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Vuillermet, M., 2010, "Watch out you might miss the apprehensive!", Mood and modality in the indigeneous languages of the Americas, Universiteit Leiden, March 25-26th  (handout.pdf)


 

Dediu, D. & Janssen, R., Moisik, S., à paraître, "Weak biases emerging from vocal tract anatomy shape the repeated transmission of vowels", Nature Human Behaviour,


 

Dediu, D., Janssen, R., Moisik, S., 2019, "Weak biases emerging from vocal tract anatomy shape the repeated transmission of vowels", Nature Human Behaviour, - (doi: 10.1038/s41562-019-0663-x)


 

Imbert, C., 2009b, "What adpositions do that satellites cannot. Semantic and conceptual constraints on Path-coding categories", Space in Language Conference, Pisa, 8-10 October 2009


 

Grinevald, C., Goldwasser, O., 2012, "What Are "Determinatives" Good For?", in Lexical Semantics in Ancient Egyptian, Grossman, E., Polis, S. & Winand, J. (eds), Lingua Aegyptia - Studia Monographica 9, Hamburg, Widmaier Verlag, pp. 17-53  (pdf)


 

Boyer, P., 2009, "What are memories for? Functions of recall in cognition and culture", in Memory in Mind and Culture, Boyer, P., Wertsch, J. (eds), New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. 3-31


 

Marsico, E., 1999, "What can a database of proto-languages tell us about the last 10,000 years of sound changes ?", proc. of XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, Août (eds)


 

Le Néchet, F., Coupé, C., Mathian, H., Sanders, L., 2019, "What can a Multi-Agent System tell us about the Bantu expansion 3000 years ago", in Integrating qualitative and social science factors in archaeological modelling, Vander Linden, M., Saqalli, M. (eds), Springer, pp. 109-135


 

Hickmann, M., Veneziano, E., Jisa, H., 2018, "What can variation tell us about first language acquisition", in Sources of Variation in First Language Acquisition : Languages, Contexts, and Learners, Hickmann, M., Veneziano, E., Jisa, H. (eds), Amsterdam , John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 1-23


 

Costa, J., Bert, M., 2014, "What counts as a linguistic border, for whom, and with what implications? Exploring Occitan and Francoprovençal in Rhône-Alpes, France", in Language, Borders and Identity, Watt, D., Llamas, C. (eds), Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press


 

Hombert, J.M., 2007, "What do linguists have to say about the origin of Language?", Berlin


 

de Almeida, L., Ferré, S., Barthez, M.A., dos Santos, C., 2019, "What do monolingual and bilingual children with and without SLI produce when phonology is too complex?", First Language, 39:2, pp. 158 –176 (lien)


 

Arnulf, I., Uguccioni, G., Gay, F., Baldayrou, E., Golmard, J., Gayraud, F., Devevey, A., 2017, "What does the sleeping brain say? Syntax and semantics of sleep talking in healthy subjects and in parasomnia Patients.", Sleep, 40:11 (Lien)


 

Meyer, J., 2007, "What does the typology of whistled forms of languages teach us about prosody?", proc. of Association of Linguistic Typology 7th biennial meeting, Paris, France, Sept 2007 (eds) (abstract)


 

Meyer, J., 2007, "What does the typology of whistled forms of languages teach us about prosody?", ALT VII - 7th biennial meeting of the Association of Linguistic Typology, Paris, France, 2007


 

Bertet, D., 2018, "What exactly is the phonological feature [nasality] in Ticuna (isolate, Western Amazonia)?", Phonetics and Phonology Forum (Phorum), UC Berkeley, Berkeley, USA, April 30  (abstract, slides)


 

Ben Hamed, M., Darlu, P., 2004, "What is congruence?", Language, Culture and Mind Conference: Integrating Perspectives and Methodologies in the study of Language , Portsmouth, UK, 18 - 21 Juillet 2004. (poster)


 

Paulin, P., Ngongo, S., 2012, "What is the core of fieldwork: research or relationship? A case study of Baka hunter-gatherers in northern Gabon", Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology, Montpellier, France, 20-25 mai


 

