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    1. Reimer, JF; Brown, JS; Lorsbach, TC
      Orthographically mediated inhibition effects: Evidence of activational feedback during visual word recognition

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    2. Moritz, S; Mersmann, K; Kloss, M; Jacobsen, D; Andresen, B; Krausz, M; Pawlik, K; Naber, D
      Enhanced semantic priming in thought-disordered schizophrenic patients using a word pronunciation task

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    3. Birdsong, D; Molis, M
      On the evidence for maturational constraints in second-language acquisition

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    4. Jared, D; Kroll, JF
      Do bilinguals activate phonological representations in one or both of their languages when naming words?

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    5. Hoschel, K; Irle, E
      Emotional priming of facial affect identification in schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN
    6. Caramazza, A; Costa, A; Miozzo, M; Bi, YC
      The specific-word frequency effect: Implications for the representation ofhomophones in speech production

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    7. Andrews, S; Heathcote, A
      Distinguishing common and task-specific processes in word identification: A matter of some moment?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    8. Taylor, TE; Lupker, SJ
      Sequential effects in naming: A time-criterion account

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    9. Klauer, KC; Musch, J
      Does sunshine prime loyal? Affective priming in the naming task

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Wurm, LH; Vakoch, DA; Strasser, MR; Calin-Jageman, R; Ross, SE
      Speech perception and vocal expression of emotion

      COGNITION & EMOTION
    11. Farrar, WT; Van Orden, GC; Hamouz, V
      When SOFA primes TOUCH: Interdependence of spelling, sound, and meaning in"semantically mediated" phonological priming

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    12. 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
    13. Bavin, L; Wagner, M; Cohen, R; Rockstroh, B
      Increased semantic and repetition priming in schizophrenic patients

      JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
    14. Ostendorf, M
      Incorporating linguistic theories of pronunciation variation into speech-recognition models

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES
    15. Borowsky, R; Besner, D
      Lexical access codes in visual word recognition: Are the joint effects of context and stimulus quality diagnostic?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    16. Kukulska-Hulme, A
      Communication with users: insights from second language acquisition

      INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS
    17. 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
    18. Algieri, A; Pattison, R; Shumway, SE
      A guide to the pronunciation of the scientific names for harmful algae

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    19. Pilotti, M; Balota, DA; Sommers, M; Khurshid, A
      Auditory habituation in young and older adults: The verbal transformation effect

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    20. Rastle, K; Coltheart, M
      Lexical and nonlexical print-to-sound translation of disyllabic words and nonwords

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    21. Grainger, J; Spinelli, E; Ferrand, L
      Effects of baseword frequency and orthographic neighborhood size in pseudohomophone naming

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    22. 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
    23. Wentura, D
      Dissociative affective and associative priming effects in the lexical decision task: Yes versus no responses to word targets reveal evaluative judgment tendencies

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    24. Zevin, JD; Balota, DA
      Priming and attentional control of lexical and sublexical pathways during naming

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    25. Tehan, G; Lalor, DM
      Individual differences in memory span: The contribution of rehearsal, access to lexical memory, and output speed

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Neumeyer, L; Franco, H; Digalakis, V; Weintraub, M
      Automatic scoring of pronunciation quality

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    27. Witt, SM; Young, SJ
      Phone-level pronunciation scoring and assessment for interactive language learning

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    28. Cucchiarini, C; Strik, H; Boves, L
      Different aspects of expert pronunciation quality ratings and their relation to scores produced by speech recognition algorithms

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    29. Franco, H; Neumeyer, L; Digalakis, V; Ronen, O
      Combination of machine scores for automatic grading of pronunciation quality

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    30. Kawai, G; Hirose, K
      Teaching the pronunciation of Japanese double-mora phonemes using speech recognition technology

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    31. Kello, CT; Plaut, DC; MacWhinney, B
      The task dependence of staged versus cascaded processing: An empirical andcomputational study of stroop interference in speech production

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    32. Rastle, K; Harrington, J; Coltheart, M; Palethorpe, S
      Reading aloud begins when the computation of phonology is complete

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    33. Zorzi, M
      Serial processing in reading aloud: No challenge for a parallel model

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    34. Joubert, SA; Lecours, AR
      The role of sublexical graphemic processing in reading

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    35. Balota, DA; Law, MB; Zevin, JD
      The attentional control of lexical processing pathways: Reversing the wordfrequency effect

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    36. Hyltenstam, K; Abrahamsson, N
      Who can become native-like in a second language? All, some, or none? On the maturational constraints controversy in second language acquisition

      STUDIA LINGUISTICA
    37. Cheung, H; Kemper, S; Leung, E
      A phonological account for the cross-language variation in working memory processing

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RECORD
    38. Johnson, J; Prior, S; Artuso, M
      Field dependence as a factor in second language communicative production

