Past, Present, and Future Contributions of Cognitive Writing Research to Cognitive Psychology

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The effect of divided attention on false memory depends on how memory is tested. Barry, C.

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Effects of age of acquisition, age, and repetition priming on object naming. Visual Cognition. Age of acquisition and lexical processing. Are age-of-acquisition effects on object naming due simply to differences in object recognition? Comments on Levelt Delattre, M. Written spelling to dictation: Sound-to-spelling regularity affects both writing latencies and durations. Repetition priming of access to biographical information from faces.

Dissociating word frequency and age of acquisition: The klein effect revived and reversed. Phelps, FG. Dewhurst, S.

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Exploring the false recognition of category exemplars: Effects of divided attention and explicit generation. Age of acquisition effects in the semantic processing of pictures. The influence of age of acquisition in word reading and other tasks: A never ending story? Journal of Memory and Language. Both concreteness and age-of-acquisition affect reading accuracy but only concreteness affects comprehension in a deep dyslexic patient.

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Gerhand, S. Surface or deep dyslexia? A report of a patient who makes both regularization and semantic errors in oral reading. Treiman, R. Dialect and authography: Some differences between American and British spellers. Age of acquisition, word frequency, and the role of phonology in the lexical decision task. Age-of-acquisition and frequency effects in speeded word naming. Word frequency effects in oral reading are not merely age-of-acquisition effects in disguise.

Separate effects of word frequency and age of acquisition in recognition and recall. Newton, P. Cognitive Neuropsychology. Lexical priming of nonword spelling in the regular orthography of Italian.

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Phonological dyslexia, lexical analogy, and functional models of oral reading: A critique of Bradley and Thomson.

Richardson, JTE. The effects of minor closed head injury upon human memory: Further evidence on the role of mental imagery. Young, AW. Familiarity decisions for faces presented to the left and right cerebral hemispheres.

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