Summary and Keywords
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 dual-route models, and how the experimental evidence that has been acquired to support these theories uses different neurolinguistic paradigms (visual and auditory priming, violation, long-lag priming, picture-word interference, etc.) and methods (electroencephalography [EEG]/event-related brain potential [ERP], functional magnetic resonance imaging [fMRI], neuropsychology, and so forth).
Keywords: morphologically complex words, inflection, derivation, compounding, language comprehension, language production, morphological processing, visual priming, picture-word interference, long-lag priming, naming latencies, EEG/ERP, fMRI
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