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Unformatted text preview: Psych 155 / Ling 155 Name the two processes (also known as the two stages) of lexical access that we covered in lecture 9.- Generation Phase and Selection Phase 1. Describe each of the processes (or stages) of lexical access that you listed in question one.- Generation similar sounding words are activated to varying degree- Selection the appropriate (correct) word is selected from generated competitors 2. Provide on piece of evidence for each process/stage of lexical access discussed in questions one and two.- Generation Shadowing: people can predict the word before they hear it entirely; Semantic Priming: part of a word generates several potential word candidates (ex. ELE generates ELEction and ELEvator)- Selection Logic: selecting the appropriate word from the potential candidate group, Perceptual Confusability: since its harder to select the appropriate word from larger candidate group, words with higher neighborhood density are recognized slower than the words with lower neighborhood density. 3. Name two of the ways that the lexicon is organized (we reviewed three ways that lexicon is organized in class). (Another term for these are organizational principles)- Frequency- Semantics (meaning) 4. Provide one piece of evidence for each of the organizational principles you listed in...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 155 taught by Professor Sprouse during the Fall '10 term at UC Irvine.
- Fall '10