Fabre, D., Schoot, V., Meunier, F., 2007, "What triggers early decomposition of morphologically complex words? ", proc. of EuroCogSci2007, the European cognitive science conference, Grèce, mai, 2007, Vosniadou, F. (eds), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 734-739


 

Guillaume, A., 2011, "What’s in a Tacana verb?", Americanist Meeting, University of Leipzig, Allemagne, 24 juin


 

Rose, F., 2012, "When "you" and "I" mess around with the hierarchy. A comparative study of Tupi-Guarani hierarchical indexation systems", 54th International Congress of Americanists, Symposium on Historical variation and variation by contact among the Tupí languages, Vienne, 16-20 juillet 2012


 

Rose, F., 2015, "When "you" and "I" mess around with the hierarchy: a comparative study of Tupi-Guarani hierarchical indexation systems", Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências humanas , 10:2, pp. 347-369 (journal issue)


 

Hoen, M., Pachot-Clouard, M., Segebarth, C., Dominey, P., 2006, "When Broca experiences the Janus syndrome: an ER-fMRI study comparing sentence comprehension and cognitive sequence processing", Cortex, 42, pp. 605-23  (Pdf)


 

Alkimanis, F., Kern, S., Sofu, H., 2014, "When context matters more than language: Verb or noun in French and Turkish caregiver speech", First Language, 34:6, pp. 537-550


 

Boulenger, V., Shtyrov, Y., Pulvermüller, F., 2012, "When do you grasp the idea? MEG evidence for instantaneous idiom understanding", NeuroImage, 59:4, pp. 3502-3513  (pdf)


 

Boulenger, V., Shtyrov, Y., Pulvermüller, F., 2011, "When do you grasp the idea? MEG evidence for instantaneous idiom understanding", Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 18th Annual Meeting, San Francisco (USA), 2-5 april (poster)


 

Vuillermet, M., 2010, "When does motion take place in Ese Ejja (Takanan)? A preliminary overview at associated motion suffixes", Workshop : Verbal markers of motion and/or direction in the Amazonian languages of the Guaporé-Mamoré region (and beyond), DDL, ISH, 10 mars 2010  (handout.pdf)


 

Rose, F., 2015, "When grammatical gender and genderlects interact", Transalpine Typological Meeting, Lyon, 7 October 2015


 

Boulenger, V., 2009, "When language meets the motor system.", proc. of The Mental Lexicon Symposium, Lund University (Sweden), 9 décembre 2009 (eds)


 

Bertet, D., 2018, "When only nominals are marked for tense: the case of Ticuna (isolate, Western Amazonia)", BLS44, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, USA, February 9–11  (abstract, slides)


 

Guérois, R., 2014, "When the trees cut the man: Verb agreement in Cuwabo relative clauses (Bantu, P34)", Syntax of the World's Languages VI, Pavia, Italy, September 8-10, 2014


 

Rose, F., 2014, "When vowel deletion blurs reduplication in Mojeño Trinitario", in Reduplication in South-American languages, Goodwin Gómez, G., van der Voort, H. (eds), Leiden, Brill, pp. 375-399  (pdf)


 

Nazir, T., Fargier, R., Aravena, P., Boulenger, V., 2012, "When words trigger activity in the brain’s sensory and motor systems: It is not Remembrance of Things Past ", in Language and action in cognitive neuroscience , Coello, Y., Bartolo, A. (eds), Psychology Press, pp. 307-318  (cover)


 

Lienard, P., Boyer, P., 2006, "Whence Collective Rituals? A Cultural Selection Model of Ritualized Behaviour", American Anthropologist, 108:4, pp. 814-27


 

Philippson, G., 2018, "Where exactly does Bobe (A31) fit in the Bantu genealogy?", 48th Colloquium on African Languages & Linguistics, Leiden (P.-B.), 08/30 to 09/01/18


 

Vuillermet, M., Grinevald, C., 2018, "Where is Associated Motion in the typology of motion events?", Journée d’étude Événement et Espace: Mouvement Associé et Posture Associée, Fédération de Recherche Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques / LLF, Paris, France, December 5


 

Ben Hamed, M., 2005, "Which words could tell the history of Chinese dialects?", The Annual New Zealand Phylogenetics Meeting, Whitianga, New Zealand, 12-17 Février 2005.


