Frequency Effects in Auditory Word Recognition : The Case of Suffixed Words

@inproceedings{Meunier1999FrequencyEI,
  title={Frequency Effects in Auditory Word Recognition : The Case of Suffixed Words},
  author={Fanny Meunier and Juan Segui},
  year={1999}
}
This research studied the role of surface and cumulative word frequency in the processing and representation of morphologically complex suffixed words. Experiment 1 showed that auditory lexical decision times to suffixed words were influenced by their surface frequency. Experiments 2 and 3 showed a cumulative root frequency effect for highand low-surface-frequency suffixed words. Experiment 4 demonstrated that lexical decision times for these words varied as a function of their position in… CONTINUE READING

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