All Relations between relative clauses and asymmetrical neuron
| Eleni Peristeri, Xanthi Kamona, Spyridoula Varlokost. The Acquisition of Relative Clauses in Autism: The Role of Executive Functions and Language. Journal of autism and developmental disorders. 2023-10-29. PMID:37898582.
||relative clauses present a well-known processing asymmetry between object-extracted and subject-extracted dependencies across both typical and atypical populations.
| Tuyuan Chen. What Memory-Load Interference Tasks Tell Us about Spoken Relative Clause Processing. Journal of psycholinguistic research. 2023-01-17. PMID:36648589.
||previous studies mostly obtain evidence from measuring the involvement of wm in complex syntactic structures reported with well-established processing asymmetry, e.g., relative clauses (rcs) in english.
| Angel Chan, Stephen Matthews, Nicole Tse, Annie Lam, Franklin Chang, Evan Kid. Revisiting Subject-Object Asymmetry in the Production of Cantonese Relative Clauses: Evidence From Elicited Production in 3-Year-Olds. Frontiers in psychology. vol 12. 2022-01-10. PMID:35002822.
||revisiting subject-object asymmetry in the production of cantonese relative clauses: evidence from elicited production in 3-year-olds.
| Yao-Ting Sung, Jih-Ho Cha, Jung-Yueh Tu, Ming-Da Wu, Wei-Chun Li. Investigating the Processing of Relative Clauses in Mandarin Chinese: Evidence from Eye-Movement Data. Journal of psycholinguistic research. vol 45. issue 5. 2017-04-28. PMID:26385782.
||a number of previous studies on chinese relative clauses (rc) have reported conflicting results on processing asymmetry.
| Fang Yang, Lun Mo, Max M Louwers. Effects of local and global context on processing sentences with subject and object relative clauses. Journal of psycholinguistic research. vol 42. issue 3. 2014-01-06. PMID:22485022.
||crucially, however, the reading difficulty asymmetry between subject and object relative clause sentences disappeared when the sentences were presented with a local or a global discourse context that favored the objects in the object relative clauses.