Université de Lausanne
Session JEP poster P3 Mardi 10 Juin - 14h00 16h00
Analyse du mot sur le bout de la langue de 19 à 79 ans
- Christelle Gillioz ( Université de Lausanne)
- Brigitte Zellner-Keller ( Université de Lausanne)
- Résumé : It is commonly reported that lexical access becomes less efficient with aging and that most of the TOTs are proper names. In this paper, we analyse data of questionnaires obtained from 55 French-speaking subjects aged between 19 and 79 who reported TOTs from their daily lives for two weeks. The data suggest that age is not linearly related to the increase of TOT, that common names are good candidates for TOTs, and that men and women do not experiment TOTs in the same contexts and do not behave entirely in the same way.