Verbal satiation and changes in the intensity of meaning.

@article{Lambert1960VerbalSA,
  title={Verbal satiation and changes in the intensity of meaning.},
  author={Wallace E. Lambert and Leon A. Jakobovits},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology},
  year={1960},
  volume={60},
  pages={
          376-83
        }
}

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