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Which account of wh-/quantifier interaction should everyone adopt? A new take on a classic developmental puzzle

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Which account of wh-/quantifier interaction should everyone adopt? A new take on a classic developmental puzzle
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Linguistics
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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Psychology (New Brunswick)
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Cascadilla Press
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2013
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2013
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Proceedings of the 37th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development
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2012-11
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Asya
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Rutgers University
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Crosby
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Christa
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Rutgers University
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Syrett
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Kristen
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Linguistics, Rutgers University
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Déprez
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Viviane
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Linguistics, Rutgers University
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Musolino
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Julien
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Psychology (New Brunswick), Rutgers University
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English language--Quantifiers
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Grammar, Comparative and general--Quantifiers
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Quantifiers are expressions that denote number and quantity. When quantifiers interact with each other or with other logical expressions in a sentence, the resulting interpretation may be ambiguous. In this paper, we focus on young chilren’s understanding of the interaction of the universal quantifiers every and each with wh-expressions (who, which) in questions
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Musolino, Julien
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Déprez, Viviane
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doi:10.7282/T3CR5WCP
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