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Effects of association and semantic relatedness under super- and subliminal conditions in the lexical decision task
Two experiments investigated Shelton and Martin's (1992) claim that automatic priming effects in the lexical decision task appear for associatively related items only, but not for semantically related, unassociated items. ...
Semantic and phonological factors in speech production: Evidence from picture-word interference experiments
Discrete models of speaking maintain that semantic-syntactic and phonological representations are largely independent, whereas interactive accounts allow for mutual influence between them. The studies presented here ...