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    1. Mathey, S
      Influence of orthographic neighborhood in word recognition tasks

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    2. Reimer, JF; Brown, JS; Lorsbach, TC
      Orthographically mediated inhibition effects: Evidence of activational feedback during visual word recognition

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    3. Rouder, JN
      Absolute identification with simple and complex stimuli

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    4. Harris, CL
      Are individual or consecutive letters the unit affected by repetition blindness?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    5. Hall, DA; Humphreys, GW; Cooper, ACG
      Neuropsychological evidence for case-specific reading: Multi-letter units in visual word recognition

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Friedmann, N; Gvion, A
      Letter position dyslexia

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    7. Saint-Aubin, J; Klein, RM
      Influence of parafoveal processing on the missing-letter effect

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    8. Behrmann, M; Shomstein, SS; Black, SE; Barton, JJS
      The eye movements of pure alexic patients during reading and nonreading tasks

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    9. Perea, M; Rosa, E
      Repetition and form priming interact with neighborhood density at a brief stimulus onset asynchrony

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    10. Kello, CT; Plaut, DC
      Strategic control in word reading: Evidence from speeded responding in thetempo-naming task

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    11. Iran-Nejad, A; Winsler, A
      Bartlett's schema theory and modern accounts of learning and remembering

      JOURNAL OF MIND AND BEHAVIOR
    12. Iran-Nejad, A; Homaifar, A
      The nature of distributed learning and remembering

      JOURNAL OF MIND AND BEHAVIOR
    13. Grossberg, S
      Localist but distributed representations

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    14. Phaf, RH; Wolters, G
      A competitive manifesto

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    15. Norris, D; McQueen, JM; Cutler, A
      Merging information in speech recognition: Feedback is never necessary

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    16. Ratcliff, R; Rouder, JN
      A diffusion model account of masking in two-choice letter identification

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    17. Hino, Y; Lupker, SJ
      Effects of word frequency and spelling-to-sound regularity in naming with and without preceding lexical decision

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    18. Mathey, S; Zagar, D
      The neighborhood distribution effect in visual word recognition: Words with single and twin neighbors

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    19. Cortese, MJ; Simpson, GB
      Regularity effects in word naming: What are they?

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    20. Lee, YS; Cheung, YM; Wurm, LH
      Levels-of-processing effects on Chinese character completion: The importance of lexical processing and test cue

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    21. Katz, M; Pola, J
      A size illusion of the letter 'P'

      VISION RESEARCH
    22. Rapp, B; Goldrick, M
      Discreteness and interactivity in spoken word production

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    23. Sanocki, T
      Constructing structural descriptions

      VISUAL COGNITION
    24. Pexman, PM; Cristi, C; Lupker, SJ
      Facilitation and interference from formally similar word primes in a naming task

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    25. Masson, MEJ
      Semantic priming in a recurrent network: Comment on Dalrymple-Alford and Marmurek (1999)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    26. Sinn, H; Blanken, G
      Visual errors in acquired dyslexia: Evidence for cascaded lexical processing

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    27. Rastle, K; Coltheart, M
      Serial and strategic effects in reading aloud

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    28. Peterson, MA
      What's in a stage name? Comment on Vecera and O'Reilly (1998)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    29. Xu, B; Perfetti, CA
      Nonstrategic subjective threshold effects in phonemic masking

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    30. Masuda, H; Saito, H
      Two types of radical frequency effects on Japanese kanji character recognition

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    31. Huckauf, A; Heller, D; Nazir, TA
      Lateral masking: Limitations of the feature interaction account

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    32. Tonnessen, FE
      Options and limitations of the cognitive psychological approach to the treatment of dyslexia

      JOURNAL OF LEARNING DISABILITIES
    33. Zhang, HZH; Zhang, J; Kornblum, S
      A parallel distributed processing model of stimulus-stimulus and stimulus-response compatibility

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    34. Saito, H; Masuda, H; Kawakami, M
      Form and sound similarity effects in kanji recognition

      READING AND WRITING
    35. Hino, Y; Lupker, SJ; Sears, CR; Ogawa, T
      The effects of polysemy for Japanese katakana words

