Michael T Putnam
Michael T Putnam
Penn State University, Professor of German & Linguistics
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What’s so incomplete about incomplete acquisition?: A prolegomenon to modeling heritage language grammars
MT Putnam, L Sánchez
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 3 (4), 478-508, 2013
Catenae: Introducing a novel unit of syntactic analysis
T Osborne, M Putnam, T Groß
Syntax 15 (4), 354-396, 2012
Coactivation in bilingual grammars: A computational account of code mixing
M Goldrick, M Putnam, L Schwarz
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 19 (5), 857-876, 2016
Scrambling and the survive principle
MT Putnam
Scrambling and the Survive Principle, 1-226, 2007
The structural design of language
TS Stroik, MT Putnam
Cambridge University Press, 2013
New structural patterns in moribund grammar: Case marking in heritage German
L Yager, N Hellmold, HA Joo, MT Putnam, E Rossi, C Stafford, J Salmons
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 165841, 2015
Bare phrase structure, label-less trees, and specifier-less syntax. Is Minimalism becoming a dependency grammar?
T Osborne, M Putnam, TM Gross
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 28 (3), 315-364, 2011
Integrated, not isolated: Defining typological proximity in an integrated multilingual architecture
MT Putnam, M Carlson, D Reitter
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 291536, 2018
Syntactic restructuring in heritage grammars: Word order variation in Moundridge Schweitzer German
H Hopp, MT Putnam
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 5 (2), 180-214, 2015
Unbounded dependency constructions: Theoretical and experimental perspectives
RP Chaves, MT Putnam
Oxford Surveys in Syntax & Mor, 2020
Differential access: Asymmetries in accessing features and building representations in heritage language grammars
S Perez-Cortes, MT Putnam, L Sánchez
Languages 4 (4), 81, 2019
Studies on German-language islands
MT Putnam
Studies on German-Language Islands, 1-496, 2011
Language attrition and the feature reassembly hypothesis
MT Putnam, S Perez-Cortes, L Sánchez
Different situations, similar outcomes
MT Putnam, T Kupisch, D Miller, F Bayram, J Rothman, L Serratrice
Bilingual cognition and language: The state of the science across its …, 2018
Redefining language death: Evidence from moribund grammars
J Bousquette, MT Putnam
Language Learning 70, 188-225, 2020
Teaching controversal topics in contemporary German culture through hip-hop
MT Putnam
Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, 69-79, 2006
Agree probes down: Anaphoric feature valuation and phase reference
M Diercks, M van Koppen, M Putnam
Agree to agree: Agreement in the Minimalist Programme 6, 347, 2020
Addressing challenges in formal research on moribund heritage languages: A path forward
R D'Alessandro, D Natvig, MT Putnam
Frontiers in psychology 12, 700126, 2021
Exploring crash-proof grammars
MT Putnam
Exploring crash-proof grammars, 1-315, 2010
National Socialism with Fler? German hip hop from the right
MT Putnam, JT Littlejohn
Popular music and society 30 (4), 453-468, 2007
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