Ease of processing constrains the activation flow in the conceptual-lexical system during speech planning.

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In 3 picture-word interference experiments, speakers named a target object in the presence of an unrelated not-to-be-named context object. Distractor words, which were phonologically related or unrelated to the context object's name, were used to determine whether the context object had become phonologically activated. All objects had high frequency names… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0022330

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@article{Mdebach2011EaseOP, title={Ease of processing constrains the activation flow in the conceptual-lexical system during speech planning.}, author={Andreas M{\"a}debach and J{\"o}rg D. Jescheniak and Frank Oppermann and Herbert Schriefers}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition}, year={2011}, volume={37 3}, pages={649-60} }