Quantifying contextual contributions to word-recognition processes.

@article{Tyler1983QuantifyingCC,
  title={Quantifying contextual contributions to word-recognition processes.},
  author={Lorraine K. Tyler and Jaap Wessels},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1983},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={409-20}
}
The experiment reported here used the gating paradigm (Grosjean, 1980) to investigate the following issues: To test the validity of the claims made by the "cohort" theory (MarslenWilaon & Tyler, 1980; Marslen-Wilson & Welsh, 1978) for the interaction of sensory and contextual constraints during the process of recognizing spoken words, and to determine the relative contribution of two kinds of contextual constraint-syntactic and interpretative-in reducing the amount of sensory input needed for… CONTINUE READING

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