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Eytan Zweig is a semanticist with an interest in formal semantics and in the application of psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic methods to theoretical linguistics. He obtained his first degree in English at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and his PhD in Linguistics at New York University.
Main research interests are formal semantics and neurolinguistics. In semantics, he focuses on how different types of quantification interact with each other. His recent dissertation from New York University deals with disentangling the semantic and pragmatic contributions of noun plurality to sentence meaning. Recent work in neurolinguistics involves the use of neuroimaging techniques to further the understanding of morphological processing during reading.