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Subject Linguistics

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405198820.2012.00001.x


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Cristina Baus is a post-doctoral researcher at the Speech Production and Biligualism, University Pompeu Fabra (Principal Investigator: Albert Costa). Her main research interest is the neural correlates of lexical access during biligual language production. Ignacio Bosque is Full Professor of Spanish Linguistics at the Complutense University, Madrid, and a member of the Spanish Royal Academy. His main field of research is Spanish grammar (syntax, morphology, and the relationship between syntax and the lexicon). He has worked on some aspects of lexicography as well, with particular attention to collocations and other restricted combinations. Josep María Brucart received his Ph.D. from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 1984, with a dissertation titled “La elisión sintáctica en español.” He is currently Full Professor in the Department of Spanish Philology and member of the Center for Theoretical Linguistics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. José Camacho is Associate Professor at Rutgers University, New Jersey. He specializes in Syntactic Theory. In his research, he has focused on several aspects of the syntax of Spanish and Amazonian languages, such as null subjects, agreement, and switch‐reference. Héctor Campos is Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics and Modern Greek at Georgetown University. His current research focuses on the ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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