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  Simultaneous and Successive Syntheses and Linguistic Processes
 
 
Title: Simultaneous and Successive Syntheses and Linguistic Processes
Author: Cummins, James
Das, J. P.
Appeared in: International journal of psychology
Paging: Volume 13 (1978) nr. 2 pages 129-138
Year: 1978
Contents: The present study investigated the relationships between simultaneous and successive modes of cognitive processing and performance on word association, ambiguities and class inclusion tasks in a sample of 60 grade three children. Simultaneous processing was significantly related to class inclusion performance and to comprehension of lexical ambiguities. There was also some evidence of a relationship between paradigmatic responding on the word association task and simultaneous processing. Successive processing was significantly related to surface structure and underlying structure ambiguities and was also involved in class inclusion performance. These results are consistent with hypotheses derived from the neurolinguistic theories of Luria and Jakobson.
Publisher: Psychology Press
Source file: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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