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    1. Leikin, M; Breznitz, Z
      Effects of accelerated reading rate on syntactic processing of Hebrew sentences: Electrophysiological evidence

      GENETIC SOCIAL AND GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY MONOGRAPHS
    2. Miller, P
      Communication mode and the information processing capacity of Hebrew readers with prelingually acquired deafness

      JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
    3. Ravid, D
      Learning to spell in Hebrew: Phonological and morphological factors

      READING AND WRITING
    4. Neumann, L; Sukenik, S; Bolotin, A; Abu-Shakra, M; Amir, A; Flusser, D; Buskila, D
      The effect of balneotherapy at the Dead Sea on the quality of life of patients with fibromyalgia syndrome

      CLINICAL RHEUMATOLOGY
    5. Berent, I; Shimron, J; Vaknin, V
      Phonological constraints on reading: Evidence from the obligatory contour principle

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    6. Hashkes, P; Uziel, Y; Press, J; Brik, R; Navon-Elkan, P; Mukamel, M; Libman, E; Tauber, T; Ruperto, N; Barash, J
      The Hebrew version of the Childhood Health Assessment Questionnaire (CHAQ)and the Child Health Questionnaire (CHQ)

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RHEUMATOLOGY
    7. Leonard, LB
      Fillers across languages and language abilities

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    8. Feldman, LB; Larabee, J
      Morphological facilitation following prefixed but not suffixed primes: Lexical architecture or modality-specific processes?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    9. Saint-Aubin, J; Klein, RM
      Influence of parafoveal processing on the missing-letter effect

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    10. Friedmann, N
      Agrammatism and the psychological reality of the syntactic tree

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    11. Aoun, J; Choueiri, L; Hornstein, N
      Resumption, movement, and derivational economy

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    12. Breznitz, Z; Leikin, M
      Effects of accelerated reading rate on processing words' syntactic functions by normal and dyslexic readers: Event related potentials evidence

      JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY
    13. Owen, AJ; Dromi, E; Leonard, LB
      The phonology-morphology interface in the speech of Hebrew-speaking children with specific language impairment

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    14. Beenstock, M; Chiswick, BR; Repetto, GL
      The effect of linguistic distance and country of origin on immigrant language skills: Application to Israel

      INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
    15. Berent, I; Everett, DL; Shimron, J
      Do phonological representations specify variables? Evidence from the Obligatory Contour Principle

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Boudelaa, S; Wilson, WD
      Morphological units in the Arabic mental lexicon

      COGNITION
    17. Bentin, S; Frost, R
      Linguistic theory and psychological reality: a reply to Boudelaa & Marslen-Wilson

      COGNITION
    18. Leonard, LB; Dromi, E; Adam, G; Zadunaisky-Ehrlich, S
      Tense and finiteness in the speech of children with specific language impairment acquiring Hebrew

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    19. Mandelblit, N
      The grammatical marking of conceptual integration: From syntax to morphology

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    20. Geva, E; Siegel, LS
      Orthographic and cognitive factors in the concurrent development of basic reading skills in two languages

      READING AND WRITING
    21. Raveh, M; Rueckl, JG
      Equivalent effects of inflected and derived primes: Long-term morphological priming in fragment completion and lexical decision

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    22. Francis, LJ; Katz, YJ; Jones, SH
      The reliability and validity of the Hebrew version of the Computer Attitude Scale

      COMPUTERS & EDUCATION
    23. Engel-Eldar, R; Rosenhouse, J
      Hearing-impaired students' reading characteristics compared to dyslexic students (tested in Hebrew)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION RESEARCH
    24. Einbinder, SL
      Meir ben Elijah of Norwich: Persecution and poetry among medieval English Jews (13th-century English martyrological literature)

      JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY
    25. Feldman, LB
      Are morphological effects distinguishable from the effects of shared meaning and shared form?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    26. Frost, R; Deutsch, A; Forster, KI
      Decomposing morphologically complex words in a nonlinear morphology

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    27. Amin, A
      Recognition of hand-printed Latin characters based on generalized Hough transform and decision tree learning techniques

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PATTERN RECOGNITION AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    28. Sarmer, S; Ergin, S; Yavuzer, G
      The validity and reliability of the Turkish version of the Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire

      RHEUMATOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
    29. de Jong, NH; Schreuder, R; Baayen, RH
      The morphological family size effect and morphology

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    30. Plaut, DC; Gonnerman, LM
      Are non-semantic morphological effects incompatible with a distributed connectionist approach to lexical processing?

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    31. Rastle, K; Davis, MH; Marslen-Wilson, WD; Tyler, LK
      Morphological and semantic effects in visual word recognition: A time-course study

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    32. Forster, KI; Azuma, T
      Masked priming for prefixed words with bound stems: Does submit prime permit?

