In English, the defective verbs usually show no agreement for the person or the number, they contain the modal verbs: can, can, can, must, should, should. Gollan, T. H., and Frost, R. (2001). Two paths to grammatical sex: evidence of Hebrew. J. Psycholinguist. Res. 30, 627-651. doi: 10.1023/A:1014235223566 In this experiment, we studied phrases with N heads and N, F and M attractors and phrases with F heads and tractors F, N and M. The NF and FN combinations have not yet been studied, and we have added M attractors to compare phrases to all kinds of attractors. This combination of agreements includes only the owners of me, ours, theirs, his, theirs and yours. They always advance on a ourtun, but not on the one to which they agree: as the analyses show, the result is divided into two groups.
In conditions with F or N heads and M attractors, there is clear evidence of the appeal of the gender agreement. RT shows the classic attraction profile with grammatical illusions: non-grammatical phrases in which the attractor and the predicate have the same sex (FMM and NMM) are read more quickly than other non-grammatical phrases (FFM and NNM). In the introduction, we have outlined different approaches to this phenomenon, but we will only opt for one of them in the general part of the debate, as soon as all the experimental results are presented. Let us also note that non-grammatical illusions are lacking: in N-headed sentences, there is virtually no difference between grammatical conditions; in sentences with F heads, they are insignificant. Most Slavic languages are very curved, with the exception of Bulgarian and Macedonian. The agreement is similar to Latin, for example. B between adjectives and substants in sex, number, case and animacy (if considered a separate category). The following examples are taken from the serbo-croalement: Miozzo, M., Costa, A. and Caramazza, A.
(2002). The absence of sexual congruence effect in novel languages: a question of asynchronous stimulus? J. Exp. Psychol. Learning. Mr. Cogn. 28, 388-391. doi: 10.1037/0278-73126.96.36.1998 Verbal Dysfluencies, different responses than the responses envisaged by the experimenter, non-responses, recording errors and outliers (RTs less than 300 ms or greater than 3 standard deviations (i.e. each participant`s average) were considered errors. Errors were eliminated from reaction time analyses and separate analyses were performed.
With regard to plural and singular conditions, separate ANOVS have been implemented to treat subjects as a random variable (Raaijmakers et al., 1999). This choice is also motivated by the fact that the number of elements, especially in Experience 2, is not large enough to motivate generalization by elements. In the singular condition, there was a participation factor inside, the type of target, with two levels (female vs. male). In the plural condition, there was a factor cited among the participants, the congruence of the gender, with three levels (kongruent-feminin vs. kongruent-male vs. mixed-sex). Because observations of mixed sex status were twice as high as for each of the other conditions, only half of the studies for this condition were included in the statistical analysis.
This was done to maintain the notion of constant error in the conditions and to meet the requirements for the homogeneity of variance.