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Jason Grafmiller
Jason Grafmiller
Lecturer, English Language and Applied Linguistics, University of Birmingham, UK
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Around the world in three alternations: Modeling syntactic variation in varieties of English
B Szmrecsanyi, J Grafmiller, B Heller, M Röthlisberger
English World-Wide. A Journal of Varieties of English 37 (2), 109-137, 2016
1072016
Variation in English genitives across modality and genres1
J Grafmiller
English Language & Linguistics 18 (3), 471-496, 2014
732014
Stability and fluidity in syntactic variation world-wide: The genitive alternation across varieties of English
B Heller, B Szmrecsanyi, J Grafmiller
Journal of English Linguistics 45 (1), 3-27, 2017
662017
Rhythm’s role in genitive construction choice in spoken English
S Shih, J Grafmiller, R Futrell, J Bresnan
Rhythm in cognition and grammar, 207-234, 2015
592015
Cognitive indigenization effects in the English dative alternation
M Röthlisberger, J Grafmiller, B Szmrecsanyi
Cognitive Linguistics 28 (4), 673-710, 2017
582017
The Semantics of Syntactic Choice an Analysis of English Emotion Verbs
J Grafmiller
Stanford University, 2013
522013
Do you always fear what frightens you?
B Levin, J Grafmiller
CSLI Publications; Stanford, CA, 2013
432013
Spoken syntax in a comparative perspective: The dative and genitive alternation in varieties of English
B Szmrecsanyi, J Grafmiller, J Bresnan, A Rosenbach, S Tagliamonte, ...
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 2 (1), 2017
382017
Weighing in on end weight
S Shih, J Grafmiller
annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, 2011
372011
Mapping out particle placement in Englishes around the world: A study in comparative sociolinguistic analysis
J Grafmiller, B Szmrecsanyi
Language Variation and Change 30 (3), 385-412, 2018
352018
Variation-based distance and similarity modeling: A case study in world Englishes
B Szmrecsanyi, J Grafmiller, L Rosseel
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence 2, 23, 2019
162019
New approaches to end weight
J Grafmiller, S Shih
Variation and Typology: New Trends in Syntactic Research 26, 2011
162011
General introduction: A comparative perspective on probabilistic variation in grammar
J Grafmiller, B Szmrecsanyi, M Röthlisberger, B Heller
Glossa. A Journal of General Linguistics 3 (1), 1-10, 2018
152018
Restricting the restrictive relativizer
J Grafmiller, B Szmrecsanyi, L Hinrichs
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 14 (2), 309-355, 2018
102018
to appear. Rhythm’s role in genitive construction choice in spoken English
S Shih, J Grafmiller, R Futrell, J Bresnan
Rhythm in Phonetics, Grammar and Cognition. Berlin, Germany: Mouton de …, 2012
82012
Rhythm’s role in genitive and dative construction choice in spoken English
S Shih, J Grafmiller, R Futrell, J Bresnan
31st annual meeting of the Linguistics Association of Germany (DGfS …, 2009
82009
To appear. Cognitive indigenization effects in the English dative alternation
M Röthlisberger, J Grafmiller, B Szmrecsanyi
Cognitive Linguistics, 0
5
B. Szmrecsanyi (2017). Particle placement alternation in EFL learner speech vs. native and ESL spoken Englishes: core probabilistic grammar and/or L1-specific preferences
M Paquot, J Grafmiller
4th Learner Corpus Research Conference, 5-7, 2017
42017
How register-specific is probabilistic grammatical knowledge?
A Engel, J Grafmiller, L Rosseel, B Szmrecsanyi, F Van de Velde
Corpus-based approaches to register variation 103, 51, 2021
32021
Probabilistic indigenization effects at the lexis–syntax interface
I Tamaredo, M Röthlisberger, J Grafmiller, B Heller
English Language & Linguistics 24 (2), 413-440, 2020
32020
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