A Complementary-systems Approach to Abstract and Episodic Speech Perception

@inproceedings{Goldinger2007ACA,
  title={A Complementary-systems Approach to Abstract and Episodic Speech Perception},
  author={Stephen D. Goldinger},
  year={2007}
}
Over the past two decades, numerous experiments have shown that spoken word perception creates detailed memory traces, containing not only word meanings, but also extraneous, perceptual or contextual details. This is shown, for example, by voice-specific priming effects. Based on such results, exemplar theories suggest the mental lexicon may consist of accumulated episodic traces. Although an episodic approach is wellsuited to explain priming, ample evidence suggests that language also entails… CONTINUE READING
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