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    1. Bodner, GE; Masson, MEJ
      Prime validity affects masked repetition priming: Evidence for an episodicresource account of priming

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    2. Bell, EE; Chenery, HJ; Ingram, JCL
      Semantic priming in Alzheimer's dementia: Evidence for dissociation of automatic and attentional processes

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    3. Besche-Richard, C; Passerieux, C
      Word recognition studies in schizophrenic patients.

      ANNEE PSYCHOLOGIQUE
    4. Anderson, AJ; Vingrys, AJ
      Effect of stimulus duration in flicker perimetry

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY
    5. Zele, AJ; Vingrys, AJ
      Flicker adaptation can be explained by probability summation between ON- and OFF-mechanisms

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY
    6. Lucas, M
      Semantic priming without association: A meta-analytic review

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    7. Takegata, R; Morotomi, T
      Integrated neural representation of sound and temporal features in human auditory sensory memory: an event-related potential study

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    8. TANAKA Y; SAGI D
      LONG-LASTING, LONG-RANGE DETECTION FACILITATION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    9. FERRAND L; HUMPHREYS GW; SEGUI J
      MASKED REPETITION AND PHONOLOGICAL PRIMING IN PICTURE NAMING

      Perception & psychophysics
    10. HAGOORT P
      SEMANTIC PRIMING IN BROCAS APHASICS AT A SHORT SOA - NO SUPPORT FOR AN AUTOMATIC ACCESS DEFICIT

      Brain and language
    11. KOIVISTO M
      TIME-COURSE OF SEMANTIC ACTIVATION IN THE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES

      Neuropsychologia
    12. NAKANO Y
      FACILITATION EFFECTS OF AN AUDITORY ACCES SORY STIMULUS ON VISUAL REACTION-TIME

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    13. WENTURA D; GREVE W
      SELF-IMMUNIZATION - EVIDENCE OF AUTOMATIC SELF-STABILIZING CONCEPT ADAPTATION

      Zeitschrift fur Sozialpsychologie
    14. HAGOORT P; BROWN CM; SWAAB TY
      LEXICAL-SEMANTIC EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL EFFECTS IN PATIENTS WITH LEFT-HEMISPHERE LESIONS AND APHASIA, AND PATIENTS WITH RIGHT-HEMISPHERE LESIONS WITHOUT APHASIA

      Brain
    15. 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
    16. ROTHERMUND K; WENTURA D; BRANDTSTADTER J
      PROTECTING SELF-ESTEEM BY SHIFTING THE SE MANTICS OF THE CONCEPT [[OLD]] IN OLD-AGE

      Sprache & Kognition
    17. DREWS E; ZWITSERLOOD P
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND ORTHOGRAPHIC SIMILARITY IN VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    18. VONWIEGAND TE; HOOD DC; GRAHAM N
      TESTING A COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF LIGHT-ADAPTATION DYNAMICS

      Vision research
    19. IMAI H
      SEMANTIC SYNTACTIC PRIMING EFFECTS AND TH EIR PROCESSING STAGES

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    20. HOORMANN J; FALKENSTEIN M; HOHNSBEIN J
      EFFECT OF SELECTIVE ATTENTION ON THE LATENCY OF HUMAN FREQUENCY-FOLLOWING POTENTIALS

      NeuroReport
    21. BURT JS
      IDENTITY PRIMES PRODUCE FACILITATION IN A COLOR NAMING TASK

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    22. FERRAND L; GRAINGER J; SEGUI J
      A STUDY OF MASKED FORM PRIMING IN PICTURE AND WORD NAMING

      Memory & cognition
    23. HAGOORT P
      IMPAIRMENTS OF LEXICAL SEMANTIC PROCESSING IN APHASIA - EVIDENCE FROMTHE PROCESSING OF LEXICAL AMBIGUITIES

      Brain and language
    24. NISHIDA S
      SPATIOTEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF MOTION PERCEPTION FOR RANDOM-CHECK CONTRAST MODULATIONS

      Vision research
    25. BOULTON JC; BAKER CL
      DEPENDENCE ON STIMULUS ONSET ASYNCHRONY IN APPARENT MOTION - EVIDENCEFOR 2 MECHANISMS

      Vision research


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