Investigating the role of context in comprehension using topical surprisal: An fMRI study

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Poster A41 We are happy to answer questions via Zoom, through the comments bubble in OSF (upper-right hand corner), or you can email us at shohini@umd.edu. Under the Files section, you will find a video spiel along with a pdf version of the poster and abstract. Introduction The notion of surprisal from information theory has been very prevalent in psycholinguistic modeling, following the work of...

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