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著者
Tamaoka, Katsuo
Kawahara, Jun-ichiro
Miyaoka, Yayoi
Lim, Hyunjung
Koizumi, Masatoshi
キーワード
Japanese sentence processing
priority information
thematic roles
case particles
grammatical functions
NDC
日本語
抄録(英)
The present study investigated scrambling effects on the processing of Japanese sentences and priority information used among thematic roles, case particles and grammatical functions. Reaction times for correct sentence decisions were significantly prolonged for scrambled active sentences with transitive verbs in the first experiment and with ditransitive verbs in the second experiment. Errors were made with scrambled sentences more than canonical sentences in both experiments, which suggested that scrambling effects were apparent in active sentences. Passive sentences in the third experiment indicated that canonical order defined based on case particles, not thematic roles, was more quickly and accurately identified than scrambled order. Potential sentences in the fourth experiment and causative sentences in the fifth experiment indicated that the processing of scrambled sentences based on grammatical functions, but not on case particles, required longer reaction times and resulted in higher error rates than canonical sentences. Consequently, scrambling effects in the present study indicated that neither thematic roles nor case particles can provide fully-satisfactory information for canonical phrase order, and that only grammatical functions offer satisfactory information in all types of sentences.
掲載誌名
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
34巻
3号
開始ページ
281
終了ページ
332
出版年月日
2005-05
出版者
Springer
ISSN
0090-6905
言語
英語
NII資源タイプ
学術雑誌論文
広大資料タイプ
学術雑誌論文
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権利情報
Copyright (c) 2005 Springer "The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com"
関連情報URL(IsVersionOf)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10936-005-3641-6
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