Dr. David Swinney (April 21, 1946-April 14, 2006) was a prominent psycholinguist. His research on language comprehension contributed to methodological advances in his field.
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... Comprehension (re) Consideration of Context Effects” David Swinney (1979) This study utilized a CMPT, in order to investigate the process by which people resolve lexical ambiguity ... Swinney claimed that if a person activates both meanings of an equibiased ambiguous word simultaneously, then the response times should be the same regardless of which meaning is ... Processing” Tracy Love, Edwin Maas and David Swinney (2003) In this study, Love, Maas and Swinney explored lexical access, using the CMPT, among three different categories of English proficient individuals ...
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