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The Representation and Processing of Compound Nouns


This book presents new work on the psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics of compound words and shows the insights it offers on natural language processing and the relation between language, mind, and memory.

Preface and Overview vi
Notes on the Contributors xii
1 Why Study Compound Processing? An overview of the issues 1
Gary Libben
2 Compound Types 23
Wolfgang U. Dressler
3 Compound Representation and Processing: A cross-language perspective 45
Gonia Jarema
4 The Neuropsychology of Compound Words 71
Carlo Semenza and Sara Mondini
5 Preschool Children’s Acquisition of Compounds 96
Elena Nicoladis
6 Doghouse/Chien-maison/Niche: Approaches to the understanding of compound processing  in bilinguals 125
Erika S. Levy, Mira Goral, and Loraine K. Obler
7 Conceptual Combination: Implications for the
mental lexicon 145

Christina L. Gagneґ and Thomas L. Spalding
8 Processing Chinese Compounds: A survey of the literature 169
James Myers
References 197
Index 223

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