publication . Article . 2015

Task choice and semantic interference in picture naming

Vitória Piai; Ardi Roelofs; Herbert Schriefers;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
Abstract Evidence from dual-task performance indicates that speakers prefer not to select simultaneous responses in picture naming and another unrelated task, suggesting a response selection bottleneck in naming. In particular, when participants respond to tones with a manual response and name pictures with superimposed semantically related or unrelated distractor words, semantic interference in naming tends to be constant across stimulus onset asynchronies (SOAs) between the tone stimulus and the picture–word stimulus. In the present study, we examine whether semantic interference in picture naming depends on SOA in case of a task choice (naming the picture vs ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Accident prevention, Read aloud, Interference (wave propagation), Stimulus (physiology), Psychology, Cognitive psychology, Social psychology
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