Frequency Effects in Language - Volume 1 Frequency Effects in Language Learning and Processing

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August 2012
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Volume 1

Frequency Effects in Language Learning and Processing

Ed. by Gries, Stefan Th. / Divjak, Dagmar

Series:Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] 244.1

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    Aims and Scope

    The volume contains a collection of studies on how the analysis of corpus and psycholinguistic data reveal how linguistic knowledge is affected by the frequency of linguistic elements/stimuli. The studies explore a wide range of phenomena , from phonological reduction processes and palatalization to morphological productivity, diachronic change, adjective preposition constructions, auxiliary omission, and multi-word units. The languages studied are Spanish and artificial languages, Russian, Dutch, and English. The sister volume focuses on language representation.

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    23 x 15.5 cm
    v, 243 pages
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    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Collection
    Keyword(s):
    Frequency; Corpus Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Cognitive Linguistics

    Stefan T. Gries, University of California, USA;

    Dagmar Divjak, University of Sheffield, UK.

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