Word discrimination : a study of the role of prior experience in the processing of briefly available visual information
Briefly displayed words are far more accurately recognized if the words displayed are familiar. Although well established, this phenomenon has not yet been adequately explained. word recognition performance combine-s two components the stimulus component, comprising information received from the stimulus and transmitted into the response; and the supplementary component comprising additiona1 information supplied by the subject. Techniques currently available do not enable these two ...[Show more]
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