When semantics means less than morphology : the processing of German prefixed verbs

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Language and Cognitive Processes. 2009, 24(3), pp. 337-375. ISSN 0169-0965. Available under: doi: 10.1080/01690960802075497
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This study investigated whether form and meaning relatedness modulate the processing of morphologically related German verbs. In two overt visual priming experiments, we compared responses for verb targets (kommen, come) that were preceded by a purely semantically related verb (nahen, approach), by a morphologically and semantically related verb (mitkommen, come along), by a purely morphologically related verb (umkommen, perish), or by an unrelated verb (schaden, harm). In Experiment 1, morphological relatedness produced robust facilitation, which was not influenced by semantic relatedness. Moreover, this morphological facilitation was far stronger than the priming by purely semantically related verbs. In Experiment 2, orthographically similar primes (kaumlmmen, comb) produced interference effects and thus indicated that the morphological facilitation effects were not the result of sheer form overlap between primes and targets. These findings argue for a single system that processes morphological relations independently of form and meaning relatedness.

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ISO 690SMOLKA, Eva, Sarolta KOMLOSI, Frank RÖSLER, 2009. When semantics means less than morphology : the processing of German prefixed verbs. In: Language and Cognitive Processes. 2009, 24(3), pp. 337-375. ISSN 0169-0965. Available under: doi: 10.1080/01690960802075497
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  title={When semantics means less than morphology : the processing of German prefixed verbs},
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  volume={24},
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  journal={Language and Cognitive Processes},
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  author={Smolka, Eva and Komlosi, Sarolta and Rösler, Frank}
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