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Rethinking the Behavioral Patterns that Dissociate Semantic Dementia and Comprehension-Impaired Stroke Aphasia
Researchers have proposed that semantic processing involves both stored semantic knowledge and mechanisms used to access and manipulate this knowledge. Support for this distinction has come from a contrast of the patterns ...
Sublexical, lexical and phonological short-term memory processes: Evaluating models of speech perception and short-term memory
The current research examined the processes involved in speech perception and the relation of speech perception to phonological short-term memory (pSTM). Contrary to traditional models which assume that sublexical processing ...
How do word frequency and semantic diversity affect selection of representations in word processing?
The frequency at which words are encountered has long been considered an important factor in language processing, with higher frequency speeding word comprehension and production. That is, many theories claim that word ...