Enhanced semantic priming in synesthetes independent of sensory binding
Synesthesia is the phenomenon in which individuals experience unusual involuntary cross-modal pairings. The evidence to date suggests that synesthetes have access to advantageous item-specific memory cues linked to their synesthetic experience, but whether this emphasis on item-specific memory cues comes at the expense of semantic-level processing has not been unambiguously demonstrated. Here we found that synesthetes produce substantially greater semantic priming magnitudes, unrelated to their...[Show more]
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|Source:||Consciousness and Cognition|
|Goodhew et al Enhanced Semantic priming 2015.pdf||266.89 kB||Adobe PDF|
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