May 282020

Mahyar Nakhaei

University of Calgary

  3 Responses to “Memory load manipulation in self-paced reading tasks: The case of pronouns interpretation”

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  2. thanks for your poster and explaining the details to me in Zoom.

  3. Good Afternoon,
    I’m wondering about the results shown in the upper right graph in your poster.
    I may have missed something since the video didn’t load well on my end, but, why do you think there was so many choices for the object of the phrase as referent in the case of the non-ambiguous phrase?

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