Ingo Plag
Ingo Plag
Professor of English Linguistics, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
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Word-formation in English
I Plag
Cambridge University Press, 2018
20482018
Morphological productivity
I Plag
Morphological Productivity, 2012
7982012
The Oxford reference guide to English morphology
L Bauer, R Lieber, I Plag
Oxford University Press, 2015
4872015
Creoles are typologically distinct from non-creoles
P Bakker, A Daval-Markussen, M Parkvall, I Plag
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 26 (1), 5-42, 2011
2152011
What constrains possible suffix combinations? On the interaction of grammatical and processing restrictions in derivational morphology
J Hay, I Plag
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 22 (3), 565-596, 2004
2022004
Morphological productivity across speech and writing
I Plag, C Dalton-Puffer, H Baayen
English Language & Linguistics 3 (2), 209-228, 1999
1801999
Suffix ordering and morphological processing
I Plag, H Baayen
Language, 109-152, 2009
1702009
Productivity
I Plag
The handbook of English linguistics, 483-499, 2020
1512020
The variability of compound stress in English: structural, semantic, and analogical factors
I Plag
The Mind Research Repository (beta), 2006
1342006
Creoles as interlanguages: Inflectional morphology
I Plag
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 23 (1), 114-135, 2008
1332008
The role of semantics, argument structure, and lexicalization in compound stress assignment in English
I Plag, G Kunter, S Lappe, M Braun
Language 84 (4), 760-794, 2008
1192008
Acoustic correlates of primary and secondary stress in North American English
I Plag, G Kunter, M Schramm
Journal of Phonetics 39 (3), 362-374, 2011
1162011
Homophony and morphology: The acoustics of word-final S in English
I Plag, J Homann, G Kunter
Journal of Linguistics 53 (1), 181-216, 2017
1042017
Syntactic category information and the semantics of derivational morphological rules
I Plag
Folia Linguistica 38 (3-4), 193-225, 2004
1012004
Selectional restrictions in English suffixation revisited: a reply to Fabb (1988)
I Plag
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 34 (4), 769-798, 1996
961996
Morphological haplology in a constraint-based morpho-phonology
I Plag
Phonology and morphology of the Germanic languages, 199-216, 2014
862014
Epenthesis, deletion and the emergence of the optimal syllable in creole: The case of Sranan
B Alber, I Plag
Lingua 111 (11), 811-840, 2001
842001
Creoles as interlanguages: Syntactic structures
I Plag
832008
Introduction to English linguistics
I Plag, S Arndt-Lappe, M Braun, M Schramm
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2015
822015
Categorywise, some compound-type morphemes seem to be rather suffix-like: on the status of-ful,-type, and-wise in Present Day English
C Dalton-Puffer, I Plag
Folia Linguistica 34 (3-4), 225-244, 2000
772000
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