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Emergence of wordlikeness in the mental lexicon: Language, population, and task effects in visual word recognitionDownload
Various aspects of our higher-level cognition affect the buttom-up information uptake in perception of objects, faces, and scenes. Such interplay between new information and existing information in our memory can be seen also in rapid visual word recognition. Lexical processing architectures...
This dissertation examines the comprehension and production of Estonian case-inflected nouns. Estonian is a morphologically complex Finno-Ugric language with 14 cases in both singular and plural for each noun. Because storing millions of forms in memory seems implausible, languages like Estonian...