Is gating an on-line task? Evidence from naming latency data.

@article{Tyler1985IsGA,
  title={Is gating an on-line task? Evidence from naming latency data.},
  author={Lorraine K. Tyler and Jaap Wessels},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1985},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={217-22}
}
We investigated the suitability of the gating task for studying the on-line process of spoken word recognition. To do this, we compared two different versions of the task. In one version, subjects were placed under no time constraints, and in the other, they were encouraged to respond as rapidly as possible. Target words occurred either in isolation or in various types of syntactic and semantic contexts. These different contexts had the same effect on word recognition whether subjects responded… CONTINUE READING

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