Louise Mycock

(under contract) The Typology of Constituent Questions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Book Chapter
(submitted) 'Syntax and its interfaces: an overview'. To appear in Tibor Kiss & Artemis Alexiadou (eds.) Syntax: an international handbook of contemporary research (2nd edition). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (scheduled for publication in January 2013)

Journal Articles (peer reviewed)
(2010) 'Prominence in Hungarian: the syntax–prosody interface'. In Louise Mycock & Nigel Vincent (eds.) The Prosody–Syntax Connection, thematic issue of Transactions of the Philological Society 108:265-297.

(2010) 'Multiple-Clause Constituent Questions: intonation and variation in Hungarian'. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 57:268-287.

(2008) 'The Role of Prosody in Constituent Question Formation: a comparison of Hungarian and Japanese'. The Phonetician 95:7-18.

(2007) 'Constituent Question Formation and Focus: a new typological perspective'. Transactions of the Philological Society 105.2: 192-251.

Book review
(to appear) Tibor LaczkЧ & Catherine O. Ringen (eds.), Approaches to Hungarian, volume 12: Papers from the 2009 Debrecen Conference. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Acta Linguistica Hungarica.

Edited Volume
(2010) 'The Prosody–Syntax Connection'. Thematic issue of Transactions of the Philological Society (co-edited with Nigel Vincent).

Conference Proceedings
(2011). with Mary Dalrymple. 'The Prosody-Semantics Interface'. In Miriam Butt & Tracy Holloway King (eds.), Proceedings of the LFG11 Conference, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. pdf

(submitted) 'Focus and the Typology of Questions: a non-derivational approach to inter- and intra-language variation’. In Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Linguists. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

(2005). ''Wh'-in-situ in Constituent Questions'. In Miriam Butt & Tracy Holloway King (eds.), Proceedings of the LFG05 Conference, University of Bergen, Norway. pdf

(2004). 'The 'Wh'-Expletive Construction'. In Miriam Butt & Tracy Holloway King (eds.), Proceedings of the LFG04 Conference, University of Canterbury, New Zealand. pdf

Ph.D Thesis
(2006) The Typology of Constituent Questions: a Lexical-Functional Grammar analysis of 'wh'-questions. University of Manchester, PhD thesis. abstract

M.A. Dissertation
(2003). The 'Wh'-Expletive Construction: a Lexical-Functional Grammar Analysis of Hindi and Hungarian. University of Manchester, MA dissertation.

Updated October 2012