Kenneth Wexler

Books by this Author

By Rosalind Thornton, Kenneth Wexler
Among the universal principles are those known as the principles of the binding theory. These principles constrain the range of interpretations that can be assigned to sentences containing reflexives and reciprocals, pronouns, and referring expressions. The principle that is relevant for pronouns, Principle B, has provided a fertile ground for the study of linguistic development. Although it has...

Journal Articles by this Author

Linguistic Inquiry
Volume 32, Issue 1 (Winter 2001)
By Maria Babyonyshev, Jennifer Ganger, David Pesetsky, Kenneth Wexler
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Volume 12, Issue 6 (November 2000)
By Colin Phillips, Thomas Pellathy, Alec Marantz, Elron Yellin, Kenneth Wexler, David Poeppel, Martha McGinnis, Timothy Roberts