Her scientific interests lie mostly in Linguistics, Interface hypothesis, Syntax, Grammar and First language. Her Pragmatics, Neuroscience of multilingualism, Focus, Subject and Language proficiency investigations are all subjects of Linguistics research. Antonella Sorace combines subjects such as Semantics, Syntax, Language development and Subject pronoun with her study of Interface hypothesis.
Her studies deal with areas such as Variation, Modal verb, Intransitive verb and Grammaticality as well as Syntax. Antonella Sorace usually deals with Grammar and limits it to topics linked to Rule-based machine translation and Generative grammar, Theoretical linguistics, Affix grammar and Interlanguage. Her research in Second-language acquisition intersects with topics in Word order and Italian grammar.
Linguistics, Neuroscience of multilingualism, Cognitive psychology, Syntax and Second-language acquisition are her primary areas of study. Her research in Grammar, Interface hypothesis, First language, Verb and Language acquisition are components of Linguistics. Her work deals with themes such as Pragmatics, Language development, Subject pronoun and Grammaticality, which intersect with Interface hypothesis.
In Neuroscience of multilingualism, she works on issues like Developmental psychology, which are connected to Language proficiency. Her Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Language Experience Approach, Elementary cognitive task, Control and Priming. Her Syntax research incorporates themes from Semantics, Word order, Selection and Subject.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Neuroscience of multilingualism, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Linguistics and First language. Her Neuroscience of multilingualism research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Context, Comprehension, Language acquisition, Task and Attentional control. Her study in the field of Animacy also crosses realms of Perspective-taking.
Her Developmental psychology research includes themes of Executive functions and Perception. Antonella Sorace has researched Linguistics in several fields, including Epistemology and Structural priming. The various areas that Antonella Sorace examines in her First language study include Language proficiency, Longitudinal study and Interface hypothesis, Interface.
Her main research concerns Neuroscience of multilingualism, Linguistics, Developmental psychology, Task and Cognitive psychology. Her Neuroscience of multilingualism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Language acquisition, Attentional control and Autism. Her Linguistics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Epistemology, Structural priming and Language production.
Antonella Sorace combines subjects such as Working memory and Executive functions with her study of Developmental psychology. Her research integrates issues of Context and First language in her study of Task. Her studies in First language integrate themes in fields like Language proficiency, Language transfer, Function and Affect.
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Pinning down the concept of “interface” in bilingualism
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism (2011)
MAGNITUDE ESTIMATION OF LINGUISTIC ACCEPTABILITY
Ellen Gurman Bard;David Robertson;Antonella Sorace.
Anaphora resolution in near-native speakers of Italian
Antonella Sorace;Francesca Filiaci.
Second Language Research (2006)
Gradients in Auxiliary Selection with Intransitive Verbs.
First language attrition and syntactic subjects: A study of Greek and Italian near-native speakers of English
Ianthi Tsimpli;Antonella Sorace;Caroline Heycock;Francesca Filiaci.
International Journal of Bilingualism (2004)
Internal and external interfaces in bilingual language development: Beyond structural overlap
Antonella Sorace;Ludovica Serratrice.
International Journal of Bilingualism (2009)
Theoretical and developmental issues in the syntax of subjects: Evidence from near-native Italian
Adriana Belletti;Elisa Bennati;Antonella Sorace.
Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (2007)
Crosslinguistic influence at the syntax–pragmatics interface: Subjects and objects in English–Italian bilingual and monolingual acquisition
Ludovica Serratrice;Antonella Sorace;Sandra Paoli.
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition (2004)
Incomplete vs. divergent representations of unaccusativity in non native grammars of Italian
Second Language Research (1993)
Gradience in Linguistic Data
Antonella Sorace;Frank Keller.
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