A new paper authored by Chris Hammerly has just come out. Check out the details below.
Title: Person-based prominence guides incremental interpretation: Evidence from obviation in Ojibwe
Authors: Christopher Hammerly, Adrian Staub, Brian Dillon
Date: August 2022
Short Blurb: (How) do we construct the meaning of a sentence before it is complete? A new paper out now in Cognition by Prof. Christopher Hammerly and co-authors Brian Dillon and Adrian Staub (UMass Amherst) shows that Ojibwe speakers make immediate used of the language’s special “fourth person” category know as obviation to accomplish this task, and provides a unified account of how person-related distinctions impact language processing across all languages.
Check here for more on this: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S001002772200110X