Visual trimorphemic compound recognition in a morphographic script 1

  title={Visual trimorphemic compound recognition in a morphographic script 1},
  author={Koji Miwa and Gary Libben and Yu Ikemoto},
This lexical decision with eye-tracking study investigated how Japanese trimorphemic compounds (e.g., 体温計 ‘clinical thermometer’) are recognized. The questions answered were, in the course of decomposing and composing Japanese trimorphemic compounds, (1) whether recognition processes are tuned for a specific branching direction, (2) whether the morphological processing proceeds in a bottom-up combinatorial manner, and (3) whether the three constituents of trimorphemic compounds are equally… CONTINUE READING


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