An electrophysiological study of the effects of orthographic neighborhood size on printed word perception.

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In two experiments participants read words and pseudowords that belonged to either large or small lexical neighborhoods while event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded from their scalps. In Experiment 1, participants made speeded lexical decisions to all items, while in Experiment 2 they engaged in a go/no-go semantic categorization task in which… (More)

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@article{Holcomb2002AnES, title={An electrophysiological study of the effects of orthographic neighborhood size on printed word perception.}, author={Phillip J. Holcomb and Jonathan Grainger and Tim O'Rourke}, journal={Journal of cognitive neuroscience}, year={2002}, volume={14 6}, pages={938-50} }