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Componential analysis is a general term for statistical analyses that can be used for studying particular elements or components.

In semantics the componential analysis of a word involves the identification of its primary meaning components. Reber and Reber cite J.J. Katz's example of 'bachelor' is human, male, adult, unmarried.

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