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Journal articles
Romoli, Jacopo and Matthew Mandelkern
squib to appear in Linguistic Inquiry
Publication year: 2019

What we Know about Knowing: Presuppositions generated by factive verbs influence downstream neural processing

Journal articles
Einat Shetreet, Edward J. Alexander, Jacopo Romoli, Gennaro Chierchia, Gina Kuperberg
Cognition, 184: 96--106
Publication year: 2019

We discovered that projection in conjunction is asymmetric (and it is!)

Journal articles
Matthew Mandelkern, Jeremy Zehr, Jacopo Romoli and Florian Schwarz
to appear in Linguistics & Philosophy
Publication year: 2019

Vagueness and the derivation of implicatures

Journal articles
Leffel, Timothy and Cremers, Alexandre and Gotzner, Nicole and Romoli, Jacopo
Journal of Semantics
Publication year: 2019

Testing the implicature approach to sequence of tense

Manuscripts
Anne Mucha, Agata Renans, Jacopo Romoli
under review
Publication year: 2019

Presuppositions, implicatures, and contextual equivalence

Manuscripts
Paul Marty and Jacopo Romoli
under review
Publication year: 2019

Presupposed free choice

Manuscripts
Paul Marty and Jacopo Romoli
under review
Publication year: 2019

Plurality and cross-linguistic variation: An experimental investigation of the Turkish plural

Manuscripts
Agata Renans, Yagmur Sag, Nihan Ketrez, Lyn Tieu, Raffaella Folli, George Tsoulas, Hanna de Vries, and Jacopo Romoli
under review
Publication year: 2019

Filtering free choice

Journal articles
Jacopo Romoli and Paolo Santorio
Semantics and Pragmatics
Publication year: 2019

Choice and prohibition in non-monotonic contexts

Journal articles
Nicole Gotzner, Jacopo Romoli and Paolo Santorio
to appear in Natural Language Semantics
Publication year: 2019

When less is more: children's interpretation of sentences with multiple scalar terms

Manuscripts
Cory Bill, Lyn Tieu, Elena Pagliarini, Jacopo Romoli, Stephen Crain
Publication year: 2018

The abundance inference of pluralised mass nouns is an implicature: Evidence from Greek

Journal articles
Agata Renans, Lyn Tieu, Margarita Makri, Hanna de Vries, Raffaella Folli and George Tsoulas
Glossa: a journal of generative linguistics
Publication year: 2018

Testing theories of temporal inferences: evidence from child language

Journal articles
Kane, Frances, Cremers, Alexandre, Tieu, Lyn, Kennedy, Lynda, Sudo, Yasutada, Folli, Raffaella and Romoli, Jacopo
Glossa: a journal of generative linguistics, 3(1), 139
Publication year: 2018

Testing theories of plural meanings: Insights from child language

Manuscripts
Tieu, Lyn, Bill, Cory, Romoli, Jacopo, and Crain, Stephen
Publication year: 2018

Processing presuppositions and implicatures: similarities and differences

Journal articles
with Schwarz, Florian and Bill, Cory
in Frontiers in Communication, special issue on scalar implicatures
Publication year: 2018

Plurality

Book Chapters
Tieu, Lyn and Romoli, Jacopo
Handbook of Experimental Semantics and Pragmatics, Cumming, C. and Katzos, N. (eds.), Oxford University Press
Publication year: 2018

On children’s variable success with scalar inferences: Insights from disjunction in the scope of a universal quantifier

Journal articles
with Elena Pagliarini, Cory Bill, Lyn Tieu, Stephen Crain
Cognition
Publication year: 2018

Multiplicity and modifiers

Manuscripts
Jacopo Romoli and Agata Renans
under review
Publication year: 2018

More free choice and more inclusion An experimental investigation of free choice in non-monotonic environments

Conference Proceedings
Nicole Gotzner, Jacopo Romoli, Paolo Santorio
in Proceedings of SALT 28, MIT, Cambridge
Publication year: 2018

Hurford conditionals

Journal articles
Mandelkern, Matthew and Romoli, Jacopo
to appear in Journal of Semantics
Publication year: 2018