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Commentary/Caplan & Waters: Working memory and sentence comprehension syntactic processing task has no detrimental effect. Because syntactic processing may proceed unhindered by a load, it may be performed relatively automatically, without much controlled attention. However, secondary load tasks do interfere with syntactic processing when the load-task stimuli are interleaved with the syntax task, demonstrating that, when syntactic information must be sustained across an attention shift, itdoi:10.1017/s0140525x99301783 fatcat:y4pycrytfbfvxhbobyfyfn6z2m