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Semantic priming

perspectives from memory and word recognition

by Timothy P. Mcnamara

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Published by Psychology Press in New York .
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    Subjects:
  • Semantics -- Psychological aspects,
  • Priming (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementTimothy P. Mcnamara.
    SeriesEssays in cognitive psychology
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP325.5.P78 M38 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3392383M
    ISBN 101841690791
    LC Control Number2005001559

    Obtaining mediated priming is important because the mediated prime trials evidence the incorporation of new associations directly into the network of semantic memory, thus suggesting that episodic knowledge can be integrated into the semantic network of memory.


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'Semantic priming is an important phenomenon of cognition and has engendered a huge research literature, a literature that is confusing, conflicting, and defiant of easy classification even to the expert.

McNamara’s new book is a welcome addition Semantic priming book the field that clarifies and enlightens.' - Richard M. Schiffrin, Indiana University5/5(1). Book Description. Semantic priming book Semantic priming has been a focus of research in the cognitive sciences for more than thirty years and is commonly used as a Semantic priming book for investigating other aspects Semantic priming book perception and cognition, such as word recognition, language comprehension, and knowledge representations.

Semantic Priming: Perspectives from Memory and Word Recognition reviews empirical and theoretical advancements in the scientific understanding of semantic priming.

The first section reviews models of semantic priming, Semantic priming book spreading activation models, the verification model, compound-cue models, distributed network models, and multistage activation models (e.g.

interactive-activation model). Peter Hagoort, in Handbook of Neurolinguistics, Semantic Priming. In the last decade or so, most studies that have addressed the issue of impaired access versus degraded representation have used the semantic priming technique.

Since the early seventies (Meyer & Schvaneveldt, ), it has been a well-known and robust phenomenon in psycholinguistics that the processing of a word.

Semantic priming is a form of priming in which the use of words to prepare people in a learning task depends upon the meaning of the words. So for example using the word "dog" as a cue to prime for "budgerigar", the contextual association being they are both domestic pets.

Semantic Priming: Perspectives from Memory and Word Recognition Timothy P. McNamara I was looking for a book reviewing the literature on semantic priming and was extremely impressed with this book.

In a classic but highly controversial Semantic priming book of studies, Anthony Marcel suggested that semantic priming, that is, the facilitation of decisions about semantic aspects of a target stimulus when it follows a related stimulus (the prime), can occur in conditions when the prime is presented so rapidly that subjects fail to be able to decide whether it was present or not (e.g., Marcel ).

Semantic priming refers to the observation that a response to a target (e.g., dog) Semantic priming book faster when it Semantic priming book preceded by a semantically related prime (e.g., cat) compared to an unrelated prime (e.g., car).

Psychology Definition of SEMANTIC PRIMING: where we process stimuli better depending on what comes first.

If a related word is first we process it better than if an unrelated word comes Semantic priming book. See p. Semantic priming in visual word recognition: Activation blocking and domains of processing Article (PDF Available) in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 3(2) June with Reads.

In Semantic priming book priming, the prime and the target are from the same semantic category and share features. For example, the word dog is a semantic prime for wolf, because the two are similar ic priming is theorized to work because of spreading activation within associative networks.

When a person thinks of one item in a category, similar items are stimulated by the brain. 'Semantic priming is an important phenomenon of cognition and has engendered a huge research literature, a literature that is confusing, conflicting, and defiant Semantic priming book easy classification even to Semantic priming book McNamara's new Semantic priming book is a welcome addition to the field that clarifies and enlightens.'.

Semantic priming has been a focus of research in the cognitive sciences for more than thirty years and is commonly used as a tool for investigating other aspects of perception and cognition, such as word recognition, language comprehension, and knowledge representations/5(3).

Semantic priming describes the improved processing of a stimulus after exposure to a related one. Semantic priming occurs where the meaning created influences later thoughts. Semantic and conceptual priming are very similar and the terms may be used interchangeably.

Non-associative semantic priming refers to related concepts but where one is less likely to trigger thoughts of. Mediated Versus Direct Priming Mediated priming involves using primes and targets that are not directly associated or semantically related but instead are related via other words.

For example, based on freeassociation norms (e.g., McNamara, b), mane and tiger are not associates of each other, but each is an associate of : Timothy P. McNamara. Associative Versus “Pure” Semantic Priming As discussed in Chapter 1, the term “semantic priming” is an expository convenience used to refer to priming caused by many different kinds of interrelations, including both associative relations and true relations of : Timothy P.

McNamara. Semantic distance is a determining factor in cognitive processes, such as semantic priming, operating upon semantic memory. The main computational approach to compute semantic distance is through. semantic priming assume that shared features between primes and targets are critical (e.g., cat-DOG).

Associative accounts assume that contextual co-occurrence is critical and that the system is organized along associations independent of featural overlap (e.g., leash-DOG).

'Semantic priming is an important phenomenon of cognition and has engendered a huge research literature, a literature that is confusing, conflicting, and defiant of easy classification even to the expert.

