A new argument for co-active parses during language comprehension

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We investigated the nature of trial-to-trial variability in the ambiguity advantage (AA) effect. We presented participants with relative clause attachment ambiguities using a speeded grammaticality judgment task. Binary grammaticality ratings were collected, along with a 3-point confidence rating. From these measures, empirical receiver operating characteristics (ROCs) were calculated. We replicat...

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