Cross-language phonological activation: Evidence from masked onset priming and ERPs

@article{Jouravlev2014CrosslanguagePA,
  title={Cross-language phonological activation: Evidence from masked onset priming and ERPs},
  author={Olessia Jouravlev and Stephen J. Lupker and D Moretti Jared},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2014},
  volume={134},
  pages={11-22}
}
The goal of the present research was to provide direct evidence for the cross-language interaction of phonologies at the sub-lexical level by using the masked onset priming paradigm. More specifically, we investigated whether there is a cross-language masked onset priming effect (MOPE) with L2 (English) primes and L1 (Russian) targets and whether it is modulated by the orthographic similarity of primes and targets. Primes and targets had onsets that overlapped either only phonologically, only… CONTINUE READING
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