Summary of the statistical analysis on the response time data

Summary of the statistical analysis on the response time data

Source publication
Article
Full-text available
Syntactic properties such as word orders are a major factor determining the difficulty of a sentence. In SO-type languages where the subject (S) precedes the object (O) in canonical word order, there is clear evidence that the SO word order is preferred over the OS word order. We investigate to what extent this SO bias is maintained even in typolog...

Contexts in source publication

Context 1
... overall mean response times are shown in Fig. 2, and a summary of the statistical analysis is shown in Table 2. Table 2 shows that the mean RT patterns for the proper name and the common noun conditions were different, as indicated by a significant NOUN TYPE factor and a marginally significant three-way interaction among WORD ORDER, VOICE, and NOUN TYPE. ...
Context 2
... overall mean response times are shown in Fig. 2, and a summary of the statistical analysis is shown in Table 2. Table 2 shows that the mean RT patterns for the proper name and the common noun conditions were different, as indicated by a significant NOUN TYPE factor and a marginally significant three-way interaction among WORD ORDER, VOICE, and NOUN TYPE. In general, the mean RT for the common noun condition was slower than that for the proper name condition, which is correlated with the low accuracy for the common noun condition discussed above. ...