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Morphological processing in word recognition: A review with particular reference to Spanish data

dc.contributor.authorDomínguez Martínez, Alberto
dc.contributor.authorCuetos Vega, Fernando 
dc.contributor.authorSegui, Juan
dc.identifier.citationPsicológica, 21, p. 375-401 (2000)
dc.description.abstractThe goal of this paper is to review the main results offered by someexperimental paradigms to support morphological processing of visual isolated words. Three theoretical hypotheses proposing different solutions to the role of word morphological structure in lexical access and representation are described: a) full parsing, b) full listing and c) mixed models. Data from morphologically structured nonwords, comparison between monomorphemic and polymorphemic words and between morphologically regular and irregular words, priming studies, and contrasts between superficial and cumulative frequency are examined to propose some tentative conclusions about the possibilities of the morphological processing modelseng
dc.description.sponsorshipThis research was supported in part by DGE-96-PB-0545 research grant to the second author.eng
dc.publisherUniversidad de Valenciaspa
dc.relation.ispartofPsicológica, 21spa
dc.titleMorphological processing in word recognition: A review with particular reference to Spanish dataeng
dc.typejournal articlespa

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