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).

Overview of previous publications from the LAVA group (UiT) may be found here.

The newest publications from the AcqVA Aurora (former LAVA) group may be found here.

Publication highlights 2022

  • Andriani, L., D’Alessandro, R., Frasson, A., van Osch, Brechje, Sorgini, L., Terenghi, S., & D’Alessandro, R. (2022). Adding the microdimension to the study of language change in contact. Three case studies. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics7(1).
  • Anderssen, Merete & Busterud, Guro. To appear. Grammatisk kjønn og bøyningsklasse i norsk som andrespråk: En korpusstudie. Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift.
  • Brodahl, Kristin Klubbo. To appear. Being as big as small clauses get: The syntax of participial adjuncts in German and English. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.
  • Busterud, Guro & Terje Lohndal. 2022. Grammatisk hokjønn i trøndersk barnespråk: Ein korpussstudie. NLT – Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift 40(1): 129-156. Open Access here.
  • Chaouch Orozco, A., González Alonso, Jorge, Duñabetia, Jon AndoniRothman, Jason. 2022.  The elusive impact of L2 immersion on translation priming. Studies in Second Language Acquisition
  • Cheng, Y., & Cunnings, I., Rothman, Jason. 2022. Determiner-number specification and non-local agreement computation in L1 and L2 processing. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
  • Dahl, Anne; Listhaug, Kjersti Faldet & Busterud, Guro. To appear.  The role of L1 Norwegian and L2 English in the Acquisition of Verb Placement in L3 German. GASLA proceedings.
  • De Cat, Cecile. 2022. Opportunities and challenges in the analysis of the Multilingual Assessment Instrument for Narratives (MAIN). First Language, 42(2), 321-329. doi:10.1177/01427237211064695
  • De Cat, Cecile, Kašćelan, D., Prévost, P., Serratrice, Ludovica, Tuller, L., Unsworth, S., & consortium, Q.-B. (in press). 2022. How to quantify bilingual experience? Findings from a Delphi consensus survey. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
  • DeLuca, Vincent, & Voits, Toms. 2022 Bilingual experience affects white matter integrity across the lifes- pan. Neuropsychologia 169, 108191 DOI: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2022.108191
  • Fischer, Silke & Høyem, Inghild Flaate. 2022. Adjunct Control. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 25.1
  • Gallo, F., DeLuca, Vincent, Prystauka, Yanina, Rothman, Jason, Voits, Toms & Abutalebi, Jubin. 2022. Bilingualism and Aging: Implications for (Delaying) Neurocognitive Decline. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 16. DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2022.819105
  • González Alonso, Jorge & Rothman, Jason. 2022. The Psycholinguistics of L3/Ln. In Godfroid, A. & Hopp, H. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of SLA and Psycholinguistics
  • Jensen, Isabel N. Marit Westergaard. 2022. Syntax matters: Exploring the effect of linguistic similarity in third language acquisition. Language Learning. OPEN ACCESS here
  • Kamenetski, Anna, Lai, V., & Flecken, M. 2022. Minding the manner: Attention to motion events in Turkish–Dutch early bilinguals. Language and Cognition, 1-23. doi:10.1017/langcog.2022.10
  • Kašćelan, D., & De Cat, Cecile. 2022. A constellation of continua: Reconceptualising bilingualism, autism and language research. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 12(1), 59-64. doi:10.1075/lab.21069.ka
  • Kolb, Nadine, Natalia Mitrofanova & Marit Westergaard. 2022. Cross-linguistic influence in child L3 English: An empirical study on Russian-German heritage bilinguals. International Journal of Bilingualism. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Klassen, Rachel, Björn Lundquist & Marit Westergaard. 2022. L1 grammatical gender variation through the representation in the lexicon. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Kupisch, Tanja, Natalia Mitrofanova & Marit Westergaard. 2022. Sensitivity to cues for gender assignment in German: An experimental study of mono- and bilingual children. Experiments with real and nonce words. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Liu, M., & De Cat, Cecile. (in press). 2022. Open Science in Applied Linguistics: A Preliminary Survey. In L. Plonsky (Ed.), Open Science in Applied Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Lundquist, Björn, Rachel Klassen & Marit Westergaard. 2022. Dynamikken i en språkendringsprosess: Bortfall av hunkjønnsformer i norsk. Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift, 40(1): 27-56. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Luk, G. & Rothman, Jason. 2022. Experience-Based Individual Differences Modulate Language, Mind and Brain Outcomes in Multilinguals. Brain and Language
