Processing segmental and prosodic information in Cantonese word production.

@article{Wong2008ProcessingSA,
  title={Processing segmental and prosodic information in Cantonese word production.},
  author={Andus Wing-Kuen Wong and Hsuan-Chih Chen},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={1172-90}
}
Five experiments were conducted to investigate how subsyllabic, syllabic, and prosodic information is processed in Cantonese monosyllabic word production. A picture-word interference task was used in which a target picture and a distractor word were presented simultaneously or sequentially. In the first 3 experiments with visually presented distractors, null effects on naming latencies were found when the distractor and the picture name shared the onset, the rhyme, the tone, or both the onset… CONTINUE READING

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