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Two eye-tracking experiments examined linguistic gender effects in non-native spoken-word recognition. French participants, who knew German well, followed spoken instructions in German to click on pictures on a computer screen (e.g., Wo befindet sich die Perle, " where is the pearl ") while their eye movements were monitored. The name of the target picture(More)
We present a computational model of the influence of lexico-syntactic gender on spoken-word recognition, and demonstrate the ability of the model to account for relevant findings obtained with eye tracking (Dahan, Swingley, Tanenhaus, & Magnuson, 2000). The model is a Simple Recurrent Network (Elman, 1990) trained on article-noun phrases input(More)
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