Lexical-semantic and executive deficits revealed by computational modelling: a drift diffusion model perspective

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Description: A DDM study of word-picture interference in healthy individuals and patients with temporal and frontal lesions

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Flexible language use requires coordinated functioning of two systems: conceptual representations and control. The interaction between two systems can be observed when people are asked to match a word to a picture. Participants are slower and less accurate for related word-picture pairs (word: banana, picture: apple) relative to unrelated pairs (word: banjo, picture: apple). The mechanism underlyi...


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