Speakers prioritise affordance-based object semantics in scene descriptions

LANGUAGE COGNITION AND NEUROSCIENCE(2023)

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This work investigates the linearisation strategies used by speakers when describing real-world scenes to better understand production plans for multi-utterance sequences. In this study, 30 participants described real-world scenes aloud. To investigate which semantic features of scenes predict order of mention, we quantified three features (meaning, graspability, and interactability) using two techniques (whole-object ratings and feature map values). We found that object-level semantic features, namely those affordance-based, predicted order of mention in a scene description task. Our findings provide the first evidence for an object-related semantic feature that guides linguistic ordering decisions and offers theoretical support for the role of object semantics in scene viewing and description.
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object semantics,descriptions,affordance-based
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