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Event-related Brain Potentials Elicited by Morphological, Homographic, Orthographic, and Semantic Priming
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
& The morphological structure of words, in terms of their stem morphemes and affixes, could influence word access and representation in lexical memory. Three experiments were carried out to explore the attributes of event-related potentials evoked by different types of priming. Morphological priming, with pairs of words related by their stem (hijo/hija [son/ daughter]), produced a sustained attenuation (and even a tendency to positivity) of the N400 shown by unrelated words across the threedoi:10.1162/089892904323057326 pmid:15165350 fatcat:dkikw43fsredzk6dyqjhn2p674