Unconscious cognition isn’t that smart: Modulation of masked repetition priming effect in the word naming task

@article{Kinoshita2008UnconsciousCI,
  title={Unconscious cognition isn’t that smart: Modulation of masked repetition priming effect in the word naming task},
  author={Sachiko Kinoshita and Kenneth I. Forster and Michael C. Mozer},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2008},
  volume={107},
  pages={623-649}
}
Masked repetition primes produce greater facilitation in naming in a block containing a high, rather than low proportion of repetition trials. [Bodner, G. E., & Masson, M. E. J. (2004). Beyond binary judgments: Prime-validity modulates masked repetition priming in the naming task. Memory & Cognition, 32, 1-11] suggested this phenomenon reflects a strategic shift in the use of masked prime as a function of its validity. We propose an alternative explanation based on the Adaptation to the… CONTINUE READING
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