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    • The Woodhouse transcripts of the poems of Keats 

      Steele, Mabel A. E. (Harvard Library, 1949)
    • Woodrow Who? 

      Manela, Erez (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2010)
    • Woods or Trees? Ideas and Actors in the History of Science 

      Rosenberg, Charles (University of Chicago Press, 1988)
    • Woody Biomass and Bioenergy Potentials in Southeast Asia between 1990 and 2020 

      Sasaki, Nophea; Knorr, Wolfgang; Foster, David Russell; Etoh, Hiroko; Ninomiya, Hiroshi; Chay, Sengtha; Kim, Sophanarith; Sun, Sengxi (Elsevier, 2009)
      Forests in Southeast Asia are important sources of timber and other forest products, of local energy for cooking and heading, and potentially as sources of bioenergy. Many of these forests have experienced deforestation ...
    • The Word Class Effect in the Picture–word Interference Paradigm 

      Janssen, Niels; Melinger, Alissa; Mahon, Bradford Z.; Finkbeiner, Matthew; Caramazza, Alfonso (Taylor & Francis, 2010)
      The word class effect in the picture–word interference paradigm is a highly influential finding that has provided some of the most compelling support for word class constraints on lexical selection. However, methodological ...
    • Word contest 

      Suber, Peter (2010)
    • Word contest #2 

      Suber, Peter (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition, 2011)
    • Word Games: The Linguistic Evidence in Black Athena 

      Jasanoff, Jay H.; Nussbaum, Alan (University of North Carolina Press, 1996)
    • Word Order and Poetic Style: Auxiliary and Verbal in The Metres of Boethius 

      Donoghue, Daniel G. (Cambridge University Press, 1986)
      The Metres of Boethius offer a unique opportunity to study the complex subject of Old English verse syntax. They enjoy this distinction because of the unusual way in which they were composed. The versifier did not work ...
    • Word Ordering Without Syntax 

      Schmaltz, Allen Richard; Rush, Alexander Matthew; Shieber, Stuart Merrill (Association for Computational Linguistics, 2016)
      Recent work on word ordering has argued that syntactic structure is important, or even required, for effectively recovering the order of a sentence. We find that, in fact, an n-gram language model with a simple heuristic ...
    • Word priming in schizophrenia: Associational and semantic influences 

      Nestor, Paul Gerard; Valdman, Olga; Niznikiewicz, Margaret A.; Spencer, Kevin M.; McCarley, Robert William; Shenton, Martha Elizabeth (Elsevier BV, 2006)
      We examined semantic vs. associational influences on word priming in schizophrenia. Tested on three occasions, subjects made speeded lexical decisions to three kinds of prime-word relationships: semantic-only (e.g., ...
    • Word Recall in Schizophrenia: A Connectionist Model 

      Nestor, Paul Gerard; Akdag, Sare J.; O’Donnell, Brian F.; Niznikiewicz, Margaret A.; Law, Sue; Shenton, Martha Elizabeth; McCarley, Robert William (American Psychiatric Publishing, 1998)
      Objective:The authors examined word recall of patients with schizophrenia by using an experimental paradigm generated from connectionist models of memory.Method:Schizophrenic patients and normal comparison subjects first ...
    • Word-of-Mouth Communication and Social Learning 

      Ellison, Glenn; Fudenberg, Drew (MIT Press, 1995)
      This paper studies the way that word-of-mouth communication aggregates the information of individual agents. We find that the structure of the communication process determines whether all agents end up making identical ...
    • A Word-Order Constraint on Phonological Activation 

      Janssen, Niels; Alario, F.-Xavier; Caramazza, Alfonso (Blackwell Publishing, 2008)
      Word-order rules impose major constraints on linguistic behavior. For example, adjectives appear before nouns in English, and after nouns in French. This means that constraints on word order must be language-specific ...
    • Words as Windows to Thought: The Case of Object Representation 

      Barner, David; Li, Peggy; Snedeker, Jesse (SAGE Publications, 2010)
      Languages differ in how they express thought, leading some researchers to suggest that speakers of different languages perceive objects differently. Other researchers, in contrast, argue that words are windows to thought ...
    • The Words of Others: Remembering and Writing Genocide as an Indirect Witness 

      Laurent, Caroline D. (2016-09-12)
      This dissertation examines literary representations of the Holocaust and the Rwandan genocide by writers-indirect witnesses: the French writers Henri Raczymow and Patrick Modiano write from their position of descendants ...
    • Words, Images, and the Self: Iconoclasm in Late Medieval English Literature 

      Ni, Yun (2019-04-25)
      This dissertation is a reexamination of idols, idolatry, and iconoclasm in late medieval English, French, German, and Latin literary and religious writings from the twelfth throughout the sixteenth century. These four ...
    • Wordsworth and Pater's first imaginary portrait 

      Mason, Mary G. (Harvard Library, 1971)
    • Wordsworth's "Thanksgiving ode": An unpublished postscript 

      Bond, William H. (Harvard Library, 1947)
    • Work (2013-2018) 

      Poliks, Marek George (2019-05-13)
      This portfolio archives a series of artistic projects created between 2013 and 2018: Hull Not Continent (2013-2014) for amplified quintet with electronics, Burl II (2014) for amplified quartet, Treader Always in Station ...