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By Susanne Winkler, Sam Featherston

The contributions to The culmination of Empirical Linguistics. quantity 1: method exhibit why the data-driven technique makes for a examine surroundings that is fast-moving and democratic: technological swap has made the assets of linguistic facts effectively available. those contributions exhibit the tools either specialist and pupil linguists are utilizing to collect extra facts extra simply than earlier than.

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Total reading time is the sum of all Eye movements and quantifier scope 35 fixations on a region. Regressions-out is the proportion of times a regression was launched from a region. Finally, regressions-in is the proportion of times a regression was made back into the region. While first-pass reading time and regression out are taken to reflect immediate processing, total time and regression in are taken to reflect late processes like reanalysis. Reading time data were subjected to 2 × 2 repeated measures ANOVAs with the within factors NP-type and distributivity.

3. Materials and subjects 72 items were written in six conditions each. Each item was paired with two displays: one used with the quantifier conditions and with Control B, the other used with Control A. g. names), letters, or numbers. In addition, 70 fillers were constructed. They included other numerals (two or three) or other quantifiers (both cars, only one animal) instead of exactly one, or other kinds of displays. Six presentation lists were created according to a Latin square design. Two pseudo-random orders were generated, making sure that adjacent experimental items belonged to different conditions.

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