Dismissing lexical competition does not make speaking any easier : A rejoinder to Mahon and Caramazza ( 2009 ) Rasha Abdel Rahman

@inproceedings{Rahman2009DismissingLC,
  title={Dismissing lexical competition does not make speaking any easier : A rejoinder to Mahon and Caramazza ( 2009 ) Rasha Abdel Rahman},
  author={Rasha Abdel Rahman and Alissa Melinger},
  year={2009}
}
The swinging lexical network proposal (Abdel Rahman & Melinger, 2009a this issue) incorporates three assumptions that are independently motivated and pre-existing in the literature. We claim that the combination of these three assumptions provides an account for a wide range of facilitation and interference observations. In their comment, Mahon and Caramazza question the success of our proposal by challenging the individual assumptions at its core. However, most of their criticisms are built on… CONTINUE READING

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