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Slavic Languages in Psycholinguistics

Slavic Languages in Psycholinguistics cover
E-ISBN 9783823379690
P-ISBN 9783823369691
Verlag Narr Francke Attempto
Erscheinungstermin 13.06.2016
Seiten 318
Autor/en Tanja Anstatt, Anja Gattnar, Christina Clasmeier
Seitenpreis pro Teilnehmer Basic: 2.5 Cent / Comfort: 5 Cent


Contents PDF 6‑8
(Buch 5-7)
Introduction PDF 8‑16
(Buch 7-15)
The use of experimental methods in linguistic research: advantages, problems and possible pitfalls: Barbara Mertins PDF 16‑35
(Buch 15-34)
How to investigate interpretation in Slavic experimentally?: Roumyana Slabakova PDF 35‑53
(Buch 34-52)
Does language-as-used fit a self-paced reading paradigm? (The answer may well depend on how you model the data.): Dagmar Divjak, Antti Arppe & Harald Baayen PDF 53‑84
(Buch 52-83)
One experiment — different languages: A challenge for the transfer of experimental designs. Examples from cross-linguistic and inner-Slavic research: Anja Gattnar PDF 84‑114
(Buch 83-113)
Variation in Russian verbal prefixes and psycholinguistic experiments: Anastasia Makarova PDF 114‑135
(Buch 113-134)
Reaction time methodology in psycholinguistic research: An overview of studies on Czech morphology: Denisa Bordag PDF 135‑152
(Buch 134-151)
Some “cases of doubt” in Russian grammar from different methodical perspectives: Elena Dieser PDF 152‑176
(Buch 151-175)
How to study spoken word recognition: evidence from Russian: Julija Nigmatulina, Olga Raeva, Elena Riechakajnen, Natalija Slepokurova & Anatolij Vencov PDF 176‑192
(Buch 175-191)
Are Schalter and šapka good competitors? Searching for stimuli for an investigation of the Russian-German bilingual mental lexicon: Christina Clasmeier, Tanja Anstatt, Jessica Ernst & Eva Belke PDF 192‑226
(Buch 191-225)
Measuring lexical proficiency in Slavic heritage languages: A comparison of different experimental approaches: Bernhard Brehmer, Tatjana Kurbangulova & Martin Winski PDF 226‑258
(Buch 225-257)
Psycholinguistic aspects of Belarusian-Russian language contact. An ERP study on code-switching between closely related languages: Jan Patrick Zeller, Gerd Hentschel & Esther Ruigendijk PDF 258‑280
(Buch 257-279)
Influence of spatial language on the non-linguistic spatial reasoning of sign language users. A comparison between Czech Sign Language users and Czech non-signers: Jakub Jehlička PDF 280‑300
(Buch 279-299)
Index PDF 300‑318
(Buch 299-318)

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