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  • Previous studies have suggested that LEET words can automatically activate lexical information because of their physical similarity to real words (e.g., Perea, Duñabeitia, & Carreiras, 2008). Lien, Allen, and Martin (in press) recently used electrophysiological measures (event-related brain potentials; ERPs) to show similar lexical/semantic activation (based on the N400 effect, described below) for LEET words and regular, consistent uppercase words. The present study examined whether the lexical activation in LEET words, relative to consistent-uppercase words, is the result of analytical processing (using individual letters as the basic encoding unit) or holistic processing (using whole-word shape as the basic encoding unit).
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