Thinking ahead has its limits: Structural prediction with correlative and quantificational 'both'

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Expressions such as "either" can be used in a correlative structure ("either...or") or as a quantifier ("either student"). Previous research found that sentence-initial correlative "either" facilitated coordination processing by generating a prediction for clausal coordination. This prediction appeared even for quantificational uses. In the present study, a self-paced experiment found that correla...

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