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Geraldine Legendre
Geraldine Legendre
Professor of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University
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The harmonic mind: From neural computation to optimality-theoretic grammar (Cognitive architecture), Vol. 1
P Smolensky, G Legendre
MIT press, 2006
8042006
Harmonic Grammar-A formal multi-level connectionist theory of linguistic well-formedness: Theoretical foundations
G Legendre
Proceedings of the 12th meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 1990
460*1990
Learning biases predict a word order universal
J Culbertson, P Smolensky, G Legendre
Cognition 122 (3), 306-329, 2012
2582012
When is less more? Faithfulness and minimal links in wh-chains
G Legendre, P Smolensky, C Wilson
Is the best good enough, 249-289, 1998
2331998
Optimality-theoretic syntax
G Legendre, J Grimshaw, S Vikner
MIT Press, 2001
2032001
Unaccusativity in French
G Legendre
Lingua 79 (2-3), 95-164, 1989
1741989
An optimality-theoretic typology of case and grammatical voice systems
G Legendre, W Raymond, P Smolensky
Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society 19 (1), 464-478, 1993
1431993
The optimality theory–harmonic grammar connection
G Legendre, A Sorace, P Smolensky
The harmonic mind 2, 339-402, 2006
1302006
Can connectionism contribute to syntax?: Harmonic Grammar, with an application
G Legendre, Y Miyata, P Smolensky
University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of Computer Science, 1990
1211990
Morphological and prosodic alignment of Bulgarian clitics
G Legendre
Optimality theory: Syntax, phonology, and acquisition, 423-462, 2000
1132000
Inversion with certain French experiencer verbs
G Legendre
Language, 752-782, 1989
1031989
Secondary predication and functional projections in French
G Legendre
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 15 (1), 43-87, 1997
991997
Auxiliaires et intransitivitÚ en franšais et dans les langues romanes
A Sorace
Les langues romanes; problemes de la phrase simple, 185-234, 2003
982003
Principles for an integrated connectionist/symbolic theory of higher cognition
P Smolensky
Technical Report 92-1-02, Computer and Cognitive Science, Chukyo Univ., 1992
961992
An Introduction to Optimality
G Legendre
Optimality-theoretic syntax, 1, 2001
952001
Optimality and wh-extraction
G Legendre, C Wilson, P Smolensky, K Homer, W Raymond
941995
Comprehension of Infrequent Subject–Verb Agreement Forms: Evidence From French‐Learning Children
G Legendre, I Barrière, L Goyet, T Nazzi
Child Development 81 (6), 1859-1875, 2010
852010
The harmonic mind: From neural computation to optimality-theoretic grammar. Vol. 2, Linguistic and philosophical implications
P Smolensky, G Legendre
MIT, 2006
842006
Partial constraint ordering in child French syntax
G Legendre, P Hagstrom, A Vainikka, M Todorova
Language Acquisition 10 (3), 189-227, 2002
762002
French impersonal constructions
G Legendre
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 81-128, 1990
701990
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