A pre-registered large-sample investigation of similarity-based interference in English, German and Russian

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In this talk, we present a pre-registered, large-sample study of proactive similarity-based interference in three languages: English, German, and Russian. We adopt van Dyke and McElree (2006)’s dual task paradigm, and used eye-tracking-while-reading data as our online processing measure. We ask whether list items held in working memory interfere with dependency formation during online processing. ...

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