Conversational Implicatures in Anaphora Resolution: Alternative Constructions and Referring Expressions View Full Text


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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Peter Baumann , Lars Konieczny , Barbara Hemforth

ABSTRACT

Like many other processes in language comprehension, anaphora resolution is determined by what is said. But is this all? Or to what extent is anaphora resolution also influenced by what is not said but could have been said? We present a questionnaire, a self-paced reading study and a corpus analysis, suggesting that the existence of possible alternative constructions and referring expressions helps to constitute preferences for anaphora in referentially ambiguous sentences and also affects online sentence processing. These disambiguating effects may be understood as conversational implicatures licensed by pragmatic principles. More... »

PAGES

197-212

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2014. Information Structure and Pronoun Resolution in German and French: Evidence from the Visual-World Paradigm in PSYCHOLINGUISTIC APPROACHES TO MEANING AND UNDERSTANDING ACROSS LANGUAGES
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    Psycholinguistic Approaches to Meaning and Understanding across Languages

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