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Selection by competition in word production: Rejoinder to Janssen (2012)

Roelofs, A., Piai, V., & Schriefers, H. (2013). Selection by competition in word production: Rejoinder to Janssen (2012). Language and Cognitive Processes, 28, 679-683. doi:10.1080/01690965.2013.770890.
Roelofs, Piai, and Schriefers argue that several findings on the effect of distractor words and pictures in producing words support a selection-by-competition account and challenge a non-competitive response-exclusion account. Janssen argues that the findings do not challenge response exclusion, and he conjectures that both competitive and non-competitive mechanisms underlie word selection. Here, we maintain that the findings do challenge the response-exclusion account and support the assumption of a single competitive mechanism underlying word selection.
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