  • Pereria Soares, S.M., Kupisch, Tanja & Rothman, Jason. 2022. Testing Potential Transfer Effects in Heritage and Adult L2 Bilinguals Acquiring a Mini Grammar as an Additional Language: An ERP Approach. Brain Sciences
  • Savelieva, T. & Yulia Rodina. Forthcoming. 2022. Cross-linguistic influence in the acquisition of articles in L3 English by Danish-Russian bilingual children. Journal of Second Language Studies. http://doi.org/10.1075/jsls.21025.rod
  • Van Osch, Brechje, Boers, I., Grijzenhout, J., Parafita Couto, M.C., Sterken, B., Tat, D. (2022). Cross-linguistic influence in bilingual grammars: evidence from gender assignment in unilingual Dutch and mixed speech. In: Dalila Ayoun (ed.), The Acquisition of Gender, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Voits, Toms, Robson, H., Rothman, Jason, & Pliatsikas, C. 2022. The effects of bilingualism on hippocam- pal in ageing bilinguals. Brain Structure and Function 227, 979-994. DOI:10.1007/s00429-021-02436-z
  • Urek, Olga, Terje Lohndal & Marit Westergaard. 2022. En splyv eller et splyv? Tilordning av grammatisk genus til nonord-substantiv i norsk. Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift, 40(1): 7-26. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Weir, Andrew. 2022. Fragments and left-edge ellipsis: the division of labour between syntax, semantics and prosody. In The derivational timing of ellipsis, Güneş, Güliz & Lipták, Anikó (eds.). 260-297. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198849490.003.0007
  • Weir, Andrew. 2022. Resultatives, goal PPs, and postverbal subjects: From Scotland to Belfast. Journal of Linguistics 58. DOI: 10.1017/S0022226720000407

Publication highlights 2021

  • Allott, N., Lohndal, T. & Rey, G. 2021. A Companion to Chomsky. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons
  • Bayram, F., Kubota, M., Luque, A., Pascual y Cabo, D. & Rothman, J. 2021. You can’t fix what is not broken: Contextualizing the imbalance of perceptions about heritage language bilingualism.  Frontiers in Education. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Bondevik, Ingrid; Kush, Dave & Lohndal, Terje. 2021. Variation in adjunct islands: The case of Norwegian. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 44.3:223-254. DOI:10.1017/S0332586520000207
  • Blom, E., Bosma, E., & Heeringa, W. 2021. Regular and irregular inflection in different groups of bilingual children and the role of verbal short-term and verbal working memory. Languages, 6(1), [56]. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Busby, Nicole L. 2021. Words from where? Predictors of L2 English vocabulary among Norwegian university students. ITL-International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 172(1): 58-84. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/itl.19018.bus
  • Busby, Nicole L. and Dahl, Anne. 2021. Reading Rate of Academic English Texts: Comparing L1 and Advanced L2 Users in Different Language Environments. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 20(1): 36–61. DOI: http://doi.org/10.35360/njes.542
  • Cheng, Y., Rothman, J., & Cunnings, I. 2021. Parsing preferences and individual differences in nonnative sentence processing: Evidence from eye movements. Applied Psycholinguistics, 42(1), 129-151.
  • Di Pisa, G., Pereira Soares, S. M., Rothman, J. 2021. Brain, Mind and Linguistic Processing Insights into the Dynamic Nature of Bilingualism and its Outcome Effects. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 58. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Eide, Kristin Melum.  2021. “Have-less perfects” in Norwegian: an Old Norse heritage. In Eide, Kristin Melum & Fryd, Marc (eds.): The perfect volume: Papers on the perfect. John Benjamins: 366 – 396. https://doi.org/10.1075/slcs.217.15eid
  • Eide, Kristin Melum & Fryd, Marc. 2021. Introduction. In Eide, Kristin Melum and Marc Fryd (eds.): The perfect volume: Papers on the perfect. John Benjamins: 2-40. https://doi.org/10.1075/slcs.217.01eid
  • Fedeli, D., Del Maschio, N., Sulpizio, S., Rothman, J. & Abutalebi, J. 2021. Deconstructing the Bilingual Structural Connectome: Dual-language experiential factors modulate distinct cerebral networks. Brain and Language.
