Knowledge of word length does not constrain word identification

  title={Knowledge of word length does not constrain word identification},
  author={Albrecht Werner Inhoff and Brianna Eiter},
  journal={Psychological Research},
Abstract. Use of word length for word identification was examined in three naming experiments and one sentence reading experiment in which a foveally presented cue either matched or mismatched the length of a subsequently presented target word. Properties of the target were also manipulated so that it was either a high- or low-frequency word or so that its exterior letters were either consistent with a large or small pool of candidate words. The experiments converged in showing that effects of… CONTINUE READING


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