K. A. Straub

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The authors report 6 self-paced word-by-word reading studies of how morphosyntactic agreement, focus status, and the structural constraints of binding theory apply and interact during the online interpretation of pronouns (e.g., him, her) and anaphors (e.g., himself, each other). Previous studies held that structural conditions on coreference work as(More)
Introduction There is a recurrent view that language processing takes place in a cascade, with grammatical principles acting as an automatic filter on what information is made available to semantic and pragmatic processing mechanisms. Alternatively, one may view grammatical principles and semantic and pragmatic knowledge as applying more or less(More)
This study examines the influence of wh-gaps on the prosodic contour of spoken utterances. A previous study (Nagel, Shapiro, & Nawy, 1994) claimed that the phonological representation of a sentence containing a filler-gap dependency explicitly encodes the location of the syntactic gap. In support of this hypothesis, Nagel et al. presented evidence that the(More)
C. Hinke, M. Böhmer, P. Boutachkov, T. Faestermann, H. Geissel, R. Gernhäuser, M. Górska, A. Gottardo, H. Grawe, J. Grȩbosz, R. Krücken, N. Kurz, Z. Liu, L. Maier, F. Nowacki, S. Pietri, Zs. Podolyák, K. Sieja, K. Steiger, K. Straub, H. Weick, P. J. Woods, N. Al-Dahan, N. Alkhomashi, A. Atac, A. Blazhev, N. Braun, I. Čeliković, T. Davinson, I. Dillmann, C.(More)