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McCarthy, John J. (2005) ‘Optimal paradigms.’ In: Downing, Laura; Hall, T. Alan and Raffelsiefen, Renate (eds.), Paradigms in phonological theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 170-210. [details]

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McCarthy, John J. and Prince, Alan S. (1993) ‘Prosodic Morphology: Constraint Interaction and Satisfaction.’ Report no. RuCCS-TR-3. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Center for Cognitive Science. [details]

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McCarthy, John J. and Prince, Alan S. (1995) ‘Faithfulness and reduplicative identity.’ Papers in Optimality Theory, UMOP 18. p. 249-384. [details]

McCarthy, John J. and Prince, Alan S. (1999) ‘Faithfulness and identity in Prosodic Morphology.’ In: Kager,René; van der Hulst, Henry and Zonneveld, Wim (eds.), The Prosody-Morphology Interface. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 218-309. [details]

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Menn, Lise and MacWhinney, Brian (1984) ‘The Repeated Morph Constraint: Toward an Explanation.’ Language 60. p. 519--541. [details]

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Mester, R. Armin (1988) ‘Studies in Tier Structure.’ Garland, New York: UMass dissertation 1986. [details]

Meyer-Lübke, Wilhelm (1894) ‘Grammatik der romanischen Sprachen, Bd. 2: Romanische Formenlehre.’ Leipzig: O. R. Reisland. [details]

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Mithun, Marianne (1986) ‘When zero isn't there.’ In: Proceedings of the 12th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. p. 195-211. [details]

Mithun, Marianne (1991) ‘The development of bound pronominal paradigms.’ In: Lehmann, W. P. and Hewitt, H.-J. Jakusz (eds.), Language Typology 1988: Typological Models in Reconstruction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. p. 85-104. [details]

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Morris, Richard (2005) ‘Attraction to the unmarked in Old Spanish leveling.’ In: Eddington, David (ed.), Selected Proceedings of the 7th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. p. 180-191. [details]

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Müller, Gereon (2004a) ‘A Distributive Morphology approach to syncretism in Russian noun inflection.’ In: Arnaudova, Olga; Browne, Wayles; Rivero, María Luisa and Stojanovi?, Daniela (eds.), Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics Number 12: The Ottawa Meeting 2003. Michigan Slavic Publications. p. 353-373. [details]

Müller, Gereon (2004b) ‘On decomposing inflection class features: syncretism in Russian noun inflection.’ In: Müller,Gereon; Gunkel, Lutz and Zifonun, Gisela (eds.), Explorations in Nominal Inflection. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. p. 189-227. [details]

Müller, Gereon (2005) ‘Syncretism and Iconicity in Icelandic Noun Declensions: A Distributed Morphology Approach. .’ Yearbook of Morphology 2004. p. 229-271. [details]

Müller, Gereon (2006) ‘Extended Exponence by Enrichment: Aspects of Argument Encoding in German, Archi, Timucua, and Sierra Popoluca.’ Handout of a talk at the Workshop on Theoretical Morphology (WoTM 2), Universitaet Leipzig, June 17, 2006. [details]

Müller, Gereon (2007a) ‘A radically non-morphemic approach to bidirectional syncretisms.’ In: Trommer, Jochen and Opitz, Andreas (eds.), One-to-many relations in grammar (Linguistische Arbeits Berichte 85). Leipzig: Universität Leipzig. p. 43-72. [details]

Müller, Gereon (2007b) ‘Notes on paradigm economy.’ Morphology 17. p. 1-38. [details]

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