Maria M. Piñango

2011- Linguistics Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Maria Piñango"


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Ray Jackendoff grad student Tufts
Edgar Zurif grad student 1999 Brandeis (Neurotree)


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Martín Fuchs grad student
Sara Sanchez-Alonso grad student 2011- Yale


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David Braze collaborator Yale
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Piñango MM, Zhang M, Foster-Hanson E, et al. (2016) Metonymy as Referential Dependency: Psycholinguistic and Neurolinguistic Arguments for a Unified Linguistic Treatment. Cognitive Science
Katsika A, Braze D, Deo A, et al. (2012) Distinguishing between type-shifting and pragmatic inferencing Mental Lexicon. 7: 58-76
Wittenberg E, Piñango MM. (2011) Processing light verb constructions Mental Lexicon. 6: 393-413
Schumacher PB, Piñango MM, Ruigendijk E, et al. (2010) Reference assignment in Dutch: Evidence for the syntax-discourse divide Lingua. 120: 1738-1763
Leitão JA, Branco A, Piñango MM, et al. (2009) Pronoun resolution to commanders and recessors: A view from event-related brain potentials Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 5847: 107-120
Burkhardt P, Avrutin S, Piñango MM, et al. (2008) Slower-than-normal syntactic processing in agrammatic Broca's aphasia: Evidence from Dutch Journal of Neurolinguistics. 21: 120-137
Piñango MM, Winnick A, Ullah R, et al. (2006) Time-course of semantic composition: the case of aspectual coercion. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 35: 233-44
Piñango MM. (2006) Understanding the architecture of language: the possible role of neurology. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 10: 49-51
Piñango MM, Zurif E, Palumbo CL, et al. (2006) Cortical focus of semantic composition: An fMRI study Brain and Language. 99: 195-196
Burkhardt P, Piñango MM, Wong K. (2003) The role of the anterior left hemisphere in real-time sentence comprehension: evidence from split intransitivity. Brain and Language. 86: 9-22
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