Conceptual and Nonconceptual Priming 3 Conceptual and Nonconceptual Repetition Priming in Category Exemplar Generation : Evidence from Bilinguals

@inproceedings{Francis2010ConceptualAN,
  title={Conceptual and Nonconceptual Priming 3 Conceptual and Nonconceptual Repetition Priming in Category Exemplar Generation : Evidence from Bilinguals},
  author={Wendy S. Francis and Norma P. Fernandez},
  year={2010}
}
One measure of conceptual implicit memory is repetition priming in the generation of exemplars from a semantic category, but does such priming transfer across languages? That is, do the overlapping conceptual representations for translation equivalents provide a sufficient basis for such priming? In Experiment 1 (N = 96), participants carried out a deep encoding task, and priming between languages was statistically reliable, but attenuated, relative to within-language priming. Experiment 2 (N… CONTINUE READING
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