DA LI MORFOLOŠKE ODLIKE UTIČU NA KOGNITIVNU OBRADU DEVERBALNIH IMENICA U SRPSKOM JEZIKU?

  • Isidora Gatarić Računarstvo u društvenim naukama, Unvierzitet u Beogradu
  • Sanja Srdanović Odsek za lingvistiku, Goethe Univerzitet u Frankfurtu
  • Anja Šarić Odsek za lingvistiku, Goethe Univerzitet u Frankfurtu
Ključne reči: a–morfna morfologija, derivirane imenice, deverbalna nominalizacija, distributivna morfologija, morfo–leksička obrada

Apstrakt

Cilj ove studije bio je da se ispita da li različite morfološke karakteristike srpskih deverbalnih imenica utiču na njihovu leksičku obradu. Prema morfološkim razlikama, postoje tri podvrste procesnih i rezultativnih deverbalnih imenica u srpskom jeziku: (i) rezultativne imenice koje se završavaju nultim sufiksom, dok se procesne imenice završavaju deverbalnim sufiksom –nje (npr. žubor/žuborenje [eng. burble]); (ii) rezultativne imenice se razlikuju od procesnih u prisustvu infiksa –va (npr. rešenje/rešavanje [eng. solution]); (iii) procesne imenice se završavaju deverbalnim sufiksom –nje, dok se rezultativne završavaju nekim drugim derivacionim sufiksima (npr. rotiranje/rotacija [eng. rotation]). Finalni rezultati tri eksperimenta sa zadatkom čitanja slobodnim tempom pokazuju da različite morfološke odlike ne utiču na obradu deverbalnih imenica, što podržava a–morfni pristup morfo–leksičkoj obradi, kao i distributivno–morfološku perspektivu iz oblasti teorijske lingvistike.

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