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    1. McCarthy, RA; Warrington, EK
      Repeating without semantics: Surface dysphasia?

      NEUROCASE
    2. Kemps, E
      Complexity effects in visuo-spatial working memory: Implications for the role of long-term memory

      MEMORY
    3. Assadollahi, R; Pulvermuller, F
      Neuromagnetic evidence for early access to cognitive representations

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Garlock, VM; Walley, AC; Metsala, JL
      Age-of-acquisition, word frequency, and neighborhood density effects on spoken word recognition by children and adults

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    5. Barry, C; Hirsh, KW; Johnston, RA; Williams, CL
      Age of acquisition, word frequency, and the locus of repetition priming ofpicture naming

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    6. Hintzman, DL
      Judgments of frequency and recency: How they relate to reports of subjective awareness

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    7. Westerman, DL
      The role of familiarity in item recognition, associative recognition, and plurality recognition on self-paced and speeded tests

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    8. Nation, K; Marshall, CM; Snowling, MJ
      Phonological and semantic contributions to children's picture naming skill: Evidence from children with developmental reading disorders

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    9. Ybarra, O; Chan, E; Park, D
      Young and old adults' concerns about morality and competence

      MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
    10. Saint-Aubin, J; Klein, RM
      Influence of parafoveal processing on the missing-letter effect

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    11. Rotello, CM
      Recall processes in recognition memory

      PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MOTIVATION: ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND THEORY, VOL 40
    12. Takahashi, T; Schwanenflugel, PJ
      Processing units for morphologically complex verbs in Japanese

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    13. Behrmann, M; Shomstein, SS; Black, SE; Barton, JJS
      The eye movements of pure alexic patients during reading and nonreading tasks

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    14. Marshall, J; Pring, T; Chiat, S; Robson, J
      When ottoman is easier than chair: An inverse frequency effect in jargon aphasia

      CORTEX
    15. Lewis, MB; Gerhand, S; Ellis, HD
      Re-evaluating age-of-acquisition effects: are they simply cumulative-frequency effects?

      COGNITION
    16. Lambert, E; Chesnet, D
      NOVLEX. A lexical database for elementary school students

      ANNEE PSYCHOLOGIQUE
    17. Liversedge, SP; Findlay, JM
      Saccadic eye movements and cognition

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    18. Muller-Gass, A; Gonthier, I; Desrochers, A; Campbell, KB
      Multiple P3 evidence of a two-stage process word gender decision

      NEUROREPORT
    19. Mulligan, NW
      Perceptual interference and memory for order

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    20. Rotello, CM; Macmillan, NA; Van Tassel, G
      Recall-to-reject in recognition: Evidence from ROC curves

      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. Cycowicz, YM
      Memory development and event-related brain potentials in children

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    23. Ellis, AW; Ralph, MAL
      Age of acquisition effects in adult lexical processing reflect loss of plasticity in maturing systems: Insights from connectionist networks

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    24. Engelkamp, J; Dehn, DM
      Item and order information in subject-performed tasks and experimenter-performed tasks

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    25. Rayner, K; Kambe, G; Duffy, SA
      The effect of clause wrap-up on eye movements during reading

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Turner, JE; Henry, LA; Smith, PT
      The development of the use of long-term knowledge to assist short-term recall

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    27. LaPlante, D; Ambady, N
      Multiple messages: Facial recognition advantage for compound expressions

      JOURNAL OF NONVERBAL BEHAVIOR
    28. Mewhort, DJK; Johns, EE
      The extralist-feature effect: Evidence against item matching in short-termrecognition memory

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    29. Laws, KR
      Category-specific naming errors in normal subjects: The influence of evolution and experience

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    30. Kemmerer, D; Tranel, D
      Verb retrieval in brain-damaged subjects: 1. Analysis of stimulus, lexical, and conceptual factors

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    31. Li, XJ; Schweickert, R; Gandour, J
      The phonological similarity effect in immediate recall: Positions of shared phonemes

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    32. Rotello, CM; Heit, E
      Associative recognition: A case of recall-to-reject processing

