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Pressbox (Press Release) - Both primes and targets matched existing word-patterns encoded within the lexical network and could either represent a directly related, indirectly EliglustatMedChemExpress Eliglustat connected or an unrelated pair (based on the correlation in between their corresponding representations inside the semantic network). Connections between concepts are indicated by the lines connecting the circles, with basic-strength relations drawn in black and robust relations drawn in red. The connections kind two fundamental neighborhoods, animals and liquid foods, with some connections crossing in between neighborhoods. Word pairs like Bull-Cow or Bouillon-Soup are examples of the first-type pairs. Milk-Cow and Chicken-Soup are examples in the second-type pairs (see text for information). doi.journal.ponegplosoneModeling Semantic Priming in SchizophreniaIn the lexical network, all word patterns were unrelated to every other, representing the lack of phonologicallexical relations between the experimental words (such that only semantic relations could be consequential, as customary in semantic priming experiments). The th pattern was, once again, the initial state with the network, and was not linked via top-down or bottom up lexical-semantic connections to the baseline pattern inside the semantic network (therefore forming a `neutral' pattern).Experimental ProcedureSimulations in the model had been written in MATLAB a and had been run on an Intel Core Quad CPU Q with. Ghz and GB of RAM. In all simulations, one particular numeric step represented. ms. Details about the parameters of the semantic and lexical networks are presented in Table. Simulation short stimulus onset asynchrony. Within this simulation we examined no matter if the acceleration of latching as hypothesized inside the schizophrenic semantic network can account for the schizophrenic priming final results at quick SOA.Ections, with no further connections among the 4 neighborhoods). Certain words are attached towards the notion numbers for less difficult conceptualization. Connections between ideas are indicated by the lines connecting the circles, with basic-strength relations drawn in black and robust relations drawn in red. The connections type two standard neighborhoods, animals and liquid foods, with some connections crossing amongst neighborhoods. Word pairs like Bull-Cow or Bouillon-Soup are examples in the first-type pairs. Milk-Cow and Chicken-Soup are examples with the second-type pairs (see text for facts). doi.journal.ponegplosoneModeling Semantic Priming in SchizophreniaIn the lexical network, all word patterns had been unrelated to each and every other, representing the lack of phonologicallexical relations in between the experimental words (such that only semantic relations would be consequential, as customary in semantic priming experiments). The th pattern was, once more, the initial state of the network, and was not linked via top-down or bottom up lexical-semantic connections towards the baseline pattern in the semantic network (hence forming a `neutral' pattern).Experimental ProcedureSimulations from the model had been written in MATLAB a and have been run on an Intel Core Quad CPU Q with. Ghz and GB of RAM. In all simulations, a single numeric step represented. ms. Specifics concerning the parameters with the semantic and lexical networks are presented in Table. Simulation quick stimulus onset asynchrony. In this simulation we examined no matter whether the acceleration of latching as hypothesized in the schizophrenic semantic network can account for the schizophrenic priming results at short SOA. Making use of directly connected pairs, the experimental results varied across different studies, showing in some hyper-priming, in other people hypo-priming and in nevertheless other people typical priming.

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