Lateralization of lexical codes in auditory word recognition

@article{Zecker1986LateralizationOL,
  title={Lateralization of lexical codes in auditory word recognition},
  author={Steven G. Zecker and Michael K. Tanenhaus and Lesley Alderman and Lynne Siqueland},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={1986},
  volume={29},
  pages={372-389}
}
Three experiments examined the lateralization of lexical codes in auditory word recognition. In Experiment 1 a word rhyming with a binaurally presented cue word was detected faster when the cue and target were spelled similarly than when they were spelled differently. This orthography effect was larger when the target was presented to the right ear than when it was presented to the left ear. Experiment 2 replicated the interaction between ear of presentation and orthography effect when the cue… CONTINUE READING

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