Volume 29 – Issue 1 – 2017


Editors

Pier Marco Bertinetto (SNS, Pisa) 

editor-in-chief 

Mark Aronoff (Stony Brooks)

Michele Loporcaro (Zürich)

Volume 20 – 2008

 

Volume 20 – Issue 1 – 2008

 

From context to meaning: Distributional models of lexicon in linguistics and cognitive science

Guest-editor: Alessandro Lenci

 

Alessandro Lenci
Distributional semantics in linguistic and cognitive research

 

Magnus Sahlgren
The distributional hypothesis

 

Marco Baroni, Alessandro Lenci
Concepts and properties in word Spaces

 

Sabine Schulte im Walde, Alissa Melinger
An in-depth look into the co-occurrence distribution of semantic associates

 

Luca Onnis, Thomas A. Farmer, Marco Baroni, Morten H. Christiansen, Michael J. Spivey
Generalizable distributional regularities aid fluent language processing: The case of semantic valence tendencies

 

Afsaneh Fazly, Suzanne Stevenson
A Distributional Account of the Semantics of Multiword Expressions

 

James Pustejovsky, Elisabetta Jezek
Semantic Coercion in Language: Beyond Distributional Analysis

 

Anna Rumshisky
Resolving polysemy in verbs: Contextualized distribution alapproach to argument semantics

 

Discussion paper:
Arthur M. Glenberg, Sarita Mehta
Constraint on covariation: It's not meaning

Comments on Glenberg and Mehta by: Magnus Sahlgren Marco Baroni, Alessandro Lenci Luca Onnis, Michael J. Spivey, Thomas A. Farmer
 

Volume 20 – Issue 2 – 2008

 

Chiara Finocchiaro, Bradford Z. Mahon & Alfonso Caramazza
Gender agreement and multiple referents

 

Francesca Volpato
Clitic pronouns and past participle agreement in Italian in three hearing impaired bilinguals Italian/LIS 

 

Review articles:

Chiara Gianollo, Historical Syntax and the Generative Paradigm. Review article of Lightfoot David 2006, How New Languages Emerge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Roberts Ian 2007, Diachronic Syntax. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Martin Maiden, Effects of word-formation processes in Italian. Reflections on Grossmann Maria and Franz Rainer (eds.) 2004. La formazione delle parole in italiano. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

 

Books received