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Example Stimuli


Examples
Neutral contexts (1) Carl Barks wrote many Donald Duck stories and invented Duckburg. In his early sketches we see Huey, Dewey and Louie as young well-behaved boys with hats and scarves. They often go out to help old ladies. 
(2) More and more lamp posts are placed in the Netherlands. This way it is easier to see the road. This is nice for drivers. 
(3) There now is a vaccination against measles. The disease is more frequent the lower the age of patients is. They are more vulnerable to contagion. 
Local contexts (1) Carl Barks wrote many Donald Duck stories and invented Duckburg. In his early sketches we see Huey, Dewey and Louie as young bad boys with striped sweaters and masks. They often go out to rob old ladies. 
(2) More and more lamp posts are placed in the Netherlands. This way it is harder to see the night sky. This is sad for astronomers. 
(3) There now is a vaccination against measles. The disease is more dangerous the higher the age of patients is. They are more vulnerable to complications. 
Critical sentences (1) Donald Duck's nephews are boy scouts/thieves and very smart. 
(2) With the lights on you can see more/less at night. 
(3) Measles is a disease that especially affects children/elderly

Examples
Neutral contexts (1) Carl Barks wrote many Donald Duck stories and invented Duckburg. In his early sketches we see Huey, Dewey and Louie as young well-behaved boys with hats and scarves. They often go out to help old ladies. 
(2) More and more lamp posts are placed in the Netherlands. This way it is easier to see the road. This is nice for drivers. 
(3) There now is a vaccination against measles. The disease is more frequent the lower the age of patients is. They are more vulnerable to contagion. 
Local contexts (1) Carl Barks wrote many Donald Duck stories and invented Duckburg. In his early sketches we see Huey, Dewey and Louie as young bad boys with striped sweaters and masks. They often go out to rob old ladies. 
(2) More and more lamp posts are placed in the Netherlands. This way it is harder to see the night sky. This is sad for astronomers. 
(3) There now is a vaccination against measles. The disease is more dangerous the higher the age of patients is. They are more vulnerable to complications. 
Critical sentences (1) Donald Duck's nephews are boy scouts/thieves and very smart. 
(2) With the lights on you can see more/less at night. 
(3) Measles is a disease that especially affects children/elderly

Neutral or local contexts were followed by one out of two critical sentences, which only differed on one word (underlined).

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