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The exception does not rule: attention constrains form preparation in word production.
Form preparation in word production, the benefit of exploiting a useful common sound (such as the first phoneme) of iteratively spoken small groups of words, is notoriously fastidious, exhibiting aExpand
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Double Standards in Sentence Structure
Previous research has shown that passive voice predominates in mass media reports describing male violence against women. However, there has been little systematic study of narratives describingExpand
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Competitor Activation and Semantic Interference: Evidence from Combined Phonological and Semantic Similarity
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We examined the combined and separate effects of facilitatory phonological form preparation and semantic relatedness in a blocked cyclic picture naming procedure. Expand
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Expect the Unexpected: Robust Planning Processes in Speech Production
Expect the Unexpected: Robust Planning Processes in Speech Production Alexandra Frazer Lehigh University Jordan Knicely Lehigh University Padraig O’Seaghdha Lehigh University Abstract: SpeakersExpand
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Phrase Structure Priming Across Sentences: Facilitation or Reconfiguration?
Phrase Structure Priming Across Sentences: Facilitation or Reconfiguration? Alexandra K. Frazer (akf207@lehigh.edu) Department of Psychology, Lehigh University USA Padraig G. O’SeaghdhaExpand
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Lexical and Syntactic Influences on Structural Selection in Language Production.
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Structural priming is simply the tendency for speakers to unknowingly repeat abstract syntactic structures they have recently encountered (also termed syntactic persistence or syntactic priming) (e.g., Bock, 1986, 1987). Expand