Francesca Filiaci
Francesca Filiaci
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Anaphora resolution in near-native speakers of Italian
A Sorace, F Filiaci
Second language research 22 (3), 339-368, 2006
9012006
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
5862004
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
3372009
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
1722009
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
1412014
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
852010
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
582012
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 27th annual Boston University conference on language …, 2003
572003
Anaphoric Preferences of Null and Overt Subjects in Italian and Spanish: a Cross-linguistic Comparison
F Filiaci
The University of Edinburgh, 2011
402011
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Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2003
23*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
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
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
12016
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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