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Spoken word to picture matching from PALPA: A critique and some new matched sets

Jennifer Cole‐Virtue, Lyndsey Nickels
2004 Aphasiology  
Subtest 47, Spoken word±picture matching, requires the individual with aphasia to listen to a spoken word and correctly choose from five distractor pictures (target, close semantic, distant semantic, visually  ...  Aims: This paper aims to evaluate the internal validity of PALPA spoken word±picture matching.  ...  (and will also affect the written word±picture matching subtest, which uses the same stimuli).  ... 
doi:10.1080/02687030344000346 fatcat:cxzeoiskgbfo5jmsieetzg6uea

Picture-word matching: Flexibility in conceptual memory and pupillary responses

Elke Van Der Meer, Manuela Friedrich, Antje Nuthmann, Christine Stelzel, Lars Kuchinke
2003 Psychophysiology  
The influence of levels of abstraction in picture-word matching was examined. The items each consisted of one picture and three successively presented words.  ...  These findings support a two-step account of picture-word matching. First, the picture is categorized according to its concrete features. Second, amodal features are processed.  ...  Thus, the present experiment also investigated the nature of the representational codes for pictures and words and their transformations in picture-word matching tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1469-8986.00108 pmid:14986843 fatcat:badwbhpiknhkljghkm7jiwiwim

A Newly Devised Picture-Word Matching Vocabulary Test

Yasuko Nakanishi, Kenjiro Owada
1980 The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics  
理 解 語 彙 とい って も,何 を も っ て 理 解 とす る か は 難 しい.こ こで は 単 に,話 され た語 と対 象 の 同定 を 求 め る こ とに し,し か もPeabody Picture Vocabulary Testの 例 に な ら って,四 者選 一 の方 法 に よ り,描 か れ た4枚 の 絵 の 中 か ら検 査 語 に相 当す る絵 を指 さ させ る  ... 
doi:10.5112/jjlp.21.217 fatcat:373voovyvneu5awlbi5sfqsici

Why cabbage and not carrot?: An investigation of factors affecting performance on spoken word to picture matching

Jennifer Cole‐Virtue, Lyndsey Nickels
2004 Aphasiology  
showed significant effects of imageability on response latency; significant effects of word type were found on response latency for homophone judgements; for rhyme judgements there was a significant effect  ...  of rhyme for both accuracy and latency, and a significant interaction between rhyme and visual similarity.  ...  Words are matched across groups (pairwise) as far as possible for grammatical class, number of letters, syllables, and morphemes.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02687030344000517 fatcat:arw6eecawffvpf3brgvlmtczdi

A stimulus set of words and pictures matched for visual and semantic similarity

Floor de Groot, Thomas Koelewijn, Falk Huettig, Christian N.L. Olivers
2015 Journal of Cognitive Psychology  
In addition, visual and linguistic parameters of each picture are reported.  ...  The set consists of 100 words each of which is paired with four pictures of objects: One semantically similar object (but visually dissimilar), one visually similar object (but semantically dissimilar)  ...  However, RUNNING HEAD: A SEMANTIC AND VISUAL WORD-PICTURE SET 9 some words return as a picture (and vice versa).  ... 
doi:10.1080/20445911.2015.1101119 fatcat:toujhwl4evhhzcznyadwi4hp4y

Spelling and emergent picture-printed word relations established with delayed identity matching to complex samples

R Stromer, H A Mackay
1992 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis  
The procedure engendered new constructed-response spelling performances and arbitrary relations among pictures and printed words in matching to sample.  ...  Students with academic deficits learned delayed matching-to-sample tasks that used complex sample stimuli, each consisting of a picture and a printed word.  ...  For example, subjects in the study by could match pictures and printed words to their spoken names, and could match the pictures and printed words to one another.  ... 
doi:10.1901/jaba.1992.25-893 pmid:1478912 pmcid:PMC1279774 fatcat:2zgj7qlu3zdptepvomxngbvhhe

Object identification and lexical/semantic access in children: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of word-picture matching

Vincent J. Schmithorst, Scott K. Holland, Elena Plante
2007 Human Brain Mapping  
matching paradigm in which children would match an aurally presented noun to one of two pictures (line drawings).  ...  Increased activation associated with age was seen in the components (b) and (d) (ventral visual pathway) for object recognition, and (c) and (f) likely associated with semantic maintenance and response  ...  ., in the administration of the Wechsler Full-Scale IQ and OWLS tests; and of Drs. Richard Strawsburg, M.D., and Mark Schapiro, M.D., for performing the neurological examinations.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.20328 pmid:17133401 pmcid:PMC2763496 fatcat:c6bdisyl5zbpffxaduuctmmfzm

An analysis of initial acquisition and maintenance of sight words following picture matching and copy cover, and compare teaching methods