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    33. Frost, R; Deutsch, A; Gilboa, O; Tannenbaum, M; Marslen-Wilson, W
      Morphological priming: Dissociation of phonological, semantic, and morphological factors

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    34. Buskila, D; Neumann, L; Alhoashle, A; Abu-Shakra, M
      Fibromyalgia syndrome in men

      SEMINARS IN ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM
    35. Neumann, L; Berzak, A; Buskila, D
      Measuring health status in Israeli patients with fibromyalgia syndrome andwidespread pain and healthy individuals: Utility of the short form 36-itemhealth survey (SF-36)

      SEMINARS IN ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM
    36. Cohen, H; Neumann, L; Shore, M; Amir, M; Cassuto, Y; Buskila, D
      Autonomic dysfunction in patients with fibromyalgia: Application of power spectral analysis of heart rate variability

      SEMINARS IN ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM
    37. Heinzerling, R
      On the interpretation of the census lists by C.J. Humphreys and G.E. Mendenhall (Examining non-historical statistical peculiarities in the 'Book of Numbers')

      VETUS TESTAMENTUM
    38. Shillcock, R; Ellison, TM; Monaghan, P
      Eye-fixation behavior, lexical storage, and visual word recognition in a split processing model

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    39. Prunet, JF; Beland, R; Idrissi, A
      The mental representation of semitic words

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    40. Most, T; Amir, O; Tobin, Y
      The Hebrew vowel system: Raw and normalized acoustic data

      LANGUAGE AND SPEECH
    41. Aghababian, V; Nazir, TA
      Developing normal reading skills: Aspects of the visual processes underlying word recognition

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    42. Dromi, E; Leonard, LB; Adam, G; Zadunaisky-Ehrlich, S
      Verb agreement morphology in Hebrew-speaking children with specific language impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    43. Azaryahu, M
      Discussion - It is no fairy tale - Israel at 50

      POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
    44. Shimron, J
      The role of vowel signs in Hebrew: Beyond word recognition

      READING AND WRITING
    45. Wade-Woolley, L; Geva, E
      Processing inflected morphology in second language word recognition: Russian-speakers and English-speakers read Hebrew

      READING AND WRITING
    46. Eviatar, Z
      Cross-language tests of hemispheric strategies in reading nonwords

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    47. Heinik, J; Werner, P; Mendel, A; Raikher, B; Bleich, A
      The Cambridge cognitive examination (CAMCOG): Validation of the Hebrew version in elderly demented patients

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    48. Feldman, LB; Siok, WWT
      Semantic radicals contribute to the visual identification of Chinese characters

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    49. Forster, KI
      The microgenesis of priming effects in lexical access

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    50. Abu-Rabia, S
      The effect of Arabic vowels on the reading comprehension of second- and sixth-grade native Arab children

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    51. Tsumura, DT
      Scribal errors or phonetic spellings? 'Samuel' as an aural text (Establishing the "phonic" nature of so-called "corrupt" passages in the Masoretic text of the 'Books of Samuel')

      VETUS TESTAMENTUM
    52. Benmamoun, E
      The syntax of quantifiers and quantifier float

      LINGUISTIC INQUIRY
    53. Landau, I
      Possessor raising and the structure of VP

      LINGUA
    54. Share, DL
      Phonological recoding and orthographic learning: A direct test of the self-teaching hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    55. Berent, I; Pinker, S; Shimron, J
      Default nominal inflection in Hebrew: evidence for mental variables

      COGNITION
    56. Shedinger, RF
      A further consideration of the textual nature of Shem Tov's 'Hebrew Matthew'

      CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY
    57. Sperber, AD; Atzmon, Y; Neumann, L; Weisberg, I; Shalit, Y; Abu-Shakrah, M; Fich, A; Buskila, D
      Fibromyalgia in the irritable bowel syndrome: Studies of prevalence and clinical implications

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    58. ABURABIA S
      READING ARABIC TEXTS - EFFECTS OF TEXT TYPE, READER TYPE AND VOWELIZATION

      Reading & writing
    59. Meyler, A; Breznitz, Z
      Developmental associations between verbal and visual short-term memory andthe acquisition of decoding skill

      READING AND WRITING
    60. TOLCHINSKY L; TEBEROSKY A
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF WORD SEGMENTATION AND WRITING IN 2 SCRIPTS

      Cognitive development
    61. ASHKENAZI O; RAVID D
      CHILDRENS UNDERSTANDING OF LINGUISTIC HUMOR - AN ASPECT OF METALINGUISTIC AWARENESS

      Cahiers de psychologie cognitive
    62. BORTOLINI U; LEONARD LB; CASELLI MC
      SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT IN ITALIAN AND ENGLISH - EVALUATING ALTERNATIVE ACCOUNTS OF GRAMMATICAL DEFICITS

      Language and cognitive processes
    63. IDSARDI WJ
      TIBERIAN HEBREW SPIRANTIZATION AND PHONOLOGICAL DERIVATIONS

      Linguistic inquiry
    64. LEVY Y
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF MORPHOLOGY AND SYNTAX IN A PAIR OF DZ TWIN BOYS

      European journal of disorders of communication
    65. ABURABIA S
      READING IN ARABIC ORTHOGRAPHY - THE EFFECT OF VOWELS AND CONTEXT ON READING ACCURACY OF POOR AND SKILLED NATIVE ARABIC READERS

