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2011-2014

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210000 CNY

ABSTRACT

The syntactic initiation effect of language has been studied more deeply in the past 20 years. So, language comprehension and language production, the syntactic priming effect has the same processing mechanism? In recent years, the researchers have investigated the priming effect of the Indo-European language comprehension, but there are still more arguments, yet lack of solid experimental evidence and more in-depth theoretical explanation. Is it a syntactic effect, a strategy or a semantic effect, is vocabulary-driven or vocabulary independent? Moreover, is this human language to understand the language features or universal characteristics? In view of this, the researchers intend to use eye surgery and ERPs combined with the technology, from the psychology, linguistics and cognitive neuroscience and other interdisciplinary perspective to examine the syntactic initiation effect of Chinese sentence comprehension. The research mainly focuses on two aspects: (1) whether the initiation effect in sentence comprehension is tactical, semantic or syntactic; (2) whether the initiation effect in sentence comprehension is vocabulary-driven or vocabulary independent. By analyzing the consistency and difference evidence provided by the eye movement and ERPs experiment, the cognitive characteristics and mechanism of syntactic initiation effect in Chinese sentence comprehension are clarified and revealed, and the applicability of the argument structure theory in explaining the syntactic initiation effect is tested. More... »

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