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The interactive activation model of context effects in letter perception is reviewed, elaborated, and tested. According to the model, context aids the perception of target letters as they are processed in the perceptual system. The implication that the duration and timing of the context in which...
Suggests that although D. J. Bem and A. Allen's proposal to use individual differences in consistency as a moderator variable has merit, their particular approach to the problem is not satisfactory. An acceptable way of representing this type of moderator effect is through interaction terms in a...
It is widely acknowledged that characteristics of the general information-processing system in which sentence formulation occurs may provide constraints on syntax in language use. The author proposes one possible source of such constraints. Evidence is reviewed indicating that the syntax of...
Points out that one of cognitive psychology's greatest handicaps has been the ambiguity of many of its concepts. One consequence has been less-than-adequate communication among experimental investigators. The new, common view that emphasizes information processing has offered a basis for the...
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