 

Meyer, J., Gautheron, B., 2005, "Whistled speech and whistled languages", in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Brown, K. (eds), 2nd, Oxford, Elsevier


 

Meyer , J., 2005, "Whistled speech: a natural phonetic description of languages adapted to human perception and to the natural environment", proc. of Interspeech'2005 - Eurospeech - 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, Lisboa, Portugal, Sept 2005 (eds)


 

Meyer, J., 2005, "Whistled speech: a natural phonetic description of languages adapted to human perception and to the natural environment", Interspeech'2005 - Eurospeech - 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, Lisboa Portugal, 2005


 

Meyer, J., 2007, "Whistled Turkish: statistical analysis of vowel distribution and consonant modulations", proc. of XVI International Conference of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrücken, Germany, August 2007 (eds)


 

Meyer, J., 2007, "Whistled Turkish: statistical analysis of vowel distribution and consonant modulations", Proceedings of XVI International Conference of Phonetic Sciences, Saarebrüken, Germany, 2007


 

Ciumas, C., Saignavongs, M., Ilski, F., Herbillon, V., Laurent, A., Lothe, A., Heckermann, R., de Bellescize, J., Panagiotakaki, E., Hannoun, S., Sappey Marinier, D., Montavont, A., Ostrowsky-Coste, K., Bedoin, N., Ryvlin, P., 2014, "White matter development in children with Benign Childhood Epilepsy with Centro-Temporal Spikes", Brain, 137:4, pp. 1095:1106


 

Rose, F., 2011, "Who is the third person? Fluid transitivity in Mojeño Trinitario", IJAL, 77:4, pp. 469-494 (journal issue)  (pdf)


 

Bert, M., Grinevald, C., 2009, "Whose ideologies, where and when? Rama (Nicaragua) and Francoprovencal (France) experiences", proc. of ELAP Workshop: Beliefs and Ideology, SOAS London, 27-28 février 2009 (eds)


 

Bert, M., Grinevald, C., 2009, "Whose ideologies, where and when? Rama (Nicaragua) and Francoprovencal (France) experiences", ELAP workshop: Beliefs and Ideologies, SOAS London, 16-17 février 2009


 

Bert, M., Grinevald, C., 2009, "Whose ideologies, where and when? Rama (Nicaragua) and Francoprovencal (France) experiences", ELAP Workshop: Beliefs and Ideology, Londres, 27-28 février


 

Grinevald, C., Bert, M., 2014, "Whose ideology, where and when? Rama (Nicaragua) and Francoprovençal (France) experiences", in Endangered Languages: Beliefs and Ideologies in Language Documentation and Revitalisation, Austin, P., Sallabank, J. (eds), Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 357-386


 

Grinevald, C., Bert, M., 2009, "Whose ideology, where and when? Rama (Nicaragua) and Francoprovençal (France) experiences", ELAP Workshop: Beliefs and Ideology, SOAS, Londres, United Kingdom, February 27-28


 

Creissels, D., Pasquereau, J., 2011, "Why do Daghestanian Spatial Case Systems leak?", AFLiCo IV, Lyon, France, 24-27 May 2011


 

Ben Hamed, M., 2008, "Why do we need a database on sound change?", Lunch Seminars Series, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe (NM), USA, 19 Mars 2008


 

Burdick, A., Seifart, F., 2018, "Why Nouns Slow Us Down, and Why Linguistics Might Be in a Bubble [incl. interview given by Frank Seifart]", May 15, 2018, The New Yorker (eds)


 

Boyer, P., Lienard, P., 2006, "Why Ritualized Behaviour in Humans? Precaution Systems and Action-parsing in Developmental Pathological and Cultural Rituals", Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29, pp. 1-56


 

Delle Luche, C., Gayraud, F., Martinie, B., Meunier, F., 2005, "Why the study of relative clauses processing should not be restricted to Object and Subject function", proc. of AMLAP, Ghent, Belgique, 5-7 septembre (eds) (abstract) (poster)  (Abstract_PDF)


 

Grinevald, C., 2005, "Why the Tiger language and not Rama Cay Creole? Language revitalization made harder", ELAP Workshop. Language contact and variation in language documentation SOAS, Londres, 12 février


