Processing implicatures: a comparison between direct and indirect SIs

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Description: This study is part of our ongoing research project "Alternatives and implicit meanings", funded by the Leverhulme Trust. More information available at

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During the poster session you can videochat with us via the following link: Abstract The Scalarity Hypothesis (SH) posits that Scalar Implicatures (SIs) are cognitively costly insofar as they add a negative proposition into the meaning of the sentence. We tested SH by comparing the processing signature of negative, direct SIs arising from positively scalar te...


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