The manuscript that we finished: structural separation reduces the cost of complement coercion.

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Two eye-tracking experiments examined the effects of sentence structure on the processing of complement coercion, in which an event-selecting verb combines with a complement that represents an entity (e.g., began the memo). Previous work has demonstrated that these expressions impose a processing cost, which has been attributed to the need to type-shift the… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/xlm0000042

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