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    1. Arnott, WL; Chenery, HJ; Murdoch, BE; Silburn, PA
      Semantic priming in Parkinson's disease: Evidence for delayed spreading activation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    2. van Heuven, WJB; Dijkstra, T; Grainger, J; Schriefers, H
      Shared neighborhood effects in masked orthographic priming

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    3. Ferretti, TR; McRae, K; Hatherell, A
      Integrating verbs, situation schemas, and thematic role concepts

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    4. Van Orden, GC; Pennington, BF; Stone, GO
      What do double dissociations prove?

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    5. Hutchison, KA; Neely, JH; Johnson, JD
      With great expectations, can two "wrongs" prime a "right"?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    6. Cronk, BC
      Phonological, semantic, and repetition printing with homophones

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    7. Brysbaert, M
      Prelexical phonological coding of visual words in Dutch: Automatic after all

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    8. Moritz, S; Mersmann, K; Kloss, M; Jacobsen, D; Wilke, U; Andresen, B; Naber, D; Pawlik, K
      'Hyper-priming' in thought-disordered schizophrenic patients

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    9. Kamei, T; Hatta, T
      Visual field differences of the effects of peripheral semantic information: Possible effects of reading habit

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    10. Lavidor, M; Babkoff, H; Faust, M
      Analysis of standard and non-standard visual word format in the two hemispheres

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. Lukatela, G; Eaton, T; Lee, C; Turvey, MT
      Does visual word identification involve a sub-phonemic level?

      COGNITION
    12. Giffard, B; Desgranges, B; Nore-Mary, F; Lalevee, C; de la Sayette, V; Pasquier, F; Eustache, F
      The nature of semantic memory deficits in Alzheimer's disease - New insights from hyperpriming effects

      BRAIN
    13. Besche-Richard, C; Passerieux, C
      Word recognition studies in schizophrenic patients.

      ANNEE PSYCHOLOGIQUE
    14. Lucas, M
      Semantic priming without association: A meta-analytic review

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    15. Kellenbach, ML; Wijers, AA; Mulder, G
      Visual semantic features are activated during the processing of concrete words: event-related potential evidence for perceptual semantic priming

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Lukatela, G; Turvey, MT
      An evaluation of the two-cycles model of phonology assembly

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    17. Pulvermuller, F; Mohr, B; Schleichert, H; Veit, R
      Operant conditioning of left-hemispheric slow cortical potentials and its effect on word processing

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    18. Kahan, TA
      Negative priming from masked words: Retrospective prime clarification or center-surround inhibition?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    19. Loula, F; Kourtzi, Z; Shiffrar, M
      Surface segmentation cues influence negative priming for novel and familiar shapes

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    20. Del Toro, JF
      An examination of automatic versus strategic semantic priming effects in Broca's aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    21. Brown, CM; Hagoort, P; Chwilla, DJ
      An event-related brain potential analysis of visual word priming effects

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    22. Mari-Beffa, P; Fuentes, LJ; Catena, A; Houghton, G
      Semantic priming in the prime task effect: Evidence of automatic semantic processing of distractors

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    23. Goldberg, TE; Dodge, M; Aloia, M; Egan, MF; Weinberger, DR
      Effects of neuroleptic medications on speech disorganization in schizophrenia: biasing associative networks towards meaning

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    24. Silva-Pereyra, J; Harmony, T; Villanueva, G; Fernandez, T; Rodriguez, M; Galan, L; Diaz-Comas, L; Bernal, J; Fernandez-Bouzas, A; Marosi, E; Reyes, A
      N400 and lexical decisions: automatic or controlled processing?

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Santiago, E; Fuentes, LJ
      A neurocognitive approach to the study of attention deficits in schizophrenia

      PSICOLOGIA CONDUCTUAL
    26. Goldinger, SD
      Only the shadower knows: Comment on Hamburger and Slowiaczek (1996)

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    27. Guillem, F; Rougier, A; Claverie, B
      Short- and long-delay intracranial ERP repetition effects dissociate memory systems in the human brain

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Stickgold, R; Scott, L; Rittenhouse, C; Hobson, JA
      Sleep-induced changes in associative memory

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Fuentes, LJ; Santiago, E
      Spatial and semantic inhibitory processing in schizophrenia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    30. Milliken, B; Lupianez, J; Debner, J; Abello, B
      Automatic and controlled processing in stroop negative priming: The role of attentional set

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    31. Meijboom, A; Jansen, A; Kampman, M; Schouten, E
      An experimental test of the relationship between self-esteem and concern about body shape and weight in restrained eaters

