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  1. On Glasses Half Full or Half Empty: Understanding Framing Effects in Terms of Default Implicatures.María Caamaño-Alegre - 2021 - Synthese 199 (3-4):11133-11159.
    The variations in how subjects respond to positively or negatively framed descriptions of the same issue have received attention from social science research, where, nevertheless, a naïve understanding of speech interpretation has undermined the different explanations offered. The present paper explores the semantic-pragmatic side of framing effects and provides a unifying explanation of this phenomenon in terms of a combined effect of pragmatic presuppositions and default implicatures. The paper contributes to a more comprehensive understanding of representations and cognitive processes involved (...)
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