Neuter is not Common in Dutch: Eye Movements Reveal Asymmetrical Gender Processing

@article{Loerts2013NeuterIN,
  title={Neuter is not Common in Dutch: Eye Movements Reveal Asymmetrical Gender Processing},
  author={Hanneke Loerts and Martijn Wieling and M. Schmid},
  journal={Journal of Psycholinguistic Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={42},
  pages={551-570}
}
Native speakers of languages with transparent gender systems can use gender cues to anticipate upcoming words. To examine whether this also holds true for a non-transparent two-way gender system, i.e. Dutch, eye movements were monitored as participants followed spoken instructions to click on one of four displayed items on a screen (e.g., Klik op$$de_{COM}$$rode appel$$_{COM}$$, ‘Click on the$$_\mathrm{COM}$$ red apple$$_\mathrm{COM}$$’). The items contained the target, a colour- and/or gender… Expand
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