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Language users have access to several sources of information during the build up of a meaningful construction. These include grammatical rules, situational knowledge, and general world knowledge. A central role in this process is played by the argument structure of verbs, which establishes the syntactic and semantic relationships between arguments. This book provides an overview of recent psycholinguistic and theoretical investigations on the interplay between structural syntactic relations and role semantics. The focus herein lies on the interaction of case marking and word order with…mehr

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Language users have access to several sources of information during the build up of a meaningful construction. These include grammatical rules, situational knowledge, and general world knowledge. A central role in this process is played by the argument structure of verbs, which establishes the syntactic and semantic relationships between arguments. This book provides an overview of recent psycholinguistic and theoretical investigations on the interplay between structural syntactic relations and role semantics. The focus herein lies on the interaction of case marking and word order with semantic prominence features, such as animacy and definiteness. The interaction of these different sorts of information is addressed from theoretical, time-insensitive, and incremental perspectives, or a combination of these. Taking a broad cross-linguistic perspective, this book bridges the gap between theoretical and psycholinguistic approaches to argument structure.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 332
  • Erscheinungstermin: 20. Oktober 2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789400714632
  • Artikelnr.: 37413489
Inhaltsangabe
reface .- Contributors .- List of Abbreviations .- 1. The Interaction of Case, Word Order and Prominence: Language Production and Comprehension in a Cross-Linguistic Perspective, Monique J. A. Lamers and Peter de Swart .- 2. A Lexical-functional Account of Spanish Dative Usage, Raúl Aranovich .- 3. Case in Conflict: Embedded Subjects in Mongolian, Udo Klein, Dolgor Guntsetseg, and Klaus von Heusinger .- 4. Animacy, Generalized Semantic Roles, and Differential Object Marking, Beatrice Primus .- 5. The Role of Animacy in Online Argument Interpretation in Mandarin Chinese, Luming Wang, Matthias Schlesewsky, Markus Philipp, and Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky .- 6. Argument Linearization in Dutch: a Multi-factorial Approach, Monique J.A. Lamers .- 7. Case Inversion in Georgian: Syntactic Properties and Sentence Processing, Stavros Skopeteas, Gisbert Fanselow , and Rusudan Asatiani .- 8. The Impact of Case and Prosody on the Availability of Argument Structures, Sandra Pappert and Thomas Pechmann .- 9. Case Matching and Conflicting Bindings Interference, Pavel Logacev and Shravan Vasishth .- 10. Processing Verb Medial Word Orders in a Verb Final Language, Kepa Erdocia, Itziar Laka, and Antoni Rodriguez-Fornells .- 11. Prominence Facilitates Ambiguity Resolution: On the Interaction between Referentiality, Thematic Roles and Word Order in Syntactic Reanalysis, Franziska Kretzschmar, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Adrian Staub, Dietmar Roehm, and Matthias Schlesewsky .- 12. Grammar- versus Frequency-driven Syntactic Ambiguity Resolution: The Case of Double-Object Constructions, Jana Häussler and Markus Bader .- 13. Lexical Preference and Global Structure Contributions to Syntactic Choice in Sentence Production, Clare J. Huxley, Janet F. McLean, Holly P. Branigan, and Martin J. Pickering .- Combined Index