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    32. Shen, D; Forster, KI
      Masked phonological priming in reading Chinese words depends on the task

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    33. Fuentes, LJ; Vivas, AB; Humphreys, GW
      Inhibitory mechanisms of attentional networks: Spatial and semantic inhibitory processing

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    34. Neumann, E; McCloskey, MS; Felio, AC
      Cross-language positive priming disappears, negative priming does not: Evidence for two sources of selective inhibition

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    35. Rouibah, A; Tiberghien, G; Lupker, SJ
      Phonological and semantic priming: Evidence for task-independent effects

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    36. Moritz, S; Andresen, B; Domin, F; Martin, T; Probsthein, E; Kretschmer, G; Krausz, M; Naber, D; Spitzer, M
      Increased automatic spreading activation in healthy subjects with elevatedscores in a scale assessing schizophrenic language disturbances

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    37. Collins, M
      Differences in semantic category priming in the left and right cerebral hemispheres under automatic and controlled processing conditions

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    38. Fujita, C
      A study on the recognition unit for a Japanese Kanji-Kana-combined-word

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    39. THOMPSONSCHILL SL; KURTZ KJ; GABRIELI JDE
      EFFECTS OF SEMANTIC AND ASSOCIATIVE RELATEDNESS ON AUTOMATIC PRIMING

      Journal of memory and language
    40. SWAAB TY
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY - METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND AN EXAMPLE FROM STUDIES OF APHASIA

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    41. MCRAE K; BOISVERT S
      AUTOMATIC SEMANTIC SIMILARITY PRIMING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    42. GEORGIEFF N; DOMINEY PF; MICHEL F; MARIECARDINE M; DALERY J
      SEMANTIC PRIMING IN MAJOR DEPRESSIVE STATE

      Psychiatry research
    43. NEELY JH; VERWYS CA; KAHAN TA
      READING GLASSES WILL PRIME VISION, BUT READING A PAIR OF GLASSES WILLNOT

      Memory & cognition
    44. MILLIKEN B; JOORDENS S; MERIKLE PM; SEIFFERT AE
      SELECTIVE ATTENTION - A REEVALUATION OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF NEGATIVE PRIMING

      Psychological review
    45. HUNTSMAN LA
      TESTING THE DIRECT-ACCESS MODEL - GOD DOES NOT PRIME DOG

      Perception & psychophysics
    46. GOLDINGER SD
      SIGNAL-DETECTION COMPARISONS OF PHONEMIC AND PHONETIC PRIMING - THE FLEXIBLE-BIAS PROBLEM

      Perception & psychophysics
    47. STIP E; BEAUREGARD M
      IS DEPRESSION A COGNITION DISEASE

      Annales medico-psychologiques
    48. OBER BA; VINOGRADOV S; SHENAUT GK
      AUTOMATIC VERSUS CONTROLLED SEMANTIC PRIMING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Neuropsychology
    49. OSEAGHDHA PG; MARIN JW
      MEDIATED SEMANTIC-PHONOLOGICAL PRIMING - CALLING DISTANT RELATIVES

      Journal of memory and language
    50. BECKER S; MOSCOVITCH M; BEHRMANN M; JOORDENS S
      LONG-TERM SEMANTIC PRIMING - A COMPUTATIONAL ACCOUNT AND EMPIRICAL-EVIDENCE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    51. KLAUER KC; ROSSNAGEL C; MUSCH J
      LIST-CONTEXT EFFECTS IN EVALUATIVE PRIMING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    52. MCRAE K; DESA VR; SEIDENBERG MS
      ON THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF FEATURAL REPRESENTATIONS OF WORD MEANING

      Journal of experimental psychology. General
    53. STOLZ JA; BESNER D
      VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION - EFFORT AFTER MEANING BUT NOT (NECESSARILY) MEANING AFTER EFFORT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    54. RICHARDS L; CHIARELLO C
      ACTIVATION WITHOUT SELECTION - PARALLEL RIGHT-HEMISPHERE ROLES IN LANGUAGE AND INTENTIONAL MOVEMENT

      Brain and language
    55. BALOTA DA; BLACK S
      SEMANTIC SATIATION IN HEALTHY-YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS

      Memory & cognition
    56. BUSHELL CM; MARTIN A
      AUTOMATIC SEMANTIC PRIMING OF NOUNS AND VERBS IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychologia
    57. CHO DK
      RECOGNITION PROCESSES FOR CHINESE AND ORI GINAL WORDS WRITTEN IN HANGUL

