The absence of a gender congruency effect in romance languages: a matter of stimulus onset asynchrony?

@article{Miozzo2002TheAO,
  title={The absence of a gender congruency effect in romance languages: a matter of stimulus onset asynchrony?},
  author={Michele Miozzo and Albert Costa and Alfonso Caramazza},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2002},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={388-91}
}
Using the picture-word interference paradigm, H. Schriefers and E. Teruel (2000) found that in German the grammatical gender of the distractor word affects the production of phrases composed of article+picture name: Latencies were longer for picture-word pairs of different genders. However, the effect was found only at positive stimulus onset asynchronies (SOAs; i.e., when pictures were presented 75 or 150 ms earlier than word distractors). This gender congruency effect is not obtained in… CONTINUE READING

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