Gennaro Chierchia, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Linguistics Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
semantics
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http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~lingdept/f_chierchia.html
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Dissertation: Topics in the Syntax and Semantics of Infinitives and Gerunds

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Daniele Panizza research assistant 2000-2004 Bicocca University, Milan
Veneeta Dayal grad student 1991 Cornell University
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
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Shetreet E, Chierchia G, Gaab N. (2014) Linguistic inability or poor performance: Dissociating scalar implicature generation and mismatch in the developing brain. Developmental Psychology. 50: 2264-75
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
Crepaldi D, Aggujaro S, Arduino LS, et al. (2006) Noun-verb dissociation in aphasia: the role of imageability and functional locus of the lesion. Neuropsychologia. 44: 73-89
Chierchia G. (2006) Broaden your views: Implicatures of domain widening and the "logicality" of language Linguistic Inquiry. 37: 535-590
Guasti MT, Chierchia G, Crain S, et al. (2005) Why children and adults sometimes (but not always) compute implicatures Language and Cognitive Processes. 20: 667-696
Crepaldi D, Aggujaro S, Arduino LS, et al. (2004) Naming of nouns and verbs in aphasia: Preliminary results of a word retrieval task in a sentence context Brain and Language. 91: 150-151
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