Automatic phonological coding of unattended printed words.

@article{Underwood1982AutomaticPC,
  title={Automatic phonological coding of unattended printed words.},
  author={Geoffrey M. Underwood and S Thwaites},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={1982},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={434-42}
}
A lexical decision response to an attended printed word can be slowed when the word is accompanied by an unattended word that is semantically related. Does this hold for an unattended word that is not related to the target word but sounds as if it is? The homophone WASTE can be shown to affect the lexical decision response to RUBBISH, but how does the incongruently related homophone WAIST affect RUBBISH? If incongruent homophones of words related to the attended word can influence processing… CONTINUE READING

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