This book presents new work on the psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics of compound words and shows the insights it offers on natural language processing and the relation between language, mind, and memory.
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Gary Libben is Professor of Linguistics and Director of the Centre for Comparative Psycholinguistics at the University of Alberta. He is the co-author, with M. Paradis, of The Assessment of Bilingual Aphasia (Erlbaum, 1987) and, with J. Archibald, of Research Perspectives on Second Language Acquisition (Copp, Clark, Pitman, 1995).
Gonia Jarema is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Montreal and Director of the Mental Lexicon Laboratory at the Research Centre of the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal. She specializes in the psycho- and neurolinguistics of the mental lexicon from a cross-linguistic perspective.
Gary Libben and Gonia Jarema have been guest editors of Brain and Language and Folia Linguistica. They have both served as Directors of the International Mental Lexicon Research Group of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. They are Editors of the journal The Mental Lexicon.
"The Representation and Processing of Compound Words is a good introduction to the issues that arise in doing research on compounds, and is instructive in illustrating how studying compounds provides insight into the nature of lexical access and the lexicon." --Linguist List
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