Universality and domain-specificity: processing relative clause extractions in Swedish

Project: Research

Layman's description

Our project uses a variety of online, experimental methods to investigate the contribution of language-specific and general processing constraints to the processing of relative clause extractions in Swedish. Such dependencies are possible in Swedish, but are restricted in most other languages. We expect our findings will help clarify the source and status of such restrictions cross-linguistically.
Effective start/end date2015/01/012018/12/31


Related research output

Damon Tutunjian, Heinat, F., Eva Klingvall & Anna-Lena Wiklund 2017 Dec 7 In : Frontiers in Psychology. 8, 2118

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Anna-Lena Wiklund, Heinat, F., Eva Klingvall & Damon Tutunjian 2017 Language Processing and Disorders. Escobar, L., Torrens, V. & Parodi, T. (eds.). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p. 103-120

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Related activities

Anna-Lena Wiklund (Organiser), Damon Tutunjian (Organiser), Eva Klingvall (Organiser), Fredrik Heinat (Organiser)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganisation of workshop, seminar, course

Fredrik Heinat (Presenter), Eva Klingvall (Presenter), Damon Tutunjian (Contributor), Anna-Lena Wiklund (Contributor)
2016 Jun

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