German Sentence Processing

Overview

The German language offers a variety of possibilities for asking and answering new questions in psycholinguistic sentence comprehension research. The collection of papers in this volume contributes to the increasingly relevant crosslinguistic comparison of mechanisms of human sentence processing. The topics covered are incremental structure assembly, on-line ambiguity resolution, and phonological, contextual, and working memory aspects of reanalysis.
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Overview

The German language offers a variety of possibilities for asking and answering new questions in psycholinguistic sentence comprehension research. The collection of papers in this volume contributes to the increasingly relevant crosslinguistic comparison of mechanisms of human sentence processing. The topics covered are incremental structure assembly, on-line ambiguity resolution, and phonological, contextual, and working memory aspects of reanalysis.
The new theoretical and experimental insights presented in this volume should be of great interest to linguists and psychologists working on human language comprehension. The introductory information provided by the authors makes the volume easily accessible to advanced students.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789048153732
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/3/2010
  • Series: Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics Series , #24
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 322
  • Product dimensions: 0.70 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 6.14 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface; L. Frazier. Acknowledgements. Cognitive Parsing in German: An Introduction; B. Hemforth, L. Konieczny. The Subject-Before-Object Preference in German Clauses; P. Gorrell. The Subject Preference in the Processing of Locally Ambiguous WH-Questions in German; M. Schlesewsky, et al. Linking Syntactic Functions with Thematic Roles: Psych-Verbs and the Resolution of Subject-Object Ambiguity; C. Scheepers, et al. Referential Biases in Syntactic Attachment; L. Konieczny, N. Völker. Modifier Attachment: Relative Clauses and Coordinations; B. Hemforth, et al. On Reanalysis: Evidence from German; M. Bader. Head Position and Clause Boundary Effects in Reanalysis; L. Konieczny, et al. Subject-Verb Agreement in German: Evidence From Production and Comprehension Experiments; C. Hölscher, B. Hemforth. Author Index. Subject Index.

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