The Mental Lexicon 7:2
[The Mental Lexicon, 7:2] 2012. iii, 130 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Drawing attention to primes increases inhibitory word priming effects.Robert Zimmerman and Pablo Gomez | pp. 119–146
The mental representation of derived words: An experimental study of –sa and –mi nominals in JapaneseHarald Clahsen and Yu Ikemoto | pp. 147–182
Danger and usefulness effects as a function of concept ancientnessDevon Witherell, Lee H. Wurm, Sean R. Seaman, Nikki A. Brugnone, and Evan T. Fulford | pp. 183–209
Toward a neurolexicology: A method for exploring the organization of the mental lexicon by analyzing electrophysiological signalsSabine Ploux, Stéphanie Dabic, Yves Paulignan, Anne Cheylus, and Tatjana A. Nazir | pp. 210–236
P3: A technique for the study of perception, production, and participant propertiesGary Libben, Silke Weber, and Koji Miwa | pp. 237–248
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