidence from impersonal sentences in Norwegian dialects and in English. In Finiteness Matters. On finiteness-related phenomena in natural languages, Kristin Melum Eide (ed.), 171-188. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Publication highlights 2015

  • Alexiadou, Artemis, Terje Lohndal, Tor A. Åfarli & Maren Berg Grimstad. 2015. Language mixing: A Distributed Morphology approach. I: NELS 45: Proceedings of the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society: Volume 1, 25-38. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
  • Bentzen, K. 2015. Mapping information structure and word order: The acquisition of object placement. In Ludovica Serratrice & Shanley Allen (eds.), The Acquisition of Reference. John Benjamins [Trends in Language Acquisition Series], 51-82.
  • Busterud, Guro. 2015. Anaforer: relasjonen mellom nominaler og finitthet. In Norsk andrespråkssyntaks, Kristin M. Eide (ed.), 197-204. Oslo: Novus.
  • Dahl, Anne. 2015. Input and language competence in early-start foreign language classrooms. In Usage-Based Perspectives on Second Language Learning, Teresa Cadierno & Søren Wind Eskildsen (eds.), 125-151. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Eide, Kristin Melum & Arnstein Hjelde. 2015. Verb Second and Finiteness Morphology in Norwegian Heritage Language of the American Midwest. In Moribund Germanic Heritage Languages in North America: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Findings, Richard S. Page & Michael T. Putnam (eds.), 64-101. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers.
  • Fábregas, A., Mateu, J., &  Putnam M. T. (eds.). 2015. Contemporary Linguistic Parameters. Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Fabregas, A & Marín, R. 2015. Deriving individual-level and stage-level psych verbs in Spanish. The Linguistic Review 32.(2),  227-275.
  • Haegeman, L., & Lohndal T. 2015. Be careful how you use the left periphery. In Elisa Di Domenico, Cornelia Hamann & Simona Matteini (eds.), Structures, Strategies and Beyond: Studies in Honour of Adriana Belletti, 135-162. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Haegeman, Liliane, Andrew Weir, Lieven Danckaert, Tijs D’Hulster, Liisa Buelens, 2015. Against the root analysis of subject contact relatives in English. Lingua 163: 61-74.
  • Kaltsa, M., Tsimpli I., & Rothman J.. 2015. Syntax-discourse phenomena in heritage speakers and first language attriters: evidence from pronominal resolution. Lingua 164, 266-288.
  • Krämer, M. & O. Urek. 2015. The naturalness of palatalization. Nordlyd 42: 1-2.
  • Kush, Dave, Jeffrey Lidz & Colin Phillips. 2015. Relation-sensitive retrieval: Evidence from bound variable pronouns. Journal of Memory and Language 82: 18-40.
  • Leal Méndez, T., Rothman J., & Slabakova R. 2015. Clitic Doubled Dislocations in Heritage Spanish Competence. Lingua 155, 85-97.
  • Lein, Tatjana, Tanja Kupisch & Joost van de Weijer. 2015. Voice onset time and global foreign accent in German–French simultaneous bilinguals during adulthood. International Journal of Bilingualism.
  • Mykhaylyk, R., Mitrofanova, N., Rodina, Y., & Westergaard, M. 2015. The Linguistic Proximity Model: The Case of Verb-Second Revisited. In Elisabeth Grillo & Kyle Jepsen (eds.), Proceedings of the 39th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Vol 2: 337-349. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
  • Rodina, Y. & Westergaard, M. 2015. Grammatical gender in Norwegian: Language acquisition and language change. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 27.2, 145-187.
  • Rodina, Y. & Westergaard, M. 2015. Gender agreement in bilingual Norwegian-Russian acquisition: The role of input and transparency. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
  • Rothman, J. 2015. Linguistic and cognitive motivations for the Typological Primacy Model of third language (L3) transfer: Timing of Acquisition and Proficiency Considered. Bilingualism: Language & Cognition 18, 179-190.
  • Rothman, J., Alemán Banón, J., & González Alonso, J. 2015. Neurolinguistic measures of typological effects in multilingual transfer: introducing an ERP methodology. Frontiers in Psychology
  • Sunde, Anne Mette. 2015. Engelskpåverknad i den norske dataspelkulturen. Mål og makt 163: 47-53.
  • Treffers-Daller, J, Daller, M., Furman R., & Rothman, J.. 2015. Native-like selection among heritage speakers of Turkish in German. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
  • Vangsnes, Ø. A.,  Söderlund, G.B.W., & Blekesaune, M. 2015. The effect of bidialectal literacy on school achievement. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
  • Velnic, Marta2015. Of good thieves and old friends: An analysis of Croatian adjectival forms.. Poljarnyj Vestnik 18, 18-54.
  • Westergaard, M. 2015. Complexity in child and adult language acquisition. A commentary on Colin Phillips and Lara Ehrenhofer: The Role of Language Processing in Language Acquisition. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism5.4, 541-544.
  • Westergaard, M., Anderssen, M.. 2015. Word Order Variation in Norwegian Possessive Constructions: Bilingual Acquisition and Attrition. In Janne Bondi Johannessen & Joe Salmons (eds.), Germanic heritage languages in North America: Acquisition, attrition and change [Studies in Language Variation], 21-45. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Åfarli, Tor Anders. 2015. A Syntactic Model for the Analysis of Language Mixing Phenomena: American Norwegian and beyond. I, Moribund Germanic Heritage Languages in North America: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Findings, Richard S. Page & Michael T. Putnam (eds.), 12-33. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers.