U6, Piano: III, Stanza: UFFICIO 3034
Piazza dell'Ateneo Nuovo 1 - 20126 MILANO
Associate professor
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Tuesday 12:30.

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My research focuses on how language conveys temporal information and on how short term memory resources and executive functions influence the processing of linguistic information. In our studies we make use of implicit and explicit behavioral measures with both typically and atypically developing children and with adults. I am member of international research projects.


  • Arosio, F., Persici, V., & Pagliarini, E. (2020). Processing of object clitics in Italian monolingual children.. In A. Cardinaletti, C.G. Branchini, & F. Volpato (a cura di), Language Acquisition , Processing and Bilingualism. Selected Papers from the Romance Turn VII (pp. 94-131). Stratford upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Giustolisi, B., Guasti, M., Nicastri, M., Mancini, P., Palma, S., Genovese, E., et al. (2020). Production of third-person direct object clitics in children with cochlear implants speaking Italian. CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS, 1-15-15.
  • Guasti, M., White, M., Bianco, G., Arosio, F., Camilleri, B., & Hasson, N. (2020). Two clinical markers for DLD in monolingual Italian speakers: what can they tell us about second language learners with DLD?. CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS, 1-18.
  • Arosio, F., & Guasti, M. (2019). The production of wh-questions in italian-speaking children with SLI. CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS, 33(4), 349-375.
  • Arosio, F. (2019). Tense, Aspect and Temporal Homogeneity. Tübingen Library Publishing.