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    • Polinsky, M. Looking ahead. In: Advances in Spanish as a Heritage Language (ed. Diego Pascual y Cabo), 325-343. Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
    • Tsai, E; Scontras, G; Mai, K; and Polinsky, M. Prohibiting inverse scope. Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 10. Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris.
    • Polinsky, M; Gallo, CG; Graff, P; Kravtchenko, E; Morgan, AM; and Sturgeon, A. Subject islands are different. Experimental Syntax and Island Effects 286.
    • Dubinina, I and Polinsky, M. Russian in the USA. In: Slavic Languages in Migration, ed. M.Moser. Wien: University of Vienna.
    • Polinsky, M. Raising and control. In: The Cambridge Handbook of Generative Syntax (ed. by Marcel den Dikken), 41-63. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    • Polinsky, M and Potsdam, E. Diagnosing covert A-movement. In: Diagnosing Syntax (ed. by Lisa Cheng and Norbert Corver), 210-234. London, United Kingdom: Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics.
    • Clemens, LE; Coon, J; Graff, P; López, NA; Morgan, AM; Mateo, Pedro P; and Polinsky, M. Experimental design for field linguistics, in Symposium: Psycholinguistic Research on Less‐Studied Languages. Portland, OR: LSA.
    • Polinsky, M. Headedness, again. In: Theories of Everything. In Honor of Ed Keenan. Los Angeles: UCLA Department of Linguistics.
    • Bahadir, G and Polinsky, M. Is Structural Priming Sensitive to the Phrase-Clause Distinction? Concealed Question NPs versus Embedded Interrogatives and Declaratives. CogSci.
    • Viswanath, A and Polinsky, M. A look at Heritage English, in Formal Approaches to Heritage Languages. Amherst, MA: UMass Amherst.

Selected Earlier Publications