Phonological facilitation from pictures in a word association task: evidence for routine cascaded processing in spoken word production.

@article{Humphreys2010PhonologicalFF,
  title={Phonological facilitation from pictures in a word association task: evidence for routine cascaded processing in spoken word production.},
  author={Karin R Humphreys and Candice H Boyd and Scott Watter},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={63 12},
  pages={2289-96}
}
While most authors now agree that the language production system is in principle cascaded, the strength with which cascaded lemma-to-phoneme activation typically occurs is debated. Picture naming has been shown to be facilitated by phonologically related distractor pictures, but no such facilitation from pictures has been shown for word reading. Picture-picture paradigms have recently been suggested to represent an attentionally facilitated and unusually strong case of cascaded phonological… CONTINUE READING