Priming Lexical Neighbors of Spoken Words: Effects of Competition and Inhibition.

@article{Goldinger1989PrimingLN,
  title={Priming Lexical Neighbors of Spoken Words: Effects of Competition and Inhibition.},
  author={Stephen D. Goldinger and Paul A. Luce and David B. Pisoni},
  journal={Journal of memory and language},
  year={1989},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={501-518}
}
Two experiments employing an auditory priming paradigm were conducted to test predictions of the Neighborhood Activation Model of spoken word recognition (Luce & Pisoni, 1989, Neighborhoods of words in the mental lexicon. Manuscript under review). Acoustic-phonetic similarity, neighborhood densities, and frequencies of prime and target words were manipulated. In Experiment 1, priming with low frequency, phonetically related spoken words inhibited target recognition, as predicted by the… CONTINUE READING

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