Orthographic processing in visual word identification.

  title={Orthographic processing in visual word identification.},
  author={Glyn W. Humphreys and Lindsay J. Evett and Philip T. Quinlan},
  journal={Cognitive psychology},
  volume={22 4},
A series of experiments is reported examining orthographic priming effects between briefly presented pairs of letter strings. The experiments investigate the effects of the number and position of letters shared by primes and targets, and the effects of prime-target length. Priming effects increase nonlinearly as a function of both the number and the position of shared letters, and they are dependent on the positions of letters relative to both the end positions in the string and to the… CONTINUE READING
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