Features of the dominant response - conceptual compexity:

Name in Tables
Description of variable:
esames Items with shared name The "shared name" variable reflects the fact that some dominant names were used for more than one picture. The most extreme example is the single word "cut," which was used as the dominant name for five different action pictures (originally selected to elicit "peel", "slice", "dissect", "clip", and "cutting a paper with scissors"). Items that share the same dominant name with at least one other picture were specified by a dichotomous variable (1 = shared name; 0 = no shared name).