Grammatical and nongrammatical contributions to closed-class word selection.

Abstract

Closed-class word selection was investigated by focusing on determiner production. Native speakers from three different languages named pictures of objects using determiner plus noun phrases (e.g., in French "la table" [the-sub(feminineA) table], while ignoring distractor determiners printed on the pictures (e.g., "le" [the-sub(masculine)]. The target and… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/0278-7393.34.4.960

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