Testing a non-decompositional theory of lemma retrieval in speaking: retrieval of verbs.

@article{Roelofs1993TestingAN,
  title={Testing a non-decompositional theory of lemma retrieval in speaking: retrieval of verbs.},
  author={Ardi Roelofs},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={1993},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={59-87}
}
Theories of lexical access in speaking differ in whether they assume that words are accessed in a conceptually decomposed or non-decomposed way. In this paper, two experiments are reported that test the non-decompositional theory and computer model proposed by Roelofs (1992a). Subjects had to name pictured actions using verbs and ignore distractor verbs superimposed on the pictures. According to the theory, semantic inhibition should be obtained from distractor cohyponym verbs that are the… CONTINUE READING

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