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Measuring the Salience of Characters Pilot study
Pronoun Interpretation and Salience Experiment 1
Perspective and Salience Experiment 2
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affect the salience anaphora asked Beranek and Newman cell character more salient character's name character's perspective Clark clause cognitive coherence compare the salience contrast analysis data points data transformation described discourse contributions discourse instantiation discourse model distractors entity expected facilitate comprehension gender increase the salience interaction Journal of Verbal Latin square Linguistic literal match looked Main effect Mean Reaction Meanwhile mental instantiation mentioned msec msec/word name probe measure name probe task narrated narrative no-connective non-protagonist non-protagonist's name omnibus test pattern of results pilot study post-hoc analysis pretested pronominal reference pronoun comprehension pronoun interpretation pronoun right protagonist protagonist's name quickly read the stories readers reading rates recency relevant responses results of Experiment RT's salience of characters scene semantically shown in Table situation story base story types Story Version studied in Experiment subgroup talked target stories took trimmed data understanding untrimmed data Verbal Behavior