Tracking the time course of orthographic information in spoken-word recognition.

@article{Salverda2010TrackingTT,
  title={Tracking the time course of orthographic information in spoken-word recognition.},
  author={Anne Pier Salverda and Michael K. Tanenhaus},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={1108-17}
}
Two visual-world experiments evaluated the time course and use of orthographic information in spoken-word recognition using printed words as referents. Participants saw 4 words on a computer screen and listened to spoken sentences instructing them to click on one of the words (e.g., Click on the word bead). The printed words appeared 200 ms before the onset of the spoken target word. In Experiment 1, the display included the target word and a competitor with either a lower degree (e.g., bear… CONTINUE READING