Honors Theses

Research - Honors Theses

Completed/published

Title Adviser Related Fields
Michael McAuliffe. "The Suffix Pattern Hypothesis: Origins of Stress-Affecting and Stress-Neutral Affixation in English." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2008/2009. Ellen Kaisse English, Linguistics
Marina Oganyan. "Quantifying the Benefits of Infant Directed Speech." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2008/2009. Richard Wright Linguistics, Speech
Lisa Wilcox. "The Acquisition of Grammatical Gender in Nonnative Norwegian: Failed Functional Features v. Full Transfer/Full Access." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2008/2009. Julia Herschensohn Grammar, Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Hillary Willis. "Manifestations of Cultural Interactions: The Current and Historical Significance of Lexical Borrowing in the Spanish Language." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2008/2009. Katarzyna A. Dziwirek Culture, Spanish
Joshua Hou. "Creating a Precision Grammar of Lillooet/St'at'imcets." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2007/2008. Emily M. Bender Grammar, Linguistics
Bradley Larson. "In- or Ex-situ?: A diagnosis of Right-Node Raising." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2006/2007. Barbara Citko Linguistics
Carina Bauman. "Factors in the Variable Production of Past Tense by Chinese Learners of English." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2006/2007. Julia Herschensohn Chinese, English, Second Language Acquisition
Nolan Lawson. "Language Evolution: Piecemeal or Package, Adaptive or Accidental?" Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2005/2006. Frederick Newmeyer Linguistics
Alissa Harrison. "Language Attitudes in Southwestern China." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2004/2005. Chinese, Language Attitudes
Joel Shaver. "The Bare Infinitive as a Subjunctive in English and Icelandic." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2004/2005. English, Grammar
John H.G. Scott. "German Particle-Complement Verbs in Modern Morphological and Syntactic Theory: Countering the 'Separable-Prefix' Misnomer." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2000/2001. Morphology, Syntax

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