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    1. Thorn, ASC; Gathercole, SE
      Language differences in verbal short-term memory do not exclusively originate in the process of subvocal rehearsal

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    2. Kessler, B; Treiman, R
      Relationships between sounds and letters in English monosyllables

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    3. Humphreys, GW; Mayall, K
      A peripheral reading deficit under conditions of diffuse visual attention

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    4. Frisch, SA; Large, NR; Pisoni, DB
      Perception of wordlikeness: Effects of segment probability and length on the processing of nonwords

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    5. Rastle, K; Coltheart, M
      Lexical and nonlexical print-to-sound translation of disyllabic words and nonwords

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    6. Duncan, LG; Seymour, PHK; Hill, S
      A small-to-large unit progression in metaphonological awareness and reading?

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    7. 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
    8. Joubert, SA; Lecours, AR
      The role of sublexical graphemic processing in reading

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    9. Rey, A; Ziegler, JC; Jacobs, AM
      Graphemes are perceptual reading units

      COGNITION
    10. Kinjo, H; Snodgrass, JG
      Does the generation effect occur for pictures?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    11. Dorfman, J
      Unitization of sublexical components in implicit memory for novel words

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    12. Vitevitch, MS; Luce, PA
      Probabilistic phonotactics and neighborhood activation in spoken word recognition

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    13. Gathercole, SE; Frankish, CR; Pickering, SJ; Peaker, S
      Phonotactic influences on short-term memory

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    14. Thorn, ASC; Gathercole, SE
      Language-specific knowledge and short-term memory in bilingual and non-bilingual children

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Stuart, M; Masterson, J; Dixon, M; Quinlan, P
      Inferring sublexical correspondences from sight vocabulary: Evidence from 6-and 7-year-olds

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Glosser, G; Kohn, SE; Sands, L; Grugan, PK; Friedman, RB
      Impaired spelling in Alzheimer's disease: a linguistic deficit?

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    17. Pacton, S; Fayol, M; Perruchet, P
      Learning to spell French: regular orthographic patterns

      LANGUE FRANCAISE
    18. Goswami, U
      Orthographic analogies and phonological priming: A comment on Bowey, Vaughan, and Hansen (1998)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    19. BADDELEY A
      WORKING-MEMORY

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    20. SERVICE E
      THE EFFECT OF WORD-LENGTH ON IMMEDIATE SERIAL-RECALL DEPENDS ON PHONOLOGICAL COMPLEXITY, NOT ARTICULATORY DURATION

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    21. ZORZI M; HOUGHTON G; BUTTERWORTH B
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPELLING-SOUND RELATIONSHIPS IN A MODEL OF PHONOLOGICAL READING

      Language and cognitive processes
    22. MCKONE E
      THE DECAY OF SHORT-TERM IMPLICIT MEMORY - UNPACKING LAG

      Memory & cognition
    23. BOWEY JA; VAUGHAN L; HANSEN J
      BEGINNING READERS USE OF ORTHOGRAPHIC ANALOGIES IN WORD READING

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    24. SPRENGERCHAROLLES L; SIEGEL LS; BONNET P
      READING AND SPELLING ACQUISITION IN FRENCH - THE ROLE OF PHONOLOGICALMEDIATION AND ORTHOGRAPHIC FACTORS

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    25. DEAVERS RP; BROWN GDA
      RULES VERSUS ANALOGIES IN CHILDRENS SPELLING - EVIDENCE FOR TASK DEPENDENCE

      Reading & writing
    26. HAMANN SB; SQUIRE LR
      INTACT PRIMING FOR NOVEL PERCEPTUAL REPRESENTATIONS IN AMNESIA

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    27. HERRON DT; BATES EA
      SENTENTIAL AND ACOUSTIC FACTORS IN THE RECOGNITION OF OPEN-AND CLOSED-CLASS WORDS

      Journal of memory and language
    28. MAYALL K; HUMPHREYS GW; OLSON A
      DISRUPTION TO WORD OR LETTER PROCESSING - THE ORIGINS OF CASE-MIXING EFFECTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    29. VANBON WHJ; VANDERPIJL JML
      EFFECTS OF WORD-LENGTH AND WORDLIKENESS ON PSEUDOWORD REPETITION BY POOR AND NORMAL READERS

