· Pancheva, R. & M.L. Zubizarreta (2018). “On the role of person features in the evidential-temporal connection” Ms. USC.


· Pancheva, R. (2018). How many flowers! So many colors! Number marking in cardinality exclamatives in Bulgarian” Ms. USC.


· Wellwood, A., R. Pancheva, V. Hacquard, & C. Phillips (2018). “The anatomy of a comparative illusion” To appear in Journal of Semantics.  


· Menon, M. & R. Pancheva (2017). “Degree achievements of color” Ms. Wichita State University and USC.


· McKinney-Bock, K. & R. Pancheva (2017). “Why is attributive heavy distributive?” Ms. Reed College and USC.


· Pancheva, R. & M.L. Zubizarreta (2017). “The Person Case Constraint: The syntactic encoding of perspective” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 1-47. Online first.


· Zubizarreta, M.L., & R. Pancheva (2017). A formal characterization of person-based alignment: The case of Paraguayan Guaraní” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 35, 1161-1204.


· Zubizarreta, M.L. & R. Pancheva (2017). “A note on the syntax of possession in Paraguayan Guaraní” In O. Fernández Soriano, Elena Castroviejo, Isabel Pérez Jiménez (eds.) Boundaries, Phases, and Interfaces, John Benjamins, 87-106.


· Bhatt, R. & R. Pancheva (2017).Conditionals, In M. Everaert and H. van Riemsdijk (eds.) The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Syntax. Second edition, 1-48.


· Bhatt, R. & R. Pancheva (2017). “Implicit arguments, In M. Everaert and H. van Riemsdijk (eds.) The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Syntax. Second edition, 1-35.


· Menon, M. & R. Pancheva (2016). “Decomposing color expressions in Malayalam” In R. Balusu and S. Sundaresan (eds.), Proceedings of Formal Approaches to South Asian Languages 5, 3-20.


· Tomaszewicz, B. & R. Pancheva (2016). “Obligatory and optional focus association in sentence processing.” In F. Salfner and U. Sauerland (eds.), Pre-proceedings of Trends in Experimental Pragmatics, 153-161.


· Tomaszewicz, B. & R. Pancheva (2016). “Focus association and the scope of superlative -est In N. Bade, P. Berezovskaya and A. Schöller (eds.) Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 20, 748-760.


· Pancheva, R. (2015). “Quantity superlatives: The view from Slavic and its cross-linguistic implications” In G. Flinn, K. Franich, J. Pietraszko, T. Vardomskaya (eds.) Proceedings of CLS 49.


· Menon, M. & R. Pancheva (2014). “The grammatical life of property concept roots in Malayalam” In U. Etxeberria, A. Fălăuș, A. Irurtzun, B. Leferman (eds.) Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 18, 289-302.


· O’Connor, E., R. Pancheva & E. Kaiser (2013). “Evidence for online repair of Escher sentences”, In E. Chemla, V. Homer and G. Winterstein (eds.) Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 17, Paris, Sept. 2012, 363-380.


· Pancheva, R. & B. Tomaszewicz (2012). Cross-linguistic differences in superlative movement out of nominal phrases Proceedings of WCCFL 30, UC Santa Cruz.


· Wellwood, A., V. Hacquard, & R. Pancheva (2012). Measuring and comparing individuals and events” Journal of Semantics 29, 207-228.


· Bergeton, U. & R. Pancheva (2012).A new perspective on the historical development of English intensifiers and reflexives”. In D. Jonas, J. Whitman and A. Garrett (eds.). Grammatical Change: Origins, Nature, Outcomes. Oxford University Press, 123-138.


· Pancheva, R. & B. Tomaszewicz (2010). Experimental evidence for the syntax of phrasal comparatives in Polish In Penn Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 17.1: Proceedings of the 34th Penn Linguistics Colloquium.


· Pancheva, R. (2010). More students attended FASL than CONSOLE In W. Browne, A. Cooper, A. Fisher, E. Kesici, N. Predolac, D. Zec (eds.) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 18: The Cornell Meeting, 2009. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, 383-400.


· Pancheva, R. (2009). Directionality of cliticization: Comments on Mavrogiorgos’ ‘C-T and the EPP: Deriving enclisis in Modern Greek’ In C. Halpert, J. Hartman, and D. Hill (eds.) Proceedings of the 2007 Workshop in Greek Syntax and Semantics at MIT. MITWPL 57, 155-170.


· Łazorczyk, A. & R. Pancheva (2009). From ‘Two’ to ‘Both’: Historical changes in the syntax and meaning of oba in Slavic. In R.P. Leow, H. Campos, D. Lardiere (eds.) Little Words: Their History, Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics and Acquisition. Georgetown University Press. 9-19.


· Pancheva, R. (2008).Head-directionality of TP in Old Church SlavonicIn A. Antonenko, J. Bailyn and C. Bethin (eds.) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 16: The Stony Brook Meeting, 2007. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, 313-332.


· Newman A., M. Ullman, R. Pancheva, D. Waligura, & H. Neville (2007).An ERP study of regular and irregular English past tense inflection. NeuroImage 34, 435-445.


· Bhatt, R. & R. Pancheva (2007). Degree quantifiers, position of merger effects with their restrictors, and conservativityIn C. Barker and P. Jacobson (eds.) Direct Compositionality, Oxford University Press. 306-335.


· Pancheva, R. (2006). Phrasal and clausal comparatives in SlavicIn J. Lavine, S. Franks, M. Tasseva-Kurktchieva and H. Filip (eds.) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 14: The Princeton Meeting, 236-257.


