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The lack of pseudohomophone priming effects with short durations in reading and naming
- The lack of pseudohomophone priming effects with short durations in reading and naming
- Lee H.-W.; Kambe G.; Pollatsek A.; Rayner K.
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- Experimental Psychology
- vol. 52, no. 4, pp. 281 - 288
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- The priming effect of pseudohomophones was assessed in reading and naming tasks. In two experiments using the fast priming paradigm in reading, there were no pseudohomophone priming effects when the prime duration was 32, 44, or 56 ms from the beginning of a fixation. In a third experiment, using a naming task with isolated words, there were also no pseudohomophone priming effects with prime durations of 32, 44, and 56 ms, but there was with a 200-ms prime duration. The results suggest that pseudohomophone priming doesn't occur at an early stage of reading (in the first 60 ms from the beginning of fixation), but occurs at a later stage (within the first 200 ms). © 2005 Hogrefe & Huber Publishers.
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