What about phonological facilitation, response-set membership, and phonological coactivation?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (1):56-58 (1999)
Abstract
We discuss two inconsistencies between Levelt et al.'s model and existing theory about, and data from, picture-word experiments. These inconsistencies show that the empirical support for WEAVER++ is much weaker than Levelt et al. suggest. We close with a discussion of the proposed explanation for phonological coactivation of near synonyms of a target word.
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