David Pesetsky

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Legate JA, Pesetsky D, Yang C. (2014) Recursive misrepresentations: A reply to Levinson (2013) Language. 90: 515-528
Pesetsky D, Torrego E. (2011) Case The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Minimalism
Nevins A, Pesetsky D, Rodrigues C. (2009) Evidence and argumentation: A reply to Everett (2009) Language. 85: 671-681
Nevins A, Pesetsky D, Rodrigues C. (2009) Pirahã exceptionality: A reassessment Language. 85: 355-404
Pesetsky D. (2009) Against taking linguistic diversity at face value Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 32: 464-465
Pesetsky D. (2007) Property delay (remarks on "phase extension" by Marcel den Dikken) Theoretical Linguistics. 33: 105-120
Fox D, Pesetsky D. (2005) Cyclic Linearization and its interaction with other aspects of grammar: A reply Theoretical Linguistics. 31: 235-262
Fox D, Pesetsky D. (2005) Cyclic linearization of syntactic structure Theoretical Linguistics. 31: 1-45
Rayner K, Foorman BR, Perfetti CA, et al. (2002) How should reading be taught? Scientific American. 286: 84-91
Rayner K, Foorman BR, Perfetti CA, et al. (2001) How psychological science informs the teaching of reading. Psychological Science. 2: 31-74
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