Figure 6.1 Word Association Model is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license
Figure 6.2 Concept Mediation Model is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license
Figure 6.3 The Revised Hierarchical Model is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license
Figure 6.4 The Bilingual Interactive Activation Plus (BIA+) model is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license
Figure 6.5 The Semantic, Orthographic, Phonological Interactive Activation (SOPHIA) model is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license
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