LINGUIST List 12.2615

Sat Oct 20 2001

Qs: Morphemics/Eng Lang Teaching, Semantic Priming

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  1. Erdinc Kuru, Morphonology and morphemics
  2. Jennifer R Talley, Question on semantic priming

Message 1: Morphonology and morphemics

Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 19:24:27 +0300
From: Erdinc Kuru <erdinckuruhotmail.com>
Subject: Morphonology and morphemics



Dear Linguists,

 I am doing a graduate thesis about ''The functions of
morphophonology and The use of morphemics in English Language
Teaching''.Although I have searched these subjects in all libraries in
Istanbul, I couldn't gather any information. I would be grateful for
any help you could give me.

 I am looking forward to your message.
 
Yours Sincerely,
Erdinc Kuru 
Student at English Language Teaching at Hacettepe University in Turkey.


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Message 2: Question on semantic priming

Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2001 09:58:43 -0400
From: Jennifer R Talley <jennifertalleyholycos.com>
Subject: Question on semantic priming


Hello,

Does anyone have experience with semantic priming? I am new to this
area of research, so any insights or experiences would be appreciated.
I am specifically interested in comparing associative vs. relational
priming, but please share any experiences you may have on the topic at
large.

Thank you, 
Jennifer Talley
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