Eye-tracking situated language comprehension: Immediate actor gaze versus recent action events

Abstract

Previous visual world eye-tracking studies have shown that when a sentential verb can refer (via tense information on the verb and on a following time adverb) to either a recent and a future action event performed by an actor, people inspected the target of the recent event more often than the (different) target of the future event. This ’recent event… (More)

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