Upyong Hong

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The neural responses of Korean speakers were recorded while they read sentences that included local semantic mismatch between adjectives (A) and nouns (N) or/and global semantic mismatch between object nouns (N) and verbs (V), as well as the corresponding control sentences without any semantic anomalies. In Experiment 1 using verb-final declarative(More)
The discussion of whether the role information encoded by verbs is anticipatorily used in sentence comprehension apart from the world knowledge in the context has been a while. However, in head-initial languages like English, it is difficult to tell apart the use of lexical information like verbs from that of world knowledge information because roles(More)
1 We investigated how closely speakers' production preferences were interconnected with comprehenders' processing difficulty, using dative sentences in Korean, based on the behavioral data that we obtained from a production study and an eye-tracking reading study, respectively. In both studies, we tested the long-before-short preference such that long(More)
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