  • Fischer, Silke & Høyem, Inghild Flaate. 2021. Event Control. In Non-canonical Control in a Cross-linguistic Perspective. John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 471-502.
  • González Alonso, J., Cunnings, I., Fujita, H., Miller, D., & Rothman, J. 2021. Gender attraction in sentence comprehension. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics6(1), 20. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • González Alonso, J. & Puig-Mayenco, E. 2021. You Know More than You Say: Methodological Choices in L3 Transfer ResearchLinguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 11(1), 54–59.
  • González Alonso, J., Puig-Mayenco, E., Fábregas, A. & Rothman, J. 2021. On the status of transfer in adult third language acquisition of early bilinguals. PLOS One. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Jensen, Isabel Nadine; Mitrofanova, Natalia; Anderssen, Merete; Rodina, Yulia; Slabakova, Roumyana; Westergaard, Marit. 2021. Crosslinguistic influence in L3 acquisition across linguistic modules. International Journal of Multilingualism     DOI: 10.1080/14790718.2021.1985127
  • Kush, Dave, Sant, Charlotte & Strætkvern, Sunniva Briså. 2021. Learning Island-insensitivity from the input: A corpus analysis of child- and youth-directed text in Norwegian. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 6(1): 105, pp. 1-50. Doi:10.16995/glossa.5774
  • Kašćelan, D., Prévost, P., Serratrice, L., Tuller, L., Unsworth, S., & De Cat, C. 2021. A review of questionnaires quantifying bilingual experience in children: Do they document the same constructs?Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1-13.
  • Kubota, M., Chondrogianni, V., Clark, A., & Rothman, J. 2021. Linguistic consequences of toing and froing: Factors that affect the maintenance and development in returnee bilingual children. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.
  • Kupisch, T., Kolb, N., Rodina, Y. & Urek, O. 2021. Foreign Accent in Pre- and Primary School Heritage BilingualsLanguages 6(2): 96, 1-19. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Kupisch, T., Mitrofanova, N. & Westergaard, M. 2021. The role of phonological vs. natural gender cues in the acquisition of German by simultaneous and sequential bilinguals (German-Russian). Journal of Child Language. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Kush, D., Sant, C., & Strætkvern, S. B. 2021. Learning Island-insensitivity from the input: A corpus analysis of child- and youth-directed text in Norwegian. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics6(1), pp. 1-50. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16995/glossa.5774
  • Leivada, E., Mitrofanova, N. & Westergaard, M. 2021. Bilinguals are better than monolinguals in detecting manipulative discourse. PLOS ONE. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Lohndal, Terje; Putnam, Michael T..
    The Tale of Two Lexicons: Decomposing Complexity across a Distributed Lexicon. Heritage Language Journal 2021; Volum 18. s. 1-29, UiT NTNU.
  • Lohndal, T., & Westergaard M. 2021. Grammatical gender: Acquisition, attrition, and change. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 33(1): 95-121. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Mitrofanova, N.Rodina, Y.Urek, O. & Westergaard, M. 2021. Sensitivity to microvariation in bilingual acquisition: morphophonological gender cues in Russian heritage language. Applied Psycholinguistics. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Pereira Soares, S. M. & Rothman, J. 2021. Cognitive States in Third Language Acquisition and Beyond: Theoretical and Methodological Paths Forward. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.
  • Pliatsikas, C., DeLuca, V., Pereira Soares, S.M., Voits, T. & Rothman, J. 2021. Bilingualism is a long-term cognitively challenging experience that modulates metabolite concentrations in the healthy brain. Nature: Scientific Reports. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Rodina, Y., & Westergaard, M. 2021. Grammatical gender and declension class in language change: A study of the loss of feminine gender in Norwegian. Journal of Germanic Linguistics.
