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    1. Lee, HW; Rayner, K; Pollatsek, A
      The relative contribution of consonants and vowels to word identification during reading

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    2. Binder, KS; Duffy, SA; Rayner, K
      The effects of thematic fit and discourse context on syntactic ambiguity resolution

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    3. Pexman, PM; Lupker, SJ; Jared, D
      Homophone effects in lexical decision

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    4. Twilley, LC; Dixon, P
      Meaning resolution processes for words: A parallel independent model

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    5. Wessel, I; van der Kooy, P; Merckelbach, H
      Differential recall of central and peripheral details of emotional slides is not a stable phenomenon

      MEMORY
    6. Bertram, R; Hyona, J; Laine, M
      The role of context in morphological processing: Evidence from Finnish

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    7. Niswander, E; Pollatsek, A; Rayner, K
      The processing of derived and inflected suffixed words during reading

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    8. Jordan, TR; Patching, GR; Milner, AD
      Lateralized word recognition: Assessing the role of hemispheric specialization, modes of lexical access, and perceptual asymmetry

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    9. Vu, H; Kellas, G; Metcalf, K; Herman, R
      The influence of global discourse on lexical ambiguity resolution

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    10. Lee, HW; Rayner, K; Pollatsek, A
      The time course of phonological, semantic, and orthographic coding in reading: Evidence from the fast-priming technique

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    11. Kellas, G; Vu, H
      Strength of context does modulate the subordinate bias effect: A reply to Binder and Rayner

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    12. Binder, KS; Rayner, K
      Does contextual strength modulate the subordinate bias effect? A reply to Kellas and Vu

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    13. Xu, YD; Pollatsek, A; Potter, MC
      The activation of phonology during silent Chinese word reading

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    14. Folk, JR
      Phonological codes are used to access the lexicon during silent reading

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    15. Martin, C; Vu, H; Kellas, G; Metcalf, K
      Strength of discourse context as a determinant of the subordinate bias effect

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Rayner, K; Binder, KS; Duffy, SA
      Contextual strength and the subordinate bias effect: Comment on Martin, Vu, Kellas, and Metcalf

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    17. Gerhand, S; Barry, C
      Age of acquisition, word frequency, and the role of phonology in the lexical decision task

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    18. CARPENTER PA; SHAH P
      A MODEL OF THE PERCEPTUAL AND CONCEPTUAL PROCESSES IN GRAPH COMPREHENSION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Applied
    19. GRIFFIN ZM; BOCK K
      CONSTRAINT, WORD-FREQUENCY, AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEXICAL PROCESSING LEVELS IN SPOKEN WORD PRODUCTION

      Journal of memory and language
    20. TAFT M; VANGRAAN F
      LACK OF PHONOLOGICAL MEDIATION IN A SEMANTIC CATEGORIZATION TASK

      Journal of memory and language
    21. GERHAND S; BARRY C
      WORD-FREQUENCY EFFECTS IN ORAL READING ARE NOT MERELY AGE-OF-ACQUISITION EFFECTS IN DISGUISE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    22. POTTER MC; STIEFBOLD D; MORYADAS A
      WORD SELECTION IN READING SENTENCES - PRECEDING VERSUS FOLLOWING CONTEXTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    23. ALVAREZ CJ; DEVEGA M; CARREIRAS M
      THE SYLLABLE AS AN ACTIVATIONAL UNIT IN R EADING TRISYLLABIC WORDS

      Psicothema
    24. Davis, C; Castles, A; Iakovidis, E
      Masked homophone and pseudohomophone priming in children and adults

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    25. VU H; KELLAS G; PAUL ST
      SOURCES OF SENTENCE CONSTRAINT ON LEXICAL AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION

      Memory & cognition
    26. HUNTSMAN LA
      TESTING THE DIRECT-ACCESS MODEL - GOD DOES NOT PRIME DOG

      Perception & psychophysics
    27. FAUST M; CHIARELLO C
      SENTENCE CONTEXT AND LEXICAL AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION BY THE 2 HEMISPHERES

      Neuropsychologia
    28. SWAAB TY; BROWN C; HAGOORT P
      UNDERSTANDING AMBIGUOUS WORDS IN SENTENCE CONTEXTS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR DELAYED CONTEXTUAL SELECTION IN BROCAS-APHASIA

      Neuropsychologia
    29. GIORA R
      UNDERSTANDING FIGURATIVE AND LITERAL LANGUAGE - THE GRADED SALIENCE HYPOTHESIS (PSYCHOLINGUISTICS)

      Cognitive linguistics
    30. GEE NR
      IMPLICIT MEMORY AND WORD AMBIGUITY

      Journal of memory and language
    31. NIEMANN T; LAPPE M; HOFFMANN KP
      VISUAL INSPECTION OF 3-DIMENSIONAL OBJECTS BY HUMAN OBSERVERS

      Perception
    32. INHOFF AW; BRIIHL D; SCHWARTZ J
      COMPOUND WORD EFFECTS DIFFER IN READING, ONLINE NAMING, AND DELAYED NAMING TASKS

      Memory & cognition
    33. BEAUVILLAIN C; DORE K; BAUDOUIN V
      THE CENTER OF GRAVITY OF WORDS - EVIDENCE FOR AN EFFECT OF THE WORD-INITIAL LETTERS

      Vision research
    34. FINE EM; PELI E
      SCROLLED AND RAPID SERIAL VISUAL PRESENTATION TEXTS ARE READ AT SIMILAR RATES BY THE VISUALLY-IMPAIRED

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    35. BENTIN S; KUTAS M; HILLYARD SA
      SEMANTIC PROCESSING AND MEMORY FOR ATTENDED AND UNATTENDED WORDS IN DICHOTIC-LISTENING - BEHAVIORAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    36. BATT V; UNDERWOOD G; BRYDEN MP
      INSPECTING ASYMMETRIC PRESENTATIONS OF WORDS DIFFERING IN INFORMATIONAL AND MORPHEMIC STRUCTURE

      Brain and language
    37. CARPENTER PA; MIYAKE A; JUST MA
      LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION - SENTENCE AND DISCOURSE PROCESSING

      Annual review of psychology
    38. MIYAKE A; JUST MA; CARPENTER PA
      WORKING-MEMORY CONSTRAINTS ON THE RESOLUTION OF LEXICAL AMBIGUITY - MAINTAINING MULTIPLE INTERPRETATIONS IN NEUTRAL CONTEXTS

      Journal of memory and language
    39. BAVELIER D; PRASADA S; SEGUI J
      REPETITION BLINDNESS BETWEEN WORDS - NATURE OF THE ORTHOGRAPHIC AND PHONOLOGICAL REPRESENTATIONS INVOLVED

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    40. MORRIS RK
      LEXICAL AND MESSAGE-LEVEL SENTENCE CONTEXT EFFECTS ON FIXATION TIMES IN READING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    41. PAAP KR; JOHANSEN LS
      THE CASE OF THE VANISHING FREQUENCY EFFECT - A RETEST OF THE VERIFICATION MODEL

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    42. PALMER J
      SET-SIZE EFFECTS IN VISUAL-SEARCH - THE EFFECT OF ATTENTION IS INDEPENDENT OF THE STIMULUS FOR SIMPLE TASKS

      Vision research
    43. LETE B; ZAGAR D; PYNTE J
      A NEW PARADIGM FOR STUDYING WORD RECOGNITION DURING READING-EXPLORATIONS WITH WORD-FREQUENCY EFFECTS

      International journal of psychology
    44. HORNE PV
      THE NATURE OF IMAGERY

      Consciousness and cognition


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