Delayed attachment commitments for parenthetical relative clauses: An eye-tracking study

We investigate how not-at-issue content is integrated into a sentence by comparing the online attachment of parenthetical relative clauses to that of better-studied restrictive relative clauses. In an eye-tracking experiment, we report an early …

Listeners' beliefs influence prosodic adaptation: Anticipatory use of contrastive accent during visual search

This study tested whether listeners adapt to speaker-specific prosody in anticipatory processing, and, if so, whether adaptation is modulated by belief about the speaker’s intention. In three visual-world eye-tracking experiments, we compared how …

Online closure mismatches between prosody and syntax: A pupillometry study

Using pupillometry to assess prosodic alignment in language comprehension

We show that the pupillometry method, which continuously captures minute changes in pupil size, provides a natural, real-time measure sensitive to mismatches between prosodic and syntactic group- ing. Pupillometry is increasingly used as a measure of …

Correlative adverbs mark not only scope but also contrast: Corpus and eye tracking data

Cue reliability affects anticipatory use of prosody in processing globally ambiguous sentences.

Preference for single events guides perception in Russian: A phoneme restoration study.

Thematic assignment before repair: Syntactic and prosodic cues in reanalysis.