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On the give and take between event apprehension and utterance formulation.
Two experiments are reported which examine how manipulations of visual attention affect speakers' linguistic choices regarding word order, verb use and syntactic structure when describing simpleExpand
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Co-localization of Stroop and Syntactic Ambiguity Resolution in Broca's Area: Implications for the Neural Basis of Sentence Processing
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We use functional magnetic resonance imaging to test the hypothesis that individuals use shared prefrontal neural circuitry during two very different tasks—color identification under Stroop conflict and sentence comprehension under conditions of syntactic ambiguity—both of which putatively rely on cognitive control processes. Expand
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Re-evaluating evidence for linguistic relativity: Reply to Boroditsky (2001)
Six unsuccessful attempts at replicating a key finding in the linguistic relativity literature [Boroditsky, L. (2001). Does language shape thought?: Mandarin and English speakers' conceptions ofExpand
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Brief article Re-evaluating evidence for linguistic relativity: Reply to Boroditsky (2001) q
Six unsuccessful attempts at replicating a key finding in the linguistic relativity literature [Boroditsky, L. (2001). Does language shape thought?: Mandarin and English speakers’ conceptions ofExpand
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Spatial Language and Temporal Cognition
David January Swarthmore College December 10,2002
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Paying Attention to Attention: Perceptual Priming Effects on Word Order
Paying Attention to Attention: Perceptual Priming Effects on Word Order Rebecca Nappa (nappa@sas.upenn.edu) Department of Psychology, 3401 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19104 USA David JanuaryExpand
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Competition in sentence comprehension