An Enterprise in the Cognitive Science of Language: A Festschrift for Yukio Otsu An Enterprise in the Cognitive Science of Language: A Festschrift for Yukio Otsu 佐野哲也ほか編 ひつじ書房

An Enterprise in the Cognitive Science of Language

A Festschrift for Yukio Otsu

Edited by:
Tetsuya Sano, Mika Endo, Miwa Isobe, Koichi Otaki,
Koji Sugisaki, and Takeru Suzuki

(佐野哲也・遠藤美香・磯部美和・大滝宏一・杉崎鉱司・鈴木猛 編)

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本書は、慶應義塾大学教授、大津由紀雄氏の2008年2月の還暦を祝し、氏と交友の深い研究者や教え子たち49名が寄稿して編まれた記念論文集である。各論文の内容は統語論・形態論・音韻論・第一言語獲得・第二言語獲得・言語処理など多岐にわたり、Stephen Crain,Nina Hyams, Thomas Roeper, William Snyderら海外からの寄稿も含まれる。どの論文も、氏が追求してきた「言語の研究を通してヒトのこころの認知機構を解明する」という目標に挑む意欲作であり、言語の認知科学の魅力にあふれた1冊となっている。

This book is a Festschrift for Professor Yukio Otsu on the occasion of his 60th birthday. It is a collection of 48 papers by his colleagues and students, including contributions by Stephen Crain, Nina Hyams, Thomas Roeper and William Snyder. It covers diverse topics such as syntax, morphology, phonology, L1 acquisition, L2 acquisition, language processing, etc. Each paper attempts to reveal cognitive mechanisms of the human mind through the research of human language. The volume is full of insightful observations in the cognitive science of language.


A congratulatory message Noam Chomsky (MIT) iii
Contributors xi
Preface xiii
A Select Bibliography of Works by Yukio Otsu xv

Reflections on Motherese 1
Nina Hyams
Non-referentiality in Certain Noun Phrases 13
Yuji Nishiyama
Minimalist Architecture from an Acquisition Perspective: Behind, Over, and Through Barriers 27
Tom Roeper
Children’s Grammatical Conservatism: Implications for Linguistic Theory 41
William Snyder
Unconstrained Variable Binding: ECM Constructions in Child English 53
Tetsuya Sano and Stephen Crain
Remarks on Asymmetry and Recursion in Compound Formation 65
Yoko Sugioka
Syntax-Semantics Mismatch and Determiners of Cognate Objects 79
Takeshi Omuro
The Role of Grammatical Dynamism in the Interpretation of Keats’ To Autumn: Another Case for the Mode of Extension 87
Kazuo Nakazawa
Where Gerunds and Participles Meet: A Note on the Syntactic Environment of V-ing 101
Noriko Nakazawa
Haig/Kuroda’s Paradigm Reconsidered 115
Yasuo Ishii
A Story of Nearby: A Morphological, Syntactico-Semantic, Discourse-Based, and Developmental Perspective 129
Kazutaka Sasaki
The Derivation of the Get-passive Construction 139
Yasuhiro Ichikawa
The Pursuit of the Elegant Lexicon: A Case Study of -ity/-ness Forms 153
Junya Morita
A Developmental View of VP Architecture: Why are Arguments Projected the Way they are? 167
Takeru Suzuki
Complement Relatives, Restrictive Relatives, and “Putative” Restrictive Relatives 179
Yoshihiko Watanabe
A Composite Path PP in Japanese: The Case of NP kara NP made 191
Naoki Nakajima
Reconstruction in Child Japanese: A Preliminary Study 205
Miwa Isobe
The Acquisition of Japanese Numeral Quantifiers by Second Language Learners 217
Koichi Otaki
A Note on the Vacuous Movement Hypothesis 229
Masayuki Komachi
Order in Narrow Syntax and PF: Toward a Theory of Word Order Variations 243
Kensuke Takita
Unaccusatives in Japanese: A Processing Study 257
Tomoko Monou and Masayuki Komachi
Examination of Partial Vowel Devoicing in Japanese 267
Yukiko Sugiyama
No Isomorphism between Syntax and Semantics: Some Notes on Predicates with “Subcategorized Dative Object” 281
Ichiro Yuhara
Children’s Use of Dakuten Diacritic and Yo-on Combinations in Learning to Read Kana Syllabary 295
Shinichiro Kakihana
Invisible Domain Restriction of an NP: Evidence from the Specificity Condition 309
Yukio Furukawa
An Influence of Lexical Accent on Structural Disambiguation: How Speaker’s Intention and Listener’s Expectation Meet 323
Yuki Hirose
Code-Switching in a Japanese-English Bilingual Child: A Longitudinal Study 337
Keiko Nakamura
A Romance Perspective on Tokoro-clauses 351
Mihoko Zushi
Verbalizing the Same Experience: An Exploration of Information Structure in Japanese and English Narratives 365
Yoshiharu Kumagai
A Note on Nominative Case Assignment in Japanese 379
Masao Fukuhara
Some Notes on Vague Quantity Expressions 393
Akira Watanabe
Bound Variable Interpretations in L2 and Universal Grammar 405
Mineharu Nakayama
The Adversative Subject of a Causative Construction in Japanese 419
Yahiro Hirakawa
Subject-orientation of Focus Particles in Early Speech of Japanese Children 433
Kazumi Matsuoka and Shin’nosuke Inami
Remarks on Comparative Analysis between Children’s and Adults’ Speech Errors in Japanese 443
Yasushi Terao
(Anti-)Haig-Kuroda’s Generalization on NQs and Scrambling Revisited 457
Koji Hoshi
A Note on the Acquisition of Hotondo by Japanese Children 471
Shigeko Matsufuji
Syntactic Positions of Arguments in Japanese Clause Structures: A Psycholinguistic Perspective 481
Masatoshi Koizumi, Naoki Kimura, and Jungho Kim
Japanese-speaking Children’s Interpretation of the Focus Particle ‘Even’ Reveals their (In)sensitivity to Implicatures 495
Masuyo Ito
Structure Dependence in the Acquisition of Japanese 511
Koji Sugisaki
Children’s Interpretations of Quantifier Scope Interactions in Japanese 521
Kyoko Yamakoshi
Relativization and Conjunction: Complex Constraint Interactions in Optimality Theory 535
Haruka Fukazawa
Acquisition of Japanese Deverbal Compounds 547
Hiroko Terada
The Acquisition of Zibun Revisited 557
Reiko Okabe
Licensing Extraction out of Ellipsis Sites: MaxElide, Parallelism and More 571
Chizuru Nakao
When Negative Statements are Easier: Processing of Polarity Items in Japanese 585
Masaya Yoshida
Boolean Conjunction in Child Japanese 599
Takuya Goro
Probing Logical Aspects of Language Development 613
Utako Minai