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Lexical and Syntactic Influences on Structural Selection in Language Production.

@inproceedings{Frazer2016LexicalAS,
  title={Lexical and Syntactic Influences on Structural Selection in Language Production.},
  author={Alexandra Frazer},
  year={2016}
}
Structure In abstract structural accounts of production, speakers abstractly represent structural frames. Importantly, these frames are “abstract” in that they are not directly associated with or dependent on specific lexical items (Konopka & Bock, 2009). Support for this idea has come from research showing that as language production proceeds from a non-linguistic to a linguistic representation, syntax is at least partly isolable from both the levels of meaning and sound (Bock, 1986; Bock… Expand

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