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    33. Westerman, DL
      Recollection-based recognition eliminates the revelation effect in memory

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    34. Cameron, TE; Hockley, WE
      The revelation effect for item and associative recognition: Familiarity versus recollection

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    35. Pind, J; Jonsdottir, H; Gissurardottir, H; Jonsson, F
      Icelandic norms for the Snodgrass and Vanderwart (1980) pictures: Name andimage agreement, familiarity, and age of acquisition

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    36. Ghyselinck, M; De Moor, W; Brysbaert, M
      Age-of-acquisition ratings for 2816 Dutch four- and five-letter nouns

      PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA
    37. De Moor, W; Ghyselinck, M; Brysbaert, M
      A validation study of the age-of-acquisition norms collected by Ghyselinck, De Moor, & Brysbaert

      PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA
    38. Sereno, SC; Rayner, K
      Spelling-sound regularity effects on eye fixations in reading

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    39. Bell, BD; Davies, KG; Hermann, BP; Walters, G
      Confrontation naming after anterior temporal lobectomy is related to age of acquisition of the object names

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    40. Brysbaert, M; Van Wijnendaele, I; De Deyne, S
      Age-of-acquisition effects in semantic processing tasks

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    41. Chasteen, AL; Pratt, J
      The effect of inhibition of return on lexical access

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    42. Ruchkin, DS; Berndt, RS; Johnson, R; Grafman, J; Ritter, W; Canoune, HL
      Lexical contributions to retention of verbal information in working memory: Event-related brain potential evidence

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    43. Cuetos, F; Ellis, AW; Alvarez, B
      Naming times for the Snodgrass and Vanderwart pictures in Spanish

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    44. Proctor, RW; Vu, KPL
      Index of norms and ratings published in the Psychonomic Society journals

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    45. Humphreys, GW; Price, CJ; Riddoch, MJ
      From objects to names: A cognitive neuroscience approach

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    46. 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
    47. Morrisette, ML
      Lexical characteristics of sound change

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    48. Doost, HTN; Moradi, AR; Taghavi, MR; Yule, W; Dalgleish, T
      The development of a corpus of emotional words produced by children and adolescents

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    49. Hockley, WE; Consoli, A
      Familiarity and recollection in item and associative recognition

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    50. Tamaoka, K; Takahashi, N
      The effects of word frequency and orthographic complexity on the writing process of Japanese two-morpheme compound words

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    51. Caza, N; Belleville, S
      Semantic contribution to immediate serial recall using an unlimited set ofitems: Evidence for a multi-level capacity view of short-term memory

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    52. Saint-Aubin, J; Poirier, M
      The influence of long-term memory factors on immediate serial recall: An item and order analysis

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    53. Lewandowsky, S
      Redintegration and response suppression in serial recall: A dynamic network model

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    54. Cuetos, F; Ellis, AW
      Visual paralexias in a Spanish-speaking patient with acquired dyslexia: A consequence of visual and semantic impairments?

      CORTEX
    55. Lewis, MB
      Age of acquisition in face categorisation: is there an instance-based account?

      COGNITION
    56. La Heij, W; Puerta-Melguizo, MC; van Oostrum, M; Starreveld, PA
      Picture naming: identical priming and word frequency interact

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    57. CROWE SF
      DECREASE IN PERFORMANCE ON THE VERBAL FLUENCY TEST AS A FUNCTION OF TIME - EVALUATION IN A YOUNG HEALTHY SAMPLE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    58. 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)
    59. ARNDT J; HIRSHMAN E
      TRUE AND FALSE RECOGNITION IN MINERVA2 - EXPLANATIONS FROM A GLOBAL MATCHING PERSPECTIVE

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    60. STRETCH V; WIXTED JT
      ON THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STRENGTH-BASED AND FREQUENCY-BASED MIRROR EFFECTS IN RECOGNITION MEMORY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    61. HICKS JL; MARSH RL
      A DECREMENT-TO-FAMILIARITY INTERPRETATION OF THE REVELATION EFFECT FROM FORCED-CHOICE TESTS OF RECOGNITION MEMORY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    62. MOORE V; VALENTINE T
      THE EFFECT OF AGE OF ACQUISITION ON SPEED AND ACCURACY OF NAMING FAMOUS FACES