      READING AND WRITING
    36. CORTESE MJ
      REVISITING SERIAL POSITION EFFECTS IN READING

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    37. SPIVEY MJ; TANENHAUS MK
      SYNTACTIC AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION IN DISCOURSE - MODELING THE EFFECTS OFREFERENTIAL CONTEXT AND LEXICAL FREQUENCY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    38. HANLEY JR; SMITH ST; HADFIELD J
      I RECOGNIZE YOU BUT I CANT PLACE YOU - AN INVESTIGATION OF FAMILIAR-ONLY EXPERIENCES DURING TESTS OF VOICE AND FACE RECOGNITION

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    39. BEHRMANN M; PLAUT DC; NELSON J
      A LITERATURE-REVIEW AND NEW DATA SUPPORTING AN INTERACTIVE ACCOUNT OFLETTER-BY-LETTER READING

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    40. MONTANT M; NAZIR TA; PONCET M
      PURE ALEXIA AND THE VIEWING POSITION EFFECT IN PRINTED WORDS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    41. PEREA M
      ORTHOGRAPHIC NEIGHBORS ARE NOT ALL EQUAL - EVIDENCE USING AN IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUE

      Language and cognitive processes
    42. HINO Y; LUPKER SJ
      THE EFFECTS OF WORD-FREQUENCY FOR JAPANESE KANA AND KANJI WORDS IN NAMING AND LEXICAL DECISION - CAN THE DUAL-ROUTE MODEL SAVE THE LEXICAL-SELECTION ACCOUNT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    43. ANDREWS S; SCARRATT DR
      RULE AND ANALOGY MECHANISMS IN READING NONWORDS - HOUGH DOU PEAPEL REDE GNEW WIRDS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    44. ZORZI M; HOUGHTON G; BUTTERWORTH B
      2 ROUTES OR ONE IN READING ALOUD - A CONNECTIONIST DUAL-PROCESS MODEL

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    45. VECERA SP; OREILLY RC
      FIGURE-GROUND ORGANIZATION AND OBJECT RECOGNITION PROCESSES - AN INTERACTIVE ACCOUNT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    46. Bowers, JS; Vigliocco, G; Haan, R
      Orthographic, phonological, and articulatory contributions to masked letter and word priming

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    47. ZIEGLER JC; REY A; JACOBS AM
      SIMULATING INDIVIDUAL WORD IDENTIFICATION THRESHOLDS AND ERRORS IN THE FRAGMENTATION TASK

      Memory & cognition
    48. KAMPF U; STROBEL R
      AUTOMATIC POSITION EVALUATION IN CONTROLLED CHANGE DETECTION - DATA-DRIVEN VS. CONCEPT-GUIDED ENCODING AND RETRIEVAL STRATEGY COMPONENTS INCHESS PLAYERS WITH VARYING DEGREES OF EXPERTISE

      Zeitschrift fur Psychologie mit Zeitschrift fur angewandte Psychologie
    49. HUNTSMAN LA
      TESTING THE DIRECT-ACCESS MODEL - GOD DOES NOT PRIME DOG

      Perception & psychophysics
    50. BRODEUR DA; ENNS JT
      COVERT VISUAL ORIENTING ACROSS THE LIFE-SPAN

      Canadian journal of experimental psychology
    51. TAFT M; ZHU XP
      SUBMORPHEMIC PROCESSING IN READING CHINESE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    52. RALPH MAL; ELLIS AW
      PATTERNS OF PARALEXIA REVISITED - REPORT OF A CASE OF VISUAL DYSLEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    53. CHU CH
      AN IMPROVED NEURAL-NETWORK FOR MANUFACTURING CELL-FORMATION

      Decision support systems
    54. COSCARELLI CV
      THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE - FROM DATA TO THEORY - HARLEY,TA

      Applied psycholinguistics
    55. FERRARO FR; CHASTAIN G
      AN ANALYSIS OF REICHER-TASK EFFECTS

      The Journal of general psychology
    56. CHIALANT D; CARAMAZZA A
      IDENTITY AND SIMILARITY FACTORS IN REPETITION BLINDNESS - IMPLICATIONS FOR LEXICAL PROCESSING

