Nyelvtudományi Intézet kiemelkedő publikációk

Referencia-művek

Magyar nyelven
Ittzés   Nóra   (főszerk.)   A   magyar   nyelv   nagyszótára   1-7.  A-elz.  Budapest :  MTA Nyelvtudományi Intézet (2006-2018) ISBN: 9789639074385 URL

Idegen nyelven

  • Alberti, Gábor; Laczkó, Tibor (szerk.); Kenesei, István (főszerk.) Syntax of Hungarian: Nouns and noun phrases. vols. 1–2. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (2018), 1258 p.
  • Bartos, Huba; Dikken, Marcel den; Bánréti, Zoltán; Váradi, Tamás (szerk.): Boundaries Crossed: Studies at the crossroads of morphosyntax, phonology, pragmatics, and semantics. Cham: Springer (2018).
  • É. Kiss Katalin (szerk.) (2014) The Evolution of Functional Left Peripheries in Hungarian Syntax. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 288p.

Monográfia
Den Dikken, Marcel: Dependency and directionality. Cambridge, Egyesült Királyság: Cambridge University Press (2018), 388 p.

Nemzetközi folyóiratcikkek

2015

  • Dékány Éva: The syntax of anaphoric possessives in Hungarian. NATURAL LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC THEORY 33:(4) pp. 1121–1168. (2015) (Q1)
  • Polgárdi Krisztina: Vowels, glides, off­glides and on­glides in English: A Loose CV analysis. LINGUA 158: pp. 9–34. (2015) (Q1)
  • Polgárdi Krisztina: Syncope, syllabic consonant formation, and the distribution of stressed vowels in English. JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS 51:(2) pp. 383–423. (2015) (Q1)
  • Siptár Péter: Neutrality and variation: What are they? THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS 41:(1­2) pp. 97–103. (2015) (Q2)
  • Törkenczy Miklós, Rebrus Péter: Monotonicity and the typology of front/back harmony. THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS 41:(1­2) pp. 1–61. (2015) (Q2)

2016

  • Bánréti Zoltán, Hoffmann Ildikó, Vincze Veronika: Recursive Subsystems in Aphasia and Alzheimer’s Disease: Case Studies in Syntax and Theory of Mind. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY 7: 405. 21 p. (2016) (Q1)

2017

  • Den Dikken, Marcel; Surányi, Balázs: Contrasting Contrastive Left-Dislocation Explications
  • LINGUISTIC INQUIRY 48 : 7 pp. 543-584. (2017)  (Q1)
  • É. Kiss Katalin: The Person–Case Constraint and the Inverse Agreement Constraint are manifestations of the same Inverse Topicality Constraint. LINGUISTIC REVIEW 34:(2) 365–395. (2017) (Q1)

2018

  • É. Kiss Katalin – Tánczos Orsolya: From possessor agreement to object marking in the evolution of the Udmurt -jezsuffix: A grammaticalization approach to morpheme syncretism LANGUAGE 94 : 4 pp. 733-757. (2018)   (Q1)
  • Dékány, Éva: The position of case markers relative to possessive agreement: Variation within Hungarian. NATURAL LANGUAGE & LINGUISTIC THEORY 36: (2) pp. 365–400, 36 p. (2018)  (Q1)
  • Gósy, Mária; Bahr, Ruth; Gyarmathy, Dorottya; Beke, András: Dichotic listening and sentence repetition performance in children with reading difficulties. CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS 32 : (9) pp. 787–803, 17 p. (2018) (Q1)
  • Gyuris, Beáta; Jackson, Scott R.: Scope marking and prosody in Hungarian. GLOSSA: A JOURNAL OF GENERAL LINGUISTICS 3 : (1) (2018) (http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.311)
  • Halm, Tamás András: From possessive suffix to affective demonstrative suffix in Hungarian: a grammaticalization analysis. MORPHOLOGY 28: (4) pp. 359–396, 37 p. (2018) (Q1)

2019

2020

  • Kadar, Daniel Z. & Juliane House: ‘Ritual frames: A contrastive pragmatic approach’, PRAGMATICS 30(1): 142–168. (2020) (Q1)
  • House, Juliane & Daniel Z. Kadar: ‘T/V pronouns in global communication practices: The case of IKEA catalogues across linguacultures’, JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS 161: 1–15. (2020) (Q1)
  • Kadar, Daniel Z. 2020. ‘Capturing injunctive norm in pragmatics: Meta-reflective evaluations and the moral order.’ LINGUA 237, online first (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lingua.2020.102814) (Q1)