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Title: Comprehension of underspecified iterative meaning in Japanese
Authors: 賴瑶鍈
Lai, Yao-Ying
Makuuchi, Michiru
Piñango, Maria Mercedes
Sakai, Hiromu
Contributors: 語言所
Keywords: sentence processing;aspectual coercion;underspecification;partition measure;self-paced reading;Japanese
Date: 2019-07
Issue Date: 2020-07-15 14:55:52 (UTC+8)
Abstract: We examine the processing of underspecified iterative meaning in sentences like “The athlete jumped for 20 minutes” in Japanese, crossing two verb types (Punctual: jump / Durative: jog) and the length of the intervals denoted by for-adverbials (Short: ten minutes / Long: a year). Additionally, we investigate the impact of individuals’ autistic tendency (AQ) during sentence comprehension. We found that the naturalness of sentences decreased as a function of meaning uncertainty. The self-paced reading experiment showed that sentences with underspecified meaning engendered longer reading times regardless of verb type, and that individuals with higher AQ scores (> low-AQ) stayed longer at the sentence-final region.
Relation: IEICE Technical Report, MAPLL-TCP-TL, pp.101-106
Data Type: conference
Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute of Linguistics] Proceedings

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