New Commentary in Behavioral and Brain Sciences: Priming is swell, but it’s far from simple, by Jayden Ziegler, Jesse Snedeker, and Eva Wittenberg


Clearly, structural priming is a valuable tool for probing linguistic
representation. But we don’t think that the existing results provide strong
support for Branigan & Pickering’s (B&P’s) model, largely because the
priming effects are more confusing and diverse than their theory would
suggest. Fortunately, there are a number of other experimental tools
available, and linguists are increasingly making use of them.

Read the commentary here!