Bridging the Methodological Divide
Linguistic and psycholinguistic approaches to formulaic language
Special issue of The Mental Lexicon 9:3 (2014)
[The Mental Lexicon, 9:3] 2014. v, 126 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Introduction to the Special Issue: Bridging the methodological divide. Linguistic and psycholinguistic approaches to formulaic languageStefanie Wulff and Debra Titone | pp. 371–376
Time and again: The changing effect of word and multiword frequency on phonetic duration for highly frequent sequencesInbal Arnon and Uriel Cohen Priva | pp. 377–400
Words that go together: Measuring individual differences in native speakers’ knowledge of collocationsEwa Dąbrowska | pp. 401–418
Acquiring formulaic language: A computational modelStewart M. McCauley and Morten H. Christiansen | pp. 419–436
N-gram probability effects in a cloze taskCyrus Shaoul, R. Harald Baayen, and Chris F. Westbury | pp. 437–472
Time-dependent effects of decomposability, familiarity and literal plausibility on idiom meaning activation: A cross-modal priming investigationDebra Titone and Maya Libben | pp. 473–496
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