Prime Validity Affects Masked Repetition Priming: Evidence for an Episodic Resource Account of Priming☆

@inproceedings{Bodner2001PrimeVA,
  title={Prime Validity Affects Masked Repetition Priming: Evidence for an Episodic Resource Account of Priming☆},
  author={Glen E Bodner and Michael E. J. Masson},
  year={2001}
}
Masked repetition priming in the lexical decision task was found to be greater when prime validity, defined as the proportion of repetition versus unrelated primes, was high (.8) rather than low (.2), even though primes were displayed for only 45 or 60 ms. Prime validity effects did not obtain when targets varied markedly from trial to trial with respect to processing difficulty. This variation appears to cause extensive prime recruitment even when prime validity is low. Reducing variability in… CONTINUE READING

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