Gaze durations during speech reflect word selection and phonological encoding.

  title={Gaze durations during speech reflect word selection and phonological encoding.},
  author={Zenzi M. Griffin},
  volume={82 1},
Speakers produced the sentence frame The A and the B are above the C to describe three pictured objects while their eye movements were monitored. Object B or C varied in codability (the number of alternative names for it) and in the frequency of its dominant name. Codability is known to affect speed of word selection, and word frequency, speed to retrieve a word's pronunciation (phonological encoding). Speakers gazed longer at lower codability and lower frequency objects before naming them… CONTINUE READING
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