Age of Acquisition, Word Frequency, and the Locus of Repetition Priming of Picture Naming☆

@inproceedings{Barry2001AgeOA,
  title={Age of Acquisition, Word Frequency, and the Locus of Repetition Priming of Picture Naming☆},
  author={Christopher Barry and Katherine W. Hirsh and Robert A. Johnston and Catherine L. Williams},
  year={2001}
}
We examined the roles of age of acquisition (AoA) and word frequency in picture naming latencies and studied repetition priming to illuminate the locus and mechanism by which the effective variable has its effect. Experiment 1 found that AoA affected naming latencies when frequency was controlled, and Experiment 2 found that frequency had no effect when AoA was controlled. Experiment 3 found no effects of either AoA or frequency in delayed picture naming. Picture naming was facilitated by the… CONTINUE READING

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