Is there a power of attraction to the adaptation of the genre under the pressure of time, that is, in the case of temporal (accelerated) grammar rates? (Experience 3) The model recognized a main effect of Attractor (β -0.144, SE – 0.035, t – 4,117, p < 0.001), which confirmed the initial attraction model. The phonological agreement (β – 0.101, SE – 0.072, t – 1.40, p – 0.176) and what is essential, the interaction between phonological matching and attractor (β – 0.025, SE – 0.072, t – 0.10, p – 0.725) were not significant, suggesting that the phonological agreement between the adraktor and the objective of the agreement did not facilitate RTs further when the attraction occurred. Van Dyke, J. A., and McElree, B. (2011). Cue-dependent interference in comprehension. I`m J. J. 65, 247-263.
doi: 10.1017/CBO978113916799 Attractor asymmetries between the sexual value of the head and the attractor must affect the accuracy values in case of attraction. If the attraction has an effect only on non-grammatical sentences, greater accuracy is expected in the refusal of the non-grammatical non-compliance condition in relation to the non-grammatical condition. While the attractiveness also affects grammatical rates, greater accuracy is also expected in the acceptance of the grammatical condition in relation to the grammatical condition of concordance. In addition, when the sex identifier modulates attraction patterns, the attraction is more likely for tagged attractors (for example. B the head and female castrated attractors) than for unmarked attractors (head-neté characteristics). Even based on the results of Experiment 1, phonological matching should not modulate the attraction. Theme heads that generally allow for the correct calculation of compliance should be more easily accessible (plus) and/or consulted earlier/faster (lower δ, β higher) than the two attractors, regardless of their position in the linear verbal chain; The model showed a main effect of Attractor, demonstrating that the Inmatch condition reduced participants` accuracy. What was decisive was that the effect was modulated by a significant interaction with grammaticality. The comparisons considered in pairs showed that the accuracy rate decreased in the ungrammatical state, but not in the grammatical state (non-grammatical: (β – 1.52; SE – 0.359; z – 4.24; p < 0.001, grammatical: β – 0.216; SE – 0.337; z – 0.64; p – 0.521). Table 7 shows the average accuracy of non-graphi que compliance conditions, grouped according to the phonological comparison. The phonological conformity model in non-grammatical sets revealed a main effect of Attractor (β – 1.926; SE – 0.667; z – 2.89; p – 0.004) confirms the existence of the attraction. However, no effect of the phonological comparison was observed (β – 0.655; SE – 0.553; z – 1.19; p – 0.236) and no interaction with Attractor (β – 0.682; SE – 0.887; z – 0.77; p – 0.442).
phrases, including a number of women and a number of substrates of the head neutered with their agreeing objectives were tested; the following variables were manipulated for each sentence in a design 2 × 2 compartments: a) the grammaticity of the sentence (grammatical, non-grammatical), depending on the value of the predicate by sex; and b) the attractor (match, incongruity), depending on whether the value of the attractor is identical to that of the head. Table 1 shows a complete element for female and castrated heads. Dust, A. (2010). Response time Vouchers for distribution for different varieties of digital attraction. Cognition 114, 447-454. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2009.11.003 There were three verbs in the past-tense and perfective aspect, evenly distributed over elements, and they consisted of two syllables: “found,” “had” and “saw,” the purpose of the agreement was followed by certain prepositions that were also used an equal number of time. Frequency, length (syllable) and plausibility were also taken into account.
The length ranged from 2-4 syllables for heads, 2-3 syllables for attractors, 3-4 syllables for chord goals and 2 syllables for adverbs following the target.