The Name-Pronunciation Effect: Further Evidence from Chinese.

  • Y-S. Lee
  • Published 2015 in The Journal of general psychology

Abstract

This study examined the Chinese name-pronunciation effect. The easy-to-pronounce and difficult-to-pronounce Chinese names were created using the same characters in order to control for visual perceptual and conceptual fluency. In Experiment 1, participants rated each name in terms of liking, electability as a state leader, income level, and baby name… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/00221309.2015.1060938

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@article{Lee2015TheNE, title={The Name-Pronunciation Effect: Further Evidence from Chinese.}, author={Y-S. Lee}, journal={The Journal of general psychology}, year={2015}, volume={142 3}, pages={182-93} }