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<p>Based on our previous experiments, we expect people to be better at addressing statements to an agent in the indirect speech condition than in the direct speech condition. The additional information with respect to the agents will make it easier to create a (richer) mental representation of them. Therefore, we expect to find an effect of speech on the number of correctly addressed statements based on the name of the agent. We also expect to find an effect of speech on the number of correctly addressed statements based on the gender of the agent, like in Exp 1 and Exp 2. This effect is thought to be larger than in Exp 1 (d = .39) and Exp 2 (d = .37). With respect to the level of transportation, we expect higher scores for those in the indirect as compared to the direct speech condition. This hypothesis is also based on our previous findings.</p>
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