The effects on priming of word frequency, number of repetitions, and delay depend on the magnitude of priming.

@article{Ostergaard1998TheEO,
  title={The effects on priming of word frequency, number of repetitions, and delay depend on the magnitude of priming.},
  author={Arne L Ostergaard},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={1998},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={40-60}
}
Conflicting findings with respect to the effects of experimental manipulations on priming have been reported in previous studies. It is argued that, in many priming tasks, large amounts of task-relevant information are available from various sources, and that, therefore, the information available from a specific study episode will have only a small impact on overall performance level. Under such circumstances, high levels of baseline performance and small priming effects will be observed. The… CONTINUE READING

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