Table of Contents:
Introduction: The Mental Lexicon: "Some Words to Talk about Words" (Patrick Bonin); Chapter 1. Modeling Letter Position Coding in Printed Word Perception (Jonathan Grainger, CNRS and University of Provence, France; Walter J.B. Van Heuven, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands); Chapter 2. Semantic and Associative Priming in the Mental Lexicon (Ludovic Ferrand and Boris New, CNRS and Université René Descartes, Paris V, France); Chapter 3. Mental Lexicon for Proper Names (Marie Izaute, Université Blaise Pascal); Chapter 4. An Alternative Account for the Effects of Age of Acquisition (Viv Moore, University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom); Chapter 5. Where Are Age of Acquisition (AoA) Effects in Written Picture Naming? Some Insights with the Use of Objective Written AoA Norms (Patrick Bonin, Alain Méot and Bruno Boyer, Université Blaise Pascal); Chapter 6. Age-of-Acquisition and Concreteness Effects in Reading, Naming and Comprehension in a Deep Dyslexic Patient (Christopher Barry University of Essex, Colchester, U.K.; and Simon Gerhand, Birmingham University, U.K); Chapter 7. A Role for Emotion in Lexical Access (Paula M. Niedenthal and Silvia Krauth-Gruber, CNRS and Université Blaise Pascal; François Ric, Université René Descartes, Paris, France); Chapter 8. Consistency Effect in Written Word Processing: A Serial Recall Paradigm Approach (Sandra Collay, Michel Fayol and Patrick Bonin, Université Blaise Pascal); Chapter 9. Building the Mental Lexicon by Exposure to Print: A Corpus-Based Analysis of French Reading Books (Bernard Lété, INRP & CNRS-LPL, France); Chapter 10. Distributional Properties of Language and Sub-Syllabic Processing Units (Ronald Peerman, Nicolas Dubois Dunilaca and Pierre Perruchet, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France; Alain Content, Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium); Index.