We report the results from three experiments investigating German speakers' agreement pref-erences with complex subjects joined by the correlative conjunctions sowohl…als auch ('both…and'), weder…noch ('neither…nor') or entweder…oder ('either…or'). We examine to what extent conjunction type and a conjunct's relative proximity to the verb affect the acceptability and processibility of singular vs. plural agreement.
The components of this project entail the experimental stimuli used for data collection, the data collected and cleaned for analysis (i.e., errors removed), and the R script used for statistical analysis.
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