Net Word S


Papers in journals^
1.Acquaviva, P. (forthcoming). "The categories of Modern Irish verbal inflection", Journal of Linguistics.
2.Arndt-Lappe, S., and Plag, I. (forthcoming). "The role of prosodic structure in the formation of blends", English Language and Linguistics.
3.Bell, M.J., and Plag, I. (forthcoming). "Compound stress, informativity and analogy", Word Structure, 6.2.
4.Carreiras, M., Perea, M., Gil-López, C., Abu Mallouh, R., and Salillas, E. (forthcoming). "Neural correlates of visual vs. abstract letter processing in Roman and Arabic scripts", Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
5.Chersi, F., Ferro, M., Pezzulo, G., and Pirrelli, V. (forthcoming). "Topological self-organisation and prediction learning support action and lexical chains in the brain", Topics in Cognitive Science.
6.Kösling, K., Kunter, G., Baayen, H., and Plag, I. (forthcoming). "Prominence in triconstituent compounds: Pitch contours and linguistic theory", Language and Speech, 57.1.
7.Massol, S., Duñabeitia, J.A., Carreiras, M., and Grainger, J. (forthcoming). "Evidence for letter-specific position coding mechanisms", PLoS ONE.
8.Perea, M., Abu Mallouh, R., and Carreiras, M. (forthcoming). "Early access to abstract representations in developing readers: Evidence from masked priming", Developmental Science.
9.Baus, C., Costa, A., and Carreiras, M. (2013). "On the effects of second language immersion on first language production", Acta Psychologica, 142.3, 402-409.
10.Dohmas, U., Plag, I., and Carroll, R. (2013). "Word stress assignment in German, English and Dutch: Quantitysensitivityand extrametricality revisited", Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.
11.Duñabeitia, J.A., Dimitropoulou, M., Estévez, A., and Carreiras, M. (2013). "The influence of reading expertise in mirror-letter perception: Evidence from beginning and expert readers", Mind, Brain and Education, 7.2, 124-135.
12.Lallier, M., Carreiras, M., Tainturier, M.J., Savill, N., and Thierry, G. (2013). "Orthographic transparency modulates the grain size of orthographic processing: Behavioral and ERP evidence from bilingualism", Brain Research, 1505, 47-60.
13.Paradis, C., and Eeg-Olofsson, M. (2013). "Describing sensory experience: The genre of wine reviews", Metaphor & Symbol, 28.1, 1-19.
14.Raffaelli, I. (2013). "The model of morphosemantic patterns in the description of lexical architecture", Lingue e Linguaggio, 12.1.
15.van Dijk, M., van Geert, P., Korecky-Kröll, K., Maillochon, I., Laaha, S., Dressler, W.U., and Bassano, D. (2013). "Dynamic adaptation in child-adult language interaction", Language Learning, 63.2, 243-270.
16.Bell, M.J., and Plag, I. (2012). "Informativeness is a determinant of compound stress in English", Journal of Linguistics, 48, 485-520.
17.Beyersmann, E., Duñabeitia, J.A., Carreiras, M., Coltheart, M., and Castles, A. (2012). "Early morphological decomposition of suffixed words: Masked priming evidence with transposed-letter nonword primes", Applied Psycholinguistics, FirstView, 1-24.
18.Carreiras, M. (2012). "Reading and dislexia: a journey from neuroscience to education", Participación Educativa, 19-28.
19.Carreiras, M., Perea, M., and Abu Mallouh, R. (2012). "Priming of abstract letter representations may be universal: The case of Arabic", Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 19, 685-690 DOI 10.3758/s13423-012-0260-8.
20.Dressler, W.U. (2012). "On the acquisition of inflectional morphology: introduction", Morphology, 22.1, 1-8.
21.Durand, J., and Przewozny, A. (2012). "La phonologie de l’anglais contemporain : usages, variétés et structure", Revue Française de linguistique appliquée, 17.1, 25-36.
22.Duñabeitia, J.A., Dimitropoulou, M., Grainger, J., Hernández, J.A., and Carreiras, M. (2012). "Differential sensitivity of letters, numbers and symbols to character transpositions", Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24.7, 1610-1624.
23.Korecky-Kröll, K., Libben, G., Stempfer, N., Wiesinger, J., Reinisch, E., Bertl, J., and Dressler, W.U. (2012). "Helping a crocodile to learn German plurals: children’s online judgment of actual, potential and illegal plural forms", Morphology, 22.1, 35-65.
