Publications

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Peer-reviewed journals:

Marelli, M., Gagné, C., and Spalding, T. (in press). Compounding as Abstract Operation in Semantic Space: Investigating relational effects through a large-scale, data-driven computational model. Cognition.

Foppolo, F., and Marelli, M. (in press). No delay for some inferences. Journal of Semantics.


Amenta S., Marelli, M., and Sulpizio, S. (in press). From sound to meaning: Phonology-to-Semantics mapping in visual word recognition. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.

Lazaridou, A., Marelli, M., and Baroni, M. (in press).  Multimodal word meaning induction from minimal exposure to natural text. Cognitive Science.

Greco, C., Haegeman, L., and Marelli, M. (in press). External syntax and the cumulative effect in subject sub-extraction: an experimental evaluation. The Linguistic Review.

Vecchi, E.M., Marelli, M., Zamparelli, R., & Baroni, M. (2017). Spicy adjectives and nominal donkeys: Capturing semantic deviance using compositionality in distributional spaces. Cognitive Science, 41(1), 102-136.


Bentivogli, L., Bernardi, R., Marelli, M., Menini, S., Baroni, M., and Zamparelli, R. (2016). SICK Through the SemEval Glasses: Lesson learned from the evaluation of compositional distributional semantic models on full sentences through semantic relatedness and textual entailment. Language Resources and Evaluation, 50(1), 95-124.

Marelli, M., & Baroni, M. (2015). Affixation in semantic space: Modeling morpheme meanings with compositional distributional semantics. Psychological Review, 122(3), 485-515.

Amenta, S., Marelli, M., & Crepaldi, D. (2015). The fruitless effort of growing a fruitless tree: Early morpho-orthographic and morpho-semantic effects in sentence reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 41(5), 1587-1596.

Marelli, M., Amenta, S., & Crepaldi, D. (2015). Semantic transparency in free stems: the effect of Orthography-Semantics Consistency in word recognition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68(8), 1571-1583.

Foppolo, F., Marelli, M., Meroni, L., & Gualmini, A. (2015). Hey little sister, who's the only one? Modulating informativeness in the resolution of privative ambiguity. Cognitive Science, 39(7), 1646-1674.

Danelli, L., Marelli, M., Berlingeri, M., Tettamanti, M., Sberna, M., Paulesu, E., & Luzzatti, C. (2015). Framing effects reveal discrete lexical-semantic and sublexical procedures in reading: an fMRI study. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1328.

Marelli, M., Dinu, G., Zamparelli, R., & Baroni, M. (2015). Picking buttercups and eating butter cups: spelling alternations, semantic relatedness and their consequences for compound processing. Applied Psycholinguistics, 36(6), 1421-1439.

Marelli, M., Zonca, G., Contardi, A., & Luzzatti, C. (2014). The representation of compound headedness in the mental lexicon: a picture naming study in aphasia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 31(1-2), 26-39.

Paperno, D., Marelli, M., Tentori, K., & Baroni, M. (2014). Corpus-based estimates of word association predict biases in judgment of word co-occurrence likelihood. Cognitive Psychology, 74, 66-83.

Rusconi, P.P., Marelli, M., D'Addario, M., Russo, S., & Cherubini, P. (2014). Evidence Evaluation: Measure Z Corresponds to Human Utility JudgmentsBetter than Measure L and Optimal-Experimental-Design Models. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 40(3), 703-723.

Arcara, G., Marelli, M., Buodo, G., & Mondini, S. (2014). Compoundheadedness in the mental lexicon: an ERP study. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 31(1-2), 164-183.

Traficante, D., Marelli, M., Burani, C., & Luzzatti, C. (2014). Influence of verb and noun bases on reading aloud derived nouns: evidence from children with good and poor reading skills. Reading and writing, 27(7), 1303-1326.

Foppolo, F., Meroni, L., Marelli, M., & Gualmini, A. (2014). The only one strategy in context. Lingua, 145, 266-275.

