Does frequency trajectory influence word identification? A cross-task comparison.

@article{Lt2013DoesFT,
  title={Does frequency trajectory influence word identification? A cross-task comparison.},
  author={Bernard L{\'e}t{\'e} and Patrick Bonin},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={66 5},
  pages={973-1000}
}
In a series of six experiments, the influence of frequency trajectory in visual word recognition was investigated. In Experiment 1, frequency trajectory was found to exert a strong and reliable influence on age of acquisition (AoA) ratings. In word reading (experiment 2), lexical decision (experiments 3 and 6), proper name decision (experiment 4), progressive demasking (experiment 5), and a multiple regression analysis of lexical decision times taken from the French Lexicon Project, the effect… CONTINUE READING

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