About this Research Topic
A critical issue psycholinguistic research is developing a model of how words are selected from the mental lexicon in speech production. This Research Topic of Frontiers will provide a venue for leading researchers in the field of lexical access in speech production to present empirical or theoretical articles that further our understanding of the dynamics of lexical selection in speech production. The Research Topic will be explicitly broad in terms of theoretical perspectives, and will include experimental investigations, computational modeling studies, theoretical reviews and meta-analyses. In terms of experimental methods, the focus of the Research Topic is on behavioral measures with normal and brain damaged individuals. The goal of this Research Topic of frontiers is to provide a state-of-the-art view of the field.
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