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  • Dissociated backward priming effects in lexical decision

    Backward priming was examined at 150- and 500-msec prime-target stimulus onset asynchronies (SOAs) using visually presented primes and targets in lexical decision and pronunciation tasks. Two kinds of backward relations were used compound items for which targets and primes formed a word in the backward direction (e.g., prime HOP target bell), and noncompound items for which targets and

  • Dissociatedbackward priming effects in lexical

    Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 1999.6(1). Dissociatedbackward priming effects in lexical decisionand pronunciation tasks TODD A.KAHAN, JAMESH.NEELY, and WENDY J. FORSYTHE

  • The Microgenesis of Priming Effects in Lexical Access

     · Priming and the effects of sentence and lexical contexts on naming time Evidence for autonomous lexical processing Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology , 33 ( 1981 ) , pp. 465495 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

  • Lexical Decision Tasks, Semantic Priming, & Reading

    Lexical Decision Tasks, Semantic Priming, and Reading. Semantic priming refers to the observation that a response to a target (e.g., dog) is faster when it is preceded by a semantically related prime (e.g., cat) compared to an unrelated prime (e.g., car). Semantic priming may occur because the prime partially activates related words or concepts

  • Lexical priming and sound-to-spelling contingency effects

     · Campbell (1983) demonstrated that nonword spelling may be influenced by the spelling patterns of previously heard, rhyming words (“lexical priming”). We report an experiment that compares two nonword spelling tasks an experimental (“priming”) task, in which nonwords were preceded by rhyming words of different spellings (as in Campbell's task), and a free-spelling task in which only

  • Lexical representation and selection in bilingual memory

    This dissociation of priming effects in the within and between-language priming conditions is inconsistent with episodic retrieval predictions. Instead, the results support inhibition-based accounts by showing that bilingual language selection is achieved by active inhibition and that inhibition can flexibly operate at both the local and global

  • Affective priming in a lexical decision task Is there an

     · Affective priming in a lexical decision task Is there an investigate whether affective priming effects can be explained by a spreading activation account. Furthermore, our main aim is to test the possible contribution of semantic relatedness to affective priming. Most studies in affective priming literature have neglected a relevant point

  • Effects of thematic and lexical priming on readers' eye

    Effects of thematic and lexical priming on readers' eye movements. In addition, lexical priming was examined by presenting an identity prime earlier in the text. The results showed that non‐thematic words were regressed to more often than thematic words. Regressions were typically initiated after reaching a clause or sentence boundary.

  • The microgenesis of priming effects in lexical access

    The implications of priming experiments for a structural theory of the mental lexicon depend critically on the development of an adequate theory of the mechanics of priming. Masked priming techniques may simplify this task, since consciously perceived relationships play no role in masked priming. the implications of adopting an activation-based

  • Contrasting Effects of Self‐Schema Priming on Lexical

     · Experiments 1 and 2 assessed the effects of subliminal lexical priming and an emotional priming manipulation on lexical decision (LD) judgments for dependency-related words and control words. Experiments 3 and 4 assessed the effects of these same priming procedures on Interpersonal Stroop Task (IST) performance. As predicted, priming the HSS

  • The locus of post-lexical semantic matching effects on

     · The locus of post-lexical semantic matching effects on semantic priming biasing a binary response or a binary decision? Bart Aaron VanVoorhis Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at https //lib.dr.iastate.edu/rtd Part of theExperimental Analysis of Behavior Commons, and thePsychiatry and Psychology Commons

  • Primed Lexical Decision Combined Effects of the

     · The magnitude of priming only varies with SOA if the proportion of related pairs is relatively large. In contrast, the amount of priming varies with proportion under all SOA conditions. The data are interpreted primarily in terms of two contextual processes, viz., “prime-induced attentional processing” and “post-lexical coherence checking”.

  • Lexical-semantic priming effects during infancy Read by

    Follow-up experiments confirmed the interfering effects of unrelated prime words and identified the existence of repetition priming effects as young as 18 months of age. The results of these experiments indicate that infants have begun to develop semantic-associative links between lexical items as early as 21 months of age.

