Phonetic priming, neighborhood activation, and PARSYN

@article{Luce2000PhoneticPN,
  title={Phonetic priming, neighborhood activation, and PARSYN},
  author={Paul A. Luce and Stephen D. Goldinger and Edward T. Auer and Michael S. Vitevitch},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={2000},
  volume={62},
  pages={615-625}
}
Perceptual identification of spoken words in noise is less accurate when the target words are preceded by spoken phonetically related primes (Goldinger, Luce, & Pisoni, 1989). The present investigation replicated and extended this finding. Subjects shadowed target words presented in the clear that were preceded by phonetically related or unrelated primes. In addition, primes were either higher or lower in frequency than the target words. Shadowing latencies were significantly longer for target… CONTINUE READING

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