Examining behavioral and electrophysiological coherence in a construction demonstrating gradient acceptability

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Abstract: Current psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic research has separately shown that gradience exists in both explicit acceptability judgments and implicit neurolinguistic responses collected from electroencephalogram (EEG) (Sprouse et al. 2013; Gouvea et al. 2010). Typically, these two data types are collected and analyzed separately (Gouvea et al. 2010; Tanner 2019). This experiment’s aim ...

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