SKASE JOURNAL OF Theoretical Linguistics

ISSN 1336-782X
VOLUME 13 - 2016 No. 2
Special Number:
Selected papers from the Word-Formation Theories conference, Košice, 26-28 June, 2015

Guest editors: Aleksandra Bagasheva and Jesús Fernández-Dominguez


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1. Christina L. Gagné and Thomas L. Spalding
Processing English compounds: Investigating semantic transparency
2. Natalia Beliaeva
Blends at the intersection of addition and subtraction: Evidence from processing
3. Marcel Schlechtweg and Holden Härtl
Memorization and the morphology-syntax divide:A cross-linguistic investigation
4. Henryk Kardela
Analyzability and institutionalization: Setting parameters in cognitive morphology
5. Vesna Antoniová
Derivational paradigm – Is there any? A contrastive research
6. Paolo Ramat
What’s in a word?
7. Pius ten Hacken and Maria Koliopoulou
Adjectival non-heads and the limits of compounding
8. Luise Kempf
Modeling polyfunctional word formation patterns. A Construction Morphology account of adjectival derivation in the history of German
9. Milada Walková
The relation of the head and the modifier in nominal compound names of medicinal herbs
10. Jurgis Pakerys
On the derivational adaptation of borrowings
11. Lina Inčiuraitė-Noreikienė and Bonifacas Stundžia
Searching for competing patterns in morphological derivation: The case of adjective borrowing
12. Anna Malicka-Kleparska
Old Church Slavonic as a language with the middle voice morphology
Board of Consulting Editors:
NaNana Aba Amfro, University of Ghan; Arthur Abramson, University of Connecticut, USA; Jean Aitchison, Oxford University, United Kingdom; Miroslav Cerny, Ostrava University, Czech Republic; Mary Esther Dakubu, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; Jan Don, Amsterdam University, The Netherlands; Martin Everaert, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Roswitha Fischer, University of Regensburg, Germany; Christina Gagne, University of Alberta, Canada;  Renáta Gregová, P. J. Safarik University Kosice, Slovak Republic; Ján Horecký, Professor Emeritus, Slovak Republic († 2006); Denis Jamet, Université Jean Moulin - Lyon 3, France; Carina Jahani, Uppsala University; Stanislav Kavka, Ostrava University, Czech Republic; Robert Kieltika, University of Rzeszow, Poland; Grezegorz A. Kleparski, University of Rzeszow, Poland; Peter Koch, Tuebingen University, Germany; Lívia Körtvélyessy, P. J. Safarik University Kosice, Slovak Republic; Viktor Krupa, Institute of Oriental Studies, Slovak Academy of Sciences; Merja Kyto, Uppsala University, Sweden; Jean-Rémi Lapaire, Bordeaux University, France; Rochelle Lieber, University of New Hampshire, USA; Leonhard Lipka, Professor Emeritus, Germany; Gina Maciuca, University of Suceava, Rumania; Alec Marantz, MIT Linguistics and Philosophy, Cambridge, USA; Edith A. Moravcsik, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Makiko Mukai, Kochi Women's University, Japan; Ad Neeleman, University College London, United Kingdom; Arne Olofsson, Göteborg University, Sweden; Dorota Osuchowska, University of Rzeszow, Poland; Pingali Sailaja, University of Hyderabad, India; Dana Slančová, Prešov University, Slovak Republic; Višnja Josipović Smojver, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Slávka Tomaščíková, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovak Republic; Salvador Valera, University of Jaen, Spain, Jochen Zeller, University of KwaZulu-Natal,Durban,South Africa

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