First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
1. The Role of Semantic Transparency in the Processing of Finnish Compound Words 2. Discontinuous Morphology in Time: Incremental Masked Priming in Arabic 3. Morphological Parafoveal Preview Benefit Effects in Reading: Evidence from Hebrew 4. A Roommate in Cream: Morphological Family Size Effects on Interlingual Homograph Recognition 5. The Role of Interword Spaces in the Processing of English Compound Words 6. Priming Morphologically Complex Verbs by Sentence Contexts: Effects of Semantic Transparency and Ambiguity 7. Are Stem Homographs and Orthographic Neighbors Processed Differently During Silent Reading? 8. The Locus and Time Course of Long-term Morphological Priming 9. Marked Cross-modal Morphological Priming: Unravelling Morpho-orthographic and Morpho-semantic Influences in Early Word Recognition 10. Where does Gender come from? Evidence from a Complex Inflectional System 11. The Processing of Root Morphemes in Hebrew: Contrasting Localist and Distributed Accounts 12. Prosodic Cues for Morphologiacl Complexity in Dutch and English 13. Changing Morphological Structures: The Effect of Sentence Context on the Interpretation of Structurally Ambiguous English Trimorphemic Words.