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Modeling Abnormal Priming in Alzheimer's Patients with a Free Association Network

Figure 2

Modeling semantic priming.

Comparison between priming as given by the closeness measure, Eq. (1), in association graphs and time in experiments involving naming or lexical decision tasks [35]. The curves depict the normalized priming measures as a function of the rank of different word pairs. Both synthetic and experimental priming behave in a similar way. The curve for the synthetic predicted priming almost collapse into the experimental ones when is rescaled using .

Figure 2