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Native (L1) and second-language (L2) sentence processing can sometimes be shallow. A Good-Enough approach suggests that speakers may engage in shallow processing if the task permits. This study tests English native speakers and native Chinese L2 learners of English to explore whether different task demands affect their sentence processing. In a self-paced reading task, participants read globally or temporarily ambiguous sentences with relative clauses preceded by a matrix clause containing twodoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.575847 pmid:33041947 pmcid:PMC7517905 fatcat:chizqd2rabd7rgiow23p5eehuu