Naming the color of a word: Is it responses or task sets that compete?

@article{Monsell2001NamingTC,
  title={Naming the color of a word: Is it responses or task sets that compete?},
  author={S. Monsell and T. J. Taylor and K. Murphy},
  journal={Memory & Cognition},
  year={2001},
  volume={29},
  pages={137-151}
}
  • S. Monsell, T. J. Taylor, K. Murphy
  • Published 2001
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Memory & Cognition
  • Subjects named the colors in which high- and low-frequency words and pronounceable nonwords, otherwise matched, were displayed. Color naming was slower for all three item types than for visually equivalent strings of nonalphanumeric symbols but was no slower for words than for nonwords, nor for high-frequency words than for low-frequency words. Unpronounceable letter strings had intermediate color-naming latencies. However, frequency and lexical status had large effects on latency for reading… CONTINUE READING
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