Marielena SoilemezidiNational and Kapodistrian University of Athens | uoa · Department of Linguistics
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This study investigates the role of locality (i.e., critical cue being adjacent to the target or not), demographic factors (age, education, and sex), cognitive capacities (verbal working memory, verbal short-term memory, speed of processing, and inhibition), and morphosyntactic/morphosemantic category (time reference and grammatical aspect) in verb...
Persons with stroke-induced aphasia (PWAs) are often impaired in the production of time reference (TR). Moreover, they often exhibit dissociations between past and non-past reference (e.g., Bastiaanse et al., 2011; Fyndanis et al., 2018; Nerantzini et al., 2020). It is not clear, however, whether PWAs’ impaired TR production is due to tense-related...
The ability to think about non-present time is a crucial aspect of human cognition. Both the past and future imply a temporal displacement of an event outside the "now". They also intrinsically differ: the past refers to inalterable events; the future to alterable events, to possible worlds. Are the past and future processed similarly or differentl...
The main aim of this work is to investigate the processing of past and future time reference during language comprehension. Mentally locating events in the past or future plays a key role in many fundamental aspects of human cognition and behavior, such as planning, decision-making, and self-regulation. From the psycholinguistic perspective, previo...