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Diffusion of Linguistic Innovation as Social Coordination

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Intersections in Design Thinking and Art Thinking: Towards Interdisciplinary Innovation

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Children's Exposure to Irony in the First Four Years of Their Life: What We Learn About the Use of Ironic Comments by Mothers from the Analysis of the Providence Corpus of Childes

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Patient Engagement
A Consumer-Centered Model to Innovate Healthcare
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Types of Integration in a Theory of Language

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Acquisition of Word-Formation Categories by Children with Hearing Loss

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Language Proficiency and Cultural Identity as Two Facets of the Acculturation Process

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Social Structure and Language Structure: the New Nomothetic Approach

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Development and Validation of the Influence Regulation and Deinfluentization Scale (DEI-beh)

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