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|Institution:||Università degli Studi di Siena|
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|State and/or Country:||Italy|
|Selected Publications:||Moscati V. (2014). Eliciting clitics in French: against the Generalized Null Object Stage. Inquiries into Linguistic Theory and Language Acquisition. Papers offered to Adriana Belletti. C. Contemori and L. Dal Pozzo (eds). Ciscl Press, Siena. 130-144.
Moscati V. (2014). Asymmetric entailment and the interpretation of potere in Early Italian. New Directions in the Acquisition of Romance Languages. Selected proceedings of the Romance turn V. Edited by Ana Lúcia Santos, Maria Lobo, Alexandra Fiéis, Maria João Freitas, João Costa (eds). 202-218. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Moscati V., S. Crain (2014). When negation and epistemic modality combine: the role of information strength in child language. Language Learning and Development. Published online 28th March 2014. D.O.I. 10.1080/15475441.2014.880640
Moscati V., L. Rizzi (2014). Agreement configurations in language development: a movement-based complexity metric. Lingua vol. 140, pp. 67-82.
Moscati V. (2013). Why children prefer impossible worlds. Lingue e Linguaggio, XII (2). Il Mulino, Bologna. 223-248.
Moscati V. (2013). On Intervention effects in weak islands. A self-paced reading experiment. STiL – Studies in Linguistics. E.Servidio (ed). 77-90. Vol.5. Ciscl Press.
Moscati V., L. Rizzi (2013). The Selective Development of Agreement in Early Italian. STiL – Studies in Linguistics. E.Servidio (ed). 91-116. Vol.5. Ciscl Press.
Moscati V., L. Rizzi. (2013). A typology of agreement processes and its implications for language development. Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2011: Selected papers from 'Going Romance' Utrecht 2011. Baauw, Sergio, Frank A.C. Drijkoningen, Luisa Meroni and Manuela Pinto (eds.). pp. 143-156. Benjamins (Amsterdam).
Moscati V. (2012). The cartography of Negative Markers: why negation breaks the assumption of LF/PF isomorphism. ENJOY LINGUISTICS! Papers offered to Luigi Rizzi on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Ed. C.Chesi & V.Bianchi. pp. 303-309. Ciscl Press, Siena.
Moscati V. (2011). Discourse under control in ambiguous sentences. Experimental pragmatics and semantics, ed. Jörg Meibauer and Markus Steinbach. pp.63-77. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
Moscati V. (2010). Scope widening of negation in Modal Constructions. Rivista di Grammatica Generativa. vol.35, p.49-73. Unipress, Padova.
Moscati V. (2010). Negation Raising: Logical Form and Linguistic Variation. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Tedeschi R., V. Moscati (2010). Genderless Null Pronouns in Language Acquisition. Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2009, Ed. João Costa, Ana Castro, Maria Lobo and Fernanda Pratas. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp462-471. I
Moscati V. (2009). When children are stronger than adults. Evidence from Italian modals. Nanzan Linguistics, Special Issue 5, 95-108.
Gualmini A., V. Moscati (2009). The Early Steps of Modal and Negation Interactions: Evidence from Child Italian. In Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2007. Ed. Enoch Aboh, Elisabeth van der Linden, Josep Quer & Petra Sleeman, John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
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