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Student resources


Welcome to the student resources site for 'How Languages Work'.

Here you will find a range of supplementary materials, interactive questions and exercises, which have been arranged per chapter, accessible via the links on the left.

     STUDENT RESOURCES                 INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES

 


About these resources
Resources for the How Languages Work website were developed in collaboration with students and faculty at UC Santa Barbara, under the direction of Carol Genetti. The interactive modules were designed and constructed by Carlos Nash (Department of Anthropology, University of Kansas) with significant initial contributions by Kobin H. Kendrick (Institute for Psycholiguistics, Max Planck Institute, Nijmegan). People contributing to the problem sets, exercises, and PowerPoints include Carol Genetti, the contributing authors, and the following people:

Allison Adelman
Brendan Barnwell
Lea Harper
Mara Henderson
Kobin Kendrick
Robert Kennedy
Bradley McDonnell
Carlos Nash
Onna Nelson
Laura Robinson
Carl Rubino
Kathy Sands
Rebekka Siemens
Heather Simpson
Alexander Wahl
Alexander Walker
Dibella Wdzenczny

 

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