  • Tomić, A. & Valdés Kroff, J. R. (in press). Code-switching: A processing burden, or a valuable resource for prediction?. In Kaan, E. & Grüter, T. (eds.), Prediction in Second Language Processing and Learning. John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Tomić, A., & Valdés Kroff, J. R. 2021. Expecting the unexpected: Code-switching as a facilitatory cue in online sentence processing. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1-12. OPEN ACCESS  here.
  • Valentini, A., & Serratrice, L. 2021. What can bilingual children tell us about the developmental relationship between vocabulary and grammar?. Cognitive Science45(11), e13062.
  • Van Baal, Yvonne, & Natvig, David. 2021. Introduction to the special issue on Heritage languages & Bilingualism. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 44.2: 99-102. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0332586521000172
  • Velnić, Marta & Anderssen, Merete. 2021. The effect of givenness and referring expression on dative alternation in Norwegian: A reaction time study. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, pp.1-36.
  • Westergaard, M. 2021. L3 acquisition and crosslinguistic influence as co-activation. Response to commentaries on the keynote “Microvariation in multilingual situations: The importance of property-by-property acquisition.” Second Language Research. OPEN ACCESS  here.
  • Westergaard,M., Lohndal, T., & Lundquist, B. 2021. Variable V2 in Norwegian Heritage Language: An effect of crosslinguistic influence? Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.

Publication highlights 2020

  • Alemán Bañón, J., Miller, D., & Rothman, J. 2020. Person markedness facilitates agreement for native speakers but not for second language learners: Evidence from event-related potentials. Studies in Second Language Acquisition. 
  • Anderssen, M., Westergaard, M. 2020. Word order variation in heritage languages: Subject shift and object shift in Norwegian. In: Lost in Transmission: The role of attrition and input in heritage language development. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 99-124.
  • Bayram, F., (ed). 2020. Studies in Turkish as a Heritage Language. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Bayram, F. 2020. Turkish as a heritage language: Its context and importance for the general understanding of bilingualism. In Bayram, F. (ed.). Studies in Turkish as a Heritage Language. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Bayram, F. & Rothman, J. 2020. Formal linguistics and education: A view from bilingualism research. In Kupsich, T. & Trotzke, A. (eds.). Formal Linguistics and Language Education. Springer International Publishing.
  • Björnsdóttir, S., Lohndal, T. & Westergaard, M. 2020. The effect of attrition on grammatical gender. Evidence from North American Icelandic. Heritage Language Journal.
  • Brodahl, Kristin Klubbo. 2020. Partizipialkonstruktionen im Deutschen: eine syntaktisch-semantische Typologie. Deutsche Sprache 48: 249-279. DOI: https://doi.org/10.37307/j.1868-775X.2020.03.05
  • Busterud, Guro; Lohndal, Terje; Rodina, Yulia & Westergaard, Marit. 2020. Hvor mange genus er det i Trondheims-dialekten? Maal og Minne. ISSN 0024-855X. 2, s. 1-36
  • DeLuca, V., Rothman, J., Bialystok, E., Pliatsikas, C. 2020. Duration and extent of bilingual experience modulate neurocognitive outcomes. NueroImage. OPEN ACCESS here. 
  • Dudley, Amber & Slabakova, Roumyana. 2020. Aspectual contrasts in the English present tense revisited: Exploring the role of input and L1 influence. Pedagogical Linguistics 1 (1): 66–93.
  • Eide, Kristin Melum. 2020. Modality in Germanic. In The Cambridge Handbook of Germanic Linguistics. Putnam, Michael and Richard Page (eds.). 567-590. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108378291.025
  • Eide, Kristin Melum. 2020. Tense and Aspect in Germanic Languages. In The Cambridge Handbook of Germanic Linguistics. Putnam, Michael and Richard Page (eds.). 591-614. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108378291.026
  • Eide, Kristin Melum & Weir, Andrew (ed.). 2020. Special issue: Morphosyntactic Variation within the Individual Language User. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 43(3). Available here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/nordic-journal-of-linguistics/issue/7DCA712EC0313ABC9887D9CDA89AAE12
  • González Alonso, J., Miller, D., Alemán Bañón, J., DeLuca, V., Pereira Soares, S. M., Puig-Mayenco, E., Slaats, S., & Rothman, J. 2020. Event Related Potentials at Initial Exposure in Third Language Acquisition: Implications from an Artificial Mini-Grammar Study. Journal of Neurolinguistics. OPEN ACCESS here. 
