Does prime modality influence morphological processing?

@article{Pastizzo2002DoesPM,
  title={Does prime modality influence morphological processing?},
  author={Matthew John Pastizzo and Laurie Beth Feldman},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={2002},
  volume={81 1-3},
  pages={28-41}
}
Facilitation among morphologically related words generally is impervious to the prefixed or suffixed structure of primes and targets. A notable exception arises, however, when both primes and targets are suffixed. More specifically, when primes are auditory and targets are visual, facilitation for a suffixed target (e.g., payment) is absent when it follows a prime (e.g., payable) that is morphologically related and suffixed (Marslen-Wilson, Tyler, Waksler, & Older, 1994). To account for null… CONTINUE READING