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I am interested in concepts--more specifically, how lexical items such as verbs are encoded in the mind, and how patients with aphasia (brain damage) process language.
- de Almeida, R. G. & Turbide, J.S. (2004). Sentence recall as a function of verb semantic and morphological complexity: evidence against lexical decomposition. Poster presented at the Fourth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Windsor, July.
- Turbide, J.S. & de Almeida, R. G. (2001). Sentence propositional complexity as a probe into the nature of causative concepts. Poster presented at the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Science Conference. Quebec City, June 25.
- 2014-2015: Forthcoming
- Turbide, J. (2001). Semantic decomposition and sentence recall: the role of verb-propositional complexity. Department of Psychology, Concordia University.