国際言語文化研究科日本言語文化専攻 第 27 回日本語教育学講座講演会. Deeper than shallow : Evidence for structure-based parsing biases in second-language sentence processing. JEFFREY WITZEL ( University of Texas at Arlington, USA) .
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Deeper than shallow: Evidence for structure-based parsing biases insecond-language sentence processing
JEFFREY WITZEL (University of Texas at Arlington, USA)
ABSTRACTThis study examines the reading patterns of native speakers (NSs) and high-level (Chinese) nonnative speakers (NNSs) on three English sentence types involving temporarily ambiguous structural configurations. The reading patterns on each sentence type indicate that both NSs and NNSs were biased toward specific structural interpretations. These results are interpreted as evidence that both first-language and second-language (L2) sentence comprehension is guided (at least in part) by structure-based parsing strategies and, thus as counterevidence to the claim that NNSs are largelylimited to rudimentary (or“shallow”) syntactic computation during online L2 sentence processing.
日程：2013年６月６日（木曜日）午後6時15分～午後7時45分（６コマ目の授業時間帯）場所：名古屋大学全学教育棟・北棟405号室 ＜参加自由・無料＞コンタクト：[email protected]