Leonoor Oversteegen

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In a series of experiments conducted with Dutch native speakers, we explored systematic size/power sound-symbolic associations in novel and existing words. In Experiment 1 (N = 64), participants associated vowel-intrinsic fundamental frequency with size/power, disregarding the modality of stimuli presentation (spoken, written), but depending on the lexical(More)
This paper gives an analysis of the connective while and the way it functions in context, based on a study of a set of while-clauses in two di erent text types. I propose to view while as one connective with a basic meaning and a number of di erent surface realizations. I show that di erent interpretations of while are subject to constraints coming from di(More)
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