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# Project outline for 2008_9 # **Keywords:** Implicit causality **Overview:** Implicit causality judgments for a comprehensive set of English emotion ("psych") verbs. ------------------------------------ **Publications:** 1. Hartshorne, Joshua K. & Jesse Snedeker (2013). Verb argument structure predicts implicit causality: The advantages of finer-grained semantics. Language and Cognitive Processes, 28(10), 1474-1508. Experiment 2. **Team:** 1. Joshua Hartshorne 2. Jesse Snedeker **Data Collection:** 2008-2010 (progenitor to **Description** Participants were recruited and tested online through 1,025 participants (mean age=30, SD=13) completed the experiment and were native English speakers, and reported not having participated in the experiment previously. Participants were presented with 24 sentences of the form "Sally VERBs Mary because she is a dax" and judged who the pronoun referred to. The names of the subject and object were each drawn without replaced from a list of 35 common female names (separate lists for subjects and objects). 12 sentences for each subject involved verbs from class 31.1 (frighten, surprise) and 12 were from class 31.2 (fear, love). Which verbs were randomized across subjects. Since there are more in class 31.1, there are fewer judgments per verb for that class. **Notes:**
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