Processing Compound Verbs in Persian
A psycholinguistic approach to complex predicates
Amsterdam University Press
Processing Compound Verbs in Persian is the first monograph investigating how Persian compound verbs are processed in the mental lexicon, through which it can be inferred how they are stored, organized, and accessed. The study examines Persian compound verbs in light of psycholinguistic theories on poly-morphemic word processing as well as linguistic theories of complex predicates.
Dr. Pouneh Shabani-Jadidi is a Lecturer of Persian Language and Linguistics and the Head of Persian Language Program at the Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University.