Switching between Noun and Verb Agreement Rules Comes at a Cost: Cross-sectional and Interventional Studies in a Developmental Sample

  • M. VAN REYBROECK, M.-A. SCHELSTRAETE, M. HUPET, A. SZMALEC
  • Published 2015

Abstract

This study clarifies the impact of switching context between noun and verb number agreement rules in written language production. In Experiment 1, children from grade 3 to 6 were asked to fill in sentences with nouns and verbs in either a switching condition (noun followed by verb) or a repeating condition (noun followed by noun). The results showed that… (More)

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@inproceedings{REYBROECK2015SwitchingBN, title={Switching between Noun and Verb Agreement Rules Comes at a Cost: Cross-sectional and Interventional Studies in a Developmental Sample}, author={M. VAN REYBROECK and M.-A. SCHELSTRAETE and M. HUPET and A. SZMALEC}, year={2015} }