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    1. Faust, M; Silber, A; Kaniel, S
      Evidence from sentence priming for an atypical language organisation in the brain of dyslexic males

      LATERALITY
    2. Goel, V; Dolan, RJ
      The functional anatomy of humor: segregating cognitive and affective components

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Tompkins, CA; Lehman-Blake, MT; Baumgaertner, A; Fassbinder, W
      Mechanisms of discourse comprehension impairment after right hemisphere brain damage: Suppression in inferential ambiguity resolution

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    4. Moritz, S; Mersmann, K; Quast, C; Andresen, B
      Association norms for 68 German homonymes

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR EXPERIMENTELLE PSYCHOLOGIE
    5. Ahrens, K
      On-line sentence comprehension of ambiguous verbs in Mandarin

      JOURNAL OF EAST ASIAN LINGUISTICS
    6. van Gompel, RPG; Pickering, MJ
      Reanalysis in sentence processing: Evidence against current constraint-based and two-stage models

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    7. Klein, DE; Murphy, GL
      The representation of polysemous words

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

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    9. Pickering, MJ; Frisson, S
      Processing ambiguous verbs: Evidence from eye movements

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    10. Chaffin, R; Morris, RK; Seely, RE
      Learning new word meanings from context: A study of eye movements

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    11. Arnold, JE
      The effect of thematic roles on pronoun use and frequency of reference continuation

      DISCOURSE PROCESSES
    12. Grainger, J; Van Kang, MN; Segui, J
      Cross-modal repetition priming of heterographic homophones

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    13. Chiarello, C; Liu, S; Faust, M
      Bihemispheric sensitivity to sentence anomaly

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    14. Leonard, CL; Baum, SR; Pell, MD
      The effect of compressed speech on the ability of right-hemisphere-damagedpatients to use context

      CORTEX
    15. Liversedge, SP; Findlay, JM
      Saccadic eye movements and cognition

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    16. Pickering, MJ; Traxler, MJ; Crocker, MW
      Ambiguity resolution in sentence processing: Evidence against frequency-based accounts

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    17. Traxler, MJ; Foss, DJ
      Effects of sentence constraint on priming in natural language comprehension

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    18. Corson, Y; Quistrebert, V
      Emotional judgement norms concerning the meanings of ambiguous words

      CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE COGNITIVE-CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY OF COGNITION
    19. Niswander, E; Pollatsek, A; Rayner, K
      The processing of derived and inflected suffixed words during reading

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    20. Syssau, A; Brouillet, D; Groen, S
      The study of inhibitory processes in aging with the Faust et al. paradigm (1997): Methodological issues

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    21. Traxler, MJ; Foss, DJ; Seely, RE; Kaup, B; Morris, RK
      Priming in sentence processing: Intralexical spreading activation, schemes, and situation models

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    22. Salisbury, DF; O'Donnell, BF; McCarley, RW; Nestor, PG; Shenton, ME
      Event-related potentials elicited during a context-free homograph task in normal versus schizophrenic subjects

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Yip, MCW
      Spoken word recognition of Chinese homophones: The role of context and tone neighbors

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    24. Copland, DA; Chenery, HJ; Murdoch, BE
      Understanding ambiguous words in biased sentences: Evidence of transient contextual effects in individuals with nonthalamic subcortical lesions and Parkinson's disease

      CORTEX
    25. Krovetz, RT
      Viewing morphology as an inference process

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    26. Dixon, P; Twilley, LC
      Context and homograph meaning resolution

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    27. Kellas, G; Vu, H
      Strength of context does modulate the subordinate bias effect: A reply to Binder and Rayner

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

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    29. Griffin, ZM
      Frequency of meaning use for ambiguous and unambiguous words

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    30. Giora, R
      On the priority of salient meanings: Studies of literal and figurative language

      JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS
    31. Tan, LH; Perfetti, CA
      Phonological activation in visual identification of Chinese two-character words

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    32. 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
    33. Vu, H; Kellas, G
      Contextual strength modulates the subordinate bias effect: Reply to Rayner, Binder, and Duffy

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    34. Dixon, P; Twilley, LC
      An integrated model of meaning and sense activation and disambiguation

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    35. Chenery, HJ; Ingram, JCL; Murdoch, BE
      The resolution of lexical ambiguity with reference to context in dementia of the Alzheimer's type

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    36. Li, P; Yip, MC
      Context effects and the processing of spoken homophones

      READING AND WRITING
    37. KEYSAR B; BARR DJ; BALIN JA; PAEK TS
      DEFINITE REFERENCE AND MUTUAL KNOWLEDGE - PROCESS MODELS OF COMMON GROUND IN COMPREHENSION

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    38. BURGESS C; LIVESAY K; LUND K
      EXPLORATIONS IN CONTEXT SPACE - WORDS, SENTENCES, DISCOURSE

      Discourse processes
    39. Li, P
      Crosslinguistic variation and sentence processing: The case of Chinese

      SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS, VOL 31
    40. Borsky, S; Shapiro, LP
      Context-independent sentence processing

      SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS, VOL 31
    41. Colombo, L
      Role of context in the comprehension of ambiguous Italian idioms

      SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS, VOL 31
    42. SWAAB TY; BROWN C; HAGOORT P
      UNDERSTANDING AMBIGUOUS WORDS IN SENTENCE CONTEXTS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR DELAYED CONTEXTUAL SELECTION IN BROCAS-APHASIA

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

      Cognitive linguistics
    44. GEE NR
      IMPLICIT MEMORY AND WORD AMBIGUITY

      Journal of memory and language
    45. LETHLEAN JB; MURDOCH BE
      PERFORMANCE OF SUBJECTS WITH MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS ON TESTS OF HIGH-LEVEL LANGUAGE

      Aphasiology
    46. GEER JH; MELTON JS
      SEXUAL CONTENT-INDUCED DELAY WITH DOUBLE-ENTENDRE WORDS

      Archives of sexual behavior
    47. WILLIAMS JN
      IS AUTOMATIC PRIMING SEMANTIC

      European journal of cognitive psychology
    48. PAUL ST
      SEARCH FOR SEMANTIC INHIBITION FAILURE DURING SENTENCE COMPREHENSION BY YOUNGER AND OLDER ADULTS

      Psychology and aging
    49. LI P
      WORD RECOGNITION OF CODE-SWITCHED WORDS BY CHINESE-ENGLISH BILINGUALS

      Journal of memory and language
    50. TABOSSI P
      CROSS-MODAL SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Language and cognitive processes
    51. FAUST ME; GERNSBACHER MA
      CEREBRAL MECHANISMS FOR SUPPRESSION OF INAPPROPRIATE INFORMATION DURING SENTENCE COMPREHENSION

      Brain and language
    52. HOPKINS KA; KELLAS G; PAUL ST
      SCOPE OF WORD MEANING ACTIVATION DURING SENTENCE PROCESSING BY YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS

      Experimental aging research
    53. WILLIAMS JN; COLOMBO L
      CONSTRAINTS ON THE RANGE OF CONTEXT-INDEPENDENT PRIMING FROM AMBIGUOUS WORDS

      Psychological research
    54. RUECKL JG
      AMBIGUITY AND CONNECTIONIST NETWORKS - STILL SETTLING INTO A SOLUTION- COMMENT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    55. FRAZIER L
      CONSTRAINT SATISFACTION AS A THEORY OF SENTENCE PROCESSING

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    56. CARPENTER PA; MIYAKE A; JUST MA
      LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION - SENTENCE AND DISCOURSE PROCESSING

      Annual review of psychology
    57. MILLER JL; EIMAS PD
      SPEECH-PERCEPTION - FROM SIGNAL TO WORD

      Annual review of psychology
    58. GAWLICKGRENDELL LA; WOLTZ DJ
      MEANING DOMINANCE NORMS FOR 120 HOMOGRAPHS

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    59. MCGLONE MS; GLUCKSBERG S; CACCIARI C
      SEMANTIC PRODUCTIVITY AND IDIOM COMPREHENSION

      Discourse processes
    60. KAWAMOTO AH; FARRAR WT; KELLO CT
      WHEN 2 MEANINGS ARE BETTER THAN ONE - MODELING THE AMBIGUITY ADVANTAGE USING A RECURRENT DISTRIBUTED NETWORK

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    61. TWILLEY LC; DIXON P; TAYLOR D; CLARK K
      UNIVERSITY-OF-ALBERTA NORMS OF RELATIVE MEANING FREQUENCY FOR 566 HOMOGRAPHS

      Memory & cognition
    62. SHIMRON J; SIVAN T
      READING PROFICIENCY AND ORTHOGRAPHY - EVIDENCE FROM HEBREW AND ENGLISH

      Language learning
    63. TABOSSI P; ZARDON F
      PROCESSING AMBIGUOUS WORDS IN CONTEXT

      Journal of memory and language
    64. MOSS HE; MARSLENWILSON WD
      ACCESS TO WORD MEANINGS DURING SPOKEN LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION - EFFECTS OF SENTENTIAL SEMANTIC CONTEXT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    65. PACHT JM; RAYNER K
      THE PROCESSING OF HOMOPHONIC HOMOGRAPHS DURING READING - EVIDENCE FROM EYE-MOVEMENT STUDIES

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    66. SHIMRON J
      THE ROLE OF VOWELS IN READING - A REVIEW OF STUDIES OF ENGLISH AND HEBREW

      Psychological bulletin
    67. TSUZUKI T
      EFFECTS OF CONTEXT-DEPENDENT AND CONTEXT- INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATIVE STRENGTH BETWEEN PRIME AND TARGET WORDS ON THE PROCESSING OF LEXICAL AMBIGUITY

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu


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