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  1. The Mental Lexicon 922

  2. Procedure Kazanina 2006, University of Ottawa <<

  3. How is the Mental lexicon organised? List Network A word is a bundle of features A word is a part of a network. Kazanina 2006, University of Ottawa

  4. Hierarchical Network (trees) From Elman 2004

  5. Sets and subsets From Elman 2004 <<

  6. Spreading Activation

  7. Conceptual level Lexical-semantic (Lemma) level Phonological (lexeme) level

  8. Word structure Cross-Position Priming Effects on Visual Word Recognition (Perea & Lupker 2003) • Uhser - USHER (internal condition) • Ushre – USHER (final condition) • Non words were also tested

  9. p<0.001 p<0.001 p<0.7

  10. Cross-Model Priming • Auditory prime, visual target Kazanina 2006, University of Ottawa

  11. Phonological priming (Marslen-Wilson & Zwiserlood 1985) Kazanina 2006, University of Ottawa

  12. Phonological priming (Marslen-Wilson & Zwiserlood 1985) Kazanina 2006, University of Ottawa

  13. Word initial cohort model

  14. Lindfield et al. (1999) Figure 1. Cumulative percentage of words correctly identified as word-onset durations were increased in 50-ms increments for the three presentation conditions (onset plus prosody, onset plus duration, onset only). Note that correct prosody also includes correct word length. Error bars represent one standard error of the mean.