Word-type effects in word-stem priming: evidence for semantic processing in the perceptual representation system

Short Title:
Word-type effects in word-stem priming: evidence for semantic processing in the perceptual representation system
Model System:
TBI
Reference Type:
Journal Article
Accession No.:
J37471.
Journal:
Perceptual and Motor Skills
Year, Volume, Issue, Page(s):
1998, vol. 87, issue , pp 263-268
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Abstract:
Study examining the influence of semantic information on word-stem priming in a nonclinical sample. Stimuli consisted of threatening and non-threatening words presented in computerized word-stem priming and cued recall tasks. The authors hypothesized that word-type effects and thus the processing of semantic information would be evident in word-stem priming. To test whether mood state affects memory, the study also included measures of depression and anxiety. Participants were 41 undergraduate women recruited from an introductory psychology class.
Author(s):
Cooley, E. L.; Stringer, A. Y.
Author Address(es):

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