Constraints on the observation of partial match costs: implications for transfer-appropriate processing approaches to immediate priming.

@article{Leboe2010ConstraintsOT,
  title={Constraints on the observation of partial match costs: implications for transfer-appropriate processing approaches to immediate priming.},
  author={Jason Leboe and Launa C Leboe and Bruce Milliken},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2010},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={634-48}
}
According to a transfer-appropriate processing framework, immediate priming costs arise from a match between a prime and probe event on 1 dimension and a difference between those 2 events on some other dimension (i.e., a partial match). In Experiment 1, the authors used a Stroop priming procedure to generate 6 variants of partial match, yet only 1 of these 6 conditions yielded a partial match cost. Experiment 2 demonstrates that, for some of these conditions, an underlying partial match cost… CONTINUE READING

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