  • Kush, Dave Whitney & Dahl, Anne. 2020. L2 transfer of L1 island-insensitivity: The case of Norwegian. Second Language Research. Online First. DOI: 10.1177/0267658320956704
  • Leivada, E., Duñabeitia, J. A., Westergaard, M., & Rothman, J. 2020. On the phantom-like appearance of bilingualism effects on neurocognition: (How) should we proceed? Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Leivada, E., & Westergaard, M. 2020. Acceptable ungrammatical sentences, unacceptable grammatical sentences, and the role of the cognitive parser. Frontiers in Psychology. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Liceras, J. M., Klassen, R., & Contro Castaldo, I. 2020. N-N compounding and derivation in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese: At the crossroads between morphology, syntax and semantics. Revista de Filología 40, 125-145. OPEN ACCESS here
  • Lloyd-Smith, A., Bayram, F., Iverson, M. 2020. The effects of heritage language experience on lexical and morphosyntactic outcomes. In Bayram, F., (ed.) Studies in Turkish as a Heritage Language. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Lohndal, T. 2020. A distributed architecture of L1 attrition. Second Language Research 36(2), 177-181. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Lohndal, T., Westergaard, M. & Vangsnes, Ø. 2020. Verb Second in Norwegian: Variation and Acquisition. In Rebecca Woods & Sam Wolfe (eds.), Rethinking V2. Oxford University Press.
  • Lundquist, B., Westendorp, M., Strand, Bror-Magnus S.2020. Code-switching alone cannot explain intraspeaker syntactic variability: Evidence from a spoken elicitation experiment. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 43, 249-287. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Lundquist, B., Anderssen, M., Lohndal, T., & Westergaard, M. 2020. Variation across individuals and domains in Norwegian heritage language. In Kristin Hagen, Arnstin Hjelde, Katrine Stjernholm & Øystein Vangsnes (eds.), Bauta: Janne Bondi Johannessen in memoriam. Oslo Studies in Language 11(2).
  • Natvig, David, & van Baal, Yvonne. 2020. Crossing boarders to enhance our understanding of variation in heritage languages. In Hagen, K., A. Hjelde, K. Stjernholm & Ø. Vangsnes (red.) Bauta: Janne Bondi Johannessen in memoriam, Oslo Studies in Language 11.2: 319-334. https://doi.org/10.5617/osla.8506
  • Rodina, Y., Kupisch, T., Meir, N., Mitrofanova, N., Urek, O., & Westergaard, M. 2020. Internal and External Factors in Heritage Language Acquisition: Evidence from Heritage Russian in Israel, Germany, Norway, Latvia and the UK. Frontiers in Psychology. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Sulpizio, S., Del Maschio, N., Del Mauro, G., Fedeli, D., & Abutalebi, J. 2020. Bilingualism as a gradient measure modulates functional connectivity of language and control networks. NeuroImage. OPEN ACCESS here. 
  • Tat, D. & Kornfilt, J2020Partial versus Full Agreement in Turkish Possessive and Clausal DP-Coordination. In Giuliana Guisti, V. i Caro & D. Ross (eds), Pseudo-coordination and multiple agreement constructions. John Benjamins.
  • Timmermeister, M., Leseman, P., Wijnen, F., Blom, E. 2020. No Bilingual Benefits Despite Relations Between Language Switching and Task Switching. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, p.1832.  OPEN ACCESS here.
  • VanPatten, B., Gregory, K. & Wulff, S. eds., 2020. Theories in second language acquisition: An Introduction. Routledge.
  • Velnić, Marta. 2020. Acquisition of a Transparent Gender System: A Comparison of Italian and Croatian. Frontiers in Psychology11, p.3111.
