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Book chapter  

Bachoud-Levi, A. (2017). From open to large-scale randomized cell transplantation trials in Huntington's disease: Lessons from the multicentric intracerebral grafting in Huntington's disease trial (MIG-HD) and previous pilot studies. Prog Brain Res. (Vol. 230, pp. 227-261). doi:10.1016/bs.pbr.2016.12.011

Book chapter  

Cremers, A., Kritz, M. & Chemla, E. (2017). Probability Judgments of Gappy Sentences. In Pistoia-Reda, Salvatore and Filippo Domaneschi (Eds.), Linguistic and Psycholinguistic Approaches on Implicatures and Presuppositions (pp. 111-150).Palgrave

Book chapter  

Donati, C., Barberà, G., Branchini, C., Cecchetto, C., Geraci, C. & Quer, J. (2017). Searching for imperatives in European sign languages. In Daniël Van}, Olmen and Heinold, Simone (Eds.), Imperatives and Directive Strategies (pp. 111–155).John Benjamins Publishing Company. doi:10.1075/slcs.184.04don

Book chapter  

Fenelon, G. (2019). Hallucinations visuelles. In Hélène Amievia, Antoinette Prouteau, Olivier Martinaud (Eds.), Neuropsychologie en psychiatrie

Monograph  

Jacquemot, C. (2017). Le langage fait l’homme et l’homme fait le langage. Paris: Sciences Humaines Editions

Book chapter  

Koralus, P. & Mascarenhas, S. (2018). Illusory Inferences in a question-based theory of reasoning. In Turner, Ken and Horn, Laurence (Eds.), Pragmatics, Truth, and Underspecification: Towards an Atlas of Meaning (pp. 300–322). Leiden: Brill

Monograph  

Quer, J., Cecchetto, C., Donati, C., Geraci, C., Kelepir, M., Pfau, R. & Steinbach, M. (2017). SignGram Blueprint: A Guide to Sign Language Grammar Writing.

Book chapter  

Ramus, F., Peperkamp, S., Christophe, A., Jacquemot, C., Kouider, S. & Dupoux, E. (2010). A Psycholinguistic Perspective on the Acquisition of Phonology. In C. Fougeron (Eds.), Laboratory Phonology (Vol. 10 ).De Gruyter Mouton

Book chapter  

Zuberbühler, K., Chemla, E. & Schlenker, P. (2017). Stereotyped vocalizations. Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological ScienceSpringer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-16999-6_3330-1