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Neurolinguistic Approaches in Morphology  

Niels O. Schiller

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Apr 2020
Neurolinguistic approaches to morphology include the main theories of morphological representation and processing in the human mind, such as full-listing, full-parsing, and hybrid ... More

Paradigms in Morphology  

Petar Milin and James P. Blevins

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Mar 2020
Studies of the structure and function of paradigms are as old as the Western grammatical tradition. The central role accorded to paradigms in traditional approaches largely reflects the ... More

Morphological Units: A Theoretical and Psycholinguistic Perspective  

Dominiek Sandra

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Feb 2020
Speakers can transfer meanings to each other because they represent them in a perceptible form. Phonology and syntactic structure are two levels of linguistic form. Morphemes are situated ... More

Psycholinguistic Methods and Tasks in Morphology  

Daniel Schmidtke and Victor Kuperman

Lexical representations in an individual mind are not given to direct scrutiny. Thus, in their theorizing of mental representations, researchers must rely on observable and measurable ... More

Learning and Using Morphology and Morphosyntax in a Second Language  

Laurie Beth Feldman and Judith F. Kroll

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Nov 2019
We summarize findings from across a range of methods, including behavioral measures of overall processing speed and accuracy, electrophysiological indices that tap into the early time ... More

Psycholinguistic Approaches to Morphology: Production  

Benjamin V. Tucker

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Sep 2019
Speech production is an important aspect of linguistic competence. An attempt to understand linguistic morphology without speech production would be incomplete. A central research question ... More

Audiovisual Speech Perception and the McGurk Effect  

Lawrence D. Rosenblum

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Aug 2019
Research on visual and audiovisual speech information has profoundly influenced the fields of psycholinguistics, perception psychology, and cognitive neuroscience. Visual speech findings ... More

Innateness of Language  

Yarden Kedar

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Jun 2019
A fundamental question in epistemological philosophy is whether reason may be based on a priori knowledge—that is, knowledge that precedes and which is independent of experience. In modern ... More

Ideophones (Mimetics, Expressives)  

Kimi Akita and Mark Dingemanse

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May 2019
Ideophones, also termed mimetics or expressives, are marked words that depict sensory imagery. They are found in many of the world’s languages, and sizable lexical classes of ideophones are ... More

Issues in Neurolinguistic Studies of Morphology  

Robert Fiorentino

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Apr 2019
Research in neurolinguistics examines how language is organized and processed in the human brain. The findings from neurolinguistic studies on language can inform our understanding of the ... More

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