Picture-Word Interaction: Implications for Speeded On-Line Processing and Delayed Memory Retrieval
Scientific interim rept. 1 Jan-31 Mar 1978
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY
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Concrete and abstract words were processed similarly, in a lexical decision task, suggesting that concrete and abstract words are not represented in a different form. In sequential presentation of pictures and words at 8 items per second, a target specified by category was equally rapid for pictures and words. In a masking study, scenes presented for 110 msec showed only a small level of interference from a following picture, when the masking picture was always the same.