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Competitor Activation and Semantic Interference: Evidence from Combined Phonological and Semantic Similarity

@article{Frazer2014CompetitorAA,
  title={Competitor Activation and Semantic Interference: Evidence from Combined Phonological and Semantic Similarity},
  author={Alexandra Frazer and P. O'Seaghdha and Hector Mu{\~n}oz-Avila and Nicholas Roessler},
  journal={Cognitive Science},
  year={2014}
}
Incremental learning explanations state that semantic interference is driven by activation levels of competitors. To explore nonsemantic contributions to interference, we examined the combined and separate effects of facilitatory phonological form preparation and semantic relatedness in a blocked cyclic picture naming procedure. Phonological similarity was facilitatory when tested separately, but had little effect when tested with the other conditions. We found about twice as much interference… Expand

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