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    63. LOGAN GD; ZBRODOFF NJ
      STROOP-TYPE INTERFERENCE - CONGRUITY EFFECTS IN COLOR NAMING WITH TYPEWRITTEN RESPONSES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    64. HODGSON C; ELLIS AW
      LAST IN, FIRST TO GO - AGE OF ACQUISITION AND NAMING IN THE ELDERLY

      Brain and language (Print)
    65. MILLIS KK; SIMON S; TENBROEK NS
      RESOURCE-ALLOCATION DURING THE REREADING OF SCIENTIFIC TEXTS

      Memory & cognition
    66. FERNANDEZ G; WEYERTS H; TENDOLKAR I; SMID HGOM; SCHOLZ M; HEINZE HJ
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS OF VERBAL ENCODING INTO EPISODIC MEMORY - DISSOCIATION BETWEEN THE EFFECTS OF SUBSEQUENT MEMORY PERFORMANCE AND DISTINCTIVENESS

      Psychophysiology
    67. Yamada, J; Takashima, H; Yamazaki, M
      Effect of ease-of-acquisition on naming latency for Japanese Kanji: A reanalysis of Yamazaki, et al.'s (1997) data

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    68. MEYER AS; SLEIDERINK AM; LEVELT WJM
      VIEWING AND NAMING OBJECTS - EYE-MOVEMENTS DURING NOUN PHRASE PRODUCTION

      Cognition
    69. BENJAMIN AS; BJORK RA; HIRSHMAN E
      PREDICTING THE FUTURE AND RECONSTRUCTING THE PAST - A BAYESIAN CHARACTERIZATION OF THE UTILITY OF SUBJECTIVE FLUENCY

      Acta psychologica
    70. WESTERMAN DL; GREENE RL
      THE EFFECTS OR VISUAL MASKING ON RECOGNITION - SIMILARITIES TO THE GENERATION EFFECT

      Journal of memory and language
    71. MORRISON CM; CHAPPELL TD; ELLIS AW
      AGE OF ACQUISITION NORMS FOR A LARGE SET OF OBJECT NAMES AND THEIR RELATION TO ADULT ESTIMATES AND OTHER VARIABLES

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    72. KNOTT R; PATTERSON K; HODGES JR
      LEXICAL AND SEMANTIC BINDING EFFECTS IN SHORT-TERM-MEMORY - EVIDENCE FROM SEMANTIC DEMENTIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    73. RALPH MAL; ELLIS AW
      PATTERNS OF PARALEXIA REVISITED - REPORT OF A CASE OF VISUAL DYSLEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    74. MARTIN N; SAFFRAN EM
      LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY-VERBAL SHORT-TERM-MEMORY IMPAIRMENTS - EVIDENCEFOR COMMON UNDERLYING PROCESSES

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    75. HINTZMAN DL; CURRAN T
      COMPARING RETRIEVAL DYNAMICS IN RECOGNITION MEMORY AND LEXICAL DECISION

      Journal of experimental psychology. General
    76. HAMPTON JA
      ASSOCIATIVE AND SIMILARITY-BASED PROCESSES IN CATEGORIZATION DECISIONS

      Memory & cognition
    77. KUTAS M
      PRESIDENTIAL-ADDRESS, 1996 - VIEWS ON HOW THE ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY THAT THE BRAIN GENERATES REFLECTS THE FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT LANGUAGE STRUCTURES

      Psychophysiology
    78. MURDOCK BB
      CONTEXT AND MEDIATORS IN A THEORY OF DISTRIBUTED ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY (TODAM2)

      Psychological review
    79. FERRARO FR; CHASTAIN G
      AN ANALYSIS OF REICHER-TASK EFFECTS

