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Cognitive Models Of Speech Processing : The Second Sperlonga Meeting - Gerry T. M. Altmann

Cognitive Models Of Speech Processing

The Second Sperlonga Meeting

By: Gerry T. M. Altmann (Editor), Richard Shillcock (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 6th December 1993
ISBN: 9780863773020
Number Of Pages: 531

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A comprehensive review for those interested in the range of theoretical concerns in speech and language processing. Specific topics covered include the development of phonetical abilities in infants and the recognition of morphologically complex words.

List of First Authors
Overviewp. 1
Introduction to the Chapters by Werker and Jusczykp. 23
How Word Recognition May Evolve from Infant Speech Perception Capacitiesp. 27
Developmental Changes in Cross-language Speech Perception: Implications for Cognitive Models of Speech Processingp. 57
The Time Course of Prelexical Processing: The Syllabic Hypothesis Revisitedp. 81
Language-specific Processing: Does the Evidence Converge?p. 115
Representation and Access of Derived Words in Englishp. 125
What Determines Morphological Relatedness in the Lexicon? Comments on the chapter by Tyler, Waksler, and Marslen-Wilsonp. 141
Modularity and the Processing of Closed-class Wordsp. 163
Issues of Process and Representation in Lexical Accessp. 187
Bottom-up Connectionist Models of 'Interaction'p. 211
Competitor Effects During Lexical Access: Chasing Zipf's Tallp. 235
Connections, Competitions, and Cohorts: Comments on the Chapters by Marslen-Wilson; Norris; and Bard and Shillcockp. 277
More on Combinatory Lexical Information: Thematic Structure in Parsing and Interpretationp. 297
Reconsidering Reactivationp. 321
Processing Empty Categories: A Question of Visibilityp. 351
Transparency and Visibility: Sentence Processing and the Grammar of Anaphorap. 401
Agreement, Coindexing and Reactivation: A Reply to Barssp. 453
Form-priming and Temporal Integration in Word Recognitionp. 467
An Overview of Neighbourhood Effects in Word Recognitionp. 497
Author Indexp. 517
Subject Indexp. 523
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ISBN: 9780863773020
ISBN-10: 0863773028
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 531
Published: 6th December 1993
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 15.88  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 0.91
Edition Number: 1