The P600 for singular 'they': How the brain reacts when John decides to treat themselves to sushi

  1. Joanna Morris

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We ran an ERP study looking at the processing effort for singular ‘they’ for four kinds of singular antecedents: specific unambiguous gender (John vs John and Mary), specific ambiguous gender (the participant vs the participants), generic unambiguous gender (some man vs some men) and generic ambiguous gender (someone vs some people). We found a P600 for specific antecedents with unambiguous gener ...


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