Lexical prediction in language comprehension: a replication study of grammatical gender effects in Dutch

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An important question in predictive language processing is the extent to which prediction effects can reliably be measured on pre-nominal material (e.g., articles before nouns). Here, we present a close replication of a study by Otten and van Berkum [2009, Does working memory capacity affect the ability to predict upcoming words in discourse? Brain Research, 1291, 92–101. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2...

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  • Lexical prediction in language comprehension: a replication study of grammatical gender effects in Dutch

    [This is a postprint/accepted version of the manuscript. It is now published: https://doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2018.1524500 . Please cite the publish...

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