Colleen M Conley, K Mark Derby, Michelle Roberts-Gwinn, Kimberly P Weber, T E McLaughlin
2004 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis  
This study compared the copy, cover, and compare method to a picture-word matching method for teaching sight word recognition.  ...  Outcomes suggested that sight words taught using the copy, cover, and compare method resulted in better maintenance of word recognition when compared to the picture-matching intervention.  ...  target word, and (d) words in the context of a sentence with a matching picture and three distracter pictures.  ... 
doi:10.1901/jaba.2004.37-339 pmid:15529890 pmcid:PMC1284508 fatcat:cajer3nrojbufbi3h6p4cqwrta

Early Development of Understanding Words and Equivalence Cognition of Matching Pictures : Children With Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities
重症心身障害児における等価性認知と音声言語理解 : 見本合わせ課題による検討

Toshihide KOIKE, Yuki YOSHIDA, Miyoshi KUMOI, Kazuo KATAGIRI
2009 Japanese Journal of Special Education Research  
The darker lines signify matching identical pictures (match-trials), and the trials of matching diffbrent pictures (mismatch-trial (open circles) ± 1 SD of the S2 start times.  ...  The darker lines signify the results of trials of matching identical pictures (match-trials), and the lighter lines, the results of trials of matching diffErent pictures (mismatch-trials).  ... 
doi:10.6033/tokkyou.46.417 fatcat:beyfpcha25fsthirohkid7iuem

UC Merced Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Title Investigating phonotactics using xenolinguistics: A novel word-picture matching paradigm Investigating phonotactics, lexical analogy, and sound symbolism using xenolinguistics: A novel word-picture matching paradigm

Vsvolod Kapatsinski, Lamia Johnston, Vsevolod Kapatsinski, Lamia Johnston
2010 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society   unpublished
The set of available pseudowords is larger than the set of pictures and includes both legal and illegal pseudowords.  ...  influences of sound symbolism and lexical analogy and separate them from the influence of phonotactics.  ...  In order to examine possible differences between rating tasks and word-picture matching, we have conducted a wordlikeness rating task where "1" meant "not at all like English words" and "5" meant "very  ... 

Different Loci of Semantic Interference in Picture Naming vs. Word-Picture Matching Tasks

Denise Y. Harvey, Tatiana T. Schnur
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
in naming and semantic in word-picture matching.  ...  vs. matching words to pictures.  ...  We thank Eman Bahrani and Kelsey Tomlinson for their help with data collection.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00710 pmid:27242621 pmcid:PMC4865493 fatcat:ezev6mhjg5alvnexundazc2qwm

An event-related potential investigation of the relationship between semantic and perceptual levels of representation

Hein T van Schie, Albertus A Wijers, Marion L Kellenbach, Laurie A Stowe
2003 Brain and Language  
A picture -word repetition paradigm was used in which we manipulated the semantic relationship between pictures and words.  ...  Semantic interactions between matching picture -word pairs in Experiment 1 were found to have an effect on the ERPs to probes presented at the same location as pictures.  ...  in the matching between pictures and words.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0093-934x(02)00546-1 pmid:12921770 fatcat:7oedepiylrhc7fxijs6c5cch6q

Re-Visiting "Semantic Facilitation" of Word Retrieval for People with Aphasia: Facilitation Yes But Semantic No

David Howard, Julie Hickin, Teresa Redmond, Philippa Clark, Wendy Best
2006 Cortex  
Across a series of experiments, Howard et al. (1985) established that similar effects are found for spoken word-to-picture matching, written word-to-picture matching and yes/no semantic judgments (e.g  ...  There was no effect of being made aware of the relationship between word-topicture matching and picture naming.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0010-9452(08)70439-8 pmid:17131601 fatcat:ag26kbzzvzfzhc7six2gqr23ym

Acquisition of matching to sample via mediated transfer1

Murray Sidman, Osborne Cresson, Martha Willson-Morris
1974 Journal of The Experimental Analysis of Behavior  
The use of words and letters as stimuli highlighted the possible relevance of mediated associations in the indirect acquisition of elementary reading comprehension and oral reading.  ...  The subjects were taught directly to do B-A and C-B matching, but experienced no direct association between C and A.  ...  If so, printed-word naming and picture naming might then have mediated reading comprehension (picture-word matching).  ... 
doi:10.1901/jeab.1974.22-261 pmid:4411822 pmcid:PMC1333268 fatcat:fwocbvyunjgmbmjsc4akenotzq

Page 1197 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 16, Issue 7 [page]

2004 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
These values were .86, .82, .92, and .72 for the wordword, pictureword, picturepicture, and word-—picture conditions, ANOVA of these data |factors of cue type picture) and study-test match (same vs  ...  For the match condition, RTs were shorter for picture than word cues, whereas the converse was the case when cue and study material did not match (p < .005 and p < .05, respectively).  ... 
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