Does priming with awareness reflect explicit contamination? An approach with a response-time measure in word-stem completion.

@article{Fay2005DoesPW,
  title={Does priming with awareness reflect explicit contamination? An approach with a response-time measure in word-stem completion.},
  author={S{\'e}verine Fay and Michel Isingrini and Viviane Pouthas},
  journal={Consciousness and cognition},
  year={2005},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={459-73}
}
The present experiment investigates the involvement of awareness in functional dissociations between explicit and implicit tests. In the explicit condition, participants attempted to recall lexically or semantically studied words using word stems. In the implicit condition, they were instructed to complete each stem with the first word which came to mind. Subjective awareness was subsequently measured on an item-by-item basis. As voluntary retrieval strategies are known to be time consuming… CONTINUE READING

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