Attention modulates specificity effects in spoken word recognition: Challenges to the time-course hypothesis.

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Findings in the domain of spoken word recognition have indicated that lexical representations contain both abstract and episodic information. It has been proposed that processing time determines when each source of information is recruited, with increased processing time being required to access lower-frequency episodic instantiations. The time-course… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13414-015-0854-0

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