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Grammaticalization of prosody in the brain

Roll, Mikael LU and Horne, Merle LU orcid (2009) Fonetik 2009 p.66-71
Abstract
Based on the results from three Event-Related

Potential (ERP) studies, we show how the de-

gree of grammaticalization of prosodic features

influences their impact on syntactic and mor-

phological processing. Thus, results indicate

that only lexicalized word accents influence

morphological processing. Furthermore, it is

shown how an assumed semi-grammaticalized

left-edge boundary tone activates main clause

structure without, however, inhibiting subordi-

nate clause structure in the presence of compet-

ing syntactic cues.
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Accent 2, Accent 1, prosody, Swedish, morphology, left edge boundary tone, ERP, P600
host publication
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editor
Branderud, Peter and Traunm├╝ller, Hartmut
pages
6 pages
publisher
Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University
conference name
Fonetik 2009
conference location
Stockholm, Sweden
conference dates
2009-06-10 - 2009-06-12
ISBN
978-91-633-4892-1
978-91-633-4893-8
project
Grammar, Prosody, Discourse and the Brain. ERP-studies of Language Processing
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English
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yes
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  abstract     = {Based on the results from three Event-Related <br/><br>
Potential (ERP) studies, we show how the de- <br/><br>
gree of grammaticalization of prosodic features <br/><br>
influences their impact on syntactic and mor- <br/><br>
phological processing. Thus, results indicate <br/><br>
that only lexicalized word accents influence <br/><br>
morphological processing. Furthermore, it is <br/><br>
shown how an assumed semi-grammaticalized <br/><br>
left-edge boundary tone activates main clause <br/><br>
structure without, however, inhibiting subordi- <br/><br>
nate clause structure in the presence of compet- <br/><br>
ing syntactic cues.},
  author       = {Roll, Mikael and Horne, Merle},
  booktitle    = {[Host publication title missing]},
  editor       = {Branderud, Peter and Traunm├╝ller, Hartmut},
  isbn         = {978-91-633-4892-1},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {66--71},
  publisher    = {Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University},
  title        = {Grammaticalization of prosody in the brain},
  url          = {https://lup.lub.lu.se/search/files/5550535/1421831.pdf},
  year         = {2009},
}