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Table Page 1 Summary of Results for Experiments I through V
Proportion Correct Responses in Experiment IV
THE ROLE OF FREOJJENCY
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access lexical memory accuracy ambiguous stimuli Baron and Thurston BEAP bigram bimodality BOND BAND Broadbent Chapter contrast position correct responses difference between words Experiment IV exposure duration Feature Redundancy Theory features extracted fixation field fixation point free report frequency classes frequency effect Gibson high frequency words interpret letter position lexical access lexical approach lexical retrieval low frequency words meaningfulness effect middle fixation number of correct pair of nonwords perceived more accurately performance phonological code phonological encoding position data possible present experiment presented tachistoscopically previous experiments probe position pronounceable nonwords quartet randomly intermixed real words serial position SHUMP SLUNT SMARK Smith and Spoehr spelling patterns Spoehr and Smith Stanford University Stanford University students stimulus information stimulus set strings of letters studies of word suggests tachistoscopic task test alternatives tion trials types uncommon words variables visual visual angle vowels word frequency words and nonwords words and pronounceable words probed