Word-reading (Lectures 7&8)

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1. What are the limitations to introspective reports?

  • Often misleading, don't tell us HOW word identification is done, give no processes
  • Give too many processes, are misleading, tell us when word identification is done
  • Only tell us what part of the brain we use, are too old of a method to use
  • It's like an internal scan, gross and unnecessary
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2. What is "word superiority effect"?

  • Ooooo which one is it look closely my friends
  • When a word is in wrong order, it is more likely to be recognised
  • When a word is in correct order, it is more likely to be rejected
  • When a word is in correct order, it is more likely to be recognised
  • When a word is in wrong order, it is more likely to be rejected

3. Written word form is:

  • De ability to rite
  • Sequence of symbols, made of lines, curves, or strokes
  • Sequence of various letters corresponding to a language

4. How many levels are there to understanding word-reading?

  • None, no one can read
  • 2
  • 4
  • 3
  • 5

5. Spoken word form is:

  • Talking innit duh
  • A sequence of phonemes, organised in syllables with a stress pattern
  • Phonemes with a tone pitch & stress pattern
  • Syllables in the correct order

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