Bridgette DeCot

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Recent evidence shows tense-response compatibility effects only when the task relates to sentence tense (Ulrich & Maienborn, 2010). In two eye-tracking experiments, we investigated tense-response compatibility effects. In our first experiment (E1, where sentence tense was relevant to the task) we found compatibility effects at the beginning of the sentence(More)
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