Words we do not say-Context effects on the phonological activation of lexical alternatives in speech production.


There is compelling evidence that context strongly influences our choice of words (e.g., whether we refer to a particular animal with the basic-level name "bird" or the subordinate-level name "duck"). However, little is known about whether the context already affects the degree to which the alternative words are activated. In this study, we explored the… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/xhp0000352