Gender segregation includes men and women; male, female and neutered; or invigorated and inanimate. In some languages, the attribution of the sex of the substants is determined solely by their meaning or attributes, such as biological sex, humanity or animacy.  However, in most languages, this semantic division is only partially valid, and many names may belong to a sex category that contrasts with its meaning (for example. B could be the word “masculinity” female).  In this case, the attribution of sex may also be influenced by the morphology or phonology of the name or, in some cases, apparently arbitrary. Costa, A., Kovacic, D., Fedorenko, E., and Caramazza, A. (2003). The effect of sexual congruence and the selection of independent and related morphemes: Croatian evidence. J. Exp. Psychol. Learning.
Mr. Cogn. 29, 1270-1282. doi: 10.1037/0278-73220.127.116.110 Overall, hagoort`s (2003) and our data show that gender over-knowledge and semantic congruence interact early in word processing to influence the semantic integration of nostun into the phrase. In particular, we both observed a higher N400 for double offences than only semantic offences, although apparently more frontal in our data. This difference in distribution in the N400 time window between the two studies appears to be due to the anterior latency of the following P600 in our study compared to the Hagoort study, so that n400 and P600 overlap in our data when they do not. In contrast, Gunter et al. reported no effects of sex on N400, but a LAN; Note that this can have similar effects in addition to your label.
Overall, the correspondence seems to affect the semantic integration of a nostun, which probably complicates integration if it does not correspond to its previous article in sex, at least if the word is also semantically incongruous. Vigliocco, G., Antonini, T., and Garrett, M. F. (1997). Grammatical sex is at the top of Italian languages. Psychol. Sci. 8, 314-317. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.1997.tb0044.x Verben are not the only kind of word that must sometimes reflect the meaning of a noun that accompanies it: some words that usually go just in front of a noun, also have this function. Where the two words can change shape, one decides first – again, whether one or more of them are represented – the form of the other word, which is then chosen accordingly.