      The Journal of general psychology
    80. YAMAZAKI M; ELLIS AW; MORRISON CM; RALPH MAL
      2 AGE OF ACQUISITION EFFECTS IN THE READING OF JAPANESE KANJI

      British journal of psychology
    81. KRISHNAN HS; SHAPIRO S
      COMPARING IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT MEMORY FOR BRAND NAMES FROM ADVERTISEMENTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Applied
    82. BALUCH B
      WORD-FREQUENCY EFFECTS IN NAMING FOR EXPERIENCED AND PREVIOUSLY EXPERIENCED ADULT READERS OF PERSIAN

      Reading & writing
    83. SNODGRASS JG; YUDITSKY T
      NAMING TIMES FOR THE SNODGRASS AND VANDERWART PICTURES

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    84. FERREIRA F; HENDERSON JM; ANES MD; WEEKS PA; MCFARLANE DK
      EFFECTS OF LEXICAL FREQUENCY AND SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY IN SPOKEN-LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION - EVIDENCE FROM THE AUDITORY MOVING-WINDOW TECHNIQUE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    85. MOHR B; PULVERMULLER F; MITTELSTADT K; RAYMAN J
      MULTIPLE SIMULTANEOUS STIMULUS-PRESENTATION FACILITATES LEXICAL PROCESSING

      Neuropsychologia
    86. HUMPHREYS GW; LAMOTE C; LLOYDJONES TJ
      AN INTERACTIVE ACTIVATION APPROACH TO OBJECT PROCESSING - EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL SIMILARITY, NAME FREQUENCY, AND TASK IN NORMALITY AND PATHOLOGY

      Memory
    87. WIDNER RL
      ASSOCIATIVE SPREAD AS A MEDIATING VARIABLE IN THE GENERATION EFFECT

      Memory
    88. ROSE TG; EVETT LJ
      THE USE OF CONTEXT IN CURSIVE SCRIPT RECOGNITION

      Machine vision and applications
    89. JOHANNES S; MANGUN GR; KUSSMAUL CL; MUNTE TF
      BRAIN POTENTIALS IN DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA - DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF WORD-FREQUENCY IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Neuroscience letters
    90. SERENO SC
      RESOLUTION OF LEXICAL AMBIGUITY - EVIDENCE FROM AN EYE-MOVEMENT PRIMING PARADIGM

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    91. VITKOVITCH M; TYRRELL L
      SOURCES OF DISAGREEMENT IN OBJECT NAMING

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    92. HOWARD D
      LEXICAL ANEMIA - OR THE CASE OF THE MISSING LEXICAL ENTRIES

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    93. SNODGRASS JG; TSIVKIN S
      ORGANIZATION OF THE BILINGUAL LEXICON - CATEGORICAL VERSUS ALPHABETICCUEING IN RUSSIAN-ENGLISH BILINGUALS

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    94. VANPETTEN C
      WORDS AND SENTENCES - EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIAL MEASURES

      Psychophysiology
    95. RUGG MD; COX CJC; DOYLE MC; WELLS T
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND THE RECOLLECTION OF LOW AND HIGH-FREQUENCY WORDS

      Neuropsychologia
    96. NICKELS L; HOWARD D
      APHASIC NAMING - WHAT MATTERS

      Neuropsychologia
    97. WHITEMAN HL; NAIRNE JS; SERRA M
      RECOGNITION AND RECALL-LIKE PROCESSES IN THE LONG-TERM RECONSTRUCTIONOF ORDER

      Memory
    98. KOUNIOS J; HOLCOMB PJ
      CONCRETENESS EFFECTS IN SEMANTIC PROCESSING - ERP EVIDENCE SUPPORTINGDUAL-CODING THEORY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    99. CALVO MG; EYSENCK MW; ESTEVEZ A
      EGO-THREAT INTERPRETIVE BIAS IN TEST ANXIETY - ONLINE INFERENCES

      Cognition and emotion
    100. HIRSH KW; ELLIS AW
      AGE OF ACQUISITION AND LEXICAL PROCESSING IN APHASIA - A CASE-STUDY

      Cognitive neuropsychology


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