Orthographic and associative neighborhood density effects: What is shared, what is different?
Words with many orthographic neighbors elicit a larger N400 than words with few orthographic neighbors. This has been interpreted as stronger overall semantic activation due to orthographic neighbors activating their semantic representations. To investigate this claim, we manipulated the number of a...
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Blackwell Publishing Inc.
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