Are there qualitative differences in the representation of abstract and concrete words? Within-language and cross-language evidence from the semantic priming paradigm.

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The different organizational frameworks theory proposes that there is a qualitative difference between the representation of concrete and abstract words in memory: Concrete concepts would be primarily organized in terms of semantic similarity whereas abstract concepts would be mainly organized by their association with other concepts. Evidence in support of… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/17470218.2015.1016980

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@article{Ferr2015AreTQ, title={Are there qualitative differences in the representation of abstract and concrete words? Within-language and cross-language evidence from the semantic priming paradigm.}, author={Pilar Ferr{\'e} and Marc Guasch and Te{\'o}filo Garc{\'i}a-Chico and Rosa S{\'a}nchez-Casas}, journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology}, year={2015}, volume={68 12}, pages={2402-18} }