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    58. NAKAMURA H; NAKANISHI M; HAMANAKA T; NAKAAKI S; FURUKAWA T; MASUI T
      DISSOCIATIONS BETWEEN READING RESPONSES AND SEMANTIC PRIMING EFFECTS IN A DYSLEXIC PATIENT

      Cortex
    59. SCHRIJNEMAKERS JMC; RAAIJMAKERS JGW
      ADDING NEW WORD-ASSOCIATIONS TO SEMANTIC MEMORY - EVIDENCE FOR 2 INTERACTIVE LEARNING COMPONENTS

      Acta psychologica
    60. SILVERI MC; MONTELEONE D; BURANI C; TABOSSI P
      AUTOMATIC SEMANTIC FACILITATION IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    61. SKWARCHUK SL; CLARK JM
      CHOOSING CATEGORY OR COMPLEMENTARY RELATIONS - PRIOR TENDENCIES MODULATE INSTRUCTIONAL-EFFECTS

      Canadian journal of experimental psychology
    62. CORSON Y
      EFFECTS OF THE NATURE OF SEMANTIC RELATIO NSHIPS ON ACTIVATION PROCESSES BETWEEN ASSOCIATIVELY LINKED PRIMES AND TARGETS

      Canadian journal of experimental psychology
    63. BARROSO J; NIETO A
      CEREBRAL ASYMMETRY - RIGHT-HEMISPHERE AND LANGUAGE

      Psicologia conductual
    64. FUENTES LJ; HUMPHREYS GW
      ON THE PROCESSING OF EXTINGUISHED STIMULI IN UNILATERAL VISUAL NEGLECT - AN APPROACH USING NEGATIVE PRIMING

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    65. ALGARABEL S; DASI C
      AUTOMATIC AND ATTENTIONAL PRIMING - NULL EFFECTS OF TRANSFER

      Psicothema
    66. BUSHELL CM
      DISSOCIATED IDENTITY AND SEMANTIC PRIMING IN BROCA APHASIA - HOW CONTROLLED PROCESSING PRODUCES INHIBITORY SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Brain and language
    67. MIMURA M; GOODGLASS H; MILBERG W
      PRESERVED SEMANTIC PRIMING EFFECT IN ALEXIA

      Brain and language
    68. MEIRAN N
      IS READING-ABILITY RELATED TO ACTIVATION DUMPING SPEED - EVIDENCE FROM IMMEDIATE REPETITION PRIMING

      Memory & cognition
    69. REVONSUO A; LAINE M
      SEMANTIC PROCESSING WITHOUT CONSCIOUS UNDERSTANDING IN A GLOBAL APHASIC - EVIDENCE FROM AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS

      Cortex
    70. WARBURTON E; WISE RJS; PRICE CJ; WEILLER C; HADAR U; RAMSAY S; FRACKOWIAK RSJ
      NOUN AND VERB RETRIEVAL BY NORMAL SUBJECTS STUDIES WITH PET

      Brain
    71. BURT JS; MARDLE LI; HUMPHREYS MS
      EXPECTANCY-BASED ASSOCIATIVE AND IDENTITY PRIMING IN PRONUNCIATION

      Australian journal of psychology
    72. TENPENNY PL
      ABSTRACTIONIST VERSUS EPISODIC THEORIES OF REPETITION PRIMING AND WORD IDENTIFICATION

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    73. MOSS HE; TYLER LK
      INVESTIGATING SEMANTIC MEMORY IMPAIRMENTS - THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Memory
    74. OBER BA; SHENAUT GK; REED BR
      ASSESSMENT OF ASSOCIATIVE RELATIONS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - EVIDENCE FOR PRESERVATION OF SEMANTIC MEMORY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging and cognition
    75. PASSERIEUX C; HARDYBAYLE MC; WIDLOCHER D
      SEMANTIC INHIBITION DISORDERS IN SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS ASSESSED BY ALEXICAL DECISION TASK

      European psychiatry
    76. BLUM NA; FREIDES D
      INVESTIGATING THOUGHT-DISORDER IN SCHIZOPHRENIA WITH THE LEXICAL DECISION TASK

      Schizophrenia research
    77. RUGG MD; DOYLE MC; WELLS T
      WORD AND NONWORD REPETITION WITHIN-MODALITY AND ACROSS-MODALITY - AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    78. MILBERG W; BLUMSTEIN SE; KATZ D; GERSHBERG F; BROWN T
      SEMANTIC FACILITATION IN APHASIA - EFFECTS OF TIME AND EXPECTANCY

