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한국어 고유 접두파생명사의 철자, 형태소, 의미 정보 활성화 양상 차이

Different Time Courses of Orthographic, Morphological, and Semantic Activation during Korean Prefixed Derivational Word Recognition

한국심리학회지: 인지 및 생물 / The Korean Journal of Cognitive and Biological Psychology, (P)1226-9654; (E)2733-466X
2014, v.26 no.1, pp.1-20
https://doi.org/10.22172/cogbio.2014.26.1.001
남수린 (고려대학교)
백연지 (고려대학교)
임희석 (고려대학교)
남기춘 (고려대학교)
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초록

The current study was carried out in order to define the representation of Korean prefixed nouns in the mental lexicon, as well as compare and contrast the activation patterns of orthographic, morphological, and semantic information as time varies. A masked priming lexical decision task was used in 2 experiments. Experiment 1 consisted of the 3 conditions: (1) morphologically related (e.g., 개망신-개고생), (2) orthographically related (e.g., 개나리-개망신), and unrelated condition (e.g., 화제작-개고생 ). Experiment 2 added a semantically related (e.g., 장마철-먹구름), and identical (e.g., 늦둥이-늦둥이) conditions to the same paradigm. Both experiments had stimulus onset asynchronies (SOA) of 57ms, 300ms, and 750ms. The results showed that in experiment 1, a significant early priming effect was shown for orthographically related prime-target pairs, but disappeared as SOA was increased, albeit never showing inhibitory effects. Morphological priming effects were also seen in the early SOA, and significantly increased as the SOA increased. In experiment 2, semantically priming effects were seen starting from the 300ms SOA, and also significantly increased in the latter SOA. While not significant, orthographically related pairs showed a similar pattern to that of experiment 1, morphologically related conditions showed a statistical significance only in the 300ms SOA, and disappeared in the final SOA. Combining the results, we conclude that Korean prefixed nouns follow the morphological decomposition model, and that orthography, morphology, and semantics are all processed independently. Thus, while in the early processing period orthographic and morphological information is activated, the processing activation decreases as time passes, and as time passes, only morphological and semantic information seem to be processed.

keywords
derived noun, Korean prefixed word, morphological process, representation in the mental lexicon, 파생명사, 고유 접두어, 형태소 처리, 심성어휘집 표상

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