      Cognition
    57. PENEV PS; ATICK JJ
      LOCAL FEATURE ANALYSIS - A GENERAL STATISTICAL-THEORY FOR OBJECT REPRESENTATION

      Network
    58. CHENG KJ
      RETRIEVAL OF CLINICAL SCIENCE INFORMATION USING AN INTERACTIVE ACTIVATION AND COMPETITION NETWORK

      Artificial intelligence in medicine
    59. GRAINGER J; FERRAND L
      MASKED ORTHOGRAPHIC AND PHONOLOGICAL PRIMING IN VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION AND NAMING - CROSS-TASK COMPARISONS

      Journal of memory and language
    60. BENTIN S; IBRAHIM R
      NEW EVIDENCE FOR PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING DURING VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION - THE CASE OF ARABIC

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    61. BERNSTEIN SE; CARR TH
      DUAL-ROUTE THEORIES OF PRONOUNCING PRINTED WORDS - WHAT CAN BE LEARNED FROM CONCURRENT TASK-PERFORMANCE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    62. HINO Y; LUPKER SJ
      EFFECTS OF POLYSEMY IN LEXICAL DECISION AND NAMING - AN ALTERNATIVE TO LEXICAL ACCESS ACCOUNTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    63. JORDAN TR; BEVAN KM
      POSITION-SPECIFIC MASKING AND THE WORD-LETTER PHENOMENON - REEXAMINING THE EVIDENCE FROM THE REICHER-WHEELER PARADIGM

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    64. PERRI R; BARTOLOMEO P; SILVERI MC
      LETTER DYSLEXIA IN A LETTER-BY-LETTER READER

      Brain and language
    65. HARLEY TA
      CONNECTIONIST MODELING OF THE RECOVERY OF LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS FOLLOWING BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Brain and language
    66. HUNTSMAN LA; LIMA SD
      ORTHOGRAPHIC NEIGHBORHOOD-STRUCTURE AND LEXICAL ACCESS

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    67. LAARNI J; NYMAN G
      FOVEAL-TO-PERIPHERAL PRIMING IN LETTER IDENTIFICATION REFLECTS RESPONSE BIAS, NOT ENHANCED VISIBILITY

      Scandinavian journal of psychology
    68. GRAINGER J; JACOBS AM
      ORTHOGRAPHIC PROCESSING IN VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION - A MULTIPLE READ-OUT MODEL

      Psychological review
    69. RUGG MD; DOYLE MC; WELLS T
      WORD AND NONWORD REPETITION WITHIN-MODALITY AND ACROSS-MODALITY - AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    70. ALEXANDER JR
      A CONNECTIONIST MODEL USING PROBABILITY DATA AS WEIGHTS AND PARAMETERS

      Mathematical and computer modelling
    71. MCKONE E
      SHORT-TERM IMPLICIT MEMORY FOR WORDS AND NONWORDS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    72. BEHRMANN M; SHALLICE T
      PORE ALEXIA - A NONSPATIAL VISUAL DISORDER AFFECTING LETTER ACTIVATION

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    73. ARBUTHNOTT KD
      INHIBITORY MECHANISMS IN COGNITION - PHENOMENA AND MODELS

      Cahiers de psychologie cognitive
    74. HARLEY TA; JONES GV; DUNBAR GL; MACANDREW SBG
      FROM MEANING TO SOUND - SERIAL ORDER FROM PARALLEL SYSTEMS

      Language and cognitive processes
    75. JORDAN TR; SMITH LS; PHILLIPS WA
      EXPLORING THE STRUCTURE OF THE WORD RECOGNITION MODULE - PSYCHOLOGICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL INVESTIGATIONS

