An information-theoretic buffer supports language processing

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People have the capability to process text three times faster than they would naturally read it, yet many current theories of sentence processing rely on natural reading times as a proxy for processing difficulty. How can people read material so quickly in spite of information processing limitations? We conducted a novel self-paced rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) experiment to probe for se...

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