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Six experiments employing a total of 246 undergraduate Ss studied the effects of semantic (Sem), orthographic (O), and unrelated (U) primes on word retrieval. In Exp I, correct word retrieval probabilities (from definitions) were poorest after Sem, best after O, and intermediate after U primes. A...
In each of 4 experiments, 4 undergraduates were asked to report which of 2 test words had been presented more recently in a list of 4 or 10 words. The study position of the probe that had been presented earlier in the list had little or no effect on response latency, whereas the study position of...