The University of Hong Kong Department of Psychology Departmental Seminar


Single word recognition experiments have shown that when a word is primed by an orthographic neighbour (e.g. blur primed by blue), reaction times to the target increase (e.g., Davis & Lupker, 2006; De Moor & Brysbaert, 2000; Drews & Zwitserlood, 1995; Nakayama et al., 2008). Models of word recognition like the Interactive Activation (IA) model (McClelland… (More)