Psycholinguistic Evidence for Presuppositions: On-line and Off-line Data
AbstractThis paper presents three self-paced reading studies on the processing of presuppositions. In these studies, we investigated the predictions a classical theory of presuppositions would make for the cognitive processing of presuppositions. This concerns mainly the triggering of presuppositions, their verification in a given context and their accommodation in cases where they are not supported by the context. Our studies revealed not only that presuppositions are evaluated on-line, but also that the classical theory of presuppositions makes solid predictions about their processing.
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Tiemann, S., Schmid, M., Bade, N., Rolke, B., Hertrich, I., Ackermann, H., Knapp, J., & Beck, S. (1). Psycholinguistic Evidence for Presuppositions: On-line and Off-line Data. Proceedings of Sinn Und Bedeutung, 15, 581-596. Retrieved from https://ojs.ub.uni-konstanz.de/sub/index.php/sub/article/view/401
Copyright (c) 2019 S. Tiemann, M. Schmid, N. Bade, B. Rolke, I. Hertrich, H. Ackermann, J. Knapp, S. Beck
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