(The TQCC of Linguistics is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Role-reference associations and the explanation of argument coding splits18
Independence and generalizability in linguistics17
Observation, experimentation, and replication in linguistics11
How to embrace variation and accept uncertainty in linguistic and psycholinguistic data analysis10
Rapid radiation of the inner Indo-European languages: an advanced approach to Indo-European lexicostatistics8
How to express evolution in English Pokémon names8
What makes up a reportable event in a language? Motion events as an important test domain in linguistic typology8
Reference without anaphora: on agency through grammar8
The replication crisis, scientific revolutions, and linguistics8
Negation in Berber: Variation, evolution, and typology7
Acquisition of broken plural patterns by Jordanian children7
Reflecting on the quantitative turn in linguistics7
Text-linguistic analysis of performed language: revisiting and re-modeling Koch and Oesterreicher6
Indefinite determiners in informal Italian: A preliminary analysis6
Smell terms are not rara: A semantic investigation of odor vocabulary in Thai6
Intentionality, scalar change, and non-culmination in Korean caused change-of-state predicates6
The sociopragmatic parameters steering the reported selection of Anglicisms or their Dutch alternatives6
Discourse expectations: explaining the implicit causality biases of verbs5
The areal typology of western Middle and South America: Towards a comprehensive view5
Spanish embedded question island effects revisited: an experimental study5
The AMAR mechanism: nominal expressions in the Bantu languages are shaped by apposition and reintegration5
Thenice-of-youconstruction and its fragments5
Chains of influence in Himalayan grammars: Models and interrelations shaping descriptions of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal5
A semantic typology of location, existence, possession and copular verbs: areal patterns of polysemy in Mainland East and Southeast Asia4
The sound of gender – correlations of name phonology and gender across languages4
Hypocoristic truncation in Sardinian4
Experimental evidence supporting the overlapping distribution of core and exempt anaphors: Re-examination of long-distance boundcaki-casinin Korean4
Typology of partitives4
Variables are valuable: making a case for deductive modeling4
Formal variation in incorporation: A typological study and a unified approach4
On the role of creativity in the formation of new complex words4
Croft’s cycle in Arabic: The negative existential cycle in a single language4
Partitive accomplishments across languages4
Predication over aspects of human individuals4
Changes in the productivity of word-formation patterns: Some methodological remarks3
Emphatic consonants beyond Arabic: The emergence and proliferation of uvular-pharyngeal emphasis in Kumzari3
West Caucasian relative pronouns as resumptives3
Metalinguistic conditionals and the role of explicit content3
Managing interpersonal discourse expectations: a comparative analysis of contrastive discourse particles in Dutch3
Variation is information: Analyses of variation across items, participants, time, and methods in metalinguistic judgment data3
Preregistration in experimental linguistics: applications, challenges, and limitations3
Prosodic phrasing and the emergence of phrase structure3
The position of object pronouns in the German middlefield3
The online processing of causal and concessive discourse connectives3
Variation and change in grammatical gender marking: the case of Dutch ethnolects3
Nouns and verbs in the speech signal: Are there phonetic correlates of grammatical category?3
Subject autonomy marking in Macro-Tani and the typology of middle voice3
The word as a unit of internal predictability3
Perception verbs and the conceptualization of the senses: The case of Avatime3
Stress and stem allomorphy in the Romance perfectum: emergence, typology, and motivations of a symbiotic relation3
Typologizing nominal expressions: the noun phrase and beyond3
Quotation marks and the processing of irony in English: evidence from a reading time study3
Acquiring verb-argument structure in Tagalog: a multivariate corpus analysis of caregiver and child speech3
Logophoric speech is not indirect: towards a syntactic approach to reported speech constructions2
Dualism and superposition in the analysis of English synthetic compounds ending in -er2
Pivots of the Caribbean? Low-back vowels in eastern Caribbean English2
On the temporal structure of nonculminating accomplishments2
The sound symbolism of food: the frequency of initial /PA-/ in words for (staple) food2
Constructions are not predictable but are motivated: evidence from the Spanish completive reflexive2
Italian wh-questions and the low periphery2
Contact-induced change in the languages of Europe: The rise and development of partitive cases and determiners in Finnic and Basque2
Spirantization in Spanish: The role of the underlying representation2
On the grammaticality of morphosyntactically reduced remnants in Polish sluicing2
Postnominal relative clauses in Chinese2
From inquisitive disjunction to nonveridical equilibrium: Modalized questions in Korean2
Syntactic discontinuous reduplication with antonymic pairs: a case study from Italian2
Partitive objects in negative contexts in Northern Italian Dialects2
Temporal relations of free indirect discourse events2
Partitives, pseudopartitives and the prepositionapoin Greek2
Nonesuch phonemes in loanwords2
The fine structure of low topics in Najdi Arabic2
Caused motion events in Modern Uyghur: a typological perspective2
Introduction: Shades of partitivity: Formal and areal properties2
Oblique nominals, a verbal affix and late merge2
Grammatically relevant aspects of meaning and verbal polysemy2
Theticity and sentence-focus in Italian: grammatically encoded categories or categories of language use?2
Children’s non-adultlike interpretations of telic predicates across languages2