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ArtikelSemantic influences on pronoun assignment in aphasia  
Oleh: Grober, Ellen ; Kellar, Lucia
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Applied Psycholinguistics vol. 2 no. 3 (Aug. 1981), page 253-268.
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Isi artikelSemantic factors affecting pronoun assignment were studied in a group of aphasic patients. Their ability to assign reference in sentences of the type John telephoned Bill because he needed some information was facilitated by the causal bias of the main verb known to influence the direction of pronoun assignment in normal speakers. The addition of gender constraints (e.g., John telephoned Sue because he needed some information) improved their performance as well. Explicit mention of the referent's name (e.g., John telephoned Bill because John needed some information) did not improve performance any more than did the addition of gender constraints. When these cues were eliminated so that pronoun assignment required a full syntactic analysis, their performance dropped to chance.
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