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Differences between native and non-native English listeners in the use of prosodic focus and event structure to anticipate discourse structure and resolve reference
|Title:||Differences between native and non-native English listeners in the use of prosodic focus and event structure to anticipate discourse structure and resolve reference|
|Authors:||Schafer, Amy J.|
|Keywords:||Prosodic analysis (Linguistics)|
|Abstract:||A series of experiments tested discourse processing in native speakers of English and Japanese- and Korean-native adult second-language learners of English. Results from offline (story continuation) and online (visual world) experiments show that both groups can show sensitivity in their processing decisions to prosodic prominence, grammatical aspect, verb bias, and the form of referential expression, but that the groups are not identical, especially in their tendency to generate expectations relevant to co-reference.|
|Description:||Japanese Society for Language Sciences 2017 conference paper|
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