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Do Semantic Contributions to Early Morphological Processing Vary With Target Semantic Density and Reading Skill?

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Professor Laurie Beth Feldman presents her research into how test subjects process words with a shared morpheme. Cognitive processing speed varies depending on how semantically similar words are, and depending on whether the shared morpheme is at the prefix or suffix position.

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