Masked repetition and phonological priming within and across modalities.

  title={Masked repetition and phonological priming within and across modalities.},
  author={Jonathan Grainger and Kevin Diependaele and Elsa Spinelli and Ludovic Ferrand and Fernand Farioli},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={29 6},
Lexical decision latencies to word targets presented either visually or auditorily were faster when directly preceded by a briefly presented (53-ms) pattern-masked visual prime that was the same word as the target (repetition primes), compared with different word primes. Primes that were pseudohomophones of target words did not significantly influence target processing compared with unrelated primes (Experiments 1-2) but did produce robust priming effects with slightly longer prime exposures… CONTINUE READING

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