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By Ulrich Mayr, Edward Awh, Steven W. Keele, Michael I. Posner

ISBN-10: 1591472105

ISBN-13: 9781591472100

The cognitive neuroscience revolution rests on nook stones: basic experimental paradigms to trap severe parts of the brain and new the way to watch what the mind is doing whereas operating in those paradigms. Michael I. Posner has been a motive force at the back of using componential and useful research to reinforce our wisdom of mind-brain relationships. His scholarship has been pivotal in starting up new theoretical and methodological trajectories within the box. additionally, he has actively promoted the growth of the cognitive neuroscience software to surround psychology.

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CARR consistency is also sensitive to repetition priming by looking for an interaction between consistency and repetition in this region's activation. Such an influence of repetition priming would show that the recent activation of a specific word's memorial representation matters to the phonologically relevant processing responsibilities of this particular region. Huang, Colombo, Carr, and Cao (2002, 2003) have applied such logic in an fMRI investigation that combined consistency of spelling-to-pronunciation mapping with repetition priming in a block design—four runs of trials, with each of these imaging runs consisting of periods of rest alternating with periods of reading words silently to oneself.

This pattern consists of a sequence of fixations, each bringing foveal vision to bear on a few letters of text—six to eight or so at a time can actually be resolved to the point of explicit identification in normally sized text at normally chosen reading distances, and perhaps twice that number might influence processing in some fashion, taking into account implicit effects from letters that have been partially processed but not explicitly recognized. Fixations last for 150 to 400 ms or thereabouts, with the average fixation lasting 200 to 250 ms.

Thus it can be determined whether a region identified as relevant to phonological receding by virtue of its sensitivity to 38 THOMAS H. CARR consistency is also sensitive to repetition priming by looking for an interaction between consistency and repetition in this region's activation. Such an influence of repetition priming would show that the recent activation of a specific word's memorial representation matters to the phonologically relevant processing responsibilities of this particular region.

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