Alexandre Cremers
Alexandre Cremers
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A psycholinguistic study of the exhaustive readings of embedded questions
A Cremers, E Chemla
Journal of Semantics 33 (1), 49-85, 2016
512016
On the role of alternatives in the acquisition of simple and complex disjunctions in French and Japanese
L Tieu, K Yatsushiro, A Cremers, J Romoli, U Sauerland, E Chemla
Journal of Semantics 34 (1), 127-152, 2017
312017
Direct and indirect scalar implicatures share the same processing signature
A Cremers, E Chemla
Pragmatics, semantics and the case of scalar implicatures, 201-227, 2014
222014
On the analysis of scope ambiguities in comparative constructions: Converging evidence from real-time sentence processing and offline data
MY Breakstone, A Cremers, D Fox, M Hackl
Semantics and Linguistic Theory 21, 712-731, 2011
212011
Experiments on the acceptability and possible readings of questions embedded under emotive-factives
A Cremers, E Chemla
Natural Language Semantics 25 (3), 223-261, 2017
202017
On the semantics of embedded questions
A Cremers
Paris Sciences et Lettres, 2016
152016
Plurality effects in an exhaustification-based theory of embedded questions
A Cremers
Natural Language Semantics 26 (3-4), 193-251, 2018
10*2018
Modified numerals: Two routes to ignorance
A Cremers, L Coppock, J Dotlacil, F Roelofsen
Manuscript, ILLC, University of Amsterdam, 2017
92017
Probability judgments of gappy sentences
A Cremers, M Križ, E Chemla
Linguistic and Psycholinguistic Approaches on Implicatures and …, 2017
82017
Children’s exhaustive readings of questions
A Cremers, L Tieu, E Chemla
Language Acquisition, 2016
82016
Mentions-some readings of plural-marked questions: Experimental evidence
Y Xiang, A Cremers
Proceedings of North East Linguistics Society 47 (3), 261-274, 2017
72017
Vagueness in implicature: the case of modified adjectives
T Leffel, A Cremers, N Gotzner, J Romoli
Journal of Semantics 36 (2), 317-348, 2019
52019
Distributive ignorance inferences with wonder and believe
A Cremers, F Roelofsen, W Uegaki
Semantics and Pragmatics 12, 2019
3*2019
Presupposed free choice and the theory of scalar implicatures
P Marty, J Romoli, A Renans, J Romoli, M Mandelkern, E Shetreet, ...
Ms., ZAS and Ulster University, 2019
22019
Polarity sensitivity of question embedding: experimental evidence
T van Gessel, A Cremers, F Roelofsen
Semantics and Linguistic Theory 28, 217-232, 2018
22018
Testing theories of temporal inferences: Evidence from child language
A Cremers, F Kane, L Tieu, L Kenndy, Y Sudo, R Folli, J Romoli
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 3 (1), 2018
12018
Negation and Alternatives in Conditional Antecedents
D McHugh, A Cremers
22Amsterdam, 2019
2019
What we Know about Knowing: Presuppositions generated by factive verbs influence downstream neural processing
J Romoli
Cognition 184, 96-106, 2019
2019
Vagueness and the derivation of implicatures
T Leffel, A Cremers, N Gotzner, J Romoli
Journal of Semantics, 1-32, 2019
2019
PREDICTING THE DISTRIBUTION OF EXHAUSTIVE READINGS FOR KNOW
A Cremers, N Theiler
2017
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