所属 専修大学 国際コミュニケーション学部 職種 准教授
|発表テーマ||Frequency effects in the processing of regularly inflected words by native and non-native English speakers|
|会議名||Brown-bag Seminar, University of Hawaii|
|主催者||University of Hawai'i at Manoa|
This study addresses the question of whether morphological processing of regular forms of a second language can be understood by associative memory or manipulation of linguistic rules. Results indicated that the effects of word frequency were evident and the learners' performance exhibited the log-linear function of power law of practice, providing evidence in support of the idea that associative processes are at work in the access of regular forms.