Kristen L. Syrett, PhD

Affiliations: 
Linguistics Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Area:
Acquisition, Semantics
Website:
http://ruccs.rutgers.edu/~k-syrett/
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Jeffrey Lidz grad student 2007 Northwestern
 (Learning about the structure of scales: Adverbial modification and the acquisition of the semantics of gradable adjectives.)
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Syrett K. (2015) Events and agents in the acquisition of universal quantification Theoretical Linguistics. 41: 211-222
Syrett K. (2015) Experimental support for inverse scope readings of finite-clause-embedded antecedent-containeddeletion sentences Linguistic Inquiry. 46: 579-592
Syrett K. (2015) QR out of a Tensed Clause: Evidence from Antecedent-Contained Deletion Ratio. 28: 395-421
Syrett K, Musolino J. (2015) All together now: disentangling semantics and pragmatics with together in child and adult language Language Acquisition
Syrett K, Arunachalam S, Waxman SR. (2014) Slowly but Surely: Adverbs Support Verb Learning in 2-Year-Olds. Language Learning and Development : the Official Journal of the Society For Language Development. 10: 263-278
Syrett K, Kawahara S. (2014) Production and perception of listener-oriented clear speech in child language. Journal of Child Language. 41: 1373-89
Syrett K. (2014) A point in time: The horoscope as a living mandala Alchemy and Psychotherapy: Post-Jungian Perspectives. 97-113
Syrett K. (2014) Courts, Expertise and resource allocation: Is there a judicial 'legitimacy problem'? Public Health Ethics. 7: 112-122
Syrett K, Simon G, Nisula K. (2014) Prosodic disambiguation of scopally ambiguous quantificational sentences in a discourse context Journal of Linguistics. 50: 453-493
Syrett K, Koev T. (2013) Experimental evidence for the truth conditional contribution and shifting information status of appositives Journal of Semantics. 32: 525-577
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