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Publications [#331137] of Philip R. Costanzo

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  1. Goldman, J; Costanzo, PR; Lehrke, SA (1968). Semantic satiation as a function of type of associate. Psychonomic Science, 12(6), 267-268. [doi]
    (last updated on 2019/05/19)

    Abstract:
    This study investigated the relative strength of verbal association in common verbal associates, semantic space verbal associates, and non-associates. Repetition-satiation inhibition procedures were used in the test period. It was found that common associates and semantic space associates show equivalent inhibition effects and both showed significantly less inhibition than non-associates. Interference in the form of noise during repetition did not significantly affect the course of inhibition. © 1968, Psychonomic Journals. All rights reserved.


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