Remembering results: A cross-linguistic study of event memory

Miguel Santin, Angeliek van Hout & Monique Flecken
Resultative events are events in which the attributes of an object undergo a change of state (e.g. cutting paper). Culmination is the natural point at which resultative events reach their boundary in the form of a full result (e.g. a paper cut in half). Event cognition theory predicts that event boundaries should be universally salient in memory. Here, we address two hitherto unanswered questions: 1) what is the impact of object-state change in event memory?...
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