Long-term form priming of Chinese characters
This file included data of two experiments. The aim of these experiments was to test whether long-term priming between orthographically similar Chinese characters was modulated by phonological overlap between them. Each experiment manipulated two factors: phonological overlap and stimulus identity. The phonological overlap factor has two levels: "same" indicates that the prime and target had the same pronunciation, "different" indicatesthat they had different pronunciations. The factor of stimulus identity had two levels too: "target" means that the orthographically similar characters had been presented in the prior priming phase, "control" means that no orthographically similar characters had been presented in that phase. The prediction is that when the prime and target had the same pronunication, the target will be processed faster and more accurately than the prime, but when they had different pronunciations, the pattern will be the opposite.