The frequency attenuation effect in identity and associative priming.

@article{Nievas2010TheFA,
  title={The frequency attenuation effect in identity and associative priming.},
  author={Francisco Nievas},
  journal={The Spanish journal of psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={30-62}
}
Three lexical decision experiments were carried out, where the masked priming paradigm is used to study the role of the frequency attenuation effect (more priming in low-frequency target words than in high-frequency target words) in repetition and associative priming, manipulating Prime Duration (PD) and Stimulus Onset Asynchrony (SOA). A new concept was introduced, Minimum Time Threshold (MTT), this is, the minimum time interval of exposure to the masked word in order to become aware of it… CONTINUE READING

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