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Article Dans Une Revue Behavior Research Methods Année : 2021

Psycholinguistic norms for a set of 506 French compound words

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Compounds are morphologically complex words made of different linguistic parts. They are very prevalent in a number of languages such as French. Different psycholinguistic characteristics of compounds have been used in certain studies to investigate the mechanisms involved in compound processing (see Table 7). We provide psycholinguistic norms for a set of 506 French compound words. The words were normed on seven characteristics: lexeme meaning dominance, semantic transparency, sensory experience, conceptual familiarity, imageability, age of acquisition (AoA) and subjective frequency. Reliability measures were computed for the collected norms. Descriptive statistical analyses, and correlational and multiple regression analyses were performed. We also report some comparisons made between our normative data and certain norms obtained in other similar studies. The entire set of norms, which will be very useful to researchers investigating the processing of compounds, is available as Supplemental Material.
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hal-03358068 , version 1 (29-09-2021)

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Patrick Bonin, Betty Laroche, Alain Méot. Psycholinguistic norms for a set of 506 French compound words. Behavior Research Methods, In press, ⟨10.3758/s13428-021-01601-w⟩. ⟨hal-03358068⟩
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