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Scientific research semantically enriched to identify adverse events and pharmacological substances can suggest links between the two, increasing the efficiency and comprehensiveness of these vital monitoring workflows.
In addition, a prime word that was semantically related to the first constituent of the target compound aided the production of the compound when the head of the compound was transparent but not when the head was opaque (Gagne & Spalding 2014d).
The objective of the study was to evaluate the monitoring, the control, and the performance of memory in young and intermediate-age adults, in accordance with the type of item in the task (pairs of words which are, and are not, semantically related), the point at which the JOLs were made (immediate and delayed JOLs) and age.
In order to study the semantic implication of the examples retrieved and classify them into either beneficial for the subject, adversative for the subject, or semantically neutral, I have followed Persson's test for adversativity (1990: 52), which consists in answering the following statement: "Is it worse to be X than not to be X?
Our aim is to test whether it is possible to obtain affective priming regardless of whether primes and targets are semantically related or unrelated.
from 83 ms onwards), there is clear evidence of both significant semantic priming in the absence of association and associative priming between semantically dissimilar word pairs.
So can they really be read in such a semantically unequivocal way?
They might then alight on another semantically distinct patch, for example predatory animals.
We devised two experimental conditions where emotional concepts (love and distress) were semantically induced, and one control condition where a nonemotional concept (solidarity) was semantically induced.
On the one hand, such terms are supposed to be semantically distinct from one another, which means that they are not synonymous.
Narrative vocabulary was more familiar but less frequent than science vocabulary, but science words were longer, more conceptually complex, and more semantically related than narrative words.
Burroughs, and the "permutation poems," realized using magnetic tape, in which Gysin semantically unlocks single phrases by reordering their constituent words in every possible variation.

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