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Evaluative priming in the pronunciation task a preregistered replication and extension

(2016) EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. 63(1). p.70-78
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We replicated and extended a study by Spruyt and Hermans (2008) in which picture primes engendered an evaluative-priming effect on the pronunciation of target words. As preliminary steps, we assessed data reproducibility of the original study, conducted Pilot Study I to identify highly semantically related prime-target pairs, reanalyzed the original data excluding such pairs, conducted Pilot Study II to demonstrate that we can replicate traditional associative priming effects in the pronunciation task, and conducted Pilot Study III to generate relatively unrelated sets of prime pictures and target words. The main study comprised three between-participants conditions: (1) a close replication of the original study, (2) the same condition excluding highly related prime-target pairs, and (3) a condition based on the relatively unrelated sets of prime pictures and target words developed in Pilot Study III. There was little evidence for an evaluative priming effect independent of semantic relatedness.
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VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION, NAMING RESPONSES, AUTOMATIC ATTITUDE ACTIVATION, READING ALOUD, REPLICABILITY, PROPORTION, DEPTH, evaluative priming, affective priming, pronunciation task, replicability

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Klauer, KC, M Becker, and Adriaan Spruyt. 2016. “Evaluative Priming in the Pronunciation Task a Preregistered Replication and Extension.” Experimental Psychology 63 (1): 70–78.
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Klauer, K., Becker, M., & Spruyt, A. (2016). Evaluative priming in the pronunciation task a preregistered replication and extension. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 63(1), 70–78.
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Klauer K, Becker M, Spruyt A. Evaluative priming in the pronunciation task a preregistered replication and extension. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. GOTTINGEN: HOGREFE & HUBER PUBLISHERS; 2016;63(1):70–8.
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Klauer, KC, M Becker, and Adriaan Spruyt. “Evaluative Priming in the Pronunciation Task a Preregistered Replication and Extension.” EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 63.1 (2016): 70–78. Print.
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  abstract     = {We replicated and extended a study by Spruyt and Hermans (2008) in which picture primes engendered an evaluative-priming effect on the pronunciation of target words. As preliminary steps, we assessed data reproducibility of the original study, conducted Pilot Study I to identify highly semantically related prime-target pairs, reanalyzed the original data excluding such pairs, conducted Pilot Study II to demonstrate that we can replicate traditional associative priming effects in the pronunciation task, and conducted Pilot Study III to generate relatively unrelated sets of prime pictures and target words. The main study comprised three between-participants conditions: (1) a close replication of the original study, (2) the same condition excluding highly related prime-target pairs, and (3) a condition based on the relatively unrelated sets of prime pictures and target words developed in Pilot Study III. There was little evidence for an evaluative priming effect independent of semantic relatedness.},
  author       = {Klauer, KC and Becker, M and Spruyt, Adriaan},
  issn         = {1618-3169},
  journal      = {EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {70--78},
  publisher    = {HOGREFE \& HUBER PUBLISHERS},
  title        = {Evaluative priming in the pronunciation task a preregistered replication and extension},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1027/1618-3169/a000286},
  volume       = {63},
  year         = {2016},
}

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