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Peer-reviewed journal papers
Pasternak. 2019. A lot of hatred and a ton of desire: intensity in the mereology of mental states. Linguistics and Philosophy 42(3). 267-316.
Tieu, Pasternak, Schlenker & Chemla. 2018. Co-speech gesture projection: Evidence from inferential judgments. Glossa 3(1): 109. 1-21.
Tieu, Pasternak, Schlenker & Chemla. 2017. Co-speech gesture projection: Evidence from truth-value judgment and picture selection tasks. Glossa 2(1): 102. 1-27.
Pasternak. submitted. Composing copies without trace conversion.
Pasternak & Graf. in prep. Cyclic scope and processing difficulty in a Minimalist parser.
Pasternak & Tieu. in prep. Sound effects and emojis behave like gestures. [working title]
Sauerland & Pasternak. in prep. German measurement structures: Case-marking and non-conservativity.
von Fintel & Pasternak. in prep. Desire conditionals: How to fake a restricted reading. [working title]
Pasternak. 2018. Thinking alone and thinking together. In S. Maspong et al. (eds.), Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 28. 546-565.
Pasternak. 2016. A conservative theory of gradable modality. In M. Moroney et al. (eds.), Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 26. 371-390.
Pasternak. 2019. The projection of co-speech sound effects.
Pasternak. 2018. The Mereology of Attitudes. PhD thesis, Stony Brook University.