DOI:​10.1080/09541449208406189
Corpus ID: 143170755
Bilingual lexical processing: Exploring the cognate/non-cognate distinction
Rosa M. Sáchez-Casas, J. E. García-Albea, C. Davis
Published 1992
Psychology

European Journal of Cognitive Psychology
Abstract Three experiments examine whether the differential sensitivity to priming found for cognate and non-cognate translations in the masked primed lexical decision task is also apparent in other… Expand
View Via Publisher
Share This Paper




214 Citations
Highly Influential Citations
11
Background Citations
46
Methods Citations
7
Results Citations
15
214 Citations
MASKED PRIMING BY TRANSLATION EQUIVALENTS IN PROFICIENT BILINGUALS
J. Grainger, C. Mestre
Psychology
1998
The responses of English-French bilinguals performing semantic categorisation and lexical decision tasks were facilitated by prime stimuli that were non-cognate translation equivalents of the targets… Expand
176 Citations
Methodological considerations in performing semantic- and translation-priming experiments across languages
J. Altarriba, D. Basnight-Brown
Computer Science, Medicine
Behavior research methods
2007
Research in the field of bilingualism has had as its principal aim to describe the structure and function of memory for bilingual speakers. A primary technique that has been used to examine bilingual… Expand
125 Citations
PDF
Masked Noncognate Priming across Farsi and English
Z. Fotovatnia, F. Taleb
Psychology
2012
In an attempt to test the prediction made by dual lexical model (Gollan, Forster, & Frost, 1997)regarding mental representation of non-cognate translation pairs (semantically similar translations)… Expand
Translation priming with different scripts: masked priming with cognates and noncognates in Hebrew-English bilinguals.
T. Gollan, K. Forster, R. Frost
Medicine
Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
1997
TLDR
The authors interpret the results in a dual-lexicon model by suggesting that both orthographic and phonological overlap are needed to establish shared lexical entries for cognates (and hence also symmetric cognate priming), and script differences facilitate rapid access by providing a cue to the lexical processor that directs access to the proper lexicon, thus producing stable noncognatePriming. Expand
Bilingual lexical access: A dynamic operation modulated by word-status and individual differences in inhibitory control
A. Sudarshan, S. Baum
PsychologyBilingualism: Language and Cognition
2018
A question central to bilingualism research is whether representations from the contextually inappropriate language compete for lexical selection during language production. It has been argued… Expand
PDF
Translation priming with different scripts: Masked priming with cognates and noncognates in Hebrew–English bilinguals.
T. Gollan, K. Forster, R. Frost
Psychology
1997
Hebrew-English cognates (translations similar in meaning and form) and noncognates (translations similar in meaning only) were examined in masked translation priming. Enhanced priming for cognates… Expand
141 Citations
Cross-language priming asymmetries in lexical decision and episodic recognition
Nan Jiang, K. Forster
Psychology
2001
Abstract Masked translation priming between languages with different scripts exhibits a marked asymmetry in lexical decision, with much stronger priming from L1 to L2 than from L2 to L1. This finding… Expand
191 Citations
PDF
MASKED SEMANTIC/ASSOCIATIVE AND TRANSLATION PRIMING ACROSS LANGUAGES
A. Ansarin, Shalale Javadi
2018
The present study was an attempt to investigate bilingual mental lexicon. The main question addressed in the study was whether semantic/associative and translation priming effects could be achieved… Expand
1 Citation
Masked translation priming with semantic categorization: Testing the Sense Model ∗
X. Wang, K. Forster
Psychology
2010
Four experiments are reported which were designed to test hypotheses concerning the asymmetry of masked translation priming. Experiment 1 confirmed the presence of L2–L1 priming with a semantic… Expand
57 Citations
The role of deviant-letter position in cognate word processing
R. Coelho
Psychology
2015
The Bilingual Interactive Activation Plus Model (BIA+; Dijkstra & van Heuven, 2002) is perhaps the most relevant computational model on bilingual word recognition. Although interesting it fails to… Expand
...
1
2
3
4
...
References
SHOWING 1-10 OF 22 REFERENCES
Lexical representation of cognates and noncognates in compound bilinguals
A. D. Groot, G. Nas
Psychology
1991
Abstract In four experiments the representation of words in a Dutch-English bilingual lexicon was examined. Within- and between-language repetition-priming and associative (semantic)-priming effects… Expand
462 Citations
Formal relationships among words and the organization of the mental lexicon
S. E. Napps, C. Fowler
Psychology, Medicine
Journal of psycholinguistic research
1987
TLDR
The conclusion is drawn that convincing evidence for an orthographic or phonological organization of the lexicon is not obtainable using priming procedures. Expand
78 Citations
The density constraint on form-priming in the naming task: interference effects from a masked prime
K. Forster, C. Davis
Psychology
1991
Form-priming effects occur when the prime has similar but nonidentical orthographic form to the target (e.g., mature-NATURE). In visual word recognition tasks, strong facilitatory effects of form… Expand
265 Citations
Repetition blindness: Type recognition without token individuation
N. Kanwisher
Medicine, Psychology
Cognition

