Skilled readers begin processing sub-phonemic features by 80ms during visual word recognition: Evidence from ERPs

@article{Ashby2009SkilledRB,
  title={Skilled readers begin processing sub-phonemic features by 80ms during visual word recognition: Evidence from ERPs},
  author={Jacqueline Ashby and Lisa D. Sanders and John Kingston},
  journal={Biological Psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={80},
  pages={84-94}
}
Two masked priming experiments investigated the time-course of the activation of sub-phonemic information during visual word recognition. EEG was recorded as participants read targets with voiced and unvoiced final consonants (e.g., fad and fat), preceded by nonword primes that were incongruent or congruent in voicing and vowel duration (e.g., fap or faz). Experiment 1 used a long duration mask (100 ms) between prime and target, whereas Experiment 2 used a short mask (22 ms). Phonological… CONTINUE READING
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