Brain potentials associated with perceptual priming vs explicit remembering during the repetition of visual word-form

@article{Paller1998BrainPA,
  title={Brain potentials associated with perceptual priming vs explicit remembering during the repetition of visual word-form},
  author={Ken A. Paller and Matthias Gross},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1998},
  volume={36},
  pages={559-571}
}
Priming of visual word-form was studied using a reading manipulation in which some words appeared in a backward format (e.g., d-r-o-w) instead of the usual forward format. In Experiment 1, subjects discriminated occasional targets (common first names) from other words with a speeded response. Reaction time was faster for words that had also appeared earlier in the forward format compared to the backward format. Event-related potentials (ERPs) recorded in response to word presentations showed a… CONTINUE READING

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