Anticipatory baseline effects and information integration in visual world studies.

@article{Barr2011AnticipatoryBE,
  title={Anticipatory baseline effects and information integration in visual world studies.},
  author={Dale J. Barr and Timothy M. Gann and Russell S. Pierce},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2011},
  volume={137 2},
  pages={201-7}
}
Researchers often conduct visual world studies to investigate how listeners integrate linguistic information with prior context. Such studies are likely to generate anticipatory baseline effects (ABEs), differences in listeners' expectations about what a speaker might mention that exist before a critical speech stimulus is presented. ABEs show that listeners have attended to and accessed prior contextual information in time to influence the processing of the critical speech stimulus. However… CONTINUE READING
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