24.Loporcaro, M. (2012). "A new strategy for progressive marking and its implications for grammaticalization theory: the subject clitic construction of Pantiscu", Studies in Language , 36.4, 747-784.
25.Loporcaro, M. (2012). "Innalzamento delle vocali medie finali atone e armonia vocalica in Sardegna centrale", Vox Romanica, 70, 114-149.
26.Loporcaro, M. (2012). "Stems, endings and inflectional classes in Logudorese verb morphology", Lingue e linguaggio, 11.1, 5-34.
27.Pérez, M., Giraudo, H., and Tricot, A. (2012). "Sur la modélisation des processus cognitifs impliqués dans l’écriture manuscrite : dictée vs. copie", ANAE, 24.3.
28.Terranova, G., Ferro, M., Carpeggiani, C., Recchia, V., Braga, L., Semelka, S., and Picano, E. (2012). "Low Quality and Lack of Clarity of Current Informed Consent Forms in Cardiology - How to Improve Them", Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC): Cardiovascular Imaging, 5.6, 649-655.
29.Ferro, M., Marzi, C., and Pirrelli, V. (2011). "A self-organizing model of word storage and processing: implications for morphology learning", Lingue e Linguaggio, 10.2, 209-226.
30.Plag, I., Kunter, G., and Schramm, M. (2011). "Acoustic correlates of primary and secondary stress in North American English", Journal of Phonetics, 39, 362-374.
31.Schlücker, B., and Plag, I. (2011). "Compound or Phrase? Analogy in Naming", Lingua, 121, 1539-1551.
Books & chapter in books^
32.Acquaviva, P. (forthcoming). "Morphomic stem extension and the German n-declension", Oxford University Press, Oxford, In: The Morphome Debate: Diagnosing and Analyzing Morphomic Patterns, A. Luís & R. Bermudez-Otero (eds).
33.Acquaviva, P. (forthcoming). "Number", Oxford University Press, New York, In: Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics, M. Aronoff (ed).
34.Acquaviva, P. (forthcoming). "Singulatives", Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, In: Word Formation. An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe, P. Müller, I. Ohnheiser, S. Olsen, F. Rainer (eds).
35.Acquaviva, P. (forthcoming). "The roots of nominality, the nominality of roots", Oxford University Press, Oxford, In: The Syntax of Roots and the Roots of Syntax, A. Alexiadou et al. (eds).
36.Loporcaro, M. (forthcoming). "Morphomes in Sardinian verb inflection", Oxford University Press, Oxford, In: The Boundaries of Pure Morphology: Diachronic and Synchronic Perspectives, S. Cruschina, M.Maiden, J. C. Smith (eds).
37.Manova, S. (forthcoming). "Affixation", Oxford University Press, New York, In: Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics, M. Aronoff (ed).
38.Manova, S. (forthcoming). "Closing suffixes", Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, In: Word Formation in the European Languages. Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science, P. Müller, I. Ohnheiser, S. Olsen & F. Rainer (eds).
39.Pirrelli, V. (forthcoming). "Computational Issues in Word Processing", Blackwell, Oxford, In: The Handbook of Morphology, A. Spencer (ed).
40.Pirrelli, V., Ferro, M., and Marzi, C. (forthcoming). "Computational Complexity of Abstractive Morphology", Oxford University Press, Oxford, In: Understanding and Measuring Morphological Complexity, M. Baerman, D. Brown, G. Corbett (eds).
41.Bassano, D., Korecky-Kröll, K., Maillochon, I., and Dressler, W.U. (2013). "The acquisition of nominal determiners in French and German: A cross-linguistic perspective on the grammaticalization of nouns.", In: Grammaticalization and First Language Acquisition. Crosslinguistic Perspectives, D. Bassano, M. Hickmann (eds), ISBN 978-9027202697.
42.Bauer, L., Lieber, R., and Plag, I. (2013). "The Oxford reference guide to English morphology", Oxford University Press, Oxford, ISBN 978-0-19-957926-6.
43.Laaha, S., and Dressler, W.U. (2013). "Suffix predictability and stem transparency in the acquisition of German noun plurals", Benjamins, Amsterdam, In: Current Issues in Morphological Theory. (Ir)regularity, analogy and frequency, F. Kiefer, M. Ladányi, P. Siptár (eds), 217-235.
