Phonetic priming: psycholinguistic aspect

  • L.V. Shnurovska
Keywords: the phonetic priming, the working memory, the input stimulus, the phonological loop, the phonological store, the acoustic stimulus

Abstract

The article views the phonetic priming as an implicit mechanism activated in the working memory due to its sensitivity to the formal and structural characteristics of the input stimulus, whose phonological engrams are accumulated in the long-term memory at the pre-semantic level. The author analysed the specificity of the working memory, the phonological loop, the phonological store and the articulatory control system as a psychological basis for the phonetic priming; systematized the most common manifestations of the phonetic priming in speech; characterized psychophysiological mechanism for acoustic stimulus processing as a precondition for the phonetic priming.

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Published
2016-03-30
How to Cite
Shnurovska, L. (2016, March 30). Phonetic priming: psycholinguistic aspect. Scientific Journal of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Series 9. Current Trends in Language Development, (14), 244-253. Retrieved from https://sjnpu.com.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/64