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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Accessing words in speech production: Stages, processes and representations Levelt, Willem J.M.
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 1-22
22 p.
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2 Action, thought and language McNeill, David
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 201-208
8 p.
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3 Affectedness and direct objects: The role of lexical semantics in the acquisition of verb argument structure Gropen, Jess
1991
3-4 1-3 p. 153-195
43 p.
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4 An approach to Universal Grammar and the mental representation of language Bresnan, Joan
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 39-52
14 p.
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5 A position note on natural language understanding and artificial intelligence Wilks, Yorick
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 337-340
4 p.
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6 Artificial intelligence — a new theroretical psychology? Longuet-Higgins, H.C.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 197-200
4 p.
artikel
7 A spreading-activation theory of lemma retrieval in speaking Roelofs, Ardi
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 107-142
36 p.
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8 Author index of volume 42 1992
3-4 1-3 p. 316-
1 p.
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9 Author index of volume 50 1994
3-4 1-3 p. 469-
1 p.
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10 Author index of volume 41 1991
3-4 1-3 p. 232-
1 p.
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11 Author index of volume 18 1984
3-4 1-3 p. 275-
1 p.
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12 Author index of volume 15 1983
3-4 1-3 p. 299-
1 p.
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13 Autism: beyond “theory of mind” Frith, Uta
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 115-132
18 p.
artikel
14 Beyond intuition and instinct blindness: toward an evolutionarily rigorous cognitive science Cosmides, Leda
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 41-77
37 p.
artikel
15 Capturing attention Jonides, John
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 145-150
6 p.
artikel
16 Categorization in early infancy and the continuity of development Eimas, Peter D.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 83-93
11 p.
artikel
17 Children's thinking: What never develops? Keil, Frank
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 159-166
8 p.
artikel
18 Chinese and English counterfactuals: The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis revisited Au, Terry Kit-Fong
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 155-187
33 p.
artikel
19 Chomsky without language Bregman, Albert S.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 33-38
6 p.
artikel
20 Cognition and neural systems Posner, Michael I.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 261-266
6 p.
artikel
21 Cognition, computers, and mental models Johnson-Laird, P.N.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 139-143
5 p.
artikel
22 Cognition in animals: Learning as program assembly Staddon, J.E.R.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 287-294
8 p.
artikel
23 Cognition: The view from ecological realism Turvey, M.T.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 313-321
9 p.
artikel
24 Cognitive development in school and out Strauss, Sidney
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 295-300
6 p.
artikel
25 Cognitive processes in reading text Healy, Alice F.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 119-126
8 p.
artikel
26 Cognitive systems, ‘folk psychology’, and knowledge Hamlyn, D.W.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 115-118
4 p.
artikel
27 Componential theory and componential analysis: Is there a Neisser alternative? Sternberg, Robert J.
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 199-206
8 p.
artikel
28 Components of human intelligence Sternberg, Robert J.
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 1-48
48 p.
artikel
29 Components of intelligence or steps in routine procedures? Neisser, Ulric
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 189-197
9 p.
artikel
30 Concepts and stereotypes Rey, Georges
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 237-262
26 p.
artikel
31 Concepts: a potboiler Fodor, Jerry
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 95-113
19 p.
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32 Contents of volume 41 1991
3-4 1-3 p. 231-
1 p.
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33 Contents of volume 18 1984
3-4 1-3 p. 273-
1 p.
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34 Contents of volume 15 1983
3-4 1-3 p. 297-298
2 p.
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35 Cumulative author index of volumes 1 to 10 1981
3-4 1-3 p. 341-343
3 p.
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36 Cumulative contents of volumes 1 to 10 1981
3-4 1-3 p. 345-356
12 p.
artikel
37 Developmental dyslexia and animal studies: at the interface between cognition and neurology Galaburda, Albert M.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 133-149
17 p.
artikel
38 Digit memory of grand experts in abacus-derived mental calculation Hatano, Giyoo
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 95-110
16 p.
artikel
39 Disorders of lexical selection Garrett, Merrill
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 143-180
38 p.
artikel
40 Disorders of phonological encoding Butterworth, Brian
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 261-286
26 p.
artikel
41 Déjà vu? Levelt, Willem J.M.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 187-192
6 p.
artikel
42 Do speakers have access to a mental syllabary? Levelt, Willem J.M.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 239-269
31 p.
artikel
43 Early settlements in new cognition Kessen, William
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 167-171
5 p.
artikel
44 Editorial Mehler, Jacques
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 1-6
6 p.
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45 Editorial Mehler, Jacques
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 1-5
5 p.
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46 Editorial Board 1994
3-4 1-3 p. v-vii
nvt p.
