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|Title:||Inhibitory neighbor priming effects in eye movements during reading.|
|Citation:||PSYCHON BULL REV, 2009, 16 (1), pp. 43-50|
|Abstract:||We report an eye movement experiment investigating whether prior processing of a word's orthographic neighbor in a sentence influences subsequent word processing during reading. There was greater difficulty in early word processing when a target word's neighbor rather than a control word appeared earlier in a sentence; this effect was uninfluenced by the relative lexical frequency of the word and its neighbor. We discuss this inhibitory neighbor priming effect in terms of competitive network models of word recognition and the process of lexical identification in the E-Z Reader model of oculomotor control (e.g., Reichle, Pollatsek, Fisher, & Rayner, 1998).|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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