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Gennaro Chierchia, Ph.D.

Linguistics Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Gennaro Chierchia"

Dissertation: Topics in the Syntax and Semantics of Infinitives and Gerunds


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Barbara H. Partee grad student 1984 U Mass Amherst
Tullio De Mauro research scientist


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Daniele Panizza research assistant 2000-2004 Bicocca University, Milan
Veneeta Dayal grad student 1991 Cornell
Clemens Mayr grad student 2010 Harvard
Peter Jenks grad student 2006-2011 Harvard
Hazel A. Pearson grad student 2012 Harvard
Jacopo Romoli grad student 2012 Harvard
Anamaria Fălăuș research scientist
Elena Guerzoni research scientist
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Chierchia G, Oliveira RPd. (2020) Contemporary Issues in Natural Language Semantics: an interview with Gennaro Chierchia Delta: DocumentaçãO De Estudos Em LingüíStica TeóRica E Aplicada. 36
Chierchia G. (2020) Origins of weak crossover: when dynamic semantics meets event semantics Natural Language Semantics. 28: 1-54
Shetreet E, Alexander EJ, Romoli J, et al. (2018) What we know about knowing: Presuppositions generated by factive verbs influence downstream neural processing. Cognition. 184: 96-106
Chierchia G. (2017) Clouds and blood. More on vagueness and the mass/count distinction Synthese. 194: 2523-2538
Shetreet E, Chierchia G, Gaab N. (2014) When three is not some: on the pragmatics of numerals. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 854-63
Shetreet E, Chierchia G, Gaab N. (2014) When some is not every: dissociating scalar implicature generation and mismatch. Human Brain Mapping. 35: 1503-14
Foppolo F, Guasti MT, Chierchia G. (2012) Scalar Implicatures in Child Language: Give Children a Chance Language Learning and Development. 8: 365-394
Chierchia G. (2010) Mass nouns, vagueness and semantic variation Synthese. 174: 99-149
Panizza D, Chierchia G, Clifton C. (2009) On the role of entailment patterns and scalar implicatures in the processing of numerals. Journal of Memory and Language. 61: 503-518
Panizza D, Huang YT, Chierchia G, et al. (2009) Relevance of Polarity for the Online Interpretation of Scalar Terms Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 19: 360
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