A context constructivist account of contextual diversity

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Word frequency effects have long served as an empirical and theoretical test bed for theories of language processing. Recently, Contextual Diversity (CD) has been proposed as a better metric of retrieval processes than word frequency. Motivated by these findings, we sketch an active account of lexical access during sentence processing: language users store statistics about contextualized lexical r...

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