      Applied psycholinguistics
    30. LADAVAS E; SHALLICE T; ZANELLA MT
      PRESERVED SEMANTIC ACCESS IN NEGLECT DYSLEXIA

      Neuropsychologia
    31. GATHERCOLE SE; HITCH GJ; SERVICE E; MARTIN AJ
      PHONOLOGICAL SHORT-TERM-MEMORY AND NEW WORD LEARNING IN CHILDREN

      Developmental psychology
    32. BOWEY JA
      PHONOLOGICAL RECODING OF NON-WORD ORTHOGRAPHIC RIME PRIMES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    33. MAPELLI D; UMILTA C; NICOLETTI R; FANINI A; CAPEZZANI L
      PRELEXICAL SPATIAL REPRESENTATIONS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    34. GRANT J; KARMILOFFSMITH A; BERTHOUD I; CHRISTOPHE A
      IS THE LANGUAGE OF PEOPLE WITH WILLIAMS-SYNDROME MERE MIMICRY - PHONOLOGICAL SHORT-TERM-MEMORY IN A FOREIGN-LANGUAGE

      Cahiers de psychologie cognitive
    35. BOWEY JA
      ORTHOGRAPHIC ONSETS AS FUNCTIONAL UNITS OF ADULT WORD RECOGNITION

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    36. PRINZMETAL W; LYON CE
      THE WORD-DETECTION EFFECT - SOPHISTICATED GUESSING OR PERCEPTUAL ENHANCEMENT

      Memory & cognition
    37. HANLEY JR; KAY J
      READING SPEED IN PURE ALEXIA

      Neuropsychologia
    38. NATION K; HULME C
      THE AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION OF SOUND-LETTER KNOWLEDGE - AN ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATION OF ANALOGY AND PRIMING EFFECTS IN EARLY SPELLING DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    39. THOMPSON GB; COTTRELL DS; FLETCHERFLINN CM
      SUBLEXICAL ORTHOGRAPHIC-PHONOLOGICAL RELATIONS EARLY IN THE ACQUISITION OF READING - THE KNOWLEDGE SOURCES ACCOUNT

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    40. NASLUND JC; SCHNEIDER W
      KINDERGARTEN LETTER KNOWLEDGE, PHONOLOGICAL SKILLS, AND MEMORY PROCESSES - RELATIVE EFFECTS ON EARLY LITERACY

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    41. COLTHEART V; LEAHY J
      PROCEDURES USED BY BEGINNING AND SKILLED READERS TO READ UNFAMILIAR LETTER STRINGS

      Australian journal of psychology
    42. LEBRUN Y
      LOOKING WITH ONES MINDS EYE

      European journal of disorders of communication
    43. VALDOIS S; GERARD C; VANAULT P; DUGAS M
      PERIPHERAL DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA - A VISUAL ATTENTIONAL ACCOUNT

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    44. MICHAS IC; HENRY LA
      THE LINK BETWEEN PHONOLOGICAL MEMORY AND VOCABULARY ACQUISITION

      British journal of developmental psychology
    45. BUXBAUM LJ; COSLETT HB
      NEGLECT OF CHIMERIC FIGURES - 2 HALVES ARE BETTER THAN A WHOLE

      Neuropsychologia
    46. BOWEY JA; HANSEN J
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF ORTHOGRAPHIC RIMES AS UNITS OF WORD RECOGNITION

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    47. FOOS PW; MORA JJ; TKACZ S
      STUDENT STUDY TECHNIQUES AND THE GENERATION EFFECT

      Journal of educational psychology
    48. ELLIS N; BEATON A
      FACTORS AFFECTING THE LEARNING OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE VOCABULARY - IMAGERY KEYWORD MEDIATORS AND PHONOLOGICAL SHORT-TERM-MEMORY

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    49. SCHNEIDER VI; HEALY AF
      DETECTING PHONEMES AND LETTERS IN TEXT - INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DIFFERENT TYPES AND LEVELS OF PROCESSES

      Memory & cognition
    50. CARROLL M; NELSON TO
      FAILURE TO OBTAIN A GENERATION EFFECT DURING NATURALISTIC LEARNING

      Memory & cognition
    51. DOLLAGHAN C; BIBER M; CAMPBELL T
      CONSTITUENT SYLLABLE EFFECTS IN A NONSENSE-WORD REPETITION TASK

      Journal of speech and hearing research


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