Análisis comparativo temporal de los procesos de reconocimiento de usos neológicos formales y semánticos

Carmen Varo Varo

Resumen

En este trabajo nuestro objetivo fundamental es explorar la delimitación entre neología formal y neología de significado, a través de un acercamiento experimental basado en el registro de los tiempos de decisión léxica. Para ello hemos tomado como referencia un conjunto de usos neológicos contextualizados, que representan las principales manifestaciones de ambos tipos. Los resultados de este estudio no sólo nos permiten comprobar las implicaciones de distintas estrategias cognitivas que repercuten en el modo de procesamiento, sino que además nos ayudan a trazar un mapa temporal general de los procesos de reconstrucción de la estructura semántica y formal de la palabra.

Palabras clave

Neología; Neología formal; Neología semántica; Procesamiento léxico; Lingüística aplicada

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/ELUA2019.33.10





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