Does articulatory suppression eliminate the phonemic similarity effect in short-term recall?

Richardson, John T. E.; Greaves, Deborah E. and Smith, Margaret M. C. (1980). Does articulatory suppression eliminate the phonemic similarity effect in short-term recall? Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 16(6) pp. 417–420.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3758/BF03329586

Abstract

Concurrent articulatory suppression does not appear to attenuate the effect of phonemic similarity upon short-term recall under conditions of auditory presentation. On theoretical grounds, the effect should be entirely abolished with visual presentation, but the available evidence is equivocal. The present study investigated the immediate serial recall of visually presented sequences of letters and words. Articulatory suppression reduced the overall performance and eliminated the phonemic similarity effect.

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