An electrophysiological analysis of modality-specific aspects of word repetition.

@article{Joyce1999AnEA,
  title={An electrophysiological analysis of modality-specific aspects of word repetition.},
  author={Carrie A. Joyce and Ken A. Paller and Tom J. Schwartz and Marta Kutas},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={655-65}
}
Priming effects to words are reduced when modality changes from study to test. This change was examined here using behavioral and electrophysiological measures of priming. During the study, half of the words were presented visually and half auditorally; during a subsequent lexical decision test, all words were presented visually. Lexical decisions were faster for within- than cross-modality repetitions. In contrast, modality influenced recognition only for low-frequency words. During lexical… CONTINUE READING

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