The effects of phrase-length order and scrambling in the processing of visually presented Japanese sentences

Katsuo Tamaoka*, Hiromu Sakai, Jun Ichiro Kawahara, Yayoi Miyaoka

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研究成果: Article査読

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The present study investigated the effects of phrase length and scrambling in the processing of Japanese sentences. Reading times of short phrases, long phrases, verbs, and whole sentences, measured by the method of self-paced reading, did not differ in terms of phrase-length order and scrambling. In addition, four types of sentences constructed on the basis of phrase-length order and scrambling did not affect duration times of correctness decision-making for sentences. However, error rates differed between canonical and scrambled sentences regardless of phrase-length order. This result implies that scrambled sentences were harder to judge as correct sentences than canonical sentences. Thus, scrambling affects the appropriate integration of information, whereas phrase-length order is simply an indication of preference and not of cognitive processing. To explain the present result, the authors propose the "configurational structure without movement," which predicts no difference in speed between the processing of canonical and scrambled sentences, apart from error rates.

本文言語English
ページ(範囲)431-454
ページ数24
ジャーナルJournal of Psycholinguistic Research
32
4
DOI
出版ステータスPublished - 2003 7
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ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • 言語および言語学
  • 実験心理学および認知心理学
  • 心理学(全般)
  • 言語学および言語

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