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Phrase Structure Priming Across Sentences: Facilitation or Reconfiguration?

@article{Frazer2011PhraseSP,
  title={Phrase Structure Priming Across Sentences: Facilitation or Reconfiguration?},
  author={Alexandra Frazer and P. O'Seaghdha},
  journal={Cognitive Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={33}
}
Phrase Structure Priming Across Sentences: Facilitation or Reconfiguration? Alexandra K. Frazer (akf207@lehigh.edu) Department of Psychology, Lehigh University USA Padraig G. O’Seaghdha (pat.oseaghdha@lehigh.edu) Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science Program, Lehigh University, USA Abstract Structural priming, the tendency for speakers to reuse the structures of recent utterances (Bock, 1986) or to produce repeated structures more fluently, is well documented for structural selection… Expand
Lexical and Syntactic Influences on Structural Selection in Language Production.

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