The effect of semantic ambiguity on reading aloud: a twist in the tale.

  title={The effect of semantic ambiguity on reading aloud: a twist in the tale.},
  author={Jennifer M. Rodd},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  volume={11 3},
Despite numerous studies investigating whether semantic representations are involved in the process of reading aloud, the issue remains controversial. While some studies report significant effects of semantic variables on this task (e.g., Fera, Joordens, Balota, Ferraro, & Besner, 1992; Strain, Patterson, & Seidenberg, 1995), other studies have highlighted possible problems with these studies (e.g., Borowsky & Masson, 1996; Monaghan & Ellis, 2002). The experiments reported here use semantic… CONTINUE READING

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