Exploring the Second Language Mental Lexicon


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The findings revealed that basic to lexicon and involved in its organization is an interrelated phonological system, a system of meaning relations and a spelling system which are interrelated. Other experiments e. Kraut, et. Findings on storage of words in mind Apart from the question of what the structure of mental lexicon is and what is its organization, one may ask himself in what ways the stored lexical items are interrelated.

Research in memory suggests that words are stored and remembered in a network of associations and this is agreed upon by a lot of researches Gairns , These associations can be of many types and linked in a number of ways. As Bruza et al. Set Model Theories The semantic feature theory suggested by Katz and Fodor [8] assumes that there is a core meaning for each word and it has a number of nonessential facts surrounding it. Katz and Fodor ibid. Prototype Theories Sripada [18] explains that based on prototype theory, people have already-held-in- mind concepts and they match features of the objects they encounter with them.