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We investigated whether the comprehension of syntactically difficult sentences taxes the executive control component of working memory more than the comprehension of their easier counterparts. To that end, we tested the effect of sharing executive control between sentence comprehension and the maintenance of a digit load in two dual-task experiments with strictly controlled timing (Barrouillet, Bernardin, & Camos, 2004) . Recall was worse after participants had processed one (Experiment 2) ordoi:10.1080/20445911.2011.586625 fatcat:tv6wxgwdf5ez7nmg74zpun3yme