Morphological Analysis in Sentence Reading

@inproceedings{Lima2003MorphologicalAI,
  title={Morphological Analysis in Sentence Reading},
  author={S. B. P. de Lima},
  year={2003}
}
In two experiments. adults’ eye movements were monitored while they read sentences containing prefixed (e.g.. REVIVE) or pseudoprefixed (e.g.. RESCUE) words closely matched on initial letter pattern. frequency. length. and syntactic category. It was found that pseudoprefixed words received longer fixations and were associated with shorter departing saccades than prefixed words. These results supported the hypothesis that words are stripped of their prefixes prior to lexical access. and that… CONTINUE READING

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