Timothy Colleman
Timothy Colleman
Associate Professor of Dutch Linguistics
Verified email at UGent.be
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Constructional semantics on the move: On semantic specialization in the English double object construction
T Colleman, B De Clerck
Cognitive Linguistics 22 (1), 183-209, 2011
Verb disposition in argument structure alternations: a corpus study of the dative alternation in Dutch
T Colleman
Language Sciences 31 (5), 593-611, 2009
‘Caused motion’? The semantics of the English to-dative and the Dutch aan-dative
T Colleman, B De Clerck
Cognitive Linguistics 20 (1), 5-42, 2009
Lectal variation in constructional semantics: Benefactive ditransitives in Dutch
T Colleman
Advances in cognitive sociolinguistics 45, 191, 2010
De Nederlandse datiefalternantie: een constructioneel en corpusgebaseerd onderzoek/door Timothy Colleman.
T Colleman
Ghent University, 2006
De Nederlandse datiefalternantie: Een constructioneel en corpusgebaseerd onderzoek
T Colleman
Ongepubliceerd proefschrift Universiteit Gent. Gent, 2006
Ditransitive verbs and the ditransitive construction: A diachronic perspective
T Colleman
Zeitschrift fŁr Anglistik und Amerikanistik 59 (4), 387-410, 2011
The benefactive semantic potential of ‘caused reception’constructions
T Colleman
Benefactives and malefactives: typological perspectives and case studies 92, 219, 2010
Contrastive analysis in language: identifying linguistic units of comparison
D Willems, B Defrancq, T Colleman, D NoŽl
Springer, 2003
The semantic range of the Dutch double object construction: A collostructional perspective
T Colleman
Constructions and Frames 1 (2), 190-220, 2009
Accounting for ditransitive constructions with envy and forgive
T Colleman, B De Clerck
Functions of Language 15 (2), 187-215, 2008
Believe-type raising-to-object and raising-to-subject verbs in English and Dutch: A contrastive investigation in diachronic construction grammar
D NoŽl, T Colleman
International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 15 (2), 157-182, 2010
Constructionalization and post-constructionalization
T Colleman
Diachronic construction grammar 18, 213, 2015
Beyond the dative alternation: The semantics of the Dutch aan-dative
T Colleman
Quantitative methods in cognitive semantics: Corpus-driven approaches, 271-303, 2010
The nominative and infinitive in English and Dutch: An exercise in contrastive diachronic construction grammar
D NoŽl, T Colleman
Languages in Contrast 9 (1), 144-181, 2009
From noun to intensifier: massa and massa’s in Flemish varieties of Dutch
B De Clerck, T Colleman
Language Sciences 36, 147-160, 2013
Alternation biases in corpora vs. picture description experiments: DO-biased and PD-biased verbs in the Dutch dative alternation
T Colleman, S Bernolet
Frequency effects in language representation, 87-125, 2012
The emergence of non-canonical degree modifiers in non-standard varieties of Dutch: A constructionalization perspective
M Norde, B De Clerck, T Colleman
Extending the scope of construction grammar 54, 207, 2014
Extending the scope of construction grammar
R Boogaart, T Colleman, G Rutten
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2014
The Dutch evidential NCI: A case of constructional attrition
T Colleman, D NoŽl
Journal of Historical Pragmatics 13 (1), 1-28, 2012
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