Solely soles : Inter-lemma competition in inflected word recognition

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It was found that the unmasked presentation of a complex form that corresponded to only one definition of a homograph (e.g., solely, which is related to the ‘alone’ meaning of soles) did not inhibit the subsequent recognition of a complex form that was related to the competing meaning (e.g., SOLES, which is related to the ‘shoe’ meaning). Further studies… (More)

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