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flowering of formal phonological theory, which both provoked the rehabilitation of syllable structure in mainstream phonological theory, and led to the introduction of novel hierarchical organisation in autosegmental representations both below and above the

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Flemming, Edward 2002. Auditory representations in phonology. Routledge, New York. Flemming E. Auditory representations in phonology

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Richardson, Daniel C. — Michael J. Spivey — Lawrence W. Barsalou — Ken McRae 2003. Spatial representations activated during real-time comprehension of words. In: Cognitive Science 27: 767–780. McRae K

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output representations and the unity of opacity. In M. Hirotani , A. Coetzee , N. Hall and J.-Y. Kim (eds.) Proceedings of NELS 30 . Amherst : University of Massachusetts . 231 – 245 . Goldsmith , John . 1976 . Autosegmental

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postulates that people actively construct their mental representations toward potential health threats (i.e., an illness). Illness representation consists of cognitive representations and emotional representations. These two components interact with each

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Hematológia–Transzfuziológia
Authors: Ágnes Vincze, Andrea Megyeri, Antónia Losonczi, Éva Pintér, Zsolt Nagy and Judit Demeter

Irodalom 1 Reinhardt M. Cognitive representations of chronic diseases: empirical study of correlation between illness cognition and self

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phonological representations, part II . Dordrecht, Cinnaminson : Foris . 337 – 383 . Steriade , Donca . 2000 . Paradigm uniformity and the phonetics-phonology boundary . In M

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Acta Linguistica Hungarica
Authors: Sašo Živanović and Markus Pöchtrager

The article illustrates some of the salient features of Government Phonology (GP) 2.0 by axiomatising (a subclass of) the set of possible Putonghua forms.We show that a phonological theory can profit by assuming that phonological representations are hierarchical, just like syntactic representations. A structural relation of c++command, a relative of the well-known c-command, is used heavily. The similarity with syntax is further underlined by the introduction of a phonological Binding Theory: illicit representations are prohibited by the LUxI Principles, the phonological counterpart of Principles A, B and C.

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whether the topic is an ageing society or an active old age because statistics predict that in 2050 every fifth person will be over 60 years old. The health-psychological correlates of normal ageing can be easily captured by cognitive representations of

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whether the topic is an ageing society or an active old age because statistics predict that in 2050 every fifth person will be over 60 years old. The health-psychological correlates of normal ageing can be easily captured by cognitive representations of

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