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Unformatted text preview: Word Recognition Outline Finish Language Production Lexical bias; theories Lexical Access in Production Lexical Access in Comprehension (word recognition) Spoken vs. Written modality Priming Lexical Ambiguity Lexical Access in Lg Production Lemma Retrieval vs Phonological Retrieval Picture Description data Speech Error data TOT data Lexical Access in Comprehension Differences between spoken and written word recognition Spoken word unfolds across time Can recognize some words before they are completely pronounced. For relatively short words, letters in a written word are processed in parallel Eye movement data Word superiority effect Visual search demo Cohort (Marslen-Wilson) Word-initial cohort formed on the basis of bottom-up acoustic input All cohort members are actual words Words in the cohort are removed on the basis of Inconsistency with further acoustic input Inconsistency with context Cohort Example: stand Differences between spoken and written word recognition...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course PSYCH 242 taught by Professor Epstein during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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