Priming Children's Interpretation of Globally Ambiguous Sentences

  1. Natalie Bloss
  2. Sofia Johnson
  3. Carolina Jones

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A growing body of work has demonstrated that children, like adults, can be primed to produce sentences with a particular structure (e.g., [1-2]). These priming studies have focused on sentence structures with very similar meanings (e.g., active vs. passive, prepositional object vs. double object datives). It is unclear, however, whether a particular interpretation can be primed when a sentence is ...


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