McNamara’s new book is a welcome addition to the field that clarifies and enlightens.' - Richard M. Schiffrin, Indiana University5/5(2). Semantic priming has been a focus of research in the cognitive sciences for more than thirty years and is commonly used as a tool for investigating other aspects of perception and cognition, such as word recognition, language comprehension, and knowledge : Taylor And Francis.

The effects of semantic priming on picture and word processing were assessed under conditions in which subjects were required simply to identify stimuli (label pictures or read words) as rapidly as possible. Stimuli were presented in pairs (a prime followed by a target), with half of the pairs containing members of the same semantic category and half containing unrelated by: etition priming, is an implicit, or non-conscious, form of memory D Repetition priming can last over inter- vals of minutes, hours, and even weeks, which distin- guishes it from other types of priming, such as indirect or semantic priming, that persist for only a few seconds the knowledge that makes up semantic memories is initially attained through a personal experience based in episodic memory Lamar has just gotten a new job and is attending a company party where he will meet his colleagues for the first time.

There are two general classes of models of semantic structure that support semantic priming effects. Feature-overlap models of semantic priming assume that shared features between primes and targets are critical (e.g., cat-DOG).Associative accounts assume that contextual co-occurrence is critical and that the system is organized along associations independent of featural Cited by: And you can even prime people to be amused or to find things funnier by getting them to hold a pencil horizontally in their mouths so as to create a 'smile' shape.

Priming can occur using many different inputs – visual, semantic, or via sounds, smells and tastes. Semantic Priming. [Timothy P McNamara] -- The book thus provides a succinct and indepth overview of this important phenomenon that will be of interest to students and researchers from a range of subdisciplines within the cognitive sciences.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Semantic Priming in Monolingual Russian and Bilingual Russian (L1)-English (L2) Speakers in a Single Word Naming Task: Semantic Priming in Russian: /ch Identifying and exploring factors that influence bilingual language processing has been the topic of much psycholinguistic research.

Semantic priming isAuthor: Evgenia Volkovyskaya, Ilhan Raman, Bahman Baluch. But semantic quibbles seem trivial compared with the overall importance of “In Our Prime,” which is a clarion call for older women to “rip off the invisibility cloak” and reinvent the.

What is semantic priming and why should anyone care about it. -- Spreading activation models -- Becker's verification model -- Compound-cue models -- Distributed network models -- Multistage activation models -- Methodological issues -- Automatic vs. strategic priming -- Associative vs.

"pure" semantic priming -- Mediated vs. direct priming -- Effects of lag -- Forward vs. backward priming Cited by: Semantic and related types of priming as a context in word recognition TANJA GULAN and PAVLE VALERJEV In this paper written word context is being discussed, as well as its effect on word recognition time.

To say that an item or word is recognized it must be identified as familiar. It is the only definition of recognition of our interestFile Size: KB. Semantic priming. Semantic priming is a positive type that uses words that are associated logically, such as “strawberry” and “red.” Those who are primed semantically can recognize one word more quickly when they hear the other.

Masked priming In a priming psychology study involving masked priming, part of the first word would be obscured. Introduction. The term semantic priming describes the facilitated processing of a meaningful stimulus when it is accompanied by another stimulus related in ic priming is a cognitive phenomenon that is well established behaviorally, with electroencephalography (EEG) and, to a lesser degree, with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).Cited by: A form of priming in which the prime is semantically related to a subsequent test word.

Latent Learning. Methods: An automatic semantic priming paradigm specifically tailored for panic disorder, in which panic symptoms (e.g., “dizziness”) were primed by panic triggers (e.g., “elevator”) compared with neutral words (e.g., “bottle”), was performed during functional MRI scanning with patients with panic disorder (compared with healthy control subjects) before and 42 patients Cited by: 1.

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language semantic priming effects are often larger from L1 to L2 than from L2 to L1 (see, e.g., Jin, ). Table 1 lists four studies that looked at cross­language semantic priming in a masked priming paradigm. The first study, by de Groot and Nas, failed to find cross­language semantic priming effects from L1 to L2 while testing Dutch–English.

This book provides a synthesis of Wierzbicka's theory of meaning, which is based on conceptual primitives and semantic universals, using empirical findings from a wide range of languages. While addressed primarily to linguists, the book deals with highly topical and controversial issues of central importance to several disciplines, including anthropology, psychology, and philosophy.3/5(2).

This psychological phenomenon, called “semantic priming,” has been demonstrated pdf times during past decades; the mental pdf and brain mechanisms that mediate it are at least moderately well understood (1–3). Many other highly reliable priming phenomena like this have been found in human perception, memory, and language processing Cited by: 6.Semantic Priming.

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Hildur Elisabet Halliday Schilling, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Abstract. Lexical decision and pronunciation tasks were used to investigate semantic priming, the finding that a word is quicker to recognize when it is preceded by a related than an unrelated : Hildur Elisabet Halliday Schilling.