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    Chen, Jidong
    This paper investigates the crosslinguistic influences on the learning of encoding motion and state change in L2 Mandarin based on the linguistic typology motionmand state change (Talmy 1985, 2000; Slobin 2004). We conducted an experiment of elicited . . .
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    Chen, Jidong
    This study examines the emergent linguistic properties of the early production of verb argument structure in Mandarin Chinese. Longitudinal naturalist speech data of one Mandarin-learning child were coded and analyzed for their argument structure from . . .
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    Chen, Jidong
    Mandarin categorizes cutting and breaking events on the basis of fine semantic distinctions in the causal action and the caused result. I demonstrate the semantics of Mandarin C&B verbs from the perspective of event encoding and categorization as well . . .
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    Chen, Jidong
    This paper investigates the possible alternations between Dative Constructions and Direct Object Constructions in Chinese.1 It argues that the semantic constraint on such alternations as proposed by Pinker (1989), Gropen et al. (1989), and Rappaport H . . .
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    Chen, Jidong
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    Brown, Amanda
    Two-way typological patterning between satellite- and verb-framed languages in construal of Manner of motion is well attested in speech (e.g. Slobin 2006) and gesture (e.g. McNeill 2001), but contradictory findings exist regarding a third category of . . .
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    Huettig, Falk
    We conceptualize objects based on sensorimotor information gleaned from real-world experience. To what extent is conceptual information structured according to higher-level linguistic features? We investigate whether classifiers, a grammatical categor . . .