List context fosters semantic processing: parallels between semantic and morphological facilitation when primes are forward masked.

@article{Feldman2008ListCF,
  title={List context fosters semantic processing: parallels between semantic and morphological facilitation when primes are forward masked.},
  author={Laurie Beth Feldman and Dana M. Basnight-Brown},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={680-7}
}
The authors examined patterns of facilitation under forward-masked priming conditions across 3 list contexts (Experiments 1-3) that varied with respect to properties of filler trials -- (a) mixed (morphological, orthographic, semantic), (b) identity, and (c) semantic -- but held the relatedness proportion constant (75%). Facilitation for targets that were related morphologically to their prime occurred regardless of filler context, but facilitation for semantically related pairs occurred only… CONTINUE READING

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