Focus Publication — February 2020

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for February 2019 is: Park, K., & Dubinsky, S. (2019). The syntax and semantics of negative questions and answers in Korean and English. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America 4, 19, 1-9. Washington DC: LSA. doi:10.3765/plsa.v4i1.4518 ABSTRACT Differences in Korean and English negative polarity questions (NPQs) are revealed by the interpretation of… Read more »

IALSP Member Publications—2019

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As part of an ongoing effort to promote the research conducted by IALSP members, this is an annual post highlighting member publications. Here, you can download a list of research by IALSP members that was published in 2019.

JLSP: Call for Book Reviews

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The following books are available for review at the Journal of Language and Social Psychology. If you are interested in reviewing one of them, please contact Jake Harwood (JLSP book review editor: jharwood@arizona.edu) indicating which book(s), providing additional information on your interest and qualifications for reviewing, and giving a mailing address. Reviews range in length but have an absolute… Read more »

Focus Publication — December 2019

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for December 2019 is: Bernhold, Q.S., & Giles, H. (2018). Ethnic differences in grandparent-grandchild affectionate communication: An extension of affection exchange theory research. Communication Reports, 31, 188-202, 2018. ABSTRACT Researchers have repeatedly called for more careful attention to how ethnicity and culture influence grandparent–grandchild communication. Using affection exchange theory as our guiding lens,… Read more »

Focus Publication — November 2019

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for November 2019 is: Holtgraves, T., & Kraus, B. (2018). Processing scalar implicatures in conversational contexts: An ERP study. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 46, 93-108. ABSTRACT Scalar expressions are words that have both a semantic meaning (e.g., the semantic meaning of “some” is “more than one”) and a pragmatic meaning (e.g., the pragmatic meaning… Read more »