Carson T. Schütze
Carson T. Schütze
Professor of Linguistics, UCLA
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The empirical base of linguistics: Grammaticality judgments and linguistic methodology
CT Schütze
University of Chicago Press/Language Science Press, 1996
1218*1996
INFL in child and adult language: Agreement, case and licensing
CT Schütze
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Doctoral Dissertation, 1997
4491997
On the nature of default case
CT Schütze
Syntax 4 (3), 205-238, 2001
3612001
Subject case licensing and English root infinitives
CT Schütze, K Wexler
Proceedings of the 20th annual Boston University conference on language …, 1996
3091996
Judgment data
CT Schütze, J Sprouse
Research Methods in Linguistics (eds. Robert J. Podesva & Devyani Sharma), 27-50, 2013
2122013
Subject case in children with SLI and unaffected controls: Evidence for the Agr/Tns omission model
K Wexler, CT Schütze, M Rice
Language Acquisition 7 (2-4), 317-344, 1998
1921998
A comparison of informal and formal acceptability judgments using a random sample from Linguistic Inquiry 2001-2010
J Sprouse, CT Schütze, D Almeida
Lingua 134, 219-248, 2013
1842013
Serbo-Croatian second position clitic placement and the phonology-syntax interface
CT Schütze
MIT working papers in linguistics 21, 373-473, 1994
1721994
Argumenthood and English prepositional phrase attachment
CT Schütze, E Gibson
Journal of Memory and Language 40 (3), 409-431, 1999
1561999
On Korean "Case stacking": The varied functions of the particles 'ka' and 'lul'
CT Schütze
The Linguistic Review 18 (3), 193-232, 2001
1442001
The relationship between the frequency and the processing complexity of linguistic structure
E Gibson, CT Schütze, A Salomon
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 25 (1), 59-92, 1996
1441996
PP attachment and argumenthood
CT Schütze
MIT working papers in linguistics 26, 95-151, 1995
1181995
English expletive constructions are not infected
CT Schütze
Linguistic inquiry 30 (3), 467-484, 1999
1091999
Disambiguation preferences in noun phrase conjunction do not mirror corpus frequency
E Gibson, CT Schütze
Journal of Memory and Language 40 (2), 263-279, 1999
1041999
Processing empty categories: A parallel approach
E Gibson, G Hickok, CT Schütze
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 23 (5), 381-405, 1994
781994
Towards a Minimalist account of quirky Case and licensing in Icelandic
CT Schütze
MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 19, 321-375, 1993
641993
Linguistic evidence and grammatical theory
CT Schütze
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 2 (2), 206-221, 2011
582011
Thinking about what we are asking speakers to do
CT Schütze
Linguistic evidence: Empirical, theoretical, and computational perspectives …, 2005
542005
Korean "Case stacking" isn't: Unifying Noncase uses of Case particles
CT Schütze
Proceedings of NELS 26, 351-366, 1996
541996
Semantically empty lexical heads as last resorts
CT Schütze
Semi-Lexical Categories: on the Content of Function Words and the Function …, 2001
512001
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