Interference from related items in object identification.

  title={Interference from related items in object identification.},
  author={Moira Dean and Daniel N. Bub and Michael E. J. Masson},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={27 3},
Interference between related items in the identification of objects was examined using a postcue procedure. Pairs of objects were presented as differently colored line drawings followed by a color cue to indicate which object to name. Naming latencies were longer when both objects were from the same superordinate category than when they were unrelated. This interference effect was replicated when subjects were cued to report the color of a drawing rather than its name. Interference was greatly… CONTINUE READING

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