This Special Issue is the third volume produced by a group of researchers who convene every two years to discuss the role of morphology in word recognition.
Table of Contents
1. The Role of Semantic Transparency in the Processing of Finnish Compound Words 2. Discontinuous Morphology in Time: Incremental Masked Priming in Arabic 3. Morphological Parafoveal Preview Benefit Effects in Reading: Evidence from Hebrew 4. A Roommate in Cream: Morphological Family Size Effects on Interlingual Homograph Recognition 5. The Role of Interword Spaces in the Processing of English Compound Words 6. Priming Morphologically Complex Verbs by Sentence Contexts: Effects of Semantic Transparency and Ambiguity 7. Are Stem Homographs and Orthographic Neighbors Processed Differently During Silent Reading? 8. The Locus and Time Course of Long-term Morphological Priming 9. Marked Cross-modal Morphological Priming: Unravelling Morpho-orthographic and Morpho-semantic Influences in Early Word Recognition 10. Where does Gender come from? Evidence from a Complex Inflectional System 11. The Processing of Root Morphemes in Hebrew: Contrasting Localist and Distributed Accounts 12. Prosodic Cues for Morphologiacl Complexity in Dutch and English 13. Changing Morphological Structures: The Effect of Sentence Context on the Interpretation of Structurally Ambiguous English Trimorphemic Words.