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Shallow Processing and Underspecification A Special Issue of Discourse Processes (Special Issue of "Discourse Processes") by SANFORD/GRAESSE

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Psycholinguistics,
  • Semantics (meaning)

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11281529M
ISBN 100805893598
ISBN 109780805893595

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Jan 03,  · Discourse comprehension theories frequently assume that discourse comprehension involves a complete analysis of lexical, syntactic, semantic, and discourse levels of processing. However, discourse psychologists have documented some conditions when a partial processing and underspecification of the resulting representations prideinpill.com by: Discourse comprehension theories frequently assume that discourse comprehension involves a complete analysis of lexical, syntactic, semantic, and discourse levels of processing. However, discourse psychologists have documented some conditions when a partial processing and underspecification of the resulting representations occurs. The articles in this special issue report empirical studies Cited by: Discourse Processes Shallow Processing and Underspecification. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full prideinpill.com by:

From different perspectives, natural language processing, linguistics and psycholinguistics shed light on the way humans process language. However, this knowledge remains scattered: classical studies usually focus on language processing subtasks (e.g. lexical access) or modules (e.g. morphology, syntax), without being aggregated into a unified prideinpill.com: Philippe Blache. Breaking the rules? Good-enough processing and related phenomena ESSLLI Week 2 (August ). Nov 10,  · This list is based on CrossRef data as of 27 december Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Shallow processing in computational linguistics Recent work in computational linguistics has used underspecified representations of prideinpill.com by:

Psychology Definition of SHALLOW PROCESSING: Cognitive processing. A stimulus is processed on its superficial and perceptual features instead of its meaning. It produces shorter lasting memory. Semantic Underspecification in Language Processing. It is commonly assumed that when we encounter a word in a text, we automatically and immediately activate specific, detailed semantic information associated with that word and instantly integrate this information in the unfolding interpretation of the prideinpill.com: Steven Frisson. Eysenck () claims that the levels of processing theory describes rather than explains. Craik and Lockhart () argued that deep processing leads to better long-term memory than shallow processing. However, they failed to provide a detailed account of why deep processing is so effective. Abstract. While the popularity of utilizing literary materials for English language learning has diminished in Japan in the past few decades (see Chapter 2 in this volume), the effectiveness of using literary materials in second or foreign language teaching has now been reevaluating (see Hall, , for a summary of the arguments on the use of literary materials in foreign classrooms and a Cited by: 1.