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Spelke - strings Phase 2 Secondary task was to report when...

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Spelke, Hirst, & Neisser (1976) Phase 1: Subjects practiced reading while performing the secondary task of writing dictated words for an hour a day for a semester. After 6 weeks, there was no decrement in reading speed and comprehension relative to reading without dictation. But subjects didn’t notice semantic categories among word
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Unformatted text preview: strings. Phase 2: Secondary task was to report when successive words came from the same semantic category. At first, reading speed and comprehension suffered, but with practice this decrement disappeared. Phase 3: Secondary task was to write word and its semantic category....
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