Distractors of low activation can produce negative priming.

  title={Distractors of low activation can produce negative priming.},
  author={Hsuan-Fu Chao and Yei-Yu Yeh},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  volume={32 6},
In two experiments, we examined negative priming produced by distractors of low activation. A hybrid methodology was adopted to incorporate a study phase in which stimuli repetitively served as a target or a distractor, and a test phase in which the relationship in prime-probe couplets was manipulated. A critical manipulation was the presence or absence of novel stimuli in the test phase to alter the list context. The results showed that prime distractors of low activation produced negative… CONTINUE READING

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