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Grinstead, John, Sadler Kirk, Amy Pratt & Ana Arrieta-Zamudio
2023. Predicting Scalar Implicature Interpretations From Lexical Knowledge. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 66:1  pp. 178 ff. DOI logo
Grinstead, John, Pedro Ortiz-Ramírez, Ximena Carreto-Guadarrama, Ana Arrieta-Zamudio, Amy Pratt, Myriam Cantú-Sánchez, Jonathan Lefcheck & David Melamed
2023. Piecewise Structural Equation Modeling of the Quantity Implicature in Child Language. Language and Speech 66:1  pp. 35 ff. DOI logo
Grinstead, John, Ramón Padilla-Reyes & Melissa Nieves-Rivera
2021. A Collective-Distributive Pragmatic Scale and the Developing Lexicon. Language Learning and Development 17:1  pp. 48 ff. DOI logo
Gutiérrez‐Rexach, Javier
2010. Varieties of Indefinites in Spanish. Language and Linguistics Compass 4:8  pp. 680 ff. DOI logo
Miller, David, David Giancaspro, Michael Iverson, Jason Rothman & Roumyana Slabakova
2016. Not just algunos, but indeed unos L2ers can acquire scalar implicatures in L2 Spanish. In Language Acquisition Beyond Parameters [Studies in Bilingualism, 51],  pp. 125 ff. DOI logo
Miller, David & Jason Rothman
2020. You win some, you lose some: Comprehension and event-related potential evidence for L1 attrition. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23:4  pp. 869 ff. DOI logo

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