Lingue e linguaggio aims at exploring the latest developments of theoretical linguistics, paying particular attention to its closest neighbouring disciplines: psychology, neuroscience, computer science and cognitive sciences in general. The journal is devoted primarily to the theoretical study of language; nevertheless it is also interested to other issues in linguistics such as the evolution and acquisition of language, the historical development of linguistic categories, linguistic typology, etc. The journal seeks to present data and results drawing researchers' attention in the various domains of linguistics both from a theoretical and from an applied point of view.Lingue e linguaggio does not favour any theoretical or methodological standpoint: original contributions in all sectors of linguistics (and related fields) will be evaluated for publication. Each article will be examined by no less than two anonymous referees appointed by the editors.
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