Morphology & the mental lexicon DAY 25 – Oct 25, 2013. Brain & Language LING 4110-4890-5110-7960 NSCI 4110-4891-6110 Harry Howard Tulane University. Course organization. The syllabus, these slides and my recordings are available at http://www.tulane.edu/~howard/LING4110/ .
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Brain & Language
Ingram: III. Lexical semantics, §9.
Acoustic phonetics Feature extraction
Articulatory phonetics Speech motor control
verb + past tense
/di.paɹ.t + ɪd/
These relations generalize to other morphemes and other languages, eg. tack~tacks, knife~knives, ox~oxen.
Can one learning model account for all three,
or is a dual-route model necessary,
or perhaps even a triple-route model?
Answer: The semantic relationship.
Start word semantics