Methodological and Analytic Frontiers in Lexical Research (Part I)

Special issue of The Mental Lexicon 5:3 (2010)

Editors
Gonia Jarema | Inst. Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal
ORCID logoGary Libben | University of Calgary
ORCID logoChris Westbury | University of Alberta
[The Mental Lexicon, 5:3] 2010.  v, 188 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Methodological and analytic frontiers in lexical research
277–279
Articles
Measures of phonological typicality: Robust coherence and psychological validity
Padraic Monaghan, Morten H. Christiansen, Thomas A. Farmer and Stanka A. Fitneva
281–299
Assessing language impairment in aphasia: Going beyond pencils and paper in the computer age
Chris Westbury
300–323
Behavioral profiles: A fine-grained and quantitative approach in corpus-based lexical semantics
Stefan Th. Gries
323–346
Using a maze task to track lexical and sentence processing
Kenneth I. Forster
347–357
Stimulus norming: It is too soon to close down brick-and-mortar labs
Lee H. Wurm and Annmarie Cano
358–370
Connectionism and the role of morphology in visual word recognition
Jay Rueckl
371–400
Towards a localist-connectionist model of word translation
Ton Dijkstra and Steven Rekké
401–420
Chinese as a natural experiment
James Myers
421–435
Demythologizing the word frequency effect: A discriminative learning perspective
Harald Baayen
436–461
Contents of Volume 5
463–464
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