Making sense of the Sense Model: translation priming with Japanese-English bilinguals

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Allen, David; Conklin, Kathy; van Heuven, Walter J.B.;
  • Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1075/ml.10.1.02all
  • Subject: translation priming, Sense Model, Japanese-English, cognates, semantic representation, lexical processing

Many studies have reported that first language (L1) translation primes speed responses to second language (L2) targets, whereas L2 translation primes generally do not speed up responses to L1 targets in lexical decision. According to the Sense Model (Finkbeiner, Forster... View more
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