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Alternative TitleThe Orthography-Phonology Interface during Language Processing
屈青青1,2; Markus Damian3
Conference Name第二十一届全国心理学学术会议
Source Publication摘要集-第二十一届全国心理学学术会议
Conference Date10.30-11.2
Conference Place北京
Contribution Rank1


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Abstract:Language processing are ubiquitous skills of considerable importance. The current presentation will seek to investigate how various subsystems (e.g., phonological, orthographic) interact in language processing. Specifically, for literate individuals, 1) Does the written production of languages involve access to phonological codes? 2) Does the spoken production of languages involve access to orthographic codes? 3) Does the spoken recognition of languages involve access to orthographic codes? I will first provide evidence from a variety of paradigms supporting that phonological codes constrain writing, and orthographic codes constrain speaking and listening. These findings provide support for a strong interactive view according to which subsystems of language act in an interactive fashion and all the various subsystems become activated in a language task, even if a particular subsystem is irrelevant. These studies focus on language processing in the participants’ native language. A related but largely unexplored issue is whether the same fashion acts when non-native listeners/speakers process speech. In this talk, I will also talk about the relevant evidence from Tibetan-Chinese speakers with Tibetan language as their L1 and Mandarin Chinese as L2.

Keyword语言加工 交互激活 语音 字形
Document Type会议论文
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屈青青,Markus Damian. 语言加工中语音与字形的交互激活[C],2018:192-193.
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