Task choice and semantic interference in picture naming

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Piai, V.; Roelofs, A.P.A.; Schriefers, H.J.;
(2015)

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 re... View more
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