      LANGUAGE LEARNING
    39. Titone, D; Levy, DL; Holzman, PS
      Contextual insensitivity in schizophrenic language processing: Evidence from lexical ambiguity

      JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
    40. Juang, BH; Furui, S
      Automatic recognition and understanding of spoken language - A first step toward natural human-machine communication

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE
    41. Stevens, JJ
      On the labiodental pronunciation of Spanish (b) among teachers of Spanish as a second language

      HISPANIA-A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE TEACHING OF SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE
    42. Colombo, L; Brivio, C; Benaglio, I; Siri, S; Cappa, SF
      Alzheimer patients' ability to read words with irregular stress

      CORTEX
    43. Balota, DA; Watson, JM; Duchek, JM; Ferraro, FR
      Cross-modal semantic and homograph priming in healthy young, healthy old, and in Alzheimer's disease individuals

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    44. Kwantes, PJ; Mewhort, DJK
      Modeling lexical decision and word naming as a retrieval process

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    45. Poole, JH; Ober, BA; Shenaut, GK; Vinogradov, S
      Independent frontal-system deficits in schizophrenia: cognitive, clinical,and adaptive implications

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH-NEUROIMAGING
    46. Gottardo, A; Chiappe, P; Siegel, LS; Stanovich, KE
      Patterns of word and nonword processing in skilled and less-skilled readers

      READING AND WRITING
    47. Barch, DM; Carter, CS; Perlstein, W; Baird, J; Cohen, JD; Schooler, N
      Increased Stroop facilitation effects in schizophrenia are not due to increased automatic spreading activation

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    48. Pexman, PM; Cristi, C; Lupker, SJ
      Facilitation and interference from formally similar word primes in a naming task

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    49. Peereman, R; Content, A
      LEXOP: A lexical database providing orthography-phonology statistics for French monosyllabic words

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    50. Plaut, DC
      A connectionist approach to word reading and acquired dyslexia: Extension to sequential processing

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    51. Bennett, DJ; McEvoy, CL
      Mediated priming in younger and older adults

      EXPERIMENTAL AGING RESEARCH
    52. Dalrymple-Alford, EC; Marmurek, HHC
      Semantic priming in fully recurrent network models of lexical knowledge

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    53. Kawamoto, AH; Kello, CT; Higareda, I; Vu, JVQ
      Parallel processing and initial phoneme criterion in naming words: Evidence from frequency effects on onset and rime duration

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    54. Pecher, D; Raaijmakers, JGW
      Automatic priming effects for new associations in lexical decision and perceptual identification

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    55. Saint-Aubin, J; Poirier, R
      Semantic similarity and immediate serial recall: Is there a detrimental effect on order information?

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    56. Ferrier, LJ; Reid, LN; Chenausky, K
      Computer-assisted accent modification: A report on practice effects

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    57. Langdon, HW
      Foreign accent: Implications for delivery of speech and language services

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    58. Adda-Decker, M; Lamel, L
      Pronunciation variants across system configuration, language and speaking style

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    59. Bacchiani, M; Ostendorf, M
      Joint lexicon, acoustic unit inventory and model design

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    60. Cremelie, N; Martens, JP
      In search of better pronunciation models for speech recognition

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    61. Fosler-Lussier, E; Morgan, N
      Effects of speaking rate and word frequency on pronunciations in convertional speech

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    62. Greenberg, S
      Speaking in shorthand - A syllable-centric perspective for understanding pronunciation variation

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    63. Holter, T; Svendsen, T
      Maximum likelihood modelling of pronunciation variation

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    64. Kessens, JM; Wester, M; Strik, H
      Improving the performance of a Dutch CSR by modeling within-word and cross-word pronunciation variation

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    65. Riley, M; Byrne, W; Finke, M; Khudanpur, S; Ljolje, A; McDonough, J; Nock, H; Saraclar, M; Wooters, C; Zavaliagkos, G
      Stochastic pronunciation modelling from hand-labelled phonetic corpora

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    66. Strik, H; Cucchiarini, C
      Modeling pronunciation variation for ASR: A survey of the literature

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    67. Fukada, T; Yoshimura, T; Sagisaka, Y
      Automatic generation of multiple pronunciations based on neural networks

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    68. Balota, DA; Spieler, DH
      Word frequency, repetition, and lexicality effects in word recognition tasks: Beyond measures of central tendency

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    69. Lukatela, G; Frost, SJ; Turvey, MT
      Identity priming in English is compromised by phonological ambiguity

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    70. Fushimi, T; Ijuin, M; Patterson, K; Tatsumi, IF
      Consistency, frequency, and lexicality effects in naming Japanese Kanji

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    71. Doyle, CC
      Is it "a utopia" or "an utopia"?

