Lexical Representation in Arabic Research Paper

Lexical Representation in Arabic
The present paper deals with the lexical representaion of Arabic speakers, tested by a newly developed experimental paradigm.
# 2347 | 6,325 words | 13 sources | 2001 | IL
Published on Oct 30, 2001 in Biology (General) , Linguistics (General) , Language (General)


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A discussion about how words are stored in memory and retrieved. The author discusses how the mental lexical is organized focusing on the priming paradigm method, which entails looking for stimuli that facilitate word retrieval. This is a review of the relevant literature including a proposition of alternative instruments to be used as well as a pilot experiment using the proposed instrument. Main focus is on Arabic speakers.
Abstract

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. The Present Paper

4. Metodology

4.a. Stimuli and Design

4.b. Participants and Procedure

5. Results and Discussion

From the Paper:

"How is our mental lexicon organized?" Is this an abstract theoretical question that belongs solely to the domain of linguistics? In my opinion it does not; this question may have practical consequences too. Take for instance language learning: knowledge about the way the mental lexicon is organized might serve in constructing better learning programs. For example, if we knew that morphological knowledge of language learners facilitates their learning, it might be required to focus on this aspect when constructing a teaching program. And in fact, psycholinguistic literature does report a facilitating effect of morphological knowledge (Mimouni et al 1998, Deutsch et al 1998 and Frost et al 1997)."

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