Morphological productivity in the lexicon



Morphological segmentation using dirichlet process based bayesian non-parametric models
Kumyol, Serkan; Bozşahin, Hüseyin Cem; Can, Burcu; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2016)
This study, will try to explore models explaining distributional properties of morphology within the morphological segmentation task. There are di erent learning approaches to the morphological segmentation task based on supervised, semi-supervised and unsupervised learning. The existing systems and how well semi-supervised and unsupervised non-parametric Bayesian models t to the segmentation task will be investigated. Furthermore, the role of occurrence independent and co-occurrence based models in morphe...
Morphological priming in Turkish nominal compound processing
Özer, Sibel; Hohenberger, Annette Edeltraud; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2010)
Compounding, constructing new words out of previously known words by means of simple concatenation mostly, can be counted as one of the major word production mechanisms in the majority of languages. Their importance in the history of human languages warrants a detailed study with respect to the language faculty and related cognitive aspects. In the last decade, compound production as well as comprehension have become highly debated and investigated areas of research. Morphological priming is one frequently ...
Morphological processing in developing readers: a psycholinguistic study on Turkish primary school children
Uğuz, Enis; Kırkıcı, Bilal; Department of English Literature (2018)
The processing of morphologically complex words has been studies in many languages, leading to a variety of theoretical accounts. While dual-route models advocate two distinct mechanisms for word processing, single route models suggest a single mechanism. Contrasting findings as well as the different interpretations of the same results have kept the advocators of both accounts searching for a solid and undisputable justification for their views. This thesis investigated the early stages of morphological pro...
Morphological processing of inflected and derived words in L1 Turkish and L2 English
Şafak, Duygu Fatma; Kırkıcı, Bilal; Department of English Language Teaching (2015)
The present study aims at examining how inflected and derived words are processed during the early stages of visual word recognition in a native language (L1) and in a second language (L2). A second aim of the study is to find out whether or not the semantic and surface-form properties of morphologically complex words affect early word recognition processes. Two masked priming experiments were conducted to investigate morphological processing in L1 Turkish and in L2 English. In the first experiment, 40 L1 s...
Morphological data compression on Turkish texts.
Şimşek, Hülya; Akman, İbrahim; Department of Computer Engineering (1993)
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O. T. Şehitoğlu and H. C. Bozşahin, “Morphological productivity in the lexicon,” 1996, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: