Lexical Representation and Process by William D. Marslen-wilson

Lexical Representation and Process

EditorWilliam D. Marslen-wilson

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How do humans understand and process language? The 18 contributions in Lexical Representation and Process provide a coherent and well-documented frame of reference for a field of study that is becoming central to both linguistics and psycholinguistics. They include a wide variety of approaches -- from the radical alternative of new connectionist models, through new developments in traditional symbolic approaches, to the reemphasis on linguistic concepts as a crucial input to psycholinguistic models. Chapters are organized in sections covering psychological models of lexical processing, the nature of the input, lexical structure and process, and parsing and interpretation.

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William D. Marslen-Wilson is a Senior Scientist at the Medical Research Council Applied Psychology Unit in Cambridge, England.
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Title:Lexical Representation and ProcessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:588 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.4 inPublished:November 21, 1991Publisher:The MIT Press

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ISBN - 10:0262631423

ISBN - 13:9780262631426

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A comprehensive look at recent theoretical and experimental work in word recognition and word retrieval... [that] will provide a primary reference point for the next few years of research on lexical processing.