      Reading & writing
    66. STRIJBOS S
      WISDOM, ETHICS, AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - SOME PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS

      Systems practice
    67. LEVY Y
      AUTONOMOUS LINGUISTIC SYSTEMS IN THE LANGUAGE OF YOUNG-CHILDREN

      Journal of child language
    68. FRIEDEMANN MA; SILONI T
      AGR(OBJECT) IS NOT AGR(PARTICIPLE) + THE LOCUS OF PARTICIPLE AGREEMENT AND OBJECT AGREEMENT IN ROMANCE AND SEMITIC LANGUAGES

      The linguistic review
    69. ABURABIA S
      READING IN ARABIC ORTHOGRAPHY - THE EFFECT OF VOWELS AND CONTEXT ON READING ACCURACY OF POOR AND SKILLED NATIVE ARABIC READERS IN READING PARAGRAPHS, SENTENCES, AND ISOLATED WORDS

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    70. SAINTAUBIN J; POIRIER M
      THE INFLUENCE OF WORD FUNCTION IN THE MISSING-LETTER EFFECT - FURTHEREVIDENCE FROM FRENCH

      Memory & cognition
    71. BATEL O
      ON THE VISIBILITY OF WORD-INTERNAL MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES

      Linguistics
    72. ABERBACH D
      REVOLUTIONARY HEBREW, EMPIRE AND CRISIS - TOWARDS A SOCIOLOGICAL GESTALT

      British journal of sociology
    73. SAMUELSON NM
      3 COMPARATIVE MAPS OF THE HUMAN

      Zygon
    74. BUSKILA D; NEUMANN L
      ASSESSING FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY AND HEALTH-STATUS OF WOMEN WITH FIBROMYALGIA - VALIDATION OF A HEBREW VERSION OF THE FIBROMYALGIA IMPACT QUESTIONNAIRE

      Journal of rheumatology
    75. ABURABIA S
      THE ROLE OF VOWELS AND CONTEXT IN THE READING OF HIGHLY SKILLED NATIVE ARABIC READERS

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    76. RAVID D
      ACCESSING THE MENTAL LEXICON - EVIDENCE FROM INCOMPATIBILITY BETWEEN REPRESENTATION OF SPOKEN AND WRITTEN MORPHOLOGY

      Linguistics
    77. VOGELS W
      THE POWER STRUGGLE BETWEEN MAN AND WOMAN (GENESIS-III,16B) -CHANGES AS A CHALLENGE TO TRADITIONAL BIBLE INTERPRETATION( FEMINIST READINGS AND CULTURAL)

      Biblica
    78. FROST R
      PHONOLOGICAL COMPUTATION AND MISSING VOWELS - MAPPING LEXICAL INVOLVEMENT IN READING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    79. MORAVCSIK JE; HEALY AF
      EFFECT OF MEANING ON LETTER DETECTION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    80. KOMENDZINSKA A
      DO 2ND-LANGUAGE LEARNERS OF JAPANESE MAKE, USE OF THE SAME MENTAL LEXICON FOR KANA WORDS AS NATIVE SPEAKERS

      Psychologia
    81. IRVINE SA
      A NOTE ON PSALM-XIV,4 + CONSIDERATIONS FOR A DIFFERENT TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION OF A PROPHETIC LAMENT FROM WISDOM LITERATURE

      Journal of Biblical literature
    82. BERRY MW; YOUNG PG
      USING LATENT SEMANTIC INDEXING FOR MULTILANGUAGE INFORMATION-RETRIEVAL

      Computers and the humanities
    83. ARONSON L; ROSENHOUSE J; PODOSHIN L; ROSENHOUSE G
      MULTICHANNEL COCHLEAR PROSTHESIS ADAPTED TO HEBREW - A CASE-STUDY

      Speech communication
    84. WUILLEMIN D; RICHARDSON B; LYNCH J
      RIGHT-HEMISPHERE INVOLVEMENT IN PROCESSING LATER-LEARNED LANGUAGES INMULTILINGUALS

      Brain and language
    85. COLE P; SEGUI J
      GRAMMATICAL INCONGRUENCY AND VOCABULARY TYPES

      Memory & cognition
    86. BERKOVITS R
      DURATIONAL EFFECTS IN FINAL LENGTHENING, GAPPING, AND CONTRASTIVE STRESS

      Language and Speech
    87. SCHNEIDER VI; HEALY AF
      DETECTING PHONEMES AND LETTERS IN TEXT - INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DIFFERENT TYPES AND LEVELS OF PROCESSES

      Memory & cognition
    88. BERKOVITS R
      PROGRESSIVE-UTTERANCE FINAL-LENGTHENING IN SYLLABLES WITH FINAL FRICATIVES

      Language and Speech
    89. DROMI E; LEONARD LB; SHTEIMAN M
      THE GRAMMATICAL MORPHOLOGY OF HEBREW-SPEAKING CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - SOME COMPETING HYPOTHESES

      Journal of speech and hearing research


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