An ERP-study of German ‘irregular’ morphology

@article{Bartke2005AnEO,
  title={An ERP-study of German ‘irregular’ morphology},
  author={Susanne Bartke and Frank R{\"o}sler and Judith Streb and Richard Wiese},
  journal={Journal of Neurolinguistics},
  year={2005},
  volume={18},
  pages={29-55}
}
The plural morphology of German is characterised by five different plural allomorphs (-(e)n, -e, -er, -s, zero), partly combined with changes in the vowel (umlaut). While in former studies the -s plural allomorph is identified as the regular plural, the remaining forms are categorised as irregular. These observations have been discussed within the framework of the dual mechanism model. One component contains a rule for regular inflection; it provides the default. The second component is… CONTINUE READING

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