Sartori, R.D.G., Marelli, M., Garavaglia, P., Castelli, L., Busin, S., & Delle Fave, A. (2014). The assessment of patients' daily quality of experience: autonomy level and perceived challenges. Rehabilitation Psychology, 59(3), 267.

Marelli, M., Amenta, S., Morone, E.A., & Crepaldi, D. (2013). Meaning is in the beholder's eye: morpho-semantic effects in masked priming. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20(3), 534-541.

Marelli, M., Aggujaro, S., Molteni, F., & Luzzatti, C. (2013). Understanding the mental lexicon through neglect dyslexia: a study on compound noun reading. Neurocase, 19(2), 128-144.

Rusconi, P.P., Marelli, M., Russo, S., D'Addario, M., & Cherubini, P. (2013). Integration of base rates and new information in an abstract hypothesis-testing task. British Journal of Psychology, 104(2), 193-211.

Marelli, M., & Luzzatti, C. (2012). Frequency effects in the processing of Italian nominal compounds: modulation of headedness and semantic transparency. Journal of Memory and Language, 66(4), 644-664.

Marelli, M., Aggujaro, S., Molteni, F., & Luzzatti, C. (2012). The multiple-lemma representation of Italian compound nouns: a single case study on deep dyslexia. Neuropsychologia, 50(5), 852-861.

Baayen, R.H., Milin, P., Filipovic Durdevic, D., Hendrix, P., & Marelli, M. (2011). An amorphous model for morphological processing in visual comprehension based on naive discriminative learning. Psychological Review, 118(3), 438-481.

Marelli, M., Crepaldi, D., & Luzzatti, C. (2009). Head position and the mental representation of Italian nominal compounds: A constituent priming study in Italian. The Mental Lexicon, 4, 430-455.



Peer-reviewed conference proceedings:

Pezzelle, S., Marelli, M., and Bernardi, R. (2017). Be Precise or Fuzzy: Learning the Meaning of Cardinals and Quantifiers from Vision. Proceedings of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics.

Marelli, M., Bentivogli, L., Baroni, M., Bernardi, R., Menini, S., & Zamparelli, R. (2014). Semeval-2014 Task 1: Evaluation of compositional distributional semantic models on full sentences through semantic relatedness and textual entailment. Proceedings of SemEval 2014: International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation.

Marelli, M., Menini, S., Baroni, M., Bentivogli, L., Bernardi, R., and Zamparelli, R. (2014). A SICK cure for the evaluation of compositional distributional semantic models. Proceedings of LREC 2014216-223, Reykjavik (Iceland): ELRA.

Lazaridou, A., Marelli, M., Zamparelli, R., & Baroni, M. (2013). Compositional-ly derived representations of morphologically complex words in distributional semantics. Proceedings of the 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics1517-1526, East Stroudsburg PA: ACL.

Bernardi, R., Dinu, G., Marelli, M., & Baroni, M. (2013). A relatedness benchmark to test the role of determiners in compositional distributional semantics. Proceedings of the 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 53-57, East Stroudsburg PA: ACL.

Amenta, S., Marelli, M., Crepaldi, D., & Morone, E.A. (2012). Is morpho-orthographic segmentation obligatory? Evidence from a new eye-tracking masked-priming paradigm. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 61, 289-290.

Marelli, M., Barbieri, E., Zonca, G., & Luzzatti, C. (2012). Grammatical class, inflectional entropy and imageability effects in picture naming: a multiple single-case study on Italian aphasic patientsProcedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 61, 214-215.

Marelli, M., Traficante, D., Aggujaro, S., Molteni, F., & Luzzatti, C. (2011). Grammatical and semantic effects in reading derived nouns: a study on deep dyslexiaProcedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 23, 69-70.

Barbieri, E., Marelli, M., Zonca, G., Saletta, P., Friedmann, N., & Luzzatti, C. (2011). Three sides of a same coin? An investigation of phonological dyslexia in a group of italian aphasic patients. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 23, 82-83.

Marelli, M., Aggujaro, S., Molteni, F., Zonca, G., & Luzzatti, C. (2010). Headedness and whole-word effects in compound processing: Evidence from neuropsychological studies. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 6, 18-19.