The effects of common ground and perspective on domains of referential interpretation

@inproceedings{Hanna2003TheEO,
  title={The effects of common ground and perspective on domains of referential interpretation},
  author={Joy E. Hanna and Michael K. Tanenhaus and John C. Trueswell},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Addressees’ eye movements were tracked as they followed instructions given by a confederate speaker hidden from view. Experiment 1 used objects in common ground (known to both participants) or privileged ground (known to the addressee). Although privileged objects interfered with reference to an identical object in common ground, addressees were always more likely to look at an object in common ground than privileged ground. Experiment 2 used definite and indefinite referring… CONTINUE READING
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