The exception does not rule: attention constrains form preparation in word production.

@article{OSeaghdha2014TheED,
  title={The exception does not rule: attention constrains form preparation in word production.},
  author={P. O'Seaghdha and Alexandra Frazer},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={
          797-810
        }
}
Form preparation in word production, the benefit of exploiting a useful common sound (such as the first phoneme) of iteratively spoken small groups of words, is notoriously fastidious, exhibiting a seemingly categorical, all-or-none character and a corresponding susceptibility to "killers" of preparation. In particular, the presence of a single exception item in a group of otherwise phonologically consistent words has been found to eliminate the benefit of knowing a majority characteristic… Expand

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