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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155494
Doc. No : 6378p
Call number : ‭6378‬
Main Entry : Chelopazi, Fatemeh
Title Proper : Scrambling Complexity and Semantic Anomalous Detection in Sentence Processing and Language Learning: A case of Iranian EFL Learners
Supervisor : ; Akbar Afghari
Advisor : ; Sajad Shafiee
College : Khorasgan
Date : , 2012=1391
Degree : M.A
field of study : , Teaching english
College : , Khorasgan
student score : , 1391/06/26, 1390/00/00
Page No : xiii, 94p.
Note : 830
Abstract : This study aimed at investigating the role of semantically anomalous and non-anomalous scrambled sentences in the comprehension of English sentences by Iranian EFL learners. One hundred and twenty sentences with three word order types were provided as an online experiment on Authorware Macromedia. The data were gathered on the basis of grammaticality judgment task and reaction time by thirty intermediate English students with Persian as their native language. The differences in the reaction time and correct judgments in anomalous and non-anomalous sentences were evaluated. Then, the dependability of the comprehension of the sentences in English in both semantically anomalous and non-anomalous scrambled sentences was explored. Finally, the relationship between sentence processing and reading ability of the learners was probed. The patterns of results indicate that word order does affect the comprehension of the anomalous sentences. However, the most significant variance is reported for the difference between SVO and OVS word order sentences. Likewise, insignificant differences were observed in the comprehension of the non-anomalous sentences, which delineates that word order does not play a crucial role in the comprehension of non-anomalous sentences. Results on the possible relation of sentence processing and reading ability showed no significant correlation between the two..
Title and statement of responsibility and : Scrambling Complexity and Semantic Anomalous Detection in Sentence Processing and Language Learning: A case of Iranian EFL Learners [Thesis]; Akbar Afghari; Sajad Shafiee
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p.70-76
 
 
 
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