      Language and cognitive processes
    76. DREWS E; ZWITSERLOOD P
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND ORTHOGRAPHIC SIMILARITY IN VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    77. ARGUIN M; BUB D
      PRIMING AND RESPONSE SELECTION PROCESSES IN LETTER CLASSIFICATION ANDIDENTIFICATION TASKS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    78. ALLEN PA; WALLACE B; WEBER TA
      INFLUENCE OF CASE TYPE, WORD-FREQUENCY, AND EXPOSURE DURATION ON VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    79. JORDAN TR
      PERCEIVING EXTERIOR LETTERS OF WORDS - DIFFERENTIAL INFLUENCES OF LETTER-FRAGMENT AND NON-LETTER-FRAGMENT MASKS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    80. DEACON D; MEHTA A; TINSLEY C; NOUSAK JM
      VARIATION IN THE LATENCIES AND AMPLITUDES OF N400 AND NA AS A FUNCTION OF SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Psychophysiology
    81. LAXON V; SMITH B; MASTERSON J
      CHILDRENS NONWORD READING - PSEUDOHOMOPHONES, NEIGHBORHOOD SIZE, AND PRIMING EFFECTS

      Reading research quarterly
    82. PERESSOTTI F; GRAINGER J
      LETTER-POSITION CODING IN RANDOM CONSONANT ARRAYS

      Perception & psychophysics
    83. CHASTAIN G; SEIBERT PS; FERRARO ER
      MOOD AND LEXICAL ACCESS OF POSITIVE, NEGATIVE, AND NEUTRAL WORDS

      The Journal of general psychology
    84. TRYON WW
      NEURAL NETWORKS FOR BEHAVIOR THERAPISTS - WHAT THEY ARE AND WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT

      Behavior therapy
    85. FERRAND L
      THE ROLE OF PHONOLOGY IN VISUAL WORD RECO GNITION

      Annee Psychologique
    86. DISSARD P
      RELEVANT TRAIT EXTRACTION IN THE PROCESSI NG OF ACOUSTIC DATA

      Journal de physique. IV
    87. HEALY AF
      LETTER DETECTION - A WINDOW TO UNITIZATION AND OTHER COGNITIVE-PROCESSES IN READING TEXT

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    88. DYDEWALLE G; AUWERS T
      ORTHOGRAPHIC REDUNDANCY IN LETTER RECOGNITION - ORTHOGRAPHIC NEIGHBORHOOD OR ORTHOGRAPHIC CONTEXT

      European journal of cognitive psychology
    89. ROBERTSON SP
      TSUNAMI - SIMULTANEOUS UNDERSTANDING, ANSWERING, AND MEMORY INTERACTION FOR QUESTIONS

      Cognitive science
    90. 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
    91. JOORDENS S; BESNER D
      WHEN BANKING ON MEANING IS NOT (YET) MONEY IN THE BANK - EXPLORATIONSIN CONNECTIONIST MODELING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    92. PUGH KR; REXER K; PETER M; KATZ L
      NEIGHBORHOOD EFFECTS IN VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION - EFFECTS OF LETTER DELAY AND NONWORD CONTEXT DIFFICULTY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    93. FARAH MJ
      INTERACTIONS ON THE INTERACTIVE BRAIN - AUTHORS RESPONSE

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    94. COLTHEART M; RASTLE K
      SERIAL PROCESSING IN READING ALOUD - EVIDENCE FOR DUAL-ROUTE MODELS OF READING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    95. JACOBS AM; GRAINGER J
      MODELS OF VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION - SAMPLING THE STATE-OF-THE-ART

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    96. JORDAN TR; BEVAN KM
      WORD SUPERIORITY OVER ISOLATED LETTERS - THE NEGLECTED CASE OF FORWARD MASKING

      Memory & cognition
    97. STEINHART E
      STRUCTURAL IDEALISM

      Idealistic studies
    98. AIZAWA K
      REPRESENTATIONS WITHOUT RULES, CONNECTIONISM AND THE SYNTACTIC ARGUMENT

      Synthese
    99. TAMAOKA K; TAFT M
      IS THE SMALLEST UNIT IN PHONOLOGICAL PROC ESSING EQUIVALENT TO THE SMALLEST UNIT IN ORTHOGRAPHIC PROCESSING - LEXICAL JUDGMENTS OF KATAKANANONWORDS

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    100. BAVELIER D
      REPETITION BLINDNESS BETWEEN VISUALLY DIFFERENT ITEMS - THE CASE OF PICTURES AND WORDS

      Cognition


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