Short term implicit memory in lexical processing
A single recent presentation of an item can lead to substantial improvementin speed or accuracy of processing when that item is presented subsequently, a phenomenon referred to as repetition priming. This empirical finding has been considered within two general frameworks. The first can be termed a "perceptual" approach, in which the perception of the target occurs more easily due to a transient change in the state of the target's internal representation. The second can be termed a "memory"...[Show more]
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