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  • Stephan Boehm
  • Ciaran Smith
  • Muench Niklas
    Bangor University
  • Noble Kirsty
    Bangor University
  • Catherine Atherton
Repetition priming increases the accuracy and speed of responses to repeatedly processed stimuli. Repetition priming can result from two complementary sources: rapid response learning and facilitation within perceptual and conceptual networks. In conceptual classification tasks, rapid response learning dominates priming of object recognition, but it does not dominate priming of person recognition. This suggests that the relative engagement of network facilitation and rapid response learning depends on the stimulus domain. Here, we addressed the importance of the stimulus domain for rapid response learning by investigating priming in another domain, brands. In three experiments, participants performed conceptual decisions for brand logos. Strong priming was present, but it was not dominated by rapid response learning. These findings add further support to the importance of the stimulus domain for the relative importance of network facilitation and rapid response learning, and they indicate that brand priming is more similar to person recognition priming than object recognition priming, perhaps because priming of both brands and persons requires


Iaith wreiddiolSaesneg
Tudalennau (o-i)1807-1816
CyfnodolynQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Rhif y cyfnodolyn8
Dyddiad ar-lein cynnar1 Ion 2018
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StatwsCyhoeddwyd - Awst 2018

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