 

Grinevald, C., 2005, "Why the Tiger language and not Rama Cay Creole? Language revitalization made harder", in Language Documentation and Description, 3, Austin, P. (eds), Londres, HRELP SOAS, pp. 196-224  (Pdf)


 

Pakendorf, B., 2016, "Why, how, and when : Trying to reconstruct the copying of verbal paradigms in Lamunkhin Even", Seminaire du labo, DDL, Lyon, France


 

Van der Veen, L., 2016, "Wilhelm J. G. Möhlig, Atlas of Kamba Dialects (Kenya Bantu E.55). Phonological and Lexical Comparison. Cologne, Rüdiger Köppe Verlag. 2014. 373 p.", Linguistique et Langues Africaine, 02, pp. 131-134


 

Hombert, J.M., 1986, "Word games: their phonological implications", in Experimental Phonology, Ohala, J., Yaeger, J. (eds), Academic Press, pp. 175-186  (Pdf)


 

Boulenger, V., Mechtouff, L., Thobois, S., Broussolle, E., Jeannerod, M., Nazir, T., 2008, "Word processing in Parkinson's disease is impaired for action verbs but not for concrete nouns", Neuropsychologia, 46, pp. 743-756  (pdf)


 

Thobois, S., Boulenger, V., Mechtouff, L., Broussolle, E., Jeannerod, M., Nazir, T., 2007, "Word processing in Parkinson's disease is impaired for action verbs but not for concrete nouns ", proc. of XVII WFN Congress on Parkinson's Disease and Related Disorders , Amsterdam , 10 décembre 2007 (eds) (abstract) (poster)


 

Lambert Bretière, R., 2007, "Word-class-changing derivations in Fon", RCLT local workshop on word-class-changing derivations, La Trobe University, Melbourne, 31 octobre 2007


 

Lambert-Brétière, R., 2007, "Word-class-changing derivations in Fon", RCLT local workshop on word-class-changing derivations, La Trobe University, 31 octobre 2007


 

Raffaelli, I., Chromý, J., Kopecka, A., 2016, "Word-formation and meaning of colour terms in Croatian, Czech and Polish", 17th International Morphology Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 18-21 February


 

Creissels, D., 2016, "Word-formation in Akhvakh", in Word-Formation, An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe, volume 5, Müller, P., Ohnheiser, I., Olsen, S., Rainer, F. (eds), De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 3685-3691


 

Gayraud, F., Frouin, C., 2015, "Working memory and syntactic capacity in Alzheimer's patients", EUROPEAN CPLOL CONGRESS, Florence, Italie, 08/05/2015


 

Cheucle, M., 2012, "Working towards Proto A80", WOCAL, Buea, Cameroun, 21 aout


 

Grinevald, C., 1998, "Working with speakers of endangered languages", Department of Amerindian Studies, University of Copenhagen, Danemark, 18 septembre 1998


 

Jacquier, C., Meunier, F., 2006, "Would Auditory or Phonological capacities correlate with the time-compressed speech cognitive restoration abilities?", proc. of 5th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 11-13 octobre (eds) (abstract) (poster)  (poster)


 

Manus, S., 2012, "Writing languages : the Amharic syllabary", Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR), Sede del Atlántico, Turrialba, Costa Rica, 22 mai 2012


 

Goldwasser, O., Grinevald, C., 2010, "Written and spoken classifiers in a typological perspective", Categorizing Human Experience: Classification in Languages and Knowledge Systems COST A 31 project Final Conference, ENS, Paris, 14-16 mai


 

Gayraud, F., Martinie, B., Bentot, E., Lepillez, A., Tell, L., Cotton, F., Rode, G., 2015, "Written production in a case of locked-in syndrome with bilateral corticopontic degeneration", Neuropsychological Rehabilitation : An International Journal, 25:5, pp. 780-797


 

Akinci, M.A., Schroeder, C., 2012, "Written Turkish texts of Turkish migrant pupils in France and Germany", Jahrestagung der DGfS; AG 6: Unvollständiger Erstspracherwerb: Heritage Sprecher im In- und Ausland, Frankfurt a. Main, Allemagne , 7-9 mars 2012


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