|Appears in Collections:||Psychology Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Semantic facilitation in category and action naming: Testing the message-congruency account|
|Author(s):||Kuipers, Jan Rouke|
La Heij, Wido
|Citation:||Kuipers JR & La Heij W (2008) Semantic facilitation in category and action naming: Testing the message-congruency account. Journal of Memory and Language, 58 (1), pp. 123-139. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jml.2007.05.005|
|Abstract:||Basic-level picture naming is hampered by the presence of a semantically related context word (compared to an unrelated word), whereas picture categorization is facilitated by a semantically related context word. This reversal of the semantic context effect has been explained by assuming that in categorization tasks, basic-level distractor words (e.g., "dog") do not compete with the selection of the correct category label (e.g., "animal"). In this article, we test an alternative account in terms of a congruency effect ("message-congruency"), which arises at the conceptual level when target (e.g., the picture of a cat) and context (e.g., the word "dog") converge on the same to-be-verbalized concept (e.g., "animal"). In four experiments we observed a substantial message-congruency effect in categorization and action naming. Implications for models of spoken-word production are discussed.|
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