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ERIC Number: EJ734728
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Sep
Pages: 1
Abstractor: Author
ISSN: ISSN-0278-7393
Correction to Rothermund et al. (2005)
Rothermund, Klaus; Wentura, Dirk; De Houwer, Jan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, v31 n5 p1148 Sep 2005
This article reports an error in the article "Retrieval of Incidental Stimulus-Response Associations as a Source of Negative Priming" by Rothermund et al. ("Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition," Vol 31(3) May 2005, 482-495). Table 1 (p. 484) was incorrectly typeset. The correct layout is provided. (The following abstract of this article originally appeared in record EJ689495.) Priming effects of ignored distractor words were investigated in a task-switching situation that allowed an orthogonal variation of priming and response compatibility between prime and probe. Across 3 experiments, the authors obtained a disordinal interaction of priming and response relation. Responding was delayed in the ignored repetition condition if different responses were required for identical stimuli in the prime and probe (negative priming). Repeating the prime distractor in the probe facilitated responding if the same response was required in the prime and in the probe (positive priming). The same pattern of results was replicated in a letter-matching task without task switching (Experiment 4). Findings lend support to a new model that explains negative priming in terms of an automatic retrieval of incidental stimulus-response associations.
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