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According to the International Dairy Food Association US per capita consumption of whole milk sales fell to a record low in 2013, with per capita consumption of lowfat and nonfat milk falling too.Compare that to the rise of sales of milk alternatives: In 2013 they increased by 30 percent compared to 2011.Just before the target word, participants will very quickly see a completely different word (the "prime"), which may or may not be linked to the target.So, you might very quickly see COW just before you have to decide if "milk" is a real word.You’ll probably be faster to say "milk" is a word when COW comes first, than if you see an unlinked word like SPATULA before "milk." Depending on the particular experiment, you might see the prime for such a short time that you don't consciously notice it, but the effect still comes through whether you had the time to notice COW or not.Now that we have our experiment designed, we can test all kinds of things for linkages.
(image credit: cropped from jacqueline) Recently questions about milk’s effect on bone density, coupled with fears about the real benefits of milk, have led people to stop drinking milk or switch to “alternatives” like coconut or almond milk.
Many researchers have studied the topic and it turns out that lots of the connections we develop between words are based on sounds. But children do: Two psycholinguists tested children from 5 to 11 years old in a picture-naming experiment and compared their responses to those of adults.
Adults reacted to pairs of rhyme-related words like "cat, mat" the same as they did to unrelated words like "cat, spatula," but children reacted to "cat, mat" the way they reacted to "cat, cow"—as a linked pair.
His rationale was that cows’ milk is meant for calves, not humans, so it’s only “logical” that cow’s milk is not good for adult humans. Here’s the logical leap: Just because cow’s milk was designed for calves doesn’t mean that it’s bad for us, or that we shouldn’t drink it.
Note that he didn’t talk about scientific studies or milk’s nutritional value, instead, he based his decision on a plausible argument. Cow’s milk can be good for us and good for calves too.
These connections form every time you use the word, from what’s going on in the context at that moment.