· Bhatt, R. & R. Pancheva (2006).Conditionals, The Blackwell Companion to Syntax, v. I, Blackwell, 638-687.


· Bhatt, R. & R. Pancheva (2006). “Implicit arguments, The Blackwell Companion to Syntax, v. II, Blackwell, 554-584.


· Pancheva, R. (2005).The rise and fall of second-position clitics, Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 23 (1), 103-167.


· Ullman, M., R. Pancheva, T. Love, E. Yee, D. Swinne & G. Hickok. (2005). “Neural correlates of lexicon and grammar: Evidence from the production, reading, and judgment of inflection in aphasia”, Brain and Language 93, 185-238.



-- Embick, D. & A. Marantz (2005). “Cognitive Neuroscience and the English Past Tense: Comments on the Paper by Ullman et al.” Brain and Language 93, 243-247.

-- McWhinney, B. (2005). “Commentary on Ullman et al.” Brain and Language 93, 239-242.

-- Ullman, M. & M. Walenski (2005). “Moving past the past tense” Brain and Language 93, 248-252.


· Bhatt, R. & R. Pancheva (2004).Late merger of degree clauses, Linguistic Inquiry 35, 1-45.


· Pancheva, R. (2004).Another perfect puzzle”, In V. Chand, A. Kelleher, A.J. Rodríguez, and B. Schmeiser (eds.) WCCFL 23. Cascadilla Press. 621-634.


· Pancheva, R. & von Stechow (2004).On the Present Perfect Puzzle, In K. Moulton and M. Wolf (eds.) NELS 34.


· Pancheva, R. (2004).Balkan possessive clitics: The problem of case and category”, in O. Tomić (ed.) Balkan Syntax and Semantics. John Benjamins, 175-219.


· Pancheva, R. (2003).The aspectual makeup of perfect participles and the interpretations of the perfect, in A. Alexiadou, M. Rathert, & A. von Stechow (eds.) Perfect Explorations. Mouton de Gruyter, 277-306.


· Iatridou, S., E. Anagnostopoulou & R. Izvorski. (2001).Observations about the form and meaning of the perfectin M. Kenstowicz (ed.) Ken Hale: A Life in Language. MIT Press, 189-238.  Re-printed in A. Alexiadou, M. Rathert, and A. von Stechow (eds.) (2003) Perfect Explorations. Mouton de Gruyter.


· Newman A., R. Pancheva, K. Ozawa, H. Neville & M. Ullman. (2001). "An event-related fMRI study of syntactic and semantic violations," Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 30 (3): 339-364.


· Steinhauer, K., R. Pancheva, A. Newman, S. Gennari & M. Ullman. (2001). "How the mass counts: An electrophysiological approach to the processing of lexical features," NeuroReport 12 (5), 999-1006.


· Pancheva, R. & M. Ullman (2001). "Agrammatic aphasia and the Hierarchy Complexity Hypothesis," Ms., USC and Georgetown University.


· Izvorski, R. (2000). "Free adjunct free relatives", WCCFL 19, Cascadilla Press, 232-245.


· Ullman, M. & R. Izvorski (2000). "What Is special about Broca's Area", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (1). Response to Y. Grodzinsky (2000). "The Neurology of Syntax: Language Use Without Broca's Area", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23, 1-71. See Grodzinsky's article and all responses here.


· Izvorski, R. & M. Ullman (1999). "Verb inflection and the hierarchy of functional categories in agrammatic anterior aphasia," Brain and Language 69 (3), 288-291.


· Izvorski, R. (1998). "Non-indicative wh-complements of existential and possessive predicates", in P.N. Tamanji and K. Kusumoto (eds.) NELS 28, 159-173.


· Bhatt, R. & R. Izvorski (1998). “Genericity, implicit arguments and control”, SCIL 7.


· Izvorski, R. (1997). "The present perfect as an epistemic modal", in A. Lawson and E. Cho (eds.), SALT VII CLC Publications. Cornell University.


· Izvorski, R. (1997). "The syntax and semantics of correlative proforms", in K. Kusumoto (ed.) NELS 26, 133-147.


· Izvorski, R. (1997). "Subject free relatives in null-subject languages: Evidence from Slavic", in W. Browne, E. Dornisch, N. Kondrashova & D. Zec (eds.) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Cornell Meeting, 267-288.


· Embick, D. & R. Izvorski (1997).Participle-auxiliary word orders in Slavic, in W. Browne, E. Dornisch, N. Kondrashova, and D. Zec (eds.) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Cornell Meeting.


· Izvorski, R., T. King & C. Rudin (1997). "Against li-lowering in Bulgarian", Lingua 102, no. 2/3, 187-194.


· Izvorski, R. (1996). "(Non-)matching effects in free relatives and pro-drop", in M. Przezdziecki & L. Whaley (eds.) ESCOL'95, Cornell University, 89-102.


· Izvorski, R. (1995). "A solution to the subcomparative paradox", in J. Camacho, L. Choueiri & M. Watanabe, WCCFL 14, CSLI Publications, 203-219.


· Izvorski, R. (1995). "A DP-shell for comparatives", in A. Bisetti, L. Bruge, J. Costa, R. Goedemans, N. Munaro, and R. van de Vijver (eds.) ConSole III. The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics, 99-121.


· Izvorski, R. (1995). “Wh-movement and focus-movement in Bulgarian”, in R. Eckardt & V. van Geenhoven (eds.) ConSole II Proceedings. The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics, 54-67.


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