Writing words from pictures: what representations are activated, and when?

@article{Bonin2000WritingWF,
  title={Writing words from pictures: what representations are activated, and when?},
  author={Patrick Bonin and Michel Fayol},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2000},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={677-89}
}
In three experiments, the nature of the representations involved in written picture naming and the time course of their activation were investigated. French participants had to produce picture names while hearing distractors. In Experiment 1, distractors semantically related to the picture names yielded a semantic interference effect when a stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) of--150 msec, but not when a SOA of 0 msec, was used, in both spoken and written picture naming. Experiment 2 showed that… CONTINUE READING

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