Manual Response Dynamics Reflect Rapid Integration of Intonational Information during Reference Resolution

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Description: Pilot study to explore mousetracking for prosody-based reference resolution: Roettger, Timo B. & Stoeber, Mathias (accepted). Manual Response dynamics reflect rapid integration of intonational information during reference resolution. Proceedings of 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. London: Cognitive Science Society.

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