Form-Specific Priming and Functional Brain Asymmetries in Perceptual Identification

@article{Koivisto1996FormSpecificPA,
  title={Form-Specific Priming and Functional Brain Asymmetries in Perceptual Identification},
  author={Mika Koivisto},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1996},
  volume={32},
  pages={527-536}
}
Word form representations in intact cerebral hemispheres were studied by a lateralized perceptual identification priming task. During the study phase, word forms were primed by displaying words visually in uppercase or lowercase letters. During the test phase, perceptual identification of non-studied baseline words and studied words (presented in same or different lettercase as studied) was tested by displaying targets in the left or right visual field. Experiment 1 showed that the hemispheric… CONTINUE READING