The time course of argument reactivation revealed: using the visual world paradigm.

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Previous research has found that the single argument of unaccusative verbs (such as fall) is reactivated during sentence processing, but the argument of agentive verbs (such as jump) is not (Bever & Sanz, 1997; Friedmann, Taranto, Shapiro, & Swinney, 2008). An open question so far was whether this difference in processing is caused by a difference in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2012.02.011

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@article{Koring2012TheTC, title={The time course of argument reactivation revealed: using the visual world paradigm.}, author={Loes Koring and Pim Mak and Eric Reuland}, journal={Cognition}, year={2012}, volume={123 3}, pages={361-79} }