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Lexical effects on speech perception are not very reliable and they have been shown to depend on various factors among which word length. In the current models of phonemic decision, lexical effects are conceived as arising from top-down processing, with or without feedback, depending on the model. Lexical effects tend to be stronger in longer words, which can be ascribed to an increase in the amount of lexical evidence. The present study was aimed at collecting further evidence on this point.doi:10.5334/jpl.105 fatcat:65oddsj4o5hfvj5c43tt6xl2ci