44.Paradis, C., Hudson, J., and Magnusson, U. (2013). "The construal of spatial meaning: windows into conceptual space", Oxford University Press, Oxford, ISBN 978-0199641635.
45.Paradis, C.,  J. Hudson, and Magnusson, U. (2013). "Windows in: Empirical evidence of construals of spatial meaning", Oxford University Press, Oxford, In: The construal of spatial meaning: Windows into conceptual space, C. Paradis, J. Hudson, U. Magnusson (eds), ISBN 9780199641635.
46. Paradis, C., and Willners, C. (2013). "Negation and approximation as configuration construal in space", Oxford University Press, Oxford, In: The construal of spatial meaning: Windows into conceptual space, C. Paradis, J. Hudson, U. Magnusson (eds), 287-311, ISBN 9780199641635.
47.Baus, C., and Carreiras, M. (2012). "Word processing", Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK), In: Language, from a biological point of view: Current issues in biolinguistics, C. Boeckx, M. C. Horno-Chéliz, J. L. Mendívil-Giró (eds).
48.Carreiras, M., Duñabeitia, J.A., and Molinaro, N. (2012). "Reading Words and Sentences in Spanish", Wiley-Blackwell, In: The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics, J.I. Hualde, A. Olarrea, E. O'Rourke (eds), 803-826, ISBN 978-1405198820.
49.Dressler, W.U., Lettner, L.E., and Korecky-Kröll, K. (2012). "Acquisition of German diminutive formation and compounding in a comparative perspective: Evidence for typology and the role of frequency", Benjamins, Amsterdam, In: Current Issues in Morphological Theory. (Ir)regularity, analogy and frequency, F. Kiefer, M. Ladányi, P. Siptár (eds), 237-264, ISBN 978-9027248404.
50.Jones, S., Murphy, M.L., Paradis, C., and Willners, C. (2012). "Antonyms in English: construals, constructions and canonicity", Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ISBN 978-0521761796.
51.Loporcaro, M. (2012). "Contact-induced change in personal pronouns: some Romance examples", Akademie Verlag, Berlin, In: Morphologies in Contact, M. Vanhove, T. Stolz, A.Urdze, H. Otsuka (eds), [Studia Typologica, STUF Beiheft 10, 207-225], ISBN 978-3-05-005701-9.
52.Paradis, C. (2012). "Lexical semantics", Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, In: The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, C. A. Chapelle (ed), 3357–3356, ISBN 978-1405194730.
53.Paradis, C. (2012). " Cognitive grammar", Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, In: The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, C. A. Chapelle (ed), 690-697, ISBN 978-1405194730.
54.van de Weijer, J., Paradis, C., Willners, C., and Lindgre, M. (2012). "As lexical as it gets. The role of co-occurrence of antonyms in a visual lexical decision experiment", Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, In: Frequency effects in language representation, D. Divjak, S. Th Gries (eds), Vol 2, 255–280, ISBN 978-3110273786.
55.Pirrelli, V., Ferro, M., and Calderone, B. (2011). "Learning paradigms in time and space. Computational evidence from Romance languages", Oxford University Press, Oxford, In: Morphological Autonomy: Perspectives from Romance Inflectional Morphology, M. Maiden, J.C. Smith, M. Goldbach, and M.O. Hinzelin (eds), 135-157, ISBN 978-0-19-958998-2.
Proceedings & special issues^
56.Perez, M., and Giraudo, H. (submitted). "Dictée et copie comme contraintes dans la modélisation de la production écrite de mots isolés", Conference: Writing Research Across Borders III, Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre La Défense, February 19-22, Paris, France.
57.Dal Maso, S., and Giraudo, H. (2013). "The processing of morphologically complex words en Italian L2", 1st international symposium Morphology and its interfaces, September 12-13, Lille, France.
58.Giraudo, H., and Voga, M. (2013). "Prefix units within the mental lexicon", In: Morphology in Toulouse. Selected Proceedings of Décembrettes 7 (Toulouse, 2-3 December 2010), N. Hathout, F. Montermini, J. Tseng (eds), Lincom Europa, München, 61-78, ISBN 978-3862884124.
