Architecture of the Language System:
Fodorian Modularity and Representational Modularity
Problems with Fodorian Modularity on the Input Side.
What Is the Output of Language Perception?
Differences between F-Modularity and Representational Modularity.
The Bidomain Specifity of Interface Modules.
The Relation of Processing to the Linguist's Grammar.
Degrees of Modularity.
Remarks on the Architecture of Language Processing Systems:
The Goals of the Discussion.
A Background Assumption.
Some Experimental Examples and Perspectives from Parsing Studies.
The Electrophysiological Record.
Another Path: Language Production as a Comprehension Filter.
The Comprehension-Production Interface:
Production: A Tree-Pruning Hypothesis.
Receptive Abilities: A Restrictive Trace-Depletion Hypothesis.
Overarching Agrammatism Examined.
A Tribute to Edgar Zurif.
Speech Perception, Conduction Aphasia, and the Functional Neuroanatomy of Language:
Evidence for Bilateral Organization of Speech Perception Systems.
Evidence for Left Posterior Supratemporal Plan Participation in Speech Production.
Relation between Phonological Encoding, Repetition, and Naming Deficits in Conduction Aphasia.
Other Areas Previously Implicated in Speech Perception May Reflect a Network Supporting Auditory-Motor Interaction.
Implications for Anatomical Models of Language.