Egon Berendsen

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Interference effects on task performance in conflict situations might reflect real limitations in inhibitory capabilities or failures to fully or consistently utilize such capabilities in executive control of task performance. We propose that useful clues regarding the actual cause of interference effects may be obtained from examination of their robustness(More)
This paper deals with the interaction between morphology and stress assignment in a rule-based grapheme-to-phoneme conversion system for Dutch which is being developed at the Universities of Utrecht and Leyden and at the Institute of Perception Research at Eindhoven (see also ref 1 and ref 5). In order to establish the interaction between morphology and(More)
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