Readership: Students and researchers
in Cognitive psychology, especially the fields of memory, linguistics, psycholinguistics also researchers in neuroscience.
Edited by Jeffrey S Bowers, Reader in Psychology, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol, UK, and Chad J Marsolek, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, USA
General Views on Priming
1: Roediger: Reconsidering implicit memory
2: Bowers & Kouider: Developing theories of priming with an eye on function
3: Marsolek: What is priming and why?
Priming Embedded in Word and Object Recognition
4: Rueckl: A Connectionist perspective on repetiton priming
5: Wagenmakers, Zeelenberg, Huber, Raaijmakers, Shiffrin & Schooler: REMI and ROUSE: Quantitative models for long-term and short-term priming in perceptual identification
6: Feldman: What the repetition priming methodology reveals about morphological aspects of word recognition
7: Marsolek & Burgund: Visual recognition and priming of incomplete objects: the influence of stimulus and task demands
8: Goldinger, Azuma, Kleider & Holmes: Font-specific memory: More than meets the eye?
9: Luce, McLennan & Charles-Luce: Abstractness and specificity in spoken word recognition: Indexical and allophonic variability in long-term repetition priming
10: Lachs, McMichael & Pisoni: Speech perception and implicity memory: evidence for detailed episodic encoding of phonetic events
Priming and Memory
11: Whittlesea: On the construction of behaviour and subjective experience: The production and evaluation of performance
12: Zeelenberg, Pecher & Raaijmakers: Associative repetition priming: A selective review and theoretical implications
13: Kinoshita: Familiarity in an implicit and explicit memory task: A common mechanism
14: Uttl, Graf & Cosentino: Implicit memory for new associations: types of conceptual representations
15: Craik: Commentary