Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German

Fanselow G, Schlesewsky M, Vogel R, Weskott T (2011)
Linguistics 49(4): 657-683.

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This article presents several acceptability rating experiments concerned with crossing wh-movement in German multiple questions. Our results show that there is no general superiority effect in German, thus refuting claims to the contrary by Featherston (2005). However, acceptability is reduced when a wh-phrase crosses a wh-subject with which it agrees in animacy. We explain this finding in terms of the availability of different sorting keys for the answers to the multiple questions.
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Fanselow G, Schlesewsky M, Vogel R, Weskott T. Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German. Linguistics. 2011;49(4):657-683.
Fanselow, G., Schlesewsky, M., Vogel, R., & Weskott, T. (2011). Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German. Linguistics, 49(4), 657-683.
Fanselow, G., Schlesewsky, M., Vogel, R., and Weskott, T. (2011). Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German. Linguistics 49, 657-683.
Fanselow, G., et al., 2011. Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German. Linguistics, 49(4), p 657-683.
G. Fanselow, et al., “Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German”, Linguistics, vol. 49, 2011, pp. 657-683.
Fanselow, G., Schlesewsky, M., Vogel, R., Weskott, T.: Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German. Linguistics. 49, 657-683 (2011).
Fanselow, Gisbert, Schlesewsky, Matthias, Vogel, Ralf, and Weskott, Thomas. “Animacy effects on crossing wh-movement in German”. Linguistics 49.4 (2011): 657-683.
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