• Computer Science
  • Published 2003

Reading morphologically complex words: Some thoughts from masked priming.

@inproceedings{Rastle2003ReadingMC,
  title={Reading morphologically complex words: Some thoughts from masked priming.},
  author={Kathleen Rastle and Matthew H. Davis},
  year={2003}
}
Much research suggests that words comprised of more than one morpheme (e.g., departure) are represented in a “decomposed” manner in the visual word recognition system, with morphologically complex words sharing representations with their stems (e.g., Rastle, Davis, Marslen-Wilson, & Tyler, 2000). In this chapter, we consider the extent to which semantic relationships influence morphological decomposition, especially with respect to those representations contacted in early visual word… CONTINUE READING

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