No negative semantic priming from unconscious flanker words in sight.

  title={No negative semantic priming from unconscious flanker words in sight.},
  author={Katia Duscherer and Daniel Holender},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  volume={28 4},
In replicating 1 of the within-language conditions of E. Fox's (1996) Experiment 1, the authors confirmed that unattended words presented 2.4 degrees above and below fixation are mostly unavailable to awareness. However, no negative semantic priming was observed in a lexical decision on a probe letter string appearing about 1 s later, which does not replicate Fox's finding. These results are compatible with the hypothesis underlying the present study, according to which positive semantic… CONTINUE READING

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