Morphological priming in overt language production: Electrophysiological evidence from Dutch

  title={Morphological priming in overt language production: Electrophysiological evidence from Dutch},
  author={Dirk Koester and Niels O. Schiller},
The present study investigated morphological priming in Dutch and its time course in overt speech production using a long-lag priming paradigm. Prime words were compounds that were morphologically related to a picture name (e.g. the word jaszak, 'coat pocket' was used for a picture of a coat; Dutch jas) or form-related monomorphemic words (e.g. jasmijn, 'jasmine'). The morphologically related compounds could be semantically transparent (e.g. eksternest, 'magpie nest') or opaque (e.g. eksteroog… CONTINUE READING


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