Files in this item
|(no description provided)|
|Title:||Multiple code activation in word recognition: Evidence from rhyme monitoring|
|Author(s):||Nolan, Suzanne D.; Tanenhaus, Michael K.; Seidenberg, Mark S.|
orthographically similar rhymes
|Abstract:||Seidenberg and Tanenhaus (1979) reported that orthographically similar rhymes were detected more rapidly than dissimilar rhymes in a rhyme monitoring task with auditory stimulus presentation. The present experiments investigated the hypothesis that these results were due to a rhyme production-frequency bias in favor of similar rhymes that was present in their materials. In three experiments, subjects monitored short word lists for the word that rhymed with a cue presented prior to each list. All stimuli were presented auditorily. Cue-target rhyme production frequency was equated for orthographically similar and dissimilar rhymes. Similar rhymes were detected more rapidly in all three experiments, indicating that orthographic information was accessed in auditory word recognition. The results suggest that multiple codes are automatically accessed in word recognition. This entails a reinterpretation of phonological "recoding" in visual word recognition.|
|Publisher:||Champaign, Ill. : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for the Study of Reading.
Cambridge, Mass. : Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc.
|Series/Report:||Center for the Study of Reading Technical Report ; no. 204|
|Rights Information:||Copyright 1981 Board of Trustees University of Illinois|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2012-05-30|
|Identifier in Online Catalog:||5305042|