Mental Lexicon

Chapter 8 of What is Morphology? examines the field of psycholinguistics and the study of the mental lexicon. First, describe how the study of morphology can help researchers understand exactly how the mental lexicon functions. Next, in addition to the rote recognition and rule-based recognition systems explained in What is Morphology?, discuss some of the other ways the mental lexicon might possibly be organized (e.g., by sound or part of speech) and provide examples for each. Use additional sources in addition to the required textbooks to support your response.

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