The place of analogy in minimalist morphology and the irregularity of regular forms

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (6):1025-1026 (1999)
Analogy plays an important role in the production of irregular forms but the proposed Minimalist Morphology (MM) representations do not express this. Recent results also show that the regular forms of strong paradigms can have idiosyncratic properties that cannot be accounted for by MM. Methodological problems with an experiment are discussed and a plea for a processing explanation is made.
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