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Edited Books, Encyclopedia entries and Book Chapters

Edited Books 

Arnon, I., Casillas, M., Estigabarria, B., & Kurumada, C. (2014). Language in Interaction: Studies in Honour of Eve V. Clark. Trends in Language Acquisition Research Series, Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 

 Arnon, I., & Clark, E. V. (2011). Experience, Variation and Generalization: Learning a First Language. Trends in Language Acquisition Research Series, Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf

Encyclopedia entries

Arnon, I. (2014). Acquisition of Grammatical Gender. Encyclopedia of Language Development, SAGE publications (259-260). pdf

Arnon, I. (2014). Distributional Knowledge and Language Learning. Encyclopedia of Language Development, SAGE publications (161-163). pdf

Arnon, I. & Christiansen, M. (2014). Chunk-based Language Acquisition. Encyclopedia of Language Development, SAGE publications (88-91). pdf

Book Chapters

Arnon, I. (in press). The nature of child-directed speech in Hebrew: frequent frames in a morphologically rich language. The Acquisition of Hebrew (Ed. Ruth Berman), Trends in Language Acquisition Research Series, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Kurumada, C. & Arnon, I. (2014). Language acquisition in interaction, In I. Arnon, Casillas, M., C. Kurumada, & B. Estigarribia (Eds.), Language in Interaction, Trends in Language Acquisition Research Series, Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf 

Snider, N., & Arnon, I. (2012). A unified lexicon and grammar? Compositional and noncompositional phrases in the lexicon. In S. Gries & D. Divjak (Eds.) Frequency effects in language. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pdf

Arnon, I. (2011). Learning constructions: re-thinking the path of relative clause acquisition in Hebrew. In E. Kidd (Ed.). The acquisition of relative clauses: functional and typological perspectives, Amsterdam: John Benjamins (final version has been completed and approved). pdf

Arnon, I. (2011). Units of learning in language acquisition. In I. Arnon & E.V. Clark (Eds.), Experience, Variation and Generalization: Learning a First Language, Trends in Language Acquisition Research Series, Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf

Hofmeister, P., Jaeger, F., Arnon, I., Sag, I., & Snider, N. (2007). Locality and Accessibility in Wh-questions. In S. Featherston & W. Sternefeld (eds.), Linguistic Evidence: Empirical, Theoretical, and Computational Perspectives (pp. 185-205). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pdf