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    1. Chen, HC; Shu, H
      Lexical activation during the recognition of Chinese characters: Evidence against early phonological activation

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    2. Kunimoto, C; Miller, J; Pashler, H
      Confidence and accuracy of near-threshold discrimination responses

      CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION
    3. Hutchison, KA; Neely, JH; Johnson, JD
      With great expectations, can two "wrongs" prime a "right"?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    4. Dehaene, S; Naccache, L
      Towards a cognitive neuroscience of consciousness: basic evidence and a workspace framework

      COGNITION
    5. Merikle, PM; Smilek, D; Eastwood, JD
      Perception without awareness: perspectives from cognitive psychology

      COGNITION
    6. Besche-Richard, C; Passerieux, C
      Word recognition studies in schizophrenic patients.

      ANNEE PSYCHOLOGIQUE
    7. Abrams, RL; Greenwald, AG
      Parts outweigh the whole (word) in unconscious analysis of meaning

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    8. Kahan, TA
      Negative priming from masked words: Retrospective prime clarification or center-surround inhibition?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    9. Klinger, MR; Burton, PC; Pitts, GS
      Mechanisms of unconscious priming: I. Response competition, not spreading activation

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    10. Beeman, MJ; Bowden, EM
      The right hemisphere maintains solution-related activation for yet-to-be-solved problems

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    11. Janssen, E; Everaerd, W; Spiering, M; Janssen, J
      Automatic processes and the appraisal of sexual stimuli: Toward an information processing model of sexual arousal

      JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH
    12. Spinks, JA; Liu, Y; Perfetti, CA; Tan, LH
      Reading Chinese characters for meaning: the role of phonological information

      COGNITION
    13. Goldinger, SD
      Only the shadower knows: Comment on Hamburger and Slowiaczek (1996)

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    14. Zhou, XL; Marslen-Wilson, W
      The nature of sublexical processing in reading Chinese characters

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    15. Beauregard, M; Benhamou, J; Laurent, C; Chertkow, H
      Word priming without awareness: A new approach to circumvent explicit memory contamination

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    16. Mayer, B; Merckelbach, H
      Unconscious processes, subliminal stimulation, and anxiety

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    17. Ferrand, L
      Why naming takes longer than reading? The special case of Arabic numbers

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    18. STONE M; LADD SL; VAIDYA CJ; GABRIELI JDE
      WORD-IDENTIFICATION PRIMING FOR IGNORED AND ATTENDED WORDS

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    19. GREENWALD AG; DRAINE SC
      DISTINGUISHING UNCONSCIOUS FROM CONSCIOUS COGNITION - REASONABLE ASSUMPTIONS AND REPLICABLE FINDINGS - REPLY TO MERIKLE AND REINGOLD (1998)AND DOSHER (1998)

      Journal of experimental psychology. General
    20. GOLDINGER SD
      SIGNAL-DETECTION COMPARISONS OF PHONEMIC AND PHONETIC PRIMING - THE FLEXIBLE-BIAS PROBLEM

      Perception & psychophysics
    21. BOWDEN EM
      THE EFFECT OF REPORTABLE AND UNREPORTABLE HINTS ON ANAGRAM SOLUTION AND THE AHA - EXPERIENCE

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    22. WITTENBRINK B; JUDD CM; PARK B
      EVIDENCE FOR RACIAL PREJUDICE AT THE IMPLICIT LEVEL AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH QUESTIONNAIRE MEASURES

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    23. OLIVA A; SCHYNS PG
      COARSE BLOBS OR FINE EDGES - EVIDENCE THAT INFORMATION DIAGNOSTICITY CHANGES THE PERCEPTION OF COMPLEX VISUAL-STIMULI

      Cognitive psychology
    24. FERRAND L
      PICTURE NAMING - THEORIES AND DATA

      Annee Psychologique
    25. TZELGOV J; PORAT Z; HENIK A
      AUTOMATICITY AND CONSCIOUSNESS - IS PERCEIVING THE WORD NECESSARY FORREADING IT

      The American journal of psychology
    26. GUNTER TC; JACKSON JL; MULDER G
      FOCUSING ON AGING - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EXPLORATION OF SPATIAL AND ATTENTIONAL PROCESSING DURING READING

      Biological psychology
    27. COWAN N
      SHORT-TERM-MEMORY, WORKING-MEMORY, AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN LANGUAGE PROCESSING

      Topics in language disorders
    28. WENTURA D; GREVE W
      SELF-IMMUNIZATION - EVIDENCE OF AUTOMATIC SELF-STABILIZING CONCEPT ADAPTATION

      Zeitschrift fur Sozialpsychologie
    29. WELLS A; MATTHEWS G
      MODELING COGNITION IN EMOTIONAL DISORDER - THE S-REF MODEL

      Behaviour research and therapy
    30. HARTMAN M
      AGING AND INTERFERENCE - EVIDENCE FROM INDIRECT MEMORY TESTS

      Psychology and aging
    31. KLINGER MR; GREENWALD AG
      UNCONSCIOUS PRIMING OF ASSOCIATION JUDGMENTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    32. GREENWALD AG; SCHUH ES; KLINGER MR
      ACTIVATION BY MARGINALLY PERCEPTIBLE (SUBLIMINAL) STIMULI - DISSOCIATION OF UNCONSCIOUS FROM CONSCIOUS COGNITION

      Journal of experimental psychology. General
    33. CHIARELLO C; MAXFIELD L; KAHAN T; RICHARDS L
      ACTIVATION OF LEXICAL CODES FOR SIMULTANEOUSLY PRESENTED WORDS - MODULATION BY ATTENTION AND PATHWAY STRENGTH

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    34. ROBINSON P
      ATTENTION, MEMORY, AND THE NOTICING HYPOTHESIS

      Language learning
    35. JARVIK ME; GROSS TM; ROSENBLATT MR; STEIN RE
      ENHANCED LEXICAL PROCESSING OF SMOKING STIMULI DURING SMOKING ABSTINENCE

      Psychopharmacology
    36. HARTMAN M; DUSEK J
      DIRECT AND INDIRECT MEMORY TESTS - WHAT THEY REVEAL ABOUT AGE-DIFFERENCES IN INTERFERENCE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging and cognition
    37. DEBNER JA; JACOBY LL
      UNCONSCIOUS PERCEPTION - ATTENTION, AWARENESS, AND CONTROL

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    38. GLASER WR
      PICTURE NAMING

      Cognition
    39. GARRETT M
      DISORDERS OF LEXICAL SELECTION

      Cognition
    40. SNODGRASS M; SHEVRIN H; KOPKA M
      THE MEDIATION OF INTENTIONAL JUDGMENTS BY UNCONSCIOUS PERCEPTIONS - THE INFLUENCES OF TASK STRATEGY, TASK PREFERENCE, WORD MEANING, AND MOTIVATION

      Consciousness and cognition
    41. BROWN JC; NIINIKOSKI J; DUKE LW
      GENERATION EFFECT AND FREQUENCY JUDGMENT IN YOUNG AND ELDERLY ADULTS

      Experimental aging research
    42. SECRIST GE; HARTMAN BO
      SITUATIONAL AWARENESS - THE TRAINABILITY OF THE NEAR-THRESHOLD INFORMATION ACQUISITION DIMENSION

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    43. MURPHY ST; ZAJONC RB
      AFFECT, COGNITION, AND AWARENESS - AFFECTIVE PRIMING WITH OPTIMAL ANDSUBOPTIMAL STIMULUS EXPOSURES

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    44. VOLLMER F
      INTENTIONAL ACTION AND UNCONSCIOUS REASONS

      Journal for the theory of social behaviour


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