  • Voits T., Pliatsikas C., Robson H., & Rothman J. 2020. Beyond Alzheimer’s Disease: Can bilingualism be a more generalized protective factor in neurodegeneration? Neuropsychologia. OPEN ACCESS here.
  • Weir, Andrew. 2020. Antecedentless fragments: a middle road between sententialism and nonsententialism. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 52.2: 151-179. DOI: 10.1080/03740463.2020.1759369
  • Westergaard, M. & Kupisch, T. 2020. Stable and vulnerable domains in Germanic Heritage Languages. In Kristin Hagen, Arnstin Hjelde, Katrine Stjernholm & Øystein Vangsnes (eds.), Bauta: Janne Bondi Johannessen in memoriam. Oslo Studies in Language 11(2).

Publication highlights 2019

  • Alemán Bañón, José & Rothman, Jason. 2019. Being a participant matters: Event related potentials show that markedness modulates person agreement in Spanish. Frontiers in Psychology 
  • Bayram, Fatih; Kupisch, Tanja; Pascual y Cabo, Diego & Rothman, Jason. 2019. Terminology Matters on Theoretical Grounds Too!: Coherent Grammars Cannot Be Incomplete. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 41.2:257-264. DOI:10.1017/S0272263119000287
  • Bentzen, Kristine; Anderssen, Merete. 2019. The form and position of pronominal objects with non-nominal antecedents in Scandinavian and German. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 22.2: 1383-4924.s 169 – 188.s DOI: 10.1007/s10828-019-09105-w.
  • Blom, Elma. 2019. Domain‐General Cognitive Ability Predicts Bilingual Children’s Receptive Vocabulary in the Majority Language. Language Learning 69: 292-322. Available here 
  • Bosma, Evelyn & Blom, Elma. 2019. A code-switching asymmetry in bilingual children: Code-switching from Dutch to Frisian requires more cognitive control than code-switching from Frisian to Dutch. International Journal of Bilingualism 6: 1431-1447.  Available here
  • Declerck, Mathieu; Ivanova, Iva; Grainger, Jonathan; Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni. 2019. Are similar control processes implemented during single and dual language production? Evidence from switching between speech registers and languages. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 1–8. DOI: 1017/S1366728919000695
  • DeLuca, Vincent; Rothman, Jason; Bialystok, Ellen; Pliatsikas, Christos. 2019. Redefining bilingualism: a spectrum of experiences that differentially affect brain structure and function. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America  15: 7565-7574
  • Dominguez, Laura; Hicks, Glyn; Slabakova, Roumyana. 2019. Terminology choice in generative acquisition research: the case of “incomplete acquisition” in heritage language grammars. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 2: 241–255.
  • Duggan, Jennifer; Dahl, Anne. 2019. Fan translations of SKAM: Challenging Anglo linguistic and popular cultural hegemony in a transnational fandom. Scandinavian Studies in Language (SSL). 10.2.
  • Ellis, Nick C. & Wulff, Stefanie. 2019. Cognitive approaches to L2 acquisition. In: The Cambridge handbook of language learning, John W. Schwieter and Alessandro Benati (eds.), 41-61. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Fábregas, Antonio; Anderssen, Merete; Westergaard, Marit. 2019. A comparison of Norwegian and Spanish L1 acquisition of possessive constructions. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 22.2: 1383-4924. DOI: 10.1007/s10828-019-09106-9.
  • Guajardo, Gustavo & Goodall, Grant. 2019. On the status of Concordantia Temporum in Spanish: An experimental approach. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics 4.1:116. DOI:http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.749
  • Busterud, Guro;  Lohndal, Terje; Rodina, Yulia & Westergaard, Marit. 2019. The loss of feminine gender in Norwegian: a dialect comparison. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 22.2: 141-167.
  • Høyem, Inghild Flaate & Brodahl, Kristin Klubbo. 2019. Über den Kontrollstatus deutscher Partizipialkonstruktionen mit dem Partizip 2 als Kern. Deutsche Sprache 2: 99-124.
  • Høyem, Inghild Flaate. 2019. Zur Syntax und Semantik absoluter mit-Sätzchen im Deutschen. Linguistische Berichte 260: 471-502.
