Studies in Language

(The TQCC of Studies in Language is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Subject and Topic in Dinka13
Serial Constructions and Verb Compounding Evidence from Tariana (North Arawak)11
Source-Goal (a)symmetries across languages10
Constituency and coincidence in Chácobo (Pano)6
Words, Phrases, Pauses and Boundaries5
A typology of depiction marking5
Derivation predicting inflection5
Dutch thetic and sentence-focus constructions on the semantics-pragmatics interface5
Predicting voice choice in symmetrical voice languages4
Anti-Logophoricity and Indirect Mode in Mabaan4
Morphological structure can escape reduction effects from mass admixture of second language speakers4
On the polysemy of motion verbs in Ancient Greek and Coptic4
Against trivializing language description (and comparison)4
Manner of motion in Estonian4
Reported speech in earthquake narratives from six Tibeto-Burman languages4
Nominal classification4
Subject and agentivity in Teotitlán Zapotec3
On order and prohibition3
Cross-linguistic patterns in the lexicalisation of bring and take3
The development of locative relative markers3
Concessive conditionals beyond Europe3
Topicality in Sentence Focus utterances3
Typology of coding patterns and frequency effects of antipassives3
The expression of vulgarity, force, severity and size3
Postverbal negation2
Stories behind post-verbal negation clustering2
Subject preference in Ixcatec relative clauses (Otomanguean, Mexico)2
From syntax to morphology2
Discontinuous noun phrases in Ngkolmpu2
Assertion, presumption and presupposition2
Beyond nominal tense2
Syntacticized topics in Kurmuk2
Stability and change in the colour lexicon of the Japonic languages2
Creating versatility in Thai demonstratives2
Nominal determination in Moroccan Arabic2
The dual nature of irrealis in complementation2
Argument indexing in Kamang2
Markers of epistemic modality and their origins1
Asymmetries in Path expression in Ye’kwana1
From grammaticalization to Diachronic Construction Grammar1
Clause-internal antitopics in Berta, a Nilo-Saharan verb-second language1
Paradigmatic consequences of the suffixing preference1
Source-Goal asymmetries in Ese Ejja1
Zero morphemes in paradigms1
Ditransitive constructions in Akebu1
Repeating responses as a conversational affordance for linguistic transmission1
Review of Plank (1995): Double case: Agreement by Suffixaufnahme1
Towards robust complexity indices in linguistic typology1
Clause-final negative particles in varieties of Swedish1
Grammaticalized sources of Kurtöp verbal morphology1
Nominal reduplication in cross-linguistic perspective1
Variation in negation in Seto1
The two faces of animacy1
SAY-complementizers and indexical shift in Poshkart Chuvash1
A cross-linguistic study of emphatic negative coordination1
Iconicity in syntax and the architecture of linguistic theory1
Non-culmination in two Bantu languages1
Concernee-Concern constructions1
The missing link between truth and intensification1
Verbal number in Idi1
Synchrony and diachrony of postverbal negation in Jodï-Sáliban1
Multiple construction types for nominal expressions in Australian languages1
Source-Goal (a)symmetries across languages1
A typology of Goal-Source marking in transfer events1
Additive particle uses in Hungarian1
Quantifying clause chains in Nungon texts1
Exploring source/goal asymmetries in spontaneous and caused motion expression in Yuhup1