The Word-superiority effect appears when letters are read more easily when they are embedded in words than when they are presented either in isolation or with letters that do not form words.

So a word superiority effect refers to the phenomenon that single letters are more quickly identified in the context of words than they are when presented alone or in the context of random letters.

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