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A clustering approach to grammaticalization and related changes
It has long been recognized that many instances of change that have been discussed within the framework of grammaticalization studies notoriously defy categorization, for instance because they share properties of ...
Towards the Quantification of Peggy Babcock: Speech Errors and Their Position within the Word
Sequences of similar (i.e., partially identical) words can be hard to say, as indicated by error frequencies, longer reaction and execution times. This study investigates the role of the location of this partial identity ...
The Form of Morphemes: MEG Evidence From Masked Priming of Two Hebrew Templates
Studies of lexical access have benefited from comparisons between languages like English, which shows concatenative morphology, and Semitic languages showing non-concatenative morphology of roots and patterns. Morphological ...
Self-embedding and complexity in oral registers
This article reports the results of a study on the self-embedding depth of nominal, verbal and clausal projections in spoken corpora of German. We compared two spoken registers featuring public and non-public (i.e. private) ...
Units of Language Mixing
A Cross-Linguistic Perspective
Language mixing is a ubiquitous phenomenon characterizing bilingual speakers. A frequent context where two languages are mixed is the word-internal level, demonstrating how tightly integrated the two grammars are in the ...
Everyday Language Exposure Shapes Prediction of Specific Words in Listening Comprehension: A Visual World Eye-Tracking Study
We investigated the effects of everyday language exposure on the prediction of orthographic and phonological forms of a highly predictable word during listening comprehension. Native Japanese speakers in Tokyo (Experiment ...
Die Phonetik von äh und ähm
Akustische Variation von Füllpartikeln im Deutschen
In diesem Open-Access-Buch wird untersucht, welche akustischen Eigenschaften Füllpartikeln wie äh und ähm in spontansprachlichen Dialogen des Deutschen zeigen und welche linguistischen Kontexte dabei auf welche Weise ihre ...
Another look at the online processing of scalar inferences
An investigation of conflicting findings from visual-world eye-tracking studies
Previous psycholinguistic studies that compared the time course of interpretation for pragmatic some and literal all have returned mixed results. In particular, a delayed pragmatic some has been found in some studies but ...