Referential precedents in spoken language comprehension: a review and meta-analysis
Kronmüller, Edmundo; Barr, Dale J.;
Listeners’ interpretations of referring expressions are influenced by referential\ud precedents—temporary conventions established in a discourse that associate linguistic\ud expressions with referents. A number of psycholinguistic studies have investigated how\ud much p... View more
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