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Reanalysis in sentence processing

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psycholinguistics,
  • Grammar, Comparative and general

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Janet Dean Fodor and Fernanda Ferreira.
    SeriesStudies in theoretical psycholinguistics ;, v. 21
    ContributionsFodor, Janet Dean., Ferreira, Fernanda.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP37 .R38 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 412 p. ;
    Number of Pages412
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL361252M
    ISBN 100792350995
    LC Control Number98021371

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    BibTeX @MISC{Gompel01reanalysisin, author = {Roger P. G. Van Gompel and Martin J. Pickering and Matthew J. Traxler}, title = { Reanalysis in sentence processing. Evidence against current constraint-based and two-stage models}, year = {}}. The present study investigated the neural correlates of processing passive and active sentences in English, using a sentence-picture verification task to probe comprehension. This task was selected in order to maximize demands on thematic mapping and reanalysis processes by requiring the participant to integrate the linguistic representation Cited by:


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The topic addressed in this volume lies within the study of sentence processing, which is one of the major divisions of psycholinguistics. The goal has been to understand the structure and functioning of the mental mechanisms involved in sentence comprehension.

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Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it Price: $ The topic addressed in this volume lies within the study of sentence processing, which is one of the major divisions of psycholinguistics.

The goal has been to understand the structure and functioning of the mental mechanisms involved in sentence comprehension. Reanalysis in Sentence Processing by J. Fodor,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Reanalysis in Sentence Processing.

por. Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics (Book 21) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Netherlands. PDF | In this paper we discuss an asymmetry in the Case system of German and its implications for human sentence processing: the asymmetry between | Find, read and cite all the research you.

Examples of how to use “reanalysis” in a sentence from the Cambridge Dictionary Labs. Reanalysis in sentence processing: Evidence against current constraint-based and two-stage models.

/ Van Gompel, Roger P.g.; Pickering, Martin J.; Traxler, Matthew J Cited by: Fernanda Ferreira, Derya Çokal, in Neurobiology of Language, Conclusion. The field of sentence processing has changed significantly since the s. Current models emphasize more detailed, context-specific information such as speaker, and there is a great deal of interest in mechanisms that allow the input to be rationally evaluated and corrected.

The sentence processing system then goes into “reanalysis mode,” attempting to adjust the syntactic structure that has been built to create a grammatical analysis (Ferreira and Henderson,Fodor and Ferreira,Fodor and Inoue, ).

Ease of reanalysis depends on the extent to which the sentence processing system can find lexical. This book is the first to provide a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of this important field. It contains 10 chapters written by world-leading experts, which discuss influential theories of sentence processing and important experimental evidence, with a focus on recent developments in the area.

Second, reanalysis processes do not benefit from being able to save a particular thematic role label for a phrase; what matters is the relationship between thematic role and theta-assigner.

Third, the presence of an object versus a subject relative clause in the ambiguous phrase of a garden-path sentence makes reanalysis by: Reanalysis in Sentence Processing: Evidence against Current Constraint-Based and Two-Stage Models Article in Journal of Memory and Language 45(2) August with Reads.

of sentence processing, plug in the grammar of some other language, and obtain the correct theory of the processing of that language.

To the extent that this is so, the theory is in fact a theory of human sentence comprehen- sion, and not merely a theory of the processing of English. And, if it shouldFile Size: 3MB. A garden path sentence is a grammatically correct sentence that starts in such a way that a reader's most likely interpretation will be incorrect; the reader is lured into a parse that turns out to be a dead end.

Garden path sentences are used in psycholinguistics to illustrate the fact that when human beings read, they process language one word at a time. Sentence processing, however, is concerned with language users' behavior. The parser (or (PP)-attachment ambiguity in (2) for the sentence "John bought the book for Susan".

2 a) b) (2) In 2a, the meaning of the sentence would be interpreted as "John bought the specific book for Susan" (nominal complement), whereas in 2b the meaning would be File Size: 71KB. Suh, Sungki. Reanalysis in sentence processing: Rebuilding or repair. Language Research 38(4), This paper concerns the distinction between rebuilding and repair in the process of reanalysis in sentence processing.

Fodor and Inoue (, )Author: Sungki Suh. Buy German Sentence Processing (Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics Book 24): Read Books Reviews. Sentence processing and reanalysis in non-native speakers () Hiroki Fujita (Language Learning Dissertation Grant) This project, funded by a Language Learning Dissertation Grant, examined the reanalysis processes in non-native (L2) English speakers that may occur when reading temporarily ambiguous sentences.

For example, a sentence like “After Mary dressed the baby laughed happily”.A garden-path sentence is a grammatically correct sentence that starts in such a way that a reader's most likely interpretation will be incorrect; the reader is lured into a parse that turns out to be a dead end or yields a clearly unintended meaning.

"Garden path" refers to the saying "to be led down [or up] the garden path", meaning to be deceived, tricked, or seduced.Reanalysis in Sentence Processing: Evidence against Current Constraint-Based and Two-Stage Models.