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Contents Preface and Overview vi Notes on the Contributors xii 1Why Study Compound Processing? An overview of the issues 1 Gary Libben 2Compound Types 23 Wolfgang U. Dressler 3Compound Representation and Processing: A crosslanguage perspective 45 Gonia Jarema 4The Neuropsychology of Compound Words 71 Carlo Semenza and Sara Mondini 5Preschool Childrens Acquisition of Compounds 96 Elena Nicoladis 6DoghouseChienmaisonNiche: Approaches to the understanding of compound processing in bilinguals 125 Erika S. Levy, Mira Goral, and Loraine K. Obler 7Conceptual combination: Implictions for the mental lexicon 145 Christina L. Gagn and Thomas L. Spalding 8Processing Chinese compounds: A survey of the literature 169 James Myers References 197 Index 000
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Grammar, Comparative and general -- Compound words -- Psychological aspects.