Semantic Satiation and Cognitive Dynamics

@article{Jakobovits1967SemanticSA,
  title={Semantic Satiation and Cognitive Dynamics},
  author={Leon A. Jakobovits},
  journal={Journal of Special Education},
  year={1967},
  volume={2},
  pages={35 - 44}
}
1 The writing of this paper was made possible, in part, by NSF Grant #GS 953 to the author. An earlier version of the paper was presented at a symposium during the 1966 annual convention of the American Psychological Association in New York. 2Semantic satiation implies the notion of a reduction in the intensity of meaning of a stimulus when it is repeatedly exposed to the subject. 3Semantic generation refers to the increase in the intensity of meaning of a stimulus when it is repeatedly exposed… Expand
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