Paper by Prof. Syrett and Prof. Musolino wins award
2013 Best Paper Award
Each year, Language Acquisition presents a Best Paper Award to an untenured researcher. Any article presenting original research (Research Articles or Brief Articles) whose first author is an untenured scientist (student or faculty) is eligible for the prize. The prize committee consists of the Editor-in-Chief, Brief Articles Editors, and Associate Editors, and award decisions are made by consensus of the committee.
Language Acquisition is pleased to present the 2013 Best Paper Award to Kristen Syrett and Julien Musolino for their paper "Collectivity, Distributivity, and the Interpretation of Plural Numerical Expressions in Child and Adult Language".
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From Volume 20, Issue 4, 2013
Collectivity, Distributivity, and the Interpretation of Plural Numerical Expressions in Child and Adult Language,
Kristen Syrett and Julien Musolino