Emmanuel Chemla
Emmanuel Chemla
LSCP, ENS, Paris
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Presuppositions of quantified sentences: Experimental data
E Chemla
Natural language semantics 17 (4), 299-340, 2009
Similarity: Towards a unified account of scalar implicatures, free choice permission and presupposition projection
E Chemla
Under revision for Semantics and Pragmatics, 2009
Experimental evidence for embedded scalar implicatures
E Chemla, B Spector
Journal of semantics 28 (3), 359-400, 2011
An epistemic step for anti-presuppositions
E Chemla
Journal of Semantics 25 (2), 141-173, 2008
Processing inferences at the semantics/pragmatics frontier: disjunctions and free choice
E Chemla, L Bott
Cognition 130 (3), 380-396, 2014
Categorizing words using ‘frequent frames’: what cross‐linguistic analyses reveal about distributional acquisition strategies
E Chemla, TH Mintz, S Bernal, A Christophe
Developmental science 12 (3), 396-406, 2009
Monkey semantics: two ‘dialects’ of Campbell’s monkey alarm calls
P Schlenker, E Chemla, K Arnold, A Lemasson, K Ouattara, S Keenan, ...
Linguistics and Philosophy 37 (6), 439-501, 2014
Universal implicatures and free choice effects: Experimental data
E Chemla
Semantics and Pragmatics 2, 2-1-33, 2009
Processing presuppositions: dynamic semantics vs pragmatic enrichment
E Chemla, L Bott
Language and Cognitive Processes, 241-260, 2013
Event representations constrain the structure of language: Sign language as a window into universally accessible linguistic biases
B Strickland, C Geraci, E Chemla, P Schlenker, M Kelepir, R Pfau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (19), 5968-5973, 2015
Remarks on the experimental turn in the study of scalar implicature, Part I
E Chemla, R Singh
Language and Linguistics Compass 8 (9), 373-386, 2014
Incremental vs. symmetric accounts of presupposition projection: An experimental approach
E Chemla, P Schlenker
Natural language semantics 20 (2), 177-226, 2012
Interpreting numerals and scalar items under memory load
P Marty, E Chemla, B Spector
Lingua 133, 152-163, 2013
Scalar implicatures: working memory and a comparison with 'only'.
PP Marty, E Chemla
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 403, 0
Shared and distinct mechanisms in deriving linguistic enrichment
L Bott, E Chemla
Journal of Memory and Language 91, 117-140, 2016
A psycholinguistic study of the exhaustive readings of embedded questions
A Cremers, E Chemla
Journal of Semantics 33 (1), 49-85, 2016
Experimenting on contextualism
N Hansen, E Chemla
Mind & Language, 2011
Scalar implicatures of embedded disjunction
L Crnič, E Chemla, D Fox
Natural Language Semantics 23 (4), 271-305, 2015
Formal monkey linguistics
P Schlenker, E Chemla, AM Schel, J Fuller, JP Gautier, J Kuhn, ...
Theoretical Linguistics 42 (1-2), 1-90, 2016
Two methods to find truth-value gaps and their application to the projection problem of homogeneity
M Križ, E Chemla
Natural Language Semantics 23 (3), 205-248, 2015
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