Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology (LMBM) is known for its rigorous distinction of lexemes and grammatical morphemes. The theory is formally described in Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology (1995). LMBM covers not only a competence theory, but it comes with a performance theory, a theory of the relation of morphology to semantics, and a theory of morphology in the brain. The literature on this website may seem outdated today, since I quit working on it when I retired in 2000. It still offers insights into what a complete theory of morphology must include:
This website will attempt to bring together in one, easily accessible place all my publications on LMBM scattered throughout the journals and collections.
Comments and questions on all aspects of LMBM, Slavic, or general morphology, may be sent to Robert Beard via the contact page at The alphaDictionary Websiste or at ResearchGate.