Phonological Similarity Effects Without a Phonological Store: An Individual Differences Model

Abstract

The feature model of immediate memory (Nairne, 1990) is applied to an experiment testing individual differences in phonological confusions amongst a group (N=100) of participants performing a verbal memory test. By simulating the performance of an equivalent number of “pseudo-participants” the model fits both the mean performance and the variability within… (More)

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@inproceedings{Beaman2007PhonologicalSE, title={Phonological Similarity Effects Without a Phonological Store: An Individual Differences Model}, author={C. Philip Beaman and Ian Neath and Aim{\'e}e M. Surprenant}, year={2007} }