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<p>There is no video for this poster. Please sign onto Zoom Thursday to discuss!</p> <p><a href="https://ucla.zoom.us/j/676803189" rel="nofollow">https://ucla.zoom.us/j/676803189</a> Meeting ID: 676 803 189</p> <p><strong>Short abstract:</strong></p> <p>We investigate asymmetrical Voice Mismatch effects in VP ellipsis, in which Passive-Active mismatches (<em>John was praised by Mary, and Sue did, too</em>) are reportedly tolerated better than Active-Passive ones. We propose that Passive forms passively activate form-identical lexical representations for Active forms, creating the illusion of a matching antecedent. We make the novel prediction that Passives with morphologically distinct forms from Actives (<em>was driven~drove</em>) do not activate Active counterparts, and are thus less susceptible to interference from lexical competition than those with identical forms (<em>was found~found</em>). A speeded 2AFC acceptability study confirms our predictions.</p>
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