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Name: Marjolein  Groefsema
Institution: University of Hertfordshire
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://http://www.herts.ac.uk/fhle/faculty/humanities/web%20pages/linguistics/MGroefsema.htm
State and/or Country: Hertfordshire
United Kingdom   
Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
Semantics
Selected Publications: Groefsema, M (2001) 'The real-world colour of the dative alternation'. Language Science.

Groefsema, M. (1998) 'Processing for Relevance'. Revista Alicanta de Estudios Ingleses, (special issue on Relevance Theory), 11, 95-116.

Groefsema, M. (ed.) (1997) Proceedings of the University of Hertfordshire Relevance Theory Workshop. Chelmsford: Peter Thomas and Associates.

Groefsema, M. (1997) 'Concepts and word meaning'. In: Groefsema, M. (ed.) (1997) Proceedings of the University of Hertfordshire Relevance Theory Workshop. Chelmsford: Peter Thomas and Associates.

Groefsema, M (1995) 'Understood arguments: a semantic/pragmatic approach'. Lingua, 96, 139-161.

Groefsema, M (1995) 'Can, May, Must and Should: a relevance-theoretic approach'. "Journal of Linguistics", 31, 53-79.

Groefsema, M (1995) 'Anticipating the interpretation: a dynamic view of human sentence input processing. Proceedings of the 4th international conference on the cognitive science of natural language processing. Dublin: Dublin City University.

Groefsema, M (1992) 'Can you pass the salt?': a short-circuited implicature? Lingua, 87, 103-135.

Groefsema, M (1992) 'Can, May, Must and Should: unitary semantics, diverse pragmatics'. Cognitive Science Centre Memo, 37, Colchester: University of Essex.
Courses Taught: Language Structure and Interpretation
Linguistic Models 1 (syntax)
Linguistic Models 2 (syntax)
Linguistic Models 3 (syntax)
Semantics



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