THE INFLUENCE OF CANONICAL WORD ORDER ON STRUCTURAL PROCESSING

@inproceedings{Love2003THEIO,
  title={THE INFLUENCE OF CANONICAL WORD ORDER ON STRUCTURAL PROCESSING},
  author={Tracy Love and David Swinney},
  year={2003}
}
Language comprehension is something that humans perform rapidly, effortlessly, and typically without conscious thought. However, underlying this reflexive behavior there exists a multitude of processes at each of a number of different levels of analysis (spanning from basic phoneme discrimination to speech segmentation, to lexical access, to structural analysis, to discourse-level processing, etc.), processes that must be understood in detail if we are to have an accurate model of comprehension… CONTINUE READING

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