Morphology: Morphology: its place in the wider context
This six-volume collection draws together the most significant contributions to morphological theory and analysis which all serious students of morphology should be aware of. By comparing the stances taken by the different schools about the important issues, the reader will be able to judge the merits of each, with the benefit of evidence rather than prejudice.
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Regular morphology and the lexicon
Derivational rules and the internal lexicon
Frequency and the lexical storage of regularly inflected forms
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activation levels adjective affix allomorph alternation analysis animacy aphasia aphasics base form Broca's aphasics Bybee Caramazza Cognitive complex context critical pair DATR declensional classes derived desinences effect English error rate error types evidence example exchanges feature forms are stored function words gender German grammatical grammaticalization graphemic high-frequency inheritance innovations interaction language acquisition lexical items lexical semantics lexicon linguistic low-frequency MacWhinney markedness meaning mor gen mor nom morphemes morphological morphological errors nodes nominal nonword nouns occur output pairs paradigm paraphasias past tense pattern pheme phonemes phonological plur plural predicted present processing qualia regular regularly inflected forms relations representation Russian schema selected semantic sentence signantia signata simulation singular SJD's slips sound errors speakers speech errors stem Stemberger structure substitution errors suffix syllable syntactic target theory tion type frequency Verbal verbs vowel Wernicke's aphasia word senses zakon