The time course of semantic priming between two associated words was tracked using rapid serial visual presentation of two synchronized streams of stimuli appearing at about 20 items/sec, each stream including a target word. The two words were semantically related or unrelated and were sepa- rated by stimulus onset asynchronies (SOAs) of 0–213msec. Accuracy in reporting the first target (T1) versus the second target (T2) has been shown to interact dramatically with SOA over this range. The materials were in English in Experiment1 and Italian in Experiment2. T1 was semantically primed only at short SOAs, whereas T2 was primed at all SOAs (Experiment1) or at all SOAs except the shortest one (Experiment2). The results indicate a strong competition between target words early in process- ing, with T2 often becoming the first word identified at short SOAs, thus priming T1.
|Anno di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Titolo:||Bidirectional semantic priming in the attentional blink.|
|Autori:||POTTER, M. C; DELLACQUA, R; PESCIARELLI, F; JOB, R; PERESSOTTI, F; OCONNOR, D. H|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.3758/BF03193788|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Articolo su rivista|
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