59.Giraudo, H., Przewozny, A., and J-M Tarrier (2013). "LVTI / Language, Urban Life, Work and Identity: Ways and means", PAC 2013: Spoken English Corpora: from annotation to interphonologies, Laboratoire Parole et Langage & Aix-Marseille University, May 30-31, Aix-en-Provence, France.
60.Marzi, C. (2013). "Innovation, language, and the web", In: Fourteenth International Conference on Grey Literature (GL14), November 29-30, Rome, Italy, 14, 153-159.
61.Verhoeven, B., and Van Huyssteen, G.B. (2013). "More Than Only Noun-Noun Compounds: Towards an Annotation Scheme for the Semantic Modelling of Other Noun Compound Types.", 9th Joint ISO - ACL SIGSEM Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation (71-77).
62.Voga, M., Giraudo, H., and Anastassiadis-Symeonidis, A. (2013). "Does morphology play a role in L2 processing? Evidence from inflectional and derivational priming with Greek speakers of English", 1st international symposium Morphology and its interfaces, September 12-13, Lille, France.
63.Acquaviva, P., and Panagiotidis, P. (2012). "Lexical decomposition meets conceptual atomism", Lingue e Linguaggio, 11.2, 165-180.
64.Dal Maso, S., Giraudo, H., Voga, M., and Anastassiadis-Symeonidis, A. (2012). "Lexical organisation in L2: Is morphology completely absent?", Les Décembrettes 8, International Morphology Conference, December 6-7, Bordeaux, France.
65.Dressler, W.U., and Laaha, S. (2012). "The impact of types of analogy on first language acquisition", Lingue e Linguaggio, 11.2, 107-121.
66.Giraudo, H. (2012). "De la réalité psychologique du mot. Du Français et de l’Anglais aux langues du monde : variation, structure et théorie du langage.", June 28-30, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier.
67.Giraudo, H., and Hathout, N. (2012). "Serie size effects in visual word recognition", Exo-lexical variables in monolingual and bilingual morphological processing, IMM15, February 9-12, Vienna, Austria.
68.Marzi, C., and Pirrelli, V. (2012). "Understanding the Architecture of the Mental Lexicon", Lingue e Linguaggio, 11.2, 215-233.
69.Marzi, C., Ferro, M., and Pirrelli, V. (2012). "Prediction and Generalization in Word Processing and Storage", 8th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM8), September 14-17, Cagliari, Italy.
70.Marzi, C., Ferro, M., and Pirrelli, V. (2012). "Word Alignment and Paradigm Induction", Lingue e Linguaggio, 11.2, 251-274.
71.Marzi, C., Ferro, M., Caudai, C., and Pirrelli, V. (2012). "Evaluating Hebbian Self-Organizing Memories for Lexical Representation and Access", Eighth international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2012), May 21-27, Istanbul, Turkey.
72.Paradis, C.,  J. van de Weijer,  Willners, C., and Lindgren, M. (2012). "Evaluative polarity of antonyms", Lingue e Linguaggio, 11.2, 199-214.
73.Perez, M., and Giraudo, H. (2012). "Learning to write, contexts and cognitive structures: How do they interact? Les troubles du langage écrit : de l'enfance à l'âge adulte", Conference: Les Troubles du Langage écrit de l’enfance à l’âge adulte, March 16-17, Toulouse, France.
74.Verhoeven, B., Daelemans, W., and Van Huyssteen, G.B. (2012). "Classification of Noun-Noun Compound Semantics in Dutch and Afrikaans", Twenty-Third Annual Symposium of the Pattern Recognition Association of South Africa (121-125), ISBN 978-0-620-54601-0.
75.Voga, M., Giraudo, H., and Anastassiadis-Symeonidis, A. (2012). "Differential processing effects within second group Modern Greek verbs", Lingue e Linguaggio, 11.2, 215-233.
76.Ferro, M., Marzi, C., and Pirrelli, V. (2011). "T2HSOM: Understanding the Lexicon by Simulating Memory Processes for Serial Order", First International Workshop on Lexical Resources (WoLeR 2011), August 1-5, Ljubijana, Slovenia.
77.Voga, M., Giraudo, H., and Anastassiadis-Symeonidis, A. (2011). "Inflectional and derivational processing in a morphologically rich language: An overview of Greek bilingual and monolingual data", First NetWordS Workshop on Understanding the Architecture of the Mental Lexicon: Integration of Existing Approaches, November 24-26 , Pisa, Italy.