Phonological recoding under articulatory suppression

Phonological recoding under articulatory suppression

Published in: Memory & Cognition, Volume 46, Issue 2, 173-180

“We report data from an experiment in which participants performed immediate serial recall of visually presented words with or without articulatory suppression, while also performing homophone or rhyme detection. The separation between homophonous or rhyming pairs in the list was varied. According to the working memory model (Baddeley, 1986; Baddeley & Hitch, 1974), suppression should prevent articulatory recoding. Nevertheless, rhyme and homophone detection was well above chance. However, with suppression, participants showed a greater tendency to false-alarm to orthographically related foils (e.g., GIVE–FIVE). This pattern is similar to that observed in short-term memory patients.”

Written by: Dennis Norris, Sally Butterfield, Jane Hall, Michael P.A. Page
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