Strategic control in word reading: evidence from speeded responding in the tempo-naming task.

  title={Strategic control in word reading: evidence from speeded responding in the tempo-naming task.},
  author={Christopher T. Kello and David C. Plaut},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={26 3},
To investigate strategic control over response initiation in word reading, the authors introduce the tempo-naming task. Relative to baseline performance in the standard-naming task, participants were induced to respond with faster latencies, shorter durations, and lower levels of accuracy by instructing them to time response initiation with an experimentally controlled tempo. The tempo response cue attenuated stimulus effects, and as faster tempos reduced latencies, the number of spelling-sound… CONTINUE READING
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