For awhile now since getting my first car (and only driving Automatic transmissions) I've had plenty of experiences where when making a turn out of a parking lot with my wheels turned a bit too much, or even when I'm switching lanes on the highway (jumping 55 to 65 due to trucks ahead) it seems that if I floor my car or push the gas too much, I end up with a dangerous acceleration block where my engine revs and stays around 4k RPM, and the only way out has been to release the gas and floor again.
On the second round it usually accelerates normally, and typically this issue never comes up when I'm not immediately doing a full floor.
Anyway, I wanted to know what causes this issue and if it's specific to automatic transmissions or any car type, or if this is an issue across the board. In addition, any tips on prevention and getting out of the gear lock are greatly appreciated.
I know that misfiring can cause stalled acceleration, however every time my engine has misfired I promptly replaced the spark plugs and the check engine light always came on, and I have a code reader so I occasionally check even if the light isn't on.
Also I know that turning the wheels a bit too much might cause a bit more tension on acceleration, but shouldn't cars be able to make tight turns (such as when on a blind curve) rapidly?