Does memory constrain utilization of top-down information in spoken word recognition? Evidence from normal aging.

Abstract

Young and elderly adults heard recorded words that had been computer-edited from connected speech so as to be heard in isolation from their linguistic surround. Word identification was tested for words in isolation and when heard with increasing amounts of linguistic context that had either preceded or followed them in their original utterances. Although… (More)

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@article{Wingfield1994DoesMC, title={Does memory constrain utilization of top-down information in spoken word recognition? Evidence from normal aging.}, author={Arthur Wingfield and A Herbert Alexander and Sonia A. Cavigelli}, journal={Language and speech}, year={1994}, volume={37 ( Pt 3)}, pages={221-35} }