Graded aspects of morphological processing: task and processing time.

  title={Graded aspects of morphological processing: task and processing time.},
  author={Laurie Beth Feldman and Brendon Prostko},
  journal={Brain and language},
  volume={81 1-3},
Effects on targets of orthographically (O) and semantically (S) related primes were compared with morphologically related (M) primes in the lexical decision, naming, and go/no go naming tasks. The overall pattern typified the graded nature of morphological processing. Morphological relatedness produced facilitation whose magnitude varied across a range of stimulus onset asynchronies (SOAs of 66-300 ms) and tasks. The effect of semantic and orthographic similarity also depended on SOA and on… CONTINUE READING

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