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This site presents data and scripts used in Hsieh et al. (2024) ( Using a megastudy of Chinese word recognition (Tse et al., 2017), this study examined how the lexical decision of existing and novel Chinese compounds was influenced by two properties of individual characters: family size (the number of distinct words which embed a character) and family semantic consistency (the average semantic relatedness between a character and all words containing it). If you have any questions about the files available here, please do not hesitate to contact Cheng-Yu Hsieh: Hsieh, C.-Y., Marelli, M., & Rastle, K. (2024). Beyond quantity of experience: Exploring the role of semantic consistency in Chinese character knowledge. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 50(5), 819–832.
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