Conflicting cues and competition in subject – verb agreement

@inproceedings{Haskella2002ConflictingCA,
  title={Conflicting cues and competition in subject – verb agreement},
  author={Todd R. Haskella and Maryellen C. MacDonaldb},
  year={2002}
}
  • Todd R. Haskella, Maryellen C. MacDonaldb
  • Published 2002
Traditional theories of agreement production assume that verb agreement is an essentially syntactic process. However, recent work shows that agreement is subject to a variety of influences both syntactic and non-syntactic, which raises the question of how these different sources of information are integrated during agreement production. We propose an account of agreement production in which several information sources contribute activation to singular and plural verb forms. Conflict between… CONTINUE READING

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