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Developmental differences in sensitivity to semantic relations among good and poor comprehenders: evidence from semantic priming.

Abstract:

Semantic priming for category coordinates (e.g. CAT-DOG; AEROPLANE-TRAIN) and for pairs of words related through function (e.g. BROOM-FLOOR; SHAMPOO-HAIR) was assessed in children with good and poor reading comprehension, matched for decoding skill. Lexical association strength was also manipulated by comparing pairs of words that were highly associated with pairs that shared low association strength. Both groups of children showed priming for function-related words, but for the category co-o...

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Journal:
Cognition
Volume:
70
Issue:
1
Pages:
B1-13
Publication date:
1999-02-05
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EISSN:
1873-7838
ISSN:
0010-0277
URN:
uuid:4fc50f0c-e3cd-4a26-b048-ca182b133c09
Source identifiers:
426661
Local pid:
pubs:426661

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