Scholarly publications

Huang, A., Li, J., & Meroni, L. (2022). Grammatical and contextual factors affecting the interpretation of superordinate collectives in child and adult Mandarin. Linguistics, 60(4), 933-972.


Scholarly publications

Drijkoningen, F., Baauw, S., & Meroni, L. (2021). Introduction. In S. Baauw, F. Drijkoningen, & L. Meroni (Eds.), Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2018: Selected papers from 'Going Romance' 32, Utrecht (pp. 2-10). (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory; Vol. 357). John Benjamins.
Baauw, S., Drijkoningen, F., & Meroni, L. (2021). Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2018: Selected papers from 'Going Romance' 32, Utrecht. (357 ed.) John Benjamins.
Meroni, L., Huang, A., & Ursini, F-A. (2021). Portioning-Out and Individuation in Mandarin Non-interrogative wh-Pronominal Phrases: Experimental Evidence From Child Mandarin. Frontiers in Psychology.


Scholarly publications

Smeets, L., & Meroni, L. (2019). Stress or context for the computation of Scalar Implicatures? In P. Guijarro Fuentes, & C. Suárez-Gómez (Eds.), New Trends in Language Acquisition within the Generative Perspective (1 ed., Vol. 49). Springer.


Scholarly publications

Koering, L., Meroni, L., & Moscati, V. (2018). Strong and Weak Readings in the Domain of Worlds: A Negative Polar Modal and Children’s Scope Assignment. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 47(6), 1193-1217.


Scholarly publications

Meroni, L., Smeets, L., & Unsworth, S. (2017). Crosslinguistic Influence in Scope Ambiguity: Evidence for Acceleration. In E. Blom, L. Cornips, & J. Schaeffer (Eds.), Crosslinguistic Influencein Bilingualism (pp. 181-206). (Studies in Bilingualism; Vol. 52). John Benjamins.
Meroni, L., van Spijk, A., & Pinto, M. (2017). Il tempo e l'aspetto nel discorso: Italiano e olandese a confronto. Incontri, 31(2), 9-27.


Scholarly publications

Meroni, L., Foppolo, F., Marelli, M., & Gualmini, A. (2015). Hey Little Sister, Who's the Only One? Modulating Informativeness in the Resolution of Privative Ambiguity. Cognitive Science.

Other output

van Spijk, Y., Meroni, L., & Pinto, M. (2015). Un'analisi contrastiva dell'uso dei tempi verbali passati in italiano e olandese. Paper presented at Convegno Internazionale di Lingua italiana, Tilburg, Netherlands.


Scholarly publications

Meroni, L., Foppolo, F., Marelli, M., & Gualmini, A. (2014). The only one strategy in context. Lingua, 145, 266–275.


Scholarly publications

Baauw, S., Drijkoningen, F. A. C., Meroni, L., & Pinto, M. (2013). Selected Papers from Going Romance 2011. (Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2011 ed.) John Benjamins.
Meroni, L., Smeets, L., & Unsworth, S. (2013). Crosslinguistic influence in scope ambiguity: Evidence for acceleration. In Proceedings of the 37th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (pp. 265-279). Cascadilla Press.
Meroni, L., & Gualmini, A. (2013). Question under discussion triggers implicature calculation in young children. Lingue e Linguaggio, XIL(1), 121-139.
Meroni, L. (2013). Putting children in context. Lambert Academic Publishing.


Professional publications

Meroni, L., & Gualmini, A. (2012). Implicature calculation in young children: The role of the Question Under Discussion. In Yukio Otsu (Ed.), The role of the Que Proceedings of the 12th Tokyo Conference on Psycholingustics Hituzi Publishing Company.


Scholarly publications

Meroni, L., & Crain, S. (2011). “How Children Avoid Kindergarten Paths”. In Edward Gibson and Neal Pearlmutter (Ed.), The processing and acquisition of reference MIT Press.


Scholarly publications

Meroni, L., Zondervan, A., & Gualmini, A. (2010). Experiments on the role of the Question under Discussion for Ambiguity Resolution and Implicature Computation in Adults. In SALT 18


Scholarly publications

Meroni, L. (2007). The Strength of the Universal Quantifier in Child Language. In A. Belikova, & L. Meroni (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Generative (pp. 277-284)
Meroni, L., & Belikova, A. (2007). Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Generative. Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
Luisa Meroni, Andrea Gualmini and Stephen Crain (2006) “Everybody knows,”. In Acquisition meets Semantics, (Ed.) V. van Geenhoven, 89-114, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Springer.
Silvia Gennari, Luisa Meroni and Stephen Crain. (2005), “Rapid Relief of Stress in Dealing with Ambiguity”. In Approaches to Studying World-Situated Language Use:Bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions, pp. 245-259, (Eds.) J.C. Trueswell and M.K. Tanenhaus. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Gennaro Chierchia, Maria Teresa Guasti, Andrea Gualmini, Luisa Meroni and Stephen Crain. (2004) “Semantic and pragmatic competence in children and adults’ comprehension of ‘or’,” book chapter in Experimental Pragmatics, pp.283-300, (Eds.) I. A. Noveck and D. Sperber, Palgraves, London.
Luisa Meroni, Andrea Gualmini and Stephen Crain. (2004) “Definiteness in Child Language”, Proceedings of WCCFL 2003, 583-594. (Ed.) M. Bernstein, Cascadilla
Press, Somerville, MA.
Stephen Crain, Luisa Meroni and Utako Minai. (2004) “If everybody knows than every child knows”, Proceedings of Gala 2003 (Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition), Vol. 1 , (Eds.) J. van Kampen and S. Baauw , Igitur
Publishing, Utrecht, the Nederland.