The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Linguistics, Heritage language, Neuroscience of multilingualism, First language and Theoretical linguistics. Her study in Agreement, Noun, Variation, Language education and Verb falls under the purview of Linguistics. Her work in Heritage language tackles topics such as Developmental linguistics which are related to areas like Ethnic group, Minority language and Language industry.
Her Neuroscience of multilingualism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Word order, Developmental psychology, Fossilization and Phrase structure rules, Grammar. Her research in First language intersects with topics in Relative clause, Second-language attrition, Synthetic language, Modern language and Second-language acquisition. Her Theoretical linguistics research includes themes of Epistemology, Empirical evidence, Control, Ambiguity and Natural language.
Maria Polinsky mostly deals with Linguistics, Heritage language, Artificial intelligence, Grammar and Natural language processing. As part of her studies on Linguistics, Maria Polinsky often connects relevant subjects like Structure. Her Heritage language study incorporates themes from Theoretical linguistics, Neuroscience of multilingualism and First language.
Natural language processing is closely attributed to Categorization in her research. Her work deals with themes such as Syntax and Word order, which intersect with Verb. Subject is frequently linked to Object in her study.
Maria Polinsky focuses on Linguistics, Heritage language, Grammar, Ergative case and Subject. Much of her study explores Linguistics relationship to Structure. Her Heritage language research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Exploratory research, Language acquisition, Home language, Theoretical linguistics and Competence.
Her research integrates issues of Focus, Neuroscience of multilingualism and Ambiguity in her study of Grammar. Her studies in Ergative case integrate themes in fields like Learnability and Natural language processing. She interconnects Context and Object in the investigation of issues within Subject.
Her primary areas of investigation include Linguistics, Grammar, Heritage language, Structure and Agreement. Maria Polinsky regularly ties together related areas like Ergative case in her Linguistics studies. Maria Polinsky has included themes like Psycholinguistics, Pragmatics, Ambiguity and Sociolinguistics in her Grammar study.
Her Heritage language study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Property, Home language, Theoretical linguistics and Encoding. Her Agreement research also works with subjects such as
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Heritage Languages: In the 'Wild' and in the Classroom
Maria Polinsky;Olga Kagan.
Language and Linguistics Compass (2007)
Heritage languages and their speakers: Opportunities and challenges for linguistics
Elabbas Benmamoun;Silvina Montrul;Maria Polinsky.
Theoretical Linguistics (2013)
Incomplete Acquisition American Russian
Journal of Slavic Linguistics (2006)
Long-Distance Agreement And Topic In Tsez
Maria Polinsky;Eric Potsdam.
Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (2001)
Gender under Incomplete Acquisition: Heritage Speakers' Knowledge of Noun Categorization.
Heritage Language Journal (2008)
American Russian: Language Loss Meets Language Acquisition
Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguisitics. Cornell Meeting (1995)
Reanalysis in Adult Heritage Language: A Case for Attrition.
Studies in Second Language Acquisition (2011)
The Russian language in the twentieth century
Bernard Comrie;Gerald Stone;Maria Polinsky.
Heritage Language Narratives
Heritage Language Education: A New Field Emerging (2008)
Causatives and transitivity
Bernard Comrie;Maria Polinsky.
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