Masked Repetition Priming of Words and Nonwords : Evidence for a Nonlexical Basis for Priming

@inproceedings{Bodner1997MaskedRP,
  title={Masked Repetition Priming of Words and Nonwords : Evidence for a Nonlexical Basis for Priming},
  author={Glen E Bodner and Michael E. J. Masson},
  year={1997}
}
Lexical decisions for lowand high-frequency words are equally facilitated by masked repetition priming, whereas nonwords typically show no effect of such priming. This pattern of results has been used to argue against an episodic account of masked priming and in favor of a lexical account in which the prime opens the lexical entry of the upcoming target. We propose that an episodic account can be compatible with additive effects of masked priming and word frequency. We also demonstrate that… CONTINUE READING

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