Plausibility effects when reading one- and two-character words in Chinese:Evidence from Eye Movements


Adrian Staub;Keith Rayner;


<正>Readers'(N = 36) eye movements were monitored as they read sentences containing a critical character that was either a one-character word or the initial character of a two-character word. By manipulating the two-character verb prior to the target word,the one character target word (or the first character of the two-character target word) was either plausible or implausible at the


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