Perceptual distance and competition in lexical access.

@article{MarslenWilson1996PerceptualDA,
  title={Perceptual distance and competition in lexical access.},
  author={William D. Marslen-Wilson and Helen E. Moss and S van Halen},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1996},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={
          1376-92
        }
}
Two experiments use rhyme priming techniques to explore the decision space for lexical access. The 1st experiment, using intramodal (auditory-auditory) priming, covaried the phonological distance of a spoken rhyme prime (e.g., pomato) from its source word (e.g., tomato) with the presence or absence of close lexical competitors. The results showed strong effects of phonological distance and no significant effects of competitor environment. The 2nd experiment, using ambiguous rhyme primes in a… CONTINUE READING
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