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ERIC Number: ED184343
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 447
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Sentence Processing: Psycholinguistic Studies Presented to Merrill Garrett.
Cooper, William E., Ed.; Walker, Edward C. T., Ed.
The chapters in this volume represent a type of current psycholinguistic research that focuses both on the nature of human information processing and the coding of linguistic structure. The chapters and authors are as follows: (1) "The Wherefores and Therefores of the Competence-Performance Distinction," by V. Valian; (2) "Levels of Processing and the Structure of the Language Processor," by K.I. Forster; (3) "Time-Compressed Speech and the Study of Lexical and Syntactic Processing," by M. Chodorow; (4) "Monitoring Sentence Comprehension," by a Cutler and D. Norris; (5) "Intonation and Ambiguity," by R. Wales and H. Toner; (6) "Perceptual Mechanisms and Formal Properties of Main and Subordinate Clauses," by T. Bever and D. Townsend; (7) "Some Hypotheses About Syntactic Processing in Sentence Comprehension," by V. M. Holmes; (8) "Superstrategy," by J. Fodor; (9) "Role of Efference Monitoring in the Detection of Self-Produced Speech Errors," by J. Lackner and B. Tuller; (10) "Speech Errors as Evidence for a Serial-Ordering Mechanism in Sentence Production," by S. Shattuck-Hufnagel; (11) "'Like' Syntax," by J. Ross and W. Cooper; and (12) "Three Cheers for Propositional Attitudes (Some Reflections on D.C. Dennett's 'Intentional Systems')," by J.A. Fodor. (AMH)
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Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Language: English
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