Incrementality in naming and reading complex numerals: evidence from eyetracking.

@article{Korvorst2006IncrementalityIN,
  title={Incrementality in naming and reading complex numerals: evidence from eyetracking.},
  author={Marjolein Korvorst and Ardi Roelofs and Willem J. M. Levelt},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={
          296-311
        }
}
Individuals speak incrementally when they interleave planning and articulation. Eyetracking, along with the measurement of speech onset latencies, can be used to gain more insight into the degree of incrementality adopted by speakers. In the current article, two eyetracking experiments are reported in which pairs of complex numerals were named (arabic format, Experiment 1) or read aloud (alphabetic format, Experiment 2) as house numbers and as clock times. We examined whether the degree of… CONTINUE READING

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