  • Kush, Dave; Lohndal, Terje & Jon Sprouse. 2019. On the Island Sensitivity of Topicalization in Norwegian: An experimental investigation. Language 3: 393-420.
  • Leivada, Evelina & Westergaard, Marit. 2019. Universal linguistic hierarchies are not innately wired Evidence from multiple adjectives. PeerJ. Available here.
  • Lohndal, Terje; Rothman, Jason; Kupisch, Tanja & Westergaard, Marit . 2019. Heritage Language Acquisition: What it Reveals and Why it is Important for Formal Linguistic Theories. Language and Linguistics Compass DOI:10.1111/lnc3.12357
  • Riksem, Brita Ramsevik; Grimstad, Maren Berg; LohndalTerje, & Åfarli Tor A. . 2019. Language Mixing within Verbs and Nouns in American Norwegian. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 22.2:189–209.
  • Ringstad, Tina Louise. 2019. Distribution and function of embedded V–Neg in Norwegian: A corpus study. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 3: 329-363.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0332586519000210
  • Rothman, Jason; González Alonso, Jorge & Puig-Mayenco, Eloi. 2019. Third Language Acquisition and Linguistic Transfer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Serratrice, Ludovica & De Cat, Cecile. 2019. Individual differences in the production of referential expressions: The effect of language proficiency, language exposure and executive function in bilingual and monolingual children. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1-16. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1366728918000962
  • Serratrice, Ludovica. 2019. What counts as the baseline in child heritage language acquisition? Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 1-2. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1366728919000518
  • Sokolova, Marina; Slabakova, Roumyana. 2019. L3 Sentence Processing: Language-Specific or Phenomenon-Sensitive? Languages 4.3:54. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/languages4030054
  • Urek, Olga; Vulāne, Anne; Darģis, Roberts; Tauriņa, Agrita; Zīriņa, Tija & Gram Simonsen, Hanne. 2019. Latvian CDI: methodology, developmental trends, and cross-linguistic comparison. Journal of Baltic Studies 50.3: 285-30 DOI: 10.1080/01629778.2019.1590433
  • Vangsnes, Øystein A. & Johannessen, Janne B.  2019. The Nordic research infrastructure for syntactic variation: possibilities, limitations and achievements. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics 4.1: 26. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.708.
  • Velnić, Marta. 2019. The Effects of Animacy and Givenness on Object Order in Croatian Child Language. Journal of Slavic Linguistics 27.1: 85-125 DOI: 10.1353/jsl.2019.0003.
  • Weir, Andrew. 2019. Diary null subjects: an analogy with imperatives? In Mapping linguistic data: essays in honour of Liliane Haegeman. Bağrıaçık, Metin; Breitbarth, Anne  & De Clercq, Karen (eds.). Available here.
  • Westergaard, Marit. 2019. Microvariation in Multilingual Situations: The Importance of Property-by-Property Acquisition. Keynote article in Second Language Research. Available here. Postprint available here.
  • Wulff, Stefanie & Gries, Stefan Th. 2019. Particle placement in learner language. Language Learning 4:873-910.

Publication highlights 2018

  • Anderssen, Merete & Kristine Bentzen. 2018. Different outcomes in the acquisition of residual V2 and do-support in three Norwegian-English bilinguals: Cross-linguistic influence, dominance and structural ambiguity. Frontiers in Psychology.  doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02130.
  • Anderssen, Merete, Kristine Bentzen, Guro Busterud, Anne Dahl, Björn Lundquist & Marit Westergaard. 2018. The Acquisition of Word Order in L2 Norwegian: The case of Subject and Object Shift. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 41.3: 247-274 (https://doi.org/10.1017/S0332586518000203).
  • Alexiadou, Artemis & Terje Lohndal. 2018. Units of Language Mixing: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective. Frontiers in Psychology. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01719
  • 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.
  • Brodahl, Kristin Klubbo. 2018. Zur Syntax und Semantik adverbialer Partizipialkonstruktionen mit dem Partizip 1 im Deutschen. Deutsche Sprache 46.4: 289-314. Available here.
  • Busby, Nicole. 2018. Comparing first and second language reading: the use of metacognitive strategies among Norwegian university students. Acta Didactica Norge – tidsskrift for fagdidaktisk forsknings- og utviklingsarbeid i Norge 12.2: 1-26. Available here.
