Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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April 15-17, 2005

Department of Theoretical & Applied Linguistics
School of English
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki




Minimalism and diachronic syntax: the development of negative expressions
Anna Roussou, University of Patras
Prosodic rhythm and the status of vowel reduction in Greek
Mary Baltazani, University of Ioannina
The evolution of medieval /ü/ and its dialectal variation
Ioanna Kappa, University of Crete
Positional and qualitative asymmetries of consonant clusters in Greek L1
Marina Tzakosta, University of Crete
The phonological word in Mycenaean
Jeroen Vis, University of Crete
Free and restrictive relative clauses in Greek
Dora Alexopoulou, University of Cambridge/University of Lille/STL
The road to PF
Kleanthes K. Grohmann, University of Cyprus
Variation in the grammar of adult root infinitives
Kleanthes K. Grohmann & Ricardo Etxepare, University of Cyprus & CNRS/LEHIA
A distance distributing prepositional numeral
Stella Gryllia, Leiden University Centre for Linguistics LUCL
The subject condition as a PF effect: evidence from Greek
George Kotzoglou, University of Reading
Easily in the Middle
Marika Lekakou, Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam
Quantification and Intonation in Modern Greek
Anna Maria Margariti, University of Patras
The polysemy of -ize derivatives and the ModGreek counterpart -pi`o
Elizabeth Mela-Athanasopoulou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Todo in Brazilian Portuguese: all or every or neither?
Ana Müllera, Esmeralda V. Negrãob & Ana P. Quadros Gomesc, University of São Paulo, Brazil
When mixed projections cannot be arguments: evidence from (Greek) gerunds
Phoevos Panagiotidis, Cyprus College
EPP revisited: evidence from null subject languages
Evi Sifaki & Ioanna Sitaridou, University of Roehampton & University of Cambridge
Constituent order and syntactic change in the history of Greek
Efthymios Sipetzis, University of Cambridge
Locative prepositions, predicate inversion and Full Interpretation
Arhonto Terzi, Technological Educational Institute of Patras
Long distance scrambling and anaphora
George Tsoulas, University of York
Towards an account of acronyms/initialisms in Greek
Elli Vazou & George J. Xydopoulos, University of Athens & University of Ioannina
The heartbeat of Vlach/Aromanian in Metsovo, Greece
Andromahi Koufogiorgou, TEE Kisamou, Chania
The degree of dialectal transference by Cypriots in a strict Standard Modern Greek context
Androula Yiakoumetti, Andreas Papapavlou and Pavlos Pavlou, University of Cambridge, UK & University of Cyprus



Kinds of evidence for linguistic theory
Adriana Belletti,  University of Siena
L2 postcards from the edge
Bonnie D. Schwartz, University of Hawaii
Crosslinguistic influence in English-Greek bilingual acquisition
Efrosyni Argyri, University of Edinburgh
Do bilinguals think differently from monolinguals? Evidence from non-linguistic cognitive categorisation of objects in Japanese-English bilinguals
Panos Athanasopoulos, University of Essex
Articles and clitics in English as L2 or L3: evidence from Greek and Turkish/Greek speakers
Despina Avgerinou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Acquiring clitics and determiners in child L2 Modern Greek
Vicky Chondrogianni, University of Cambridge
The imperfective past in child Greek
Sophia Delidaki, University of Reading
Voice morphology and the apo-phrase
Georgia Fotiadou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Chinese learners' acquisition of English Stripping and VPE constructions
Dongfan Hua & Yingua Tian, Shanghai International Studies University
Noun and verb comprehension and production in bilingual individuals with anomic aphasia
Maria Kambanaros, Technological Educational Institute of Patras
The effect of instrumentality and verb-noun name relation on verb retrieval in bilingual Greek-English anomic aphasic individuals
Maria Kambanaros, Technological Educational Institute of Patras
Sentence processing strategies: some preliminary results on the processing of prepositional phrases in Greek
Kalliopi Katsika, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The status of the unaccusative/unergative split in the Croatian-English interlanguage
Tihana Kraš, Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
Examining phonological awareness in deaf children who are learning to read in a transparent orthography: evidence from Greek
Evi Kyritsi, Deborah James & Susan Edwards, University of Reading, University of Newcastle
“Potizo” or “Potizw”? The influence of morphology in the processing of Roman-alphabeted Greek
Theodoros Marinis, Angeliki Papangeli & Dora Tseliga, University of Reading, University College London , Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The role of phonological salience in the acquisition of past tense morphology by Greek children with Specific Language Impairment
Maria Mastropavlou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Agrammatism in Greek: aspects of production and comprehension
Eleni Peristeri, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The representation of grammatical gender in the bilingual mental lexicon: the case of cognate and noncognate nouns
Angeliki Salamoura, University of Cambridge, UK
On the productivity of the diminutive suffixation in Greek child language
Evangelia Thomadaki, Democritus University of Greece
H αναδραστική επίδραση των εξεταστικών δοκιμασιών στη διδασκαλία της νέας ελληνικής ως ξένης/δεύτερης γλώσσας
Νιόβη Αντωνοπούλου, Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης
The relationship between Iranian minority speakers' academic achievements and their proficiency in L2
Shahram Ghahraki, Islamic Azad University Khomeinishar Branch, Iran
Η διδασκαλία μιας διδακτικής ενότητας της ελληνικής νοηματικής γλώσσας (Ε.Ν.Γ.) στο πλαίσιο του αναλυτικού προγράμματος γλωσσικής διδασκαλίας
Μαρία Μερτζάνη, University of Bristol
Teacher roles and learners’ motivation – a preliminary investigation of Greek state-school EFL teachers’ viewpoints
Areti-Maria Sougari & Nicos Sifakis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki & Hellenic Open University