Effects of grammatical class and morphological structure in Chinese: A mixed logit model study on picture and word naming


Procedia: social & behavioral sciences, 6, 139-140


October, 2010


Che, W., Crepaldi, D., Su, I., & Luzzatti, C.

Lexical-semantic variables such as word frequency, imageability and age of acquisition have long been studied in order to shed light on the cognitive processes underlying the cognitive performance of normal and aphasic speakers (Nickels & Howard, 1995). However, little is known about the role of these variables in Chinese.