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JurnalBrain and Language (Full Text) vol. 68 no. 1-2 (1999)
Topik: Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Brain and Language
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0093-934X    Year:: 1999    Edisi: Softcopy    
Penerbit: Brain and Language
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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  1. Introduction, halaman 1-3
  2. The Microgenesis of Priming Effects in Lexical Access, halaman 5-15
  3. Using Dictionaries to Study the Mental Lexicon, halaman 16-26
  4. War and Peace: Morphemes and Full Forms in a Noninteractive Activation Parallel Dual-Route Model, halaman 27-32
  5. Morphological Priming: The Role of Prime Duration, Semantic Transparency, and Affix Position, halaman 33-39
  6. Phonological Activation in Anaphoric Lexical Access (ALA), halaman 40-45
  7. On the Locus of Morphological Effects in Spoken-Word Recognition: Before or After Lexical Identification?, halaman 46-53
  8. Morphological Priming Effect: The Role of Surface Frequency, halaman 54-60
  9. Spoken-Word Recognition: The Access to Embedded Words, halaman 61-67
  10. Cross-Linguistic Evidence for Morphological Representation in the Mental Lexicon, halaman 68-74
  11. Subword Activation in Reading Japanese Single Kanji Character Words, halaman 75-81
  12. Kanji Lexicality Effect in Partial Repetition Priming: The Relationship between Kanji Word and Kanji Character Processing, halaman 82-88
  13. Lexical Access in Chinese Speech Comprehension and Production, halaman 89-94
  14. Temporal Structure of Spoken-Word Recognition in Croatian in Light of the Cohort Theory, halaman 95-103
  15. The Mental Lexicon: Evidence from Lexical Diffusion, halaman 104-109
  16. The Influence of Morphological Regularities on the Dynamics of a Connectionist Network, halaman 110-117
  17. Can Independence Be Observed in a Dependent System? The Case of Tip-of-the-Tongue States, halaman 118-126
  18. The Time Course of Lemma Retrieval in Lexical Decision Tasks, halaman 127-134
  19. Lemmas and Lexemes: The Evidence from Blends, halaman 135-143
  20. Morphological Errors in Casual Conversation, halaman 144-150
  21. One or More: Psycholinguistic Evidence for Divergence of Numerosity and Grammatical Number Assignment, halaman 151-157
  22. Morphological Isolates in Idioms: Cranberries or Real Words?, halaman 158-164
  23. An Integrated Model of Meaning and Sense Activation and Disambiguation, halaman 165-171
  24. False Memories and Semantic Lexicon Arrangement, halaman 172-177
  25. Lexical Encoding of Event Participant Information, halaman 178-184
  26. When Are Implicit Agents Encoded? Evidence from Cross-Modal Naming, halaman 185-191
  27. Metaphors and the Mental Lexicon , halaman 192-198
  28. Semantic Features and Semantic Categories: Differences in Rapid Activation of the Lexicon, halaman 199-204
  29. The Mass/Count Distinction: Evidence from On-Line Psycholinguistic Performance, halaman 205-211
  30. Is There a Dual System for Regular Inflections?, halaman 212-217
  31. Decomposition: To What Extent? The Case of Turkish, halaman 218-224
  32. The Representation of Inflectional Morphology: Evidence from Broca’s Aphasia, halaman 225-232
  33. The Phonology–Morphosyntax Interface: Affixed Words in Agrammatism, halaman 233-240
  34. What Do Category-Specific Semantic Deficits Tell Us about the Representation of Lexical Concepts?, halaman 241-248
  35. Finnish Compound Structure: Experiments with a Morphologically Impaired Patient, halaman 249-253
  36. What Is a Word? Recognizing Polymorphemic Lexical Items in DLI, halaman 254-261
  37. Production of Grammatical Number in Specific Language Impairment: An Elicitation Experiment on Finnish, halaman 262-267
  38. Patterns of Acquisition in the Emerging Mental Lexicon: The Case of to and for in English, halaman 268-276
  39. Why Simple Verb Forms Can Be So Difficult to Spell: The Influence of Homophone Frequency and Distance in Dutch, halaman 277-283
  40. Onsets and Rimes in a Phonologically Transparent Orthography: Differences between Good and Poor Beginning Readers of Dutch, halaman 284-290
  41. A Developmental Grammar for Syllable Structure in the Production of Child Language, halaman 291-299
  42. Masked Syllable Priming of English Nouns, halaman 300-305
  43. Phonotactics, Neighborhood Activation, and Lexical Access for Spoken Words, halaman 306-311
  44. The Role of Prosody in the Mental Lexicon, halaman 312-317
  45. Does Phonological Change Play a Role in the Recognition of Derived Forms across Modalities?, halaman 318-323
  46. Lexical Morphology and Lexical Access, halaman 324-332
  47. Morpholexical Access and Naming: The Semantic Interpretability of New Root–Suffix Combinations, halaman 333-339
  48. Linearity and Morphological Structure in Derived Words: Evidence from Category Decision, halaman 340-346
  49. Rule-Based versus Associative Processes in Derivational Morphology, halaman 347-354
  50. Interactive Activation Accounts of Morphological Decomposition: Finding the Trap in Mousetrap?, halaman 355-361
  51. Processing Compounds: A Cross-Linguistic Study, halaman 362-369
  52. The Role of Morphological Structure in the Processing of Compounds: The Interface between Linguistics and Psycholinguistics, halaman 370-377
  53. Ambiguous Novel Compounds and Models of Morphological Parsing, halaman 378-389

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