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Anaphora resolution in near-native speakers of Italian
A Sorace, F Filiaci
Second language research 22 (3), 339-368, 2006
9862006
First language attrition and syntactic subjects: A study of Greek and Italian near-native speakers of English
I Tsimpli, A Sorace, C Heycock, F Filiaci
International journal of bilingualism 8 (3), 257-277, 2004
6352004
Discourse conditions on subject pronoun realization: Testing the linguistic intuitions of older bilingual children
A Sorace, L Serratrice, F Filiaci, M Baldo
Lingua 119 (3), 460-477, 2009
3692009
Bilingual children's sensitivity to specificity and genericity: Evidence from metalinguistic awareness
L Serratrice, A Sorace, F Filiaci, M Baldo
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 12 (2), 239-257, 2009
1872009
Anaphoric biases of null and overt subjects in Italian and Spanish: a cross-linguistic comparison
F Filiaci, A Sorace, M Carreiras
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (7), 825-843, 2014
1632014
Null and overt subject biases in Spanish and Italian: A cross-linguistic comparison
F Filiaci
Selected proceedings of the 12th Hispanic linguistics symposium, 171-182, 2010
882010
Pronominal objects in English–Italian and Spanish–Italian bilingual children
L Serratrice, A Sorace, F Filiaci, M Baldo
Applied Psycholinguistics 33 (4), 725-751, 2012
702012
Subjects in L1 attrition: Evidence from Greek and Italian near-native speakers of English
I Tsimpli, A Sorace, C Heycock, F Filiaci, M Bouba
Proceedings of the Annual Boston University Conference on Language …, 2003
552003
Anaphoric Preferences of Null and Overt Subjects in Italian and Spanish: a Cross-linguistic Comparison
F Filiaci
The University of Edinburgh, 2011
422011
The acquisition of the properties of Italian null and overt subjects by English native speakers
F Filiaci
Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2003
24*2003
Syntactic attrition in Italian and Greek near-native speakers of English
M Bouba, F Filiaci, C Heycock, A Sorace, I Tsimpli
First International Conference on Language Attrition, Amsterdam, 2002
17*2002
Anaphoric reference of null and overt subject pronouns in Italian and Spanish
F Filiaci
Going Romance 2009, 2009
32009
Restrictions on the interpretation of null and overt subjects in Italian and Spanish and the Morphological Ambiguity hypothesis
F Filiaci
The impact of pronominal form on interpretation, 319-346, 2016
22016
Plural noun phrases in late simultaneous bilingualism: A study of English-Italian and Spanish-Italian children
L Serratrice, A Sorace, F Filiaci, M Baldo
Proceedings of the 31st Boston University Conference on Language Development …, 2007
22007
Priming competes with syntactic anticipation, both within and across languages: Evidence from the Visual World Paradigm
F Filiaci, T Bak, F Keller, A Sorace
CUNY 2014, 2014
2014
Second Language Research acknowledges, with thanks, the contributions of the follow-ing colleagues to the peer review of articles submitted to the journal
N Abrahamsson, J Archibald, P Avery, P Balcom, C Bardel, S Baumann, ...
Second Language Research 27 (2), 284-285, 2011
2011
Eye movement data from visual world paradigm experiment on anticipation and priming in L2 speakers and attrited L1 speakers of Italian.
A Sorace, T Bak, F Keller, F Filiaci, I Finlayson
UK Data Archive, 0
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