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Semantic priming of lexical and conceptual representations: Manipulating depth of processing of the prime
Researchers often assume that automatic semantic priming effects found in lexical decision tasks are due to spreading activation at a conceptual knowledge level. Recent research questions this assumption by demonstrating ...
Life-time wage profiles in the female labor market
The study finds evidence of a cohort effect in female to male wage differentials caused by a greater earnings growth across generations. This imply a steeper female wage profile than is commonly accepted in the literature. ...
Choreographing culture: Dance, folklore, and the politics of identity in Turkey
Processes of transnational restructuring have significant, if complex, effects on local tradition. Turkey has been greatly effected by such transformations in the performative arenas of public culture which mediate between ...
Archaeological investigations of Iron Age sites in the Mema region, Mali (West Africa)
Archaeological research undertaken in 1989/90 has demonstrated that a millenium ago, the Malian region of Mema (a now dry alluvial basin located northwest of the current Inland Niger Delta and south of the Lakes Region), ...