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Title: On the processing of relative clauses in Chinese as a second language: An eye-tracking study
Authors: 杜容玥
Tu, Jung-Yueh
Cha, Jih-Ho
Wu, Min-Da
Sung, Yao-Ting
Contributors: 華文碩
Keywords: canonical word order; Chinese relative clauses;demonstrative-classifier; filler-gap; linear distance;perspective shift; psycholinguistic theories; second language processing; structural distance;subject preference
Date: 2014-08
Issue Date: 2020-12-16 15:19:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This project investigates second language (L2) learners’ processing of four types of Chinese relative clauses crossing extraction types and demonstrative-classifier (DCl) positions. Using a word order judgment task with a whole-sentence reading technique, the study also discusses how psycholinguistic theories bear explanatory power in L2 data. An overall preference for DClfirst structures and an advantage of DCl-subject relative clauses over the other three structures were found. Results were largely compatible with the filler-gap domain theory and indicated a weak subject-gap advantage. These motivations are subject to influences from other factors, and a multi-constraint proposal was proposed.
Relation: The 3rd International Conference on Chinese as a Second Language Research, University of Parma
Data Type: conference
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