Morphological Structure in Language Processing
Ed. by Baayen, R. Harald / Schreuder, Robert
Aims and Scope
This volume brings together a series of studies of morphological processing in Germanic (English, German, Dutch), Romance (French, Italian), and Slavic (Polish, Serbian) languages. The question of how morphologically complex words are organized and processed in the mental lexicon is addressed from different theoretical perspectives (single and dual route models), for different modalities (auditory and visual comprehension, writing), and for language development. Experimental work is reported, as well as computational and statistical modeling. Thus, this volume provides a useful overview of the range of issues currently attracting reseach at the intersection of morphology and psycholinguistics.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- viii, 521 pages
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- DE GRUYTER MOUTON
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