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Supplementary Materials

Reference Type:
Article in journal
Author:
Bencini, Giulia / C., Semenza / Biundo, R.
Title:
Subject drop in Italian Alzheimer's disease
Series:
Brain and Language
Volume:
95
Page(s):
133-134
Year:
2005
Notes:
Language Acquisition Research Center, Dept Psychology, City University of New York (CUNY); little.linguist@hunter.cuny.edu; www.hunter.cuny.edu/littlelinguist/people/giulia.html
Language (Article):
English
Keyword(s):

psycholinguistics

language processing

sentence length

sentence complexity

subject drop

Alzheimer's disease

cognitive constraints

Italian

Abstract:

How does a native speaker's knowledge of her language's syntax interact with processing factors such as sentence length and complexity? Conversely, how do general cognitive constraints interact with the grammatical properties of individual languages? (Giulia Bencini, C. Semenza and R. Biundo)

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