Masked repetition priming and word frequency effects across different types of Japanese scripts : An examination of the lexical activation account

@inproceedings{Hino2003MaskedRP,
  title={Masked repetition priming and word frequency effects across different types of Japanese scripts : An examination of the lexical activation account},
  author={Yasushi Hino and Stephen J. Lupker and Taeko Ogawa and Christopher R. Searsd},
  year={2003}
}
In these experiments, cross-script masked repetition priming and word frequency effects were examined for Japanese words and nonwords as a function of script familiarity and the nature of the task (lexical decision or naming). In the lexical decision task, masked repetition priming effects were observed only for word targets and those effects were larger for targets presented in an orthographically unfamiliar script than for targets presented in an orthographically familiar script. In contrast… CONTINUE READING