Semantic Satiation in Concept Formation

@article{Jakobovits1965SemanticSI,
  title={Semantic Satiation in Concept Formation},
  author={Leon A. Jakobovits},
  journal={Psychological Reports},
  year={1965},
  volume={17},
  pages={113 - 114}
}
This study deals with generalization of the semantic satiation effect to a concept formation task which involves the grouping of words into classes. Experimental Ss were given satiation treatment on words which were thought to mediate solution to the classification task, while control Ss were given satiation treatment on irrelevant words. It was shown that experimental Ss differed from controls with respect to the type of solutions given in the concept formation task. 
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