Carrie A. Ankerstein

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In this article, we present 84 nonobjects we created by using the colored object pictures from Rossion and Pourtois (2004). These nonobjects were explored on a number of measures, including object resemblance, visual complexity, and an object decision task (ODT). Object resemblance for nonobjects is a construct comparable to the "word-likeness" of(More)
Qualitative and quantitative differences in semantic priming for native and nonnative speaker groups were explored using a primed lexical decision task. In addition to response time data, coefficient of variance (CV) for response times was used to investigate quantitative differences in lexical processing between groups. Segalowitz and Segalowitz (1993)(More)
Human speech, as a collection of complex phenomena, can be explored from many different angles, and interesting data can be generated with various approaches. However, if we aim to substantially improve our understanding of speech, it is advantageous to focus on the communicative functions and the mechanisms that enable these functions. This paper uses(More)
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