Electrophysiological evidence for the efficiency of spoken word processing.

@article{ORourke2002ElectrophysiologicalEF,
  title={Electrophysiological evidence for the efficiency of spoken word processing.},
  author={Timothy B O'Rourke and Phillip J. Holcomb},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={60 2-3},
  pages={121-50}
}
The Cohort model (Marslen-Wilson, Spoken Word Recognition, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1987, pp. 71-103) proposes that spoken words are frequently recognized at the first point in the acoustic signal where a unique lexical representation is specified. This proposal was tested in two experiments. In experiment 1 participants made speeded lexical decisions to spoken words and pseudowords. In experiment 2 participants passively listened without making overt responses. In both experiments the… CONTINUE READING

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