Working memory contributions to relative clause attachment processing: a hierarchical linear modeling analysis.

@article{Traxler2007WorkingMC,
  title={Working memory contributions to relative clause attachment processing: a hierarchical linear modeling analysis.},
  author={Matthew J. Traxler},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2007},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={1107-21}
}
An eye-movement-monitoring experiment tested readers' responses to sentences containing relative clauses that could be attached to one or both of two preceding nouns. Previous experiments with such sentences have indicated that globally ambiguous relative clauses are processed more quickly than are determinately attached relative clauses. Central to the present research, a recent study (Swets, Desmet, Hambrick, & Ferreira, 2007) showed that offline preferences for such sentences differ as a… CONTINUE READING

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