Priming via relational similarity: A COPPER HORSE is faster when seen through a GLASS EYE

@article{Estes2006PrimingVR,
  title={Priming via relational similarity: A COPPER HORSE is faster when seen through a GLASS EYE},
  author={Z. Estes and Lara L. Jones},
  journal={Journal of Memory and Language},
  year={2006},
  volume={55},
  pages={89-101}
}
Relation priming is a phenomenon in which comprehension of a word pair (e.g.. COPPER HORSE) is facilitated by the prior presentation of another word pair (e.g., GLASS EYE) that instantiates the same conceptual relation (i.e.. composed of). We investigated whether relation priming is contingent on lexical similarity. Study I revealed that relational similarity, but not lexical similarity, reliably predicted noun phrase comprehension across several previously published experiments. Study 2… Expand
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