Ambiguity Resolution in Sentence Processing : The Role of Lexical and Contextual Information

@inproceedings{Papadopoulou2006AmbiguityRI,
  title={Ambiguity Resolution in Sentence Processing : The Role of Lexical and Contextual Information},
  author={D. Papadopoulou and Harald Clahsen},
  year={2006}
}
This study investigates how the parser employs thematic and contextual information in resolving temporary ambiguities during sentence processing. We report results from a sentence-completion task and from a self-paced reading experiment with native speakers of Greek examining two constructions under different referential context conditions: relative clauses (RCs) preceded by complex noun phrases with genitives [NP1+NP2Gen] and RCs preceded by complex noun phrases containing prepositional… CONTINUE READING

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