By Matthew W. Crocker, Martin Pickering, Charles Clifton Jr
The architectures and mechanisms underlying language processing shape one very important a part of the overall constitution of cognition. This publication, written by way of prime specialists within the box, brings jointly linguistic, mental, and computational views on many of the basic concerns. numerous normal introductory chapters provide overviews on vital psycholinguistic examine frameworks and spotlight either shared assumptions and arguable matters. next chapters discover syntactic and lexical mechanisms, the interplay of syntax and semantics in language realizing, and the consequences for cognitive structure.
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1. Reading time (deviation from time predicted as a linear function of region length, ms), disambiguating region of disambiguated adverb interpretation and adjunct predication sentences. strength with which different structures are represented in memory" just won't do as a complete theory of parsing. Something more interesting than that is going on. 2 Her Disambiguation Consider another example of a dissociation between offline preferences and online parsing difficulty, coming from processing of the personal pronoun her.
Rayner's work with various colleagues on eyetracking during the reading of lexically ambiguous words is a paradigm example of research based on this notion (Duffy, Morris, & Rayner, 1988; Rayner & Duffy, 1986; Rayner & Frazier, 1989; see Rayner & Sereno, 1994). Words that are used about equally often in their two meanings are read more slowly than words that are more frequent with one meaning than another. Prior context can change this relation, speeding the reading of equibiased words and slowing the reading of a word whose context forces a normally dispreferred meaning.
Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing by Matthew W. Crocker, Martin Pickering, Charles Clifton Jr