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Sequential Effects of Phonological Priming in Visual Word Recognition

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Two masked priming experiments were conducted to examine phonological priming of bisyllabic words in French, and in particular, whether it operates sequentially or in parallel. Bisyllabic target words were primed by pseudowords that shared either the first or the second phonological syllable of the target. Overlap of the first syllable only—not the second—produced facilitation in both the lexical decision and the naming tasks. These findings suggest that, for polysyllabic words, phonological codes are computed sequentially during silent reading and reading aloud.
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Manuel Carreiras, Ludovic Ferrand, Jonathan Grainger, Manuel Perea. Sequential Effects of Phonological Priming in Visual Word Recognition. Psychological Science, 2005, 16 (8), pp.585-589. ⟨10.1111/j.1467-9280.2005.01579.x⟩. ⟨hal-03879167⟩
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