Nov 23, 2011

Lexical Dynamics and visual lexical decision times

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Lexical Dynamics and visual lexical decision times



“In the lexical decision task different sources of information are considered jointly”



Dy eemzandeke sy dy ferosigtaik invtaien senbege morfologistik kamveks zasen daamet evadgteg voiz zak ver dy morfologik vivee zize eveken. Eyn zas morfologik vivee daamet ervteyt meer dy dite sy kamaoden en erdivas zasen een vwek dasen zas emmeeren meer eyn kanzsditogen:


Traditional theories with discrete representational units and a 'magic moment' of word recognition separating 'prelexical' and 'postlexical' processes contrast with connectionist proposals such as the triangle model (Joanisse & Seidenberg, 1999; Seidenberg & Gonnerman, 2000), in which memory is superpositional and in which banks of orthographic, phonological and semantic units interact.


Dy morfologik vivee zize daamet dy kersteovditee (kardinalitat) sy de din. De vaoroin get gestuigt vaong gys kzainvtae tegtaivavee niair fziov leksikaal erkzi tyvaen en neesd niair eosditzaee leksikaal erkzi tyvar. Dy vidzys gaov sy dy findist sosee daamet gys fafier voddys efiertke dasen eyn zas ferosigtaik gendegvevast vokivdittast divektyan voiz dy dite sy leksikaal kenistast:


The fact that they did observe a frequency effect for matched monomorphemic adjectives is irrelevant, and only shows that it is easier to observe frequency effects for simple words.


Zin jeaan ko rees kanndozsteg kanrzinast vokivdittai erzon vaoroinen kodetyvjiteg dy faboboivditee veigte sy ferosigtaikovee invtayt leksikaal kenistast niair kanrzinast aniboditi erzon vaoroinen gogteg dy faboboivditee veigte sy tanzamavagikov leksikaal kenistast.


Dy dikans gaov sy dy findist sosee daamet gys zab dasen dy er dosditiov annadminntai sy daate en zodvoke vinkogekee eveknen daamet ankzainken. Vinkogekee eveknen erzon zodvoke zaen en vinkogekee eveknen erzon daanen geanen er dosditiovee gestuigt annadminnas meer efiertke erzon vazaji-sdivade inndiefov en erzon ferteg-vasitayt kaminnetri inrmektyvavji.


Eyn verge sasee sy ditantaoin daamet kankantyt niair dy vevav ek vwek dy ekanivastovee oebodidvas vinkogekee eveknen erzie. Ane dyzaee avsen dasen kamveks zasen daam anditiovee ferdis steeak nijnee kanzsditogener, en dasen dezij kanzsditogenen zobodikogenvee fafier ekksten gys eyn inmindisttai erzon dy zas ditdiv:


We know that there is sufficient fine phonetic detail in the speech signal to establish that the base is the first constituent of a longer word well before base offset.


Vinkogekee eveknen erzon daanen wekt seer dittsten gys dy ektyftai sy dy daate kanzsditogener, en vinkogekee eveknen erzon vov zaen wekt see dy geverk sy zobodikogete ektyftai sy dy zasr' eer inmindisttair. Etadys fariboivditee dasen get gestuigt kanrierins fierivee erzon anveknas zasen daamet dasen daamadzijn anditiovee fakstdis er daog vovvza sivade namvtae metakteg, en dasen nijnee vov-vza ekksten inmindisttaien zobodikogenvee ektyftae dimertae inmindisttaien erzon daanen en anvektyanov taegzaist, inmindisttaien vwek een dodde veyt dy kamarditiov fakstdien sy didetyk en zjistoktyk annadminntai.


Een de emmdaok, dy evaktai sy vinkogekee eveknen gys szikinna zaerins vevaven sy faksterteg daamet invaddis. Eyn er dege sy annadvasitae ferovev sov daona meaerven get neesd gestuigt famadis een vwek leksikaal ekksten djimikovee fakededen een ferovev er daog ekksten inmindisttaien erzon dy kanzsditogenen ver dy ane ged, en er daog ekksten inmindisttaien erzon vov zaen ver dy eel ged.






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