1987
TLDR
Findings support a distinction between the perceptual processes of recognizing a word as being of a certain type, and individuating aword as a particular token of that type: repetition blindness occurs when words are recognized as types but not individuated as tokens. Expand
638 Citations
PDF
Independence of lexical access in bilingual word recognition
D. Scarborough, L. Gerard, Charles Cortese
Psychology
1984
Spanish—English bilinguals were tested in two lexical decision, word recognition experiments. In one experiment, practice on words from one language speeded later recognition of those same words, but… Expand
214 Citations
On the recruitment of semantic information for word fragment completion: evidence from bilingual priming
M. C. Smith
Psychology
1991
This research provides evidence that the retrieval of semantic information at test is dependent on initial study condition. Sentence processing at study leads to semantic involvement at test, and… Expand
59 Citations
Are lexical decisions a good measure of lexical access? The role of word frequency in the neglected decision stage.
D. Balota, J. Chumbley
Psychology, Medicine
Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
1984
TLDR
It is argued that decision processes having little to do with lexical access accentuate the word-frequency effect in the lexical decision task and that results from this task have questionable value in testing the assumption that word frequency orders the lexicon, thereby affecting time to access the mental lexicon. Expand
1,103 Citations
PDF
REPETITION PRIMING AND FREQUENCY ATTENUATION IN LEXICAL ACCESS
K. Forster, C. Davis
Psychology
1984
Repetition priming effects in lexical decision tasks are stronger for low-frequency words than for high-frequency words. This frequency attenuation effect creates problems for frequency-ordered… Expand
1,303 Citations
The Use of Abstract Graphemic Information in Lexical Access
L. Evett, G. Humphreys
Psychology
1981
Three experiments investigated the nature of the information required for the lexical access of visual words. A four-field masking procedure was used, in which the presentation of consecutive prime… Expand
318 Citations
DETERMINANTS OF WORD TRANSLATION
De Groot A.M.B.
Psychology
1992
Three experiments looked for the determinants of performance in 3 versions of the word-translation task. Experiment 1 contained the normal-translation version and the cued-translation version. In… Expand
279 Citations
...
1
2
3
...
SORT BY
Related Papers
Masked nonword repetition effects in yes/no and go/no-go lexical decision: A test of the evidence accumulation and deadline accounts
Manuel Perea, Manuel Perea, P. Gomez, I. Fraga
Psychology, Medicine
Psychonomic bulletin & review
2010
The pattern of masked repetition priming effects for word and nonword targets differs across tasks: Maskedpriming effect...
29 Citations
Masked priming of words and nonwords in a naming task: Further evidence for a nonlexical basis for priming
M. Masson, M. Isaak
Psychology, MedicineMemory & cognition
1999
Masked priming effects in word identification tasks such as lexical decision and word naming have been attributed to a l...
61 Citations
Show More
2/10
Abstract
214 Citations
22 References
Related Papers
Stay Connected With Semantic Scholar
What Is Semantic Scholar?
Semantic Scholar is a free, AI-powered research tool for scientific literature, based at the Allen Institute for AI.
Learn More
About
About Us
Publishers
Beta Program
Contact
Research
Team
Datasets
Open Corpus
Supp.ai
Resources
Librarians
Tutorials
FAQ
API
Proudly built by AI2
Terms of ServicePrivacy Policy
By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, and Dataset License
ACCEPT & CONTINUE