Article published in:Methodological and Analytic Frontiers in Lexical Research
Edited by Gary Libben, Gonia Jarema and Chris Westbury
[Benjamins Current Topics 47] 2012
► pp. 105–134
Connectionism and the role of morphology in visual word recognition
This paper provides a review of the connectionist perspective on the role of morphology in visual word recognition. Several computational models of morphological effects in reading are described and relationships between these models, models of past tense production, and models of other aspects of word recognition are traced. Limitations of extant models are noted, as are some of the technical challenges that must be solved to develop the next generation of models. Finally, some directions for future research are identified.
Published online: 12 December 2012