Sami Boudelaa
Sami Boudelaa
United Arab Emirates University, Department of Cognitive Science
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Discontinuous morphology in time: Incremental masked priming in Arabic
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Language and Cognitive Processes 20 (1-2), 207-260, 2005
1862005
Morphological units in the Arabic mental lexicon
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Cognition 81 (1), 65-92, 2001
1692001
ARALEX: A lexical database for Modern Standard Arabic
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Behavior Research Methods 42 (2), 481-487, 2010
1102010
Abstract morphemes and lexical representation: The CV-Skeleton in Arabic
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Cognition 92 (3), 271-303, 2004
1032004
Allomorphic variation in Arabic: Implications for lexical processing and representation
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Brain and Language 90 (1-3), 106-116, 2004
742004
Productivity and priming: Morphemic decomposition in Arabic
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Language and Cognitive Processes 26 (4-6), 624-652, 2011
692011
Non-concatenative morphemes in language processing: Evidence from Modern Standard Arabic
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Spoken Word Access Processes, 2000
652000
Arabic morphology in the neural language system
S Boudelaa, F Pulvermüller, O Hauk, Y Shtyrov, W Marslen-Wilson
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (5), 998-1010, 2010
602010
A re-examination of the default system for Arabic plurals
S Boudelaa, MG Gaskell
Language and cognitive processes 17 (3), 321-343, 2002
602002
Structure, form, and meaning in the mental lexicon: Evidence from Arabic
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Language, cognition and neuroscience 30 (8), 955-992, 2015
562015
Is the Arabic mental lexicon morpheme-based or stem-based? Implications for spoken and written word recognition
S Boudelaa
Handbook of Arabic literacy, 31-54, 2014
492014
Morphological structure in the Arabic mental lexicon: Parallels between standard and dialectal Arabic
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson
Language and cognitive processes 28 (10), 1453-1473, 2013
392013
The time-course of morphological, phonological and semantic processes in reading Modern Standard Arabic
S Boudelaa, W Marslen-Wilson
Proceedings of the twenty-third annual conference of the cognitive science …, 2001
202001
In search of the minority default: the case of Arabic plurals
S Boudelaa, MG Gaskell
Proceedings of CogSci 2000, 48-53, 2000
82000
The differential time course for consonant and vowel processing in Arabic: implications for language learning and rehabilitation
S Boudelaa
Frontiers in Psychology 5 (doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01557), 10, 2015
72015
Representing coarticulation processes in Arabic speech'
FA Baothman, M Ingleby, S Boudelaa
Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics XVI. Amsterdam: John Benjamin, 95-102, 2006
72006
Vowelling and semantic priming in Arabic
S Mountaj, N., El Yagoubi, E., Himmi, M., Ghazal, F. L., Besson, M. & Boudelaa
International Journal of Psychophysiology 95, 46-55, 2015
6*2015
Vowelling and semantic priming in Arabic
S Mountaj, N., El Yagoubi, E., Himmi, M., Ghazal, F. L., Besson, M. & Boudelaa
International Journal of Psychophysiology 95, 46-55, 2015
6*2015
Lexical processing in diglossic code switching between Modern Standard Arabic and Palestinian Colloquial Arabic: An event-related brain potential study of Arabic native speakers
R Khamis-Dakwar, S Boudelaa, K Froud
Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium. San Francisco, 2009
62009
Allomorphic variation in Arabic: Consequences for lexical processing and lexical architecture
S Boudelaa, WD Marslen-Wilson, G Gaskell, W Marslen-Wilson, ...
Brain Lang 90, 106-116, 2004
62004
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