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Katsos, and J. Williams. 2006. Are generalised scalar implicatures generated by default? An on-line investigation into the role of context in generating pragmatic inferences. Cognition 100:434–463. Capone, A. 2006. On Grice’s circle (a theory-internal problem in linguistic theories of the Gricean type). Journal of Pragmatics 38:645–669. Cappelen, H. and E. Lepore. 2005. Insensitive Semantics. Oxford: Blackwell. Cappelen, H. and E. Lepore. 2006. Response. Mind and Language 21:50–73. Carston, R. 2002.

Shaw. 2004. A comparative study of figurative language in children with autistic spectrum disorders. Child Language Teaching and Therapy 20:13–32. Martı´nez-Manrique, F. and A. Vicente. 2004. Overhearing a sentence: Recanati and the cognitive view of language. Pragmatics and Cognition 12:219–251. Nicolle, S. and B. Clark. 1999. Experimental pragmatics and what is said: A response to Gibbs and Moise. Cognition 69:337–354. Noveck, I. and D. Sperber. ). 2004. Experimental Pragmatics. Houndmills: Palgrave.

Here is an example of a story context used in one of the experiments, with some of the choices offered to their subjects (B&C, 2002: 441): Jane was planning to spend a week in Memphis. She couldn’t decide which of her friends, Brian or Paul, to stay with. Jill, who knew that Jane was allergic to animals, said, ‘Brian has three cats’. ON THE PSYCHOLOGICAL REALITY OF MINIMAL PROPOSITIONS / 11 (Minimal proposition) . . 4 (Explicature paraphrase) . . Brian has exactly three cats. (Strong implicature) .

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