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Allomorphic responses in Serbian pseudo-nouns as a result of analogical learning

Petar Milin, Emmanuel Keuleers and Dušica Filipović-Đurđević (2011) ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA. 58(1-2). p.65-84
abstract
Allomorphy is a phenomenon that occurs in many languages. Several psycholinguistic studies have shown that allomorphy, if present, co-determines cognitive processing. In the present paper we discuss allomorphic variations of Serbian instrumental singular form of pseudo-nouns as emerging from analogical learning. We compare the predictions derived from memory-based language processing models with results from a previous experimental study with adult Serbian native speakers. Results confirm that the production of suffix allomorphs in Serbian instrumental singular masculine nouns can be accounted for by memory-based learning and simple analogical inferences. The present findings are in line with a growing body of research showing that memory-based learning models make relevant predictions about the cognitive processes involved in various linguistic phenomena.
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SINGLE-ROUTE, MENTAL LEXICON, MORPHOLOGY, REPRESENTATION, INFLECTION, allomorphy, memory-based learning, analogy, wug test, Serbian
journal title
ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA
Acta Linguist. Hung.
volume
58
issue
1-2
pages
65 - 84
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Article
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000288157800005
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1588-2624
DOI
10.1556/ALing.58.2011.1-2.4
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English
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1081681
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1081681
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2010-12-02 22:28:50
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  author       = {Milin, Petar and Keuleers, Emmanuel and Filipovi\'{c}-\unmatched{0110}ur\unmatched{0111}evi\'{c}, Du\v{s}ica},
  issn         = {1588-2624},
  journal      = {ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA},
  keyword      = {SINGLE-ROUTE,MENTAL LEXICON,MORPHOLOGY,REPRESENTATION,INFLECTION,allomorphy,memory-based learning,analogy,wug test,Serbian},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-2},
  pages        = {65--84},
  title        = {Allomorphic responses in Serbian pseudo-nouns as a result of analogical learning},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1556/ALing.58.2011.1-2.4},
  volume       = {58},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Milin, Petar, Emmanuel Keuleers, and Dušica Filipović-Đurđević. 2011. “Allomorphic Responses in Serbian Pseudo-nouns as a Result of Analogical Learning.” Acta Linguistica Hungarica 58 (1-2): 65–84.
APA
Milin, P., Keuleers, E., & Filipović-Đurđević, D. (2011). Allomorphic responses in Serbian pseudo-nouns as a result of analogical learning. ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA, 58(1-2), 65–84.
Vancouver
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Milin P, Keuleers E, Filipović-Đurđević D. Allomorphic responses in Serbian pseudo-nouns as a result of analogical learning. ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA. 2011;58(1-2):65–84.
MLA
Milin, Petar, Emmanuel Keuleers, and Dušica Filipović-Đurđević. “Allomorphic Responses in Serbian Pseudo-nouns as a Result of Analogical Learning.” ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA 58.1-2 (2011): 65–84. Print.