  • Lexical semantic priming effects during infancy

    Lexical–semantic priming effects during infancy Natalia Arias-Trejo and Kim Plunkett* Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3UD, UK

  • Effects of phonological similarity on priming in auditorY

     · Research examining priming effects in the lexical de-cision task has primarily been concerned with items that are semantically associated. Moreover, most of the research has been conducled using visuelly presented stimuli. Such priming effects are assumed to reflect semantic facilitation resulting from some form of associ-ation between two

  • Semantic Priming Effects in a Lexical Decision Task

    Semantic Priming Effects in a Lexical Decision Task Comparing third Graders and College Students in two Different Stimulus Onset AsynchroniesVolume 14 Issue 2

  • Components of Activation Repetition and Priming Effects

    Components of Activation Repetition and Priming Effects in Lexical Decision and Recognition Roger Ratcliff Northwestern University William Hockley University of Toronto Gail McKopn Northwestern University Activation decay functions were examined in two

  • Cross-language mediated priming Effects of context and

    priming Effects of context and lexical relationship lexical competitors that become activated from the non-target language, prior to the completion of lexical access, should be semantically related to the word rather than related in form. In contrast, when words are presented in

  • The Effects of Semantic Priming on Lexical Processing

    The Effects of Semantic Priming on Lexical Processing Loading

  • Semantic Priming Effects, Lexical Repetition Effects, and

     · priming effects in healthy aged and SDAT individuals. Thus, differences in prime-target SOA may be the critical factor. It should also be noted that the studies that have failed to produce semantic priming effects in SDAT individuals have all relied on the lexical decision task as the dependent measure.

  • Top PDF The Effects of Semantic Priming on Lexical

    The Effects of Semantic Priming on Lexical Processing More recently, however, Thomas et al. (2012) produced evidence suggesting that the semantic priming x stimulus quality interaction may be due to a retrospective mechanism such as semantic matching.

  • Semantic priming effects, lexical repetition effects, and

     · An experiment is reported that addresses semantic priming effects, lexical repetition effects, and the influence of context on meaning selection for ambiguous words in 32 healthy aged individuals and 32 individuals with Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer Type (SDAT). On each of 232 trials, subjects pronounced each of three words.

  • Lexical and sentential priming in competition

    In lexical decision, the additive effects of lexical priming and sentential priming were present under all temporal conditions, although the latter was always substantially larger. In cross-modal naming, sentential priming was present in all temporal conditions lexical priming was more fragile, interacting with timing and sentential congruence.

  • Components of Activation Repetition and Priming Effects

    Components of Activation Repetition and Priming Effects in Lexical Decision and Recognition Roger Ratcliff Northwestern University William Hockley University of Toronto Gail McKopn Northwestern University Activation decay functions were examined in two different tasks lexical

  • Lexical-Semantic Priming Effects during Infancy

    infant lexical priming is less robust and less efficient compared with adult priming, we employed a short prime -target inter-stimulus interval (ISI) and a short stimulus-onset asynchrony (SOA) of 200 ms each to maximize the likelihood of detection of priming effects and to avoid strategic (non-automatic) responses.

  • Semantic priming effects and lexical access in English as L3

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  • Lexical Priming Effects of Textbooks on EFL Learners’ Use

     · Keywords lexical priming, textbooks, EFL learning, give ditransitives 1. Introduction In the 2005 book of Lexical Priming, Hoey proposed the Lexical Priming theory, claiming that “every word is primed for use in discourse as a result of the cumulative effects of an individual’s encounters with the word” (Hoey, 2005).

  • Phonological, lexical, and discourse effects on the

     · Zhang, Chi. Phonological, Lexical, and Discourse Effects on the Production of Sentence Structure Evidence from Structural Priming. Universiteit Gent. Faculteit Psychologie en Pedagogische wetenschappen, 2021.

  • Phonological priming reflects lexical competition

    A phonological relationship between a prime and a target produces facilitation when one or two initial phonemes are shared (low-similarity facilitation) but produces interference when more phonemes are shared (high-similarity interference Slowiaczek & Hamburger, 1992). Although low-similarity facilitation appears to be a strategic effect (Goldinger, Luce, Pisoni, & Marcario, 1992), this

  • Dissociated backward priming effects in lexical

    Backward priming was examined at 150- and 500-msec prime-target stimulus onset asynchronies (SOAs) using visually presented primes and targets in lexical decision and pronunciation tasks. Two kinds of backward relations were used compound items for which targets and primes formed a word in the backward direction (e.g., prime HOP target bell), and noncompound items for which targets and

  • Syntactic priming and the lexical boost effect during

    et al., 2000, 2006). Therefore, syntactic priming effects can be ob-served in the absence of lexical overlap between prime and target structures. The lexical boost is due to explicit memory Repetition of a lexical item in the target leads to reactivation of the memory trace of that item in