Morphological Diversity and Linguistic Cognition

Morphological Diversity and Linguistic Cognition

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Cambridge University Press

05/2022

320

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Inglês

9781108479899

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1. At the intersection of cognitive processes and linguistic diversity Andrea D. Sims, Adam Ussishkin, Jeff Parker and Samantha Wray; Part I. In What Ways Is Language Processing Tuned to the Morphological Structure of a Language?: 2. Tuning language processing mechanisms to a language's morphology without decomposition: The case of semantic transparency Laurie Beth Feldman and Fermin Moscoso del Prado Martin; 3. Productivity effects on morphological processing in Maltese auditory word recognition Samantha Wray and Adam Ussishkin; 4. Phonotactic and morphological effects in the acceptability of pseudowords Jeremy M. Needle, Janet B. Pierrehumbert and Jennifer B. Hay; Part II. What ROLE DOES CUE INFORMATIVITY PLAY IN LEARNING AND HOW THE LEXICON EVOLVES OVER TIME?: 5. How agglutinative? Searching for cues to meaning in Choguita Raramuri (Tarahumara) using discriminative learning Gabriela Caballero and Vsevolod Kapatsinski; 6. Words, probability, and segmental information: Less probable words have more informative segments Adam King and Andrew Wedel; 7. Learning complex morphological patterns: The role of syncretism and markedness Sara Finley; Part III. How Do System-Level Principles of Morphological Organization Emerge?: 8. Morphology gets more and more complex, unless it doesn't Eric Meinhardt, Robert Malouf and Farrell Ackerman; 9. Network structure and inflection class predictability: Modeling the emergence of marginal detraction Jeff Parker, Robert Reynolds and Andrea D. Sims; 10. Rule combination, potentiation, affix telescoping Gregory Stump.
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