Ira A. Noveck

CNRS, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Reasoning, Experimental Pragmatics
"Ira Noveck"
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Martin Braine grad student CNRS
David O'Brien grad student NYU
Dan Sperber grad student CNRS


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Jerome Prado grad student 2004-2007 CNRS
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Goel V, Navarrete G, Noveck IA, et al. (2016) Editorial: The Reasoning Brain: The Interplay between Cognitive Neuroscience and Theories of Reasoning. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10: 673
Prado J, Spotorno N, Koun E, et al. (2015) Neural interaction between logical reasoning and pragmatic processing in narrative discourse. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 692-704
Spotorno N, Noveck IA. (2014) When is irony effortful? Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 1649-65
Kronmüller E, Morisseau T, Noveck IA. (2014) Show me the pragmatic contribution: a developmental investigation of contrastive inference. Journal of Child Language. 41: 985-1014
Spotorno N, Cheylus A, Van Der Henst JB, et al. (2013) What's behind a P600? Integration operations during irony processing. Plos One. 8: e66839
Bonnefond M, Noveck I, Baillet S, et al. (2013) What MEG can reveal about inference making: the case of if...then sentences. Human Brain Mapping. 34: 684-97
Spotorno N, Koun E, Prado J, et al. (2012) Neural evidence that utterance-processing entails mentalizing: the case of irony. Neuroimage. 63: 25-39
Noveck I, Sperber D. (2012) The why and how of experimental pragmatics: The case of 'scalar inferences' Meaning and Relevance. 307-330
Bonnefond M, Van der Henst JB, Gougain M, et al. (2012) How pragmatic interpretations arise from conditionals: Profiling the Affirmation of the Consequent argument with reaction time and EEG measures Journal of Memory and Language
Chevallier C, Noveck I, Happé F, et al. (2011) What's in a voice? Prosody as a test case for the Theory of Mind account of autism. Neuropsychologia. 49: 507-17
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