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Kayama, Yuhko (2005). Second language acquisition of Japanese relative clauses.
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Matsuoka, Mikinari (2002). Linking Arguments to Phrase Structure: A Study of Passives, Psych Verbs, and Ditransitive Verbs in Japanese.
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Mellander, Evan W. (2002). A Prosodic Theory of Prominence and Rhythm.
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