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Whole-word frequency effects in English masked priming: Very little CORN in CORNER and CORNETDownload
The question whether complex words, including pseudocomplex words (e.g., corn+er), are obligatorily segmented into existing morphemes (e.g., ) has been the topic of a large body of past morphological processing research. A recent line of studies finds consistent effects of the whole-word...
Graham Tomkins Feeny, Juhani Järvikivi, Benjamin V. Tucker
The present experiment investigated the role of vocal affect in spoken word recognition. Participants performed an auditory lexical decision task with stimuli articulated by a professional male actor with different acoustic realizations of vocal affect (Angry, Neutral, and Joyful). In addition,...
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