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    79. MEIRAN N; JELICIC M
      IMPLICIT MEMORY IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - A METAANALYSIS

      Neuropsychology
    80. MOSS HE; TYLER LK; HODGES JR; PATTERSON K
      EXPLORING THE LOSS OF SEMANTIC MEMORY IN SEMANTIC DEMENTIA - EVIDENCEFROM A PRIMED MONITORING STUDY

      Neuropsychology
    81. HANZE M; MEYER HA
      SEMANTIC PRIMING AND WORD REPETITION - THE 2 EFFECTS ARE BOTH ADDITIVE AND INTERACTIVE

      Psychological research
    82. MARSH RL; LANDAU JD
      ITEM AVAILABILITY IN CRYPTOMNESIA - ASSESSING ITS ROLE IN 2 PARADIGMSOF UNCONSCIOUS PLAGIARISM

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    83. GOSHENGOTTSTEIN Y; MOSCOVITCH M
      REPETITION PRIMING FOR NEWLY FORMED AND PREEXISTING ASSOCIATIONS - PERCEPTUAL AND CONCEPTUAL INFLUENCES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    84. VANVOORHIS BA; DARK VJ
      SEMANTIC MATCHING, RESPONSE-MODE, AND RESPONSE MAPPING AS CONTRIBUTORS TO RETROACTIVE AND PROACTIVE PRIMING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    85. STOLZ JA; NEELY JH
      WHEN TARGET DEGRADATION DOES AND DOES NOT ENHANCE SEMANTIC CONTEXT EFFECTS IN WORD RECOGNITION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    86. MASSON MEJ
      A DISTRIBUTED-MEMORY MODEL OF SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    87. ENGELKAMP J
      VISUAL RECOGNITION OF OBJECTS AND WORDS

      Sprache & Kognition
    88. ROTHERMUND K; WENTURA D; BRANDTSTADTER J
      PROTECTING SELF-ESTEEM BY SHIFTING THE SE MANTICS OF THE CONCEPT [[OLD]] IN OLD-AGE

      Sprache & Kognition
    89. BERENT I; PERFETTI CA
      A ROSE IS A REEZ - THE 2-CYCLES MODEL OF PHONOLOGY ASSEMBLY IN READING ENGLISH

      Psychological review
    90. RICHARDS L; CHIARELLO C
      DEPTH OF ASSOCIATED ACTIVATION IN THE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES - MEDIATEDVERSUS DIRECT PRIMING

      Neuropsychologia
    91. CONEY J; SERNA P
      CREATIVE-THINKING FROM AN INFORMATION-PROCESSING PERSPECTIVE - A NEW APPROACH TO MEDNICKS THEORY OF ASSOCIATIVE HIERARCHIES

      The Journal of creative behavior
    92. IMAI H
      SEMANTIC SYNTACTIC PRIMING EFFECTS AND TH EIR PROCESSING STAGES

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    93. REVONSUO A
      WORDS INTERACT WITH COLORS IN A GLOBALLY APHASIC PATIENT - EVIDENCE FROM A STROOP-LIKE TASK

      Cortex
    94. WOLTZ DJ; SHUTE VJ
      TIME-COURSE OF FORGETTING EXHIBITED IN REPETITION PRIMING OF SEMANTICCOMPARISONS

      The American journal of psychology
    95. CHERTKOW H; BUB D; BERGMAN H; BRUEMMER A; MERLING A; ROTHFLEISCH J
      INCREASED SEMANTIC PRIMING IN PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA OF THE ALZHEIMERS TYPE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    96. STIP E; LECOURS AR; CHERTKOW H; ELIE R; OCONNOR K
      INFLUENCE OF AFFECTIVE WORDS ON LEXICAL DECISION TASK IN MAJOR DEPRESSION

      Journal of psychiatry & neuroscience
    97. BRODEUR DA; LUPKER SJ
      INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF MULTIPLE PRIMES - AN ANALYSIS OF THEORETICAL MECHANISMS

      Psychological research
    98. 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
    99. HENIK A; FRIEDRICH FJ; TZELGOV J; TRAMER S
      CAPACITY DEMANDS OF AUTOMATIC PROCESSES IN SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Memory & cognition
    100. REUTER BM; SCHONLE PW; KURTHEN M
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN APHASIC PATIE NTS - AN N400 STUDY

      EEG-EMG


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