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Aldholmi, Yahya & Anne Pycha
2023. Segmental contributions to word recognition in Arabic sentences. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 59:2  pp. 257 ff. DOI logo
Ben-Zvi, Galit & Ronit Levie
2016. Development of Hebrew derivational morphology from preschool to adolescence. In Acquisition and Development of Hebrew [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 19],  pp. 135 ff. DOI logo
Deutsch, Avital
2016. The Separability of Morphological Processes from Semantic Meaning and Syntactic Class in Production of Single Words: Evidence from the Hebrew Root Morpheme. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 45:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Deutsch, Avital, Ram Frost, Alexander Pollatsek & Keith Rayner
2005. Morphological parafoveal preview benefit effects in reading: Evidence from Hebrew. Language and Cognitive Processes 20:1-2  pp. 341 ff. DOI logo
Deutsch, Avital & Adi Meir
2011. The role of the root morpheme in mediating word production in Hebrew. Language and Cognitive Processes 26:4-6  pp. 716 ff. DOI logo
Deutsch, Avital, Hadas Velan & Tamar Michaly
2018. Decomposition in a non-concatenated morphological structure involves more than just the roots: Evidence from fast priming. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71:1  pp. 85 ff. DOI logo
Freynik, Suzanne, Kira Gor & Polly O’Rourke
2017. L2 processing of Arabic derivational morphology. The Mental Lexicon 12:1  pp. 21 ff. DOI logo
Laure, Yael & Sharon Armon-Lotem
2023. Hebrew-L2 speakers process auditory templatic words through their L1 processing mechanism with awareness of L2. Frontiers in Psychology 14 DOI logo
Leikin, Mark & Even Zur Hagit
2006. Morphological Processing in Adult Dyslexia. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 35:6  pp. 471 ff. DOI logo
Prunet, Jean-François
2006. External Evidence and the Semitic Root. Morphology 16:1  pp. 41 ff. DOI logo
Rabia, Salim Abu & Haneen Wattad
2022. The lexical status of verbs among typical and dyslexic native Arabic readers: a developmental model. Annals of Dyslexia 72:1  pp. 97 ff. DOI logo
Raveh, Michal & Rachel Schiff
2008. Visual and Auditory Morphological Priming in Adults With Developmental Dyslexia. Scientific Studies of Reading 12:3  pp. 221 ff. DOI logo
Schiff, Rachel & Michal Raveh
2007. Deficient morphological processing in adults with developmental dyslexia: another barrier to efficient word recognition?. Dyslexia 13:2  pp. 110 ff. DOI logo
Schiff, Rachel, Michal Raveh & Avital Fighel
2012. The Development of the Hebrew Mental Lexicon: When Morphological Representations Become Devoid of Their Meaning. Scientific Studies of Reading 16:5  pp. 383 ff. DOI logo
Schiff, Rachel, Michal Raveh & Shani Kahta
2008. The developing mental lexicon: evidence from morphological priming of irregular Hebrew forms. Reading and Writing 21:7  pp. 719 ff. DOI logo
Schiff, Rachel, Sarit Schwartz-Nahshon & Revital Nagar
2011. Effect of phonological and morphological awareness on reading comprehension in Hebrew-speaking adolescents with reading disabilities. Annals of Dyslexia 61:1  pp. 44 ff. DOI logo
Shalhoub-Awwad, Yasmin
2020. The Role of Nominal Word Pattern in Arabic Reading Acquisition: Insights from Cross-modal Priming. Scientific Studies of Reading 24:4  pp. 307 ff. DOI logo
Shalhoub-Awwad, Yasmin
2023. The role of verbal patterns in Arabic reading acquisition: insights from cross-modal priming. Reading and Writing 36:3  pp. 649 ff. DOI logo
Wattad, Haneen & Salim Abu Rabia
2020. The Advantage of Morphological Awareness Among Normal and Dyslexic Native Arabic Readers: A Literature Review. Reading Psychology 41:3  pp. 130 ff. DOI logo

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