Stan Kuczaj (1950-2016)
Dolphin Communication Project
University of Southern Mississippi
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In addition, users may wish to consult the 1976 dissertation that includes a complete description of the project:
Kuczaj, S. (1976a). -ing, -s and -ed: A study of the acquisition of certain verb inflections. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota.
Additional relevant publications based on this corpus include:
Kuczaj, S. A. (1976b). Arguments against Hurford’s ‘Aux copying rule’. Journal of Child Language, 3, 423–427.
Kuczaj, S. A. (1978). Why do children fail to generalize the progressive inflection? Journal of Child Language, 5, 167–171.
Kuczaj, S. (1979). The influence of contractibility on the acquisition of be: Substantial, meager, or unknown? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 8, 1–11.
Kuczaj, S. A. (1982). Old and new forms, old and new meanings: The form-function hy-pothesis revisited. First Language, 3, 55–61.
Kuczaj, S. A. (1986). General developmental patterns and individual differences in the ac-quisition of copula and auxiliary be forms. First Language, 6, 111–117.
Kuczaj, S., & Daly, M. (1979). The development of hypothetical reference in the speech of young children. Journal of Child Language, 6, 563–579.
Kuczaj, S., & Maratsos, M. (1983). Initial Verbs of yes-no questions: A different kind of general grammatical category. Developmental Psychology, 19, 440–444.
Kuczaj, S. A., & Maratsos, M. P. (1975). What children can say before they will. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 21, 89–111.
In accordance with TalkBank rules, any use of data from this corpus must be accompanied by at least one of the above references.