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Event-centered semantics: Using clustering algorithms to group events that typically occur together
There is evidence that in processing sentences, people use their real-world knowledge about how events unfold, including what participants an event typically has, and which events follow other events. Our research takes ...
Speaking style adaptations across the lifespan
In everyday life, speech communication occurs in suboptimal or adverse conditions (e.g., talking to a listener who is hard of hearing; presence of noise in the environment). This study examines how talkers change the way ...