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Abstraction and perceptual individuation in primed word identification are modulated by distortion and repetition: a dissociation.

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One experiment investigated the effects of distortion and multiple prime repetition (super-repetition) on repetition priming using divided-visual-field word identification at test and mixed-case words (e.g., goAT). The experiment measured form-specificity (the effect of matching lettercase at study and test) for two non-conceptual study tasks. For an ideal typeface, super-repetition increased form-independent priming leaving form-specificity constant. The opposite pattern was found for a dist...

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10.1080/09658210701757305

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford
Journal:
Memory (Hove, England)
Volume:
15
Issue:
8
Pages:
899-911
Publication date:
2007-11-05
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EISSN:
1464-0686
ISSN:
0965-8211
URN:
uuid:f65115f4-d3e0-411b-9f49-cbdc0b9e1339
Source identifiers:
311299
Local pid:
pubs:311299

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