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Bilingual access to interlingual homographs: An examination of effects of sentential context, word frequency, and proficiency
Support for the exhaustive activation of multiple meanings of interlingual homographs like coin (meaning money in English and corner in French) comes primarily from studies presenting homographs in isolation (e.g., Beauvillain ...
When non-commitment makes sense: An experimental approach to the retrieval and mental representation of irregular polysemes
Because many words of a language have more than one meaning, readers regularly need to disambiguate words during sentence comprehension. Using priming, eye-tracking, and event-related brain potentials, this thesis tested ...