The Mental Lexicon
- Models of the representation of words in the mind
- Computational models of lexical access and production
- Experimental investigations of lexical processing
- Neurolinguistic studies of lexical impairment.
- Functional neuroimaging and lexical representation in the brain
- Lexical development across the lifespan
- Lexical processing in second language acquisition
- The bilingual mental lexicon
- Lexical and morphological structure across languages
- Formal models of lexical structure
- Corpus research on the lexicon
- New experimental paradigms and statistical techniques for mental lexicon research
The Mental Lexicon publishes its articles Online First.
“In an era when the highly specialized journal may fail to draw a large enough audience and the overly generalized journal may fail to find a coherent voice, the Journal of the Mental Lexicon seems to have found that ideal niche: a clear scholarly conception, an openness to multidisciplinary approaches and a broad appeal to the researcher, the clinician, the theoretician and the historian. John Benjamins Publishing is to be congratulated both on the foresight to support this worthwhile project and the acumen to have selected two outstanding scholars to edit what promises to be a bellwether among competing journals.”
Prof. Dr. Harry A. Whitaker, Department of Psychology, Northern Michigan University
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|Volume 18 (2023): 3 issues; ca. 450 pp.||EUR 305.00||EUR 361.00|
|Volume 17 (2022): 3 issues; ca. 450 pp.||EUR 305.00||EUR 354.00|
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(Vols. 1‒16; 2006‒2021)
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|Volume 14 (2019)||3 issues; 450 pp.||EUR 299.00||EUR 347.00|
|Volume 13 (2018)||3 issues; 450 pp.||EUR 290.00||EUR 337.00|
|Volume 12 (2017)||3 issues; 450 pp.||EUR 282.00||EUR 327.00|
|Volume 11 (2016)||3 issues; 450 pp.||EUR 282.00||EUR 317.00|
|Volume 10 (2015)||3 issues; 450 pp.||EUR 282.00||EUR 308.00|
|Volume 9 (2014)||3 issues; 450 pp.||EUR 282.00||EUR 299.00|
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|Volume 1 (2006)||2 issues; 330 pp.||EUR 215.00||EUR 222.00|
Volume 17 (2022)
Volume 16 (2021)
Volume 15 (2020)
Volume 14 (2019)
Volume 13 (2018)
Volume 12 (2017)
Volume 11 (2016)
Volume 10 (2015)
Volume 9 (2014)
Volume 8 (2013)
Volume 7 (2012)
Volume 6 (2011)
Volume 5 (2010)
Volume 4 (2009)
Volume 3 (2008)
Volume 2 (2007)
Volume 1 (2006)
8 April 2022
4 April 2022
25 March 2022
18 March 2022
8 March 2022
8 October 2021
22 January 2021
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