Memory-based language processing: psycholinguistic research in the 1990s.

@article{McKoon1998MemorybasedLP,
  title={Memory-based language processing: psycholinguistic research in the 1990s.},
  author={Gail McKoon and Roger Ratcliff},
  journal={Annual review of psychology},
  year={1998},
  volume={49},
  pages={25-42}
}
There are two main domains of research in psycholinguistics: sentence processing, concerned with how the syntactic structures of sentences are computed, and text processing, concerned with how the meanings of larger units of text are understood. In recent sentence processing research, a new and controversial theme is that syntactic computations may rely heavily on statistical information about the relative frequencies with which different syntactic structures occur in the language. In text… CONTINUE READING

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