  • Eide, Kristin Melum & Arnstein Hjelde.2018. Om verbplassering og verbmorfologi i amerikanorsk. Maal og Minne, 25-69. Available here.
  • Emilsen, Linda Evenstad & Åshild Søfteland. 2018. Andrespråksanalyse av barns spontantale. NOA. Norsk som andrespråk 1-2: 128-157. Available here.
  • Fábregas, Antonio, Martin Krämer & Anna Vulane. 2018. On exceptional stress assignment in Latvian: the case of prefixes. Journal of Baltic Studies 49.4: 529-552. Available here.
  • Grimstad, Maren Berg, Brita R. Riksem, Terje Lohndal & Tor A. Åfarli. 2018. Lexicalist vs. exoskeletal approaches to language mixing. The Linguistic Review 35.2: 187-218. Available here.
  • Grohmann, Kleanthes K., Maria Kambanaros & Evelina Leivada. 2018. Editorial: Developmental, modal, and pathological variation-linguistic and cognitive profiles for speakers of linguistically proximal languages and varieties. Frontiers in Psychology 9.1. Available here.
  • Hvidsten, Eirik & Hans Petter Helland. 2018. L’acquisition du pronom “en” en français langue étrangère. Synergies Pays Scandinaves 13: 51-63. Available here.
  • Kush, Dave Whitney, BrianDillon, Ragnhild Eik & Adrian Staub. 2018. Processing of Norwegian complex verbs: Evidence for early decomposition. Memory & Cognition: 1-16. Available here.
  • Kush, Dave Whitney, Terje Lohndal & Jonathan Sprouse. 2018. Investigating variation in island effects: A case study of Norwegian extraction. Natural language & linguistic theory 36.3: 743-779​. Available here.
  • Listhaug, Kjersti Faldet. 2018. Le rôle du niveau de maîtrise pour la représentation sémantique des prépositions spatiales en langue seconde. Synergies Pays Scandinaves 13: 79-89. Available here.
  • Lloyd-Smith, Anika, Henrik Gyllstad, Tanja Kupisch & Stefano Quaglia.2018. Heritage language proficiency does not predict syntactic CLI into L3 English. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. Available here.
  • Lundquist, Bjørn & Øystein A. Vangsnes. 2018. Language separation in bidialectal speakers: Evidence from eye tracking. Frontiers in Psychology 9.1394: 1-18. 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.
  • Mitrofanova, Natalia, Yulia Rodina, Olga Urek & Marit Westergaard. 2018. Bilinguals’ sensitivity to grammatical gender cues in Russian: the role of cumulative input, proficiency, and dominance. Frontiers in Psychology, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01894.
  • Puig Mayenco, Eloi, Ian Cunnings, Fatih Bayram, Dave Miller, Susagna Tubau & Jason Rothman. 2018. Language Dominance Affects Bilingual Performance and Processing Outcomes in Adulthood. Frontiers in Psychology 9: 1-16. Available here.
  • Puig-Mayenco, Eloi, Jorge González Alonso & Jason Rothman. 2018. A Systematic Review of Transfer Studies in Third Language Acquisition. Second language research. Available here.
  • Rothman, Jason, Jorge González Alonso & Dave Miller. 2018. The Acquisition of L2 Spanish Morphosyntax. In The Cambridge Handbook of Spanish Linguistics: 689-715. Available here.
  • Rothman, Jason & Roumyana Slabakova. 2018. State of the Scholarship: The Generative Approach to SLA and Its Place in Modern Second Language Studies. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 40.2: 417-442. Available here.
  • Sunde, Anne Mette & Martin Kristoffersen. 2018. Effects of English L2 on Norwegian L1. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 41.3: 275-307. Available here.
  • Velnic, Marta. 2018. The effects of discourse topic on global and local markers in Croatian ditransitives. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 3.1. Available here.
  • Weir, Andrew. 2018. Cointensional questions, fragment answers, and structured meanings. In Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21: 1289-1306. 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.

Overview of previous publications from the LAVA group (UiT) may be found here.