Balinese Passive: Grammatical Judgment

These materials relate to a pre-registration of the paper that will be

Darmasetiyawan, I.M.S, Ambridge, B. (20xx). Priming Acquisition of Balinese Passive: Evidences of Semantics Effect in Balinese).

In this study, we will replicate the experiment of passive grammatical judgment of Aryawibawa et al (2018) in Balinese language.

Aryawibawa, I. N., & Ambridge, B. (2018). Is syntax semantically constrained? Evidence from a grammaticality judgment study of Indonesian. Cognitive Science, 42(8), 3135-3148.

(1) We will test only adults (18+), rather than (in the original study) adults and children; native speakers of Balinese language. (2) We will recruit 60 participants, the same number as in the original studty. Simulations based on the original raw data from Aryawibawa et al (2018) and edited - reduced to 49 priming verbs that applicable in Balinese language and multiplied by 10 (4 passives and 1 active along with each of its agent-patient reversed construction). (3) We will run the study entirely online using the Gorilla platform

Participants rate a 10 points slider from a (virtual) experimenter describing short animations. For full details of the method, see Aryawibawa et al (2018).

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Balinese Grammaticality Judgments

These materials relate to a pre-registration of the paper that will be

Darmasetiyawan, I.M.S, Ambridge, B. (20xx). Priming Acquisition of Balinese Passive: Evidences of Semantics Effect in Balinese).

In this study, we will replicate the experiment of passive grammatical judgment of Aryawibawa et al (2018) in Balinese language.

Aryawibawa, I. N., & Ambridge, B. (2018). Is syntax semantically constrained? Evidence from a grammaticality judgment study of Indonesian. Cognitive Science, 42(8), 3135-3148.

(1) We will test only adults (18+), rather than (in the original study) adults and children; native speakers of Balinese language. (2) We will recruit 60 participants, the same number as in the original studty. Simulations based on the original raw data from Aryawibawa et al (2018) and edited - reduced to 49 priming verbs that applicable in Balinese language and multiplied by 10 (4 passives and 1 active along with each of its agent-patient reversed construction). (3) We will run the study entirely online using the Gorilla platform

Participants rate a 10 points slider from a (virtual) experimenter describing short animations. For full details of the method, see Aryawibawa et al (2018).

These materials are provided under a CC BY-NC 3.0 License - https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/?utm_source=www.domtail.com - Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. We require that you cite the original Aryawibawa et al (2018) and, if appropriate, also the Darmasetiyawan et al replication. NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes. No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits

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Practice

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Rating Balinese Passive

This is the main grammatical judgments task - Please see the complete experiment "Balinese Grammaticality Judgments" for details

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Ending

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Preferred Citation Aryawibawa, I. N., & Ambridge, B. (2018). Is syntax semantically constrained? Evidence from a grammaticality judgment study of Indonesian. Cognitive Science, 42(8), 3135-3148.
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/cogs.12697
Conducted at Udayana University, University of Liverpool
Published on 22 July 2021
Corresponding author Prof Ben Ambridge Psychology
University of Liverpool