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Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (3):331-331 (2000)
The Merge model suggests that lexical effects in phonemic processing reflect the activation of post-lexical phonemic representations that are distinct from prelexical phonemic input representations. This distinction seems to be unmotivated; the phoneme fails to capture the richness of prelexical representation. Increasing the information content of input representations minimizes the potential necessity for top-down processes. Footnotes1 The author is also affiliated with the Department of Psychology, Salem State College.
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