PLIC55H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Prosthesis, Eye Tracking, Eye Movement

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Recognition of spoken words requires sounds to be identified, word boundaries need to be located, and sounds need to be mapped onto the correct word. Recognition of written words requires smooth integration of artificial writing system and. Natural" speech (linguistic equivalent of learning to use a prosthetic limb). Word webs: words are connected together in complex webs, during word retrieval, a string of words is also activated which affects processing. Competition from partially articulated words: facilitation: processes that make it easier for word recognition to be completed. Inhibition: processes that result in more difficult word recognition: ex. Stiff", then still": prime competes with target word, inhibiting rt to still": corroborated by eye-tracking: auditory stimuli beaker" causes inhibited. Inhibitory connections: connections that lower the activation of convicted units, so the more active a unit becomes, the more it suppresses the activation of a unit it is linked to.

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