The Influence of Individual Personality Differences in Language Comprehension.

Abstract

Our results suggest that both a listener’s personality and a speaker’s perceived identity have an influence on automated language comprehension processes, and that these nonlinguistic aspects may affect the anticipation of upcoming information.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA
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Isabell Hubert
PhD Candidate in Experimental Psycholinguistics | Vice-Chair ETS Advisory Board