      MOREANA
    72. 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
    73. Ijuin, M; Fushimi, T; Patterson, K; Tatsumi, I
      A connectionist approach to Japanese kanji word naming

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    74. Leather, J
      Second-language speech research: An introduction

      LANGUAGE LEARNING
    75. Munro, MJ; Derwing, TM
      Foreign accent, comprehensibility, and intelligibility in the speech of second language learners

      LANGUAGE LEARNING
    76. Hennessey, NW; Kirsner, K
      The role of sub-lexical orthography in naming: a performance and acoustic analysis

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    77. Kawamoto, AH; Goeltz, K; Agbayani, JT; Groel, K
      Locus of semantic priming effects in speeded naming

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    78. Seidenberg, MS; Plaut, DC
      Evaluating word-reading models at the item level: Matching the grain of theory and data

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    79. Davies, PD
      Automatic semantic priming: The contribution of lexical- and semantic-level processes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    80. ROTHERMUND K; WENTURA D
      AN UNBIASED TEST OF A SPREADING ACTIVATION ACCOUNT OF AFFECTIVE PRIMING - ANALYSIS OF AFFECTIVE CONGRUENCY EFFECTS IN THE STROOP TASK

      Zeitschrift fur experimentelle Psychologie
    81. Wydell, TN
      What matters in kanji word naming: Consistency, regularity, or On/Kun-reading difference?

      READING AND WRITING
    82. MacKay, DG; Abrams, L
      Age-linked declines in retrieving orthographic knowledge: Empirical, practical, and theoretical implications

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    83. BACHOUDLEVI AC; DUPOUX E; COHEN L; MEHLER J
      WHERE IS THE LENGTH EFFECT - A CROSS-LINGUISTIC STUDY OF SPEECH PRODUCTION

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    84. PEEREMAN R; CONTENT A; BONIN P
      IS PERCEPTION A 2-WAY STREET - THE CASE OF FEEDBACK CONSISTENCY IN VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    85. THOMPSONSCHILL SL; KURTZ KJ; GABRIELI JDE
      EFFECTS OF SEMANTIC AND ASSOCIATIVE RELATEDNESS ON AUTOMATIC PRIMING

      Journal of memory and language
    86. KELLO CT; KAWAMOTO AH
      RUNWORD - AN IBM-PC SOFTWARE PACKAGE FOR THE COLLECTION AND ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF SPEEDED NAMING RESPONSES

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    87. PEXMAN PM; LUPKER SJ
      WORD NAMING AND MEMORY LOAD - STILL SEARCHING FOR AN INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES EXPLANATION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    88. BERNSTEIN SE; DESHON RP; CARR TH
      CONCURRENT TASK DEMANDS AND INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF READING - DISCRIMINATING ARTIFACTS FROM REAL MCCOYS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    89. PAAP KR; HERDMAN CM
      HIGHLY SKILLED PARTICIPANTS AND FAILURES TO REDIRECT ATTENTION - 2 PLAUSIBLE REASONS FOR FAILING TO REPLICATE PAAP AND NOELS EFFECT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    90. PERFETTI CA; TAN LH
      THE TIME-COURSE OF GRAPHIC, PHONOLOGICAL, AND SEMANTIC ACTIVATION IN CHINESE CHARACTER IDENTIFICATION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    91. LESCH MF; MARTIN RC
      THE REPRESENTATION OF SUBLEXICAL ORTHOGRAPHIC-PHONOLOGICAL CORRESPONDENCES - EVIDENCE FROM PHONOLOGICAL DYSLEXIA

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    92. RISTAD ES; YIANILOS PN
      LEARNING STRING-EDIT DISTANCE

      IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence
    93. SEIDENBERG MS; HOEFFNER JH
      EVALUATING BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROIMAGING DATA ON PAST TENSE PROCESSING

      Language
    94. 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
    95. 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
    96. LOGAN GD; ZBRODOFF NJ
      STROOP-TYPE INTERFERENCE - CONGRUITY EFFECTS IN COLOR NAMING WITH TYPEWRITTEN RESPONSES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    97. JOB R; PERESSOTTI F; CUSINATO A
      LEXICAL EFFECTS IN NAMING PSEUDOWORDS IN SHALLOW ORTHOGRAPHIES - FURTHER EMPIRICAL-DATA

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    98. FARRAR WT
      INVESTIGATING SINGLE-WORD SYNTACTIC PRIMES IN NAMING TASKS - A RECURRENT NETWORK APPROACH

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    99. TAFT M; MEUNIER F
      LEXICAL REPRESENTATION OF GENDER - A QUASI-REGULAR DOMAIN

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    100. KELLY MH; MORRIS J; VERREKIA L
      ORTHOGRAPHIC CUES TO LEXICAL STRESS - EFFECTS ON NAMING AND LEXICAL DECISION

      Memory & cognition


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