Published papers

    Kellert, O., Panizza, D. and Petrone, C. (accepted for publication). Reaction time experimentation in prosody research In Ingo Feldhausen, Uli Reich & Maria del Mar Vanrell (eds.), Methods in empirical prosody research

    Lohiniva, K., and Panizza, D. (2016). The processing of N-words in Italian. In Jennifer Scott and Deb Waughtal (eds.), BUCLD 40: Proceedings of the 40th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development

    Panizza, D., Notley, A., Thornton, R. & Crain, S. (2013). When children are as logical as adults: the interpretation of numerals in child language. In: Sarah Baiz, Nora Goldman, and Rachel Hawkes (eds.), BUCLD 37 Proceedings

    Panizza, D., & Romoli, J. (2013). On the processing alternatives, exhaustification and covert negation. The case study of mai. In Falaus, A (Ed.), Alternative Semantics

    Panizza, D.(2012). Formal Neurosemantics. Logic, Meaning and Composition in the Brain. Journal of Neurolinguistics

    Panizza, D., Huang, Y. T., Chierchia, G & Snedeker, J. (2011). Relevance of polarity for the on line interpretation of scalar terms. In Cormany, E., Ito, S. & Lutz, D. (Eds.), Proceedings of semantics and linguistic theory (SALT) 19

    Panizza, D. & Chierchia, G. (2011). Numerals and Scalar Implicatures. In Meibauer, J. & Steinbach, M. (Eds.), Experimental Pragmatics/Semantics

    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

    Panizza, D.(2009). The processing of N-words in Italian. In Moscati, V. & Servidio, E. (Eds.), University of Siena CISCL Working Papers #3: Proceedings of XXXV Incontro di Grammatica Generativa

 

 

Submitted papers

    Panizza, D., Huang, Y. T. & Snedeker, J. (submitted). ‘Some words have two interpretations’ but not two lexical meanings: Evidence for an exact semantics of numerals.

    Panizza, D., Onea, E. G. and Mani, N. (submitted). Early ERP evidence for children and adults sensitivity to scalar implicatures.

    Panizza, D., Lohiniva, K. & Foppolo, F. (submitted). On the interpretation and processing of scope ambiguity in children and adults. The case of subject-universal quantifier and negation.

 

 

Papers in preparation

    Panizza, D., Eiteljoerge, S. and Onea, E. (in prep.). Some implicatures take their time. An experimental investigation of the time course of scalar implicatures with ERP and eye- tracking methodology

    Panizza, D., Vespignani, F, Zandomeneghi, P. & Job., R. (in prep.). Never in the wrong place. An ERP study on N(egative)-words.