Shared neighborhood effects in masked orthographic priming

@article{Heuven2001SharedNE,
  title={Shared neighborhood effects in masked orthographic priming},
  author={Walter J.B. van Heuven and Ton Dijkstra and Jonathan Grainger and Herbert Schriefers},
  journal={Psychonomic Bulletin & Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={8},
  pages={96-101}
}
Several studies have found effects of orthographically related masked nonword primes on lexical decisions to target words. These effects have been explained by the neighborhood characteristics of the target word (Forster, 1987), but the neighborhood characteristics of the prime in combination with the target are also found to be important (Hinton, Liversedge, & Underwood, 1998). In this study, we present a new account of masked form-priming effects based on the shared neighborhood of prime and… CONTINUE READING

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