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47 Editorial Board 1991
3-4 1-3 p. v-vii
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48 Editorial Board 1992
3-4 1-3 p. v-vii
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49 Editorial Board 1984
3-4 1-3 p. v-vii
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50 Editorial Board 1981
3-4 1-3 p. v-vii
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51 Editorial Board 1983
3-4 1-3 p. v-vii
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52 Ever since language and learning: afterthoughts on the Piaget-Chomsky debate Piattelli-Palmarini, Massimo
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 315-346
32 p.
artikel
53 Extracting the coherent core of human probability judgement: a research program for cognitive psychology Osherson, Daniel
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 299-313
15 p.
artikel
54 Foraging for brain stimulation: toward a neurobiology of computation Gallistel, C.R.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 151-170
20 p.
artikel
55 From concepts to lexical items Bierwisch, Manfred
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 23-60
38 p.
artikel
56 Getting developmental differences or studying child development? Karmiloff-Smith, Annette
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 151-158
8 p.
artikel
57 Human memory and the information-processing metaphor Watkins, Michael J.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 331-336
6 p.
artikel
58 Individual differences in mental imagery ability: A computational analysis Kosslyn, Stephen M.
1984
3-4 1-3 p. 195-243
49 p.
artikel
59 Infants, speech, and language: A look at some connections Eimas, Peter D.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 79-84
6 p.
artikel
60 Initial knowledge: six suggestions Spelke, Elizabeth
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 431-445
15 p.
artikel
61 Insensitivity to future consequences following damage to human prefrontal cortex Bechara, Antoine
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 7-15
9 p.
artikel
62 Introduction to special issue of Cognition on lexical and conceptual semantics Levin, Beth
1991
3-4 1-3 p. 1-7
7 p.
artikel
63 Investigation of phonological encoding through speech error analyses: Achievements, limitations, and alternatives Meyer, Antje S.
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 181-211
31 p.
artikel
64 It's frogs all the way down Levy, Yonata
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 75-93
19 p.
artikel
65 Justifying conservation: A reply to McGarrigle and Donaldson Neilson, Irene
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 277-291
15 p.
artikel
66 Justifying conservation: Comment on Nellson et al. Donaldson, Margaret
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 293-295
3 p.
artikel
67 Language and connectionism: the developing interface Seidenberg, Mark S.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 385-401
17 p.
artikel
68 Learning to express motion events in English and Korean: The influence of language-specific lexicalization patterns Choi, Soonja
1991
3-4 1-3 p. 83-121
39 p.
artikel
69 Levels of causal understanding in chimpanzees and children Premack, David
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 347-362
16 p.
artikel
70 Lexical access: A perspective from pathology Marshall, John C.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 209-214
6 p.
artikel
71 Linguistic knowledge and language acquisition Valian, Virginia
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 323-329
7 p.
artikel
72 Logic in infancy Langer, Jonas
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 181-186
6 p.
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73 Making up materials is a confounded nuisance, or: Will we able to run any psycholinguistic experiments at all in 1990? Cutler, Anne
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 65-70
6 p.
artikel
74 Maturational determinants of language growth Glietman, Lila R.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 103-114
12 p.
artikel
75 Mental models and probabilistic thinking Johnson-Laird, Philip N.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 189-209
21 p.
artikel
76 Modularity as an issue for cognitive science Osherson, Daniel N.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 241-242
2 p.
artikel
77 Natural and unnatural cognition Loftus, Elizabeth F.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 193-196
4 p.
artikel
78 Objects of psycholinguistic enquiry Garrett, M.F.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 97-101
5 p.
artikel
79 On cognition in perception: Perceptual coupling and unconscious inference Hochberg, Julian
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 127-134
8 p.
artikel
80 On the internal structure of phonetic categories: a progress report Miller, Joanne L.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 271-285
15 p.
artikel
81 Parts and boundaries Jackendoff, Ray
1991
3-4 1-3 p. 9-45
37 p.
artikel
82 Parts of recognition Hoffman, D.D.
1984
3-4 1-3 p. 65-96
32 p.
artikel
83 Perception and awareness in phonological processing: the case of the phoneme Morais, José
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 287-297
11 p.
artikel
84 Phonetic features and acoustic invariance in speech Blumstein, Sheila E.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 25-32
8 p.
artikel
85 Picture naming Glaser, Wilhelm R.
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 61-105
45 p.
artikel
86 Pragmatic functions and mental spaces Fauconnier, Gilles
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 85-88
4 p.
artikel
87 Pragmatics Sperber, Dan
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 281-286
6 p.
artikel
88 Pretending and believing: issues in the theory of ToMM Leslie, Alan M.
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 211-238
28 p.
artikel
89 Prospects for neurolinguistic theory Caplan, David
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 59-64
6 p.
artikel
90 Psychological explanations and knowledge-dependent processes Pylyshyn, Zenon W.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 267-274
8 p.
artikel
91 Psychology without linguistics = language without grammar Slobin, Dan I.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 275-280
6 p.
artikel
92 Reply to Cowart Marslen-Wilson, William
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 227-235
9 p.
artikel
93 Reply to Garnham Berwick, Robert C.
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 271-276
6 p.
artikel
94 Research on context effects in word recognition: Ten years back and forth Fischler, Ira
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 89-95
7 p.
artikel
95 Research on mental imagery: Some goals and directions Kosslyn, Stephen Michael
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 173-179
7 p.
artikel
96 Selective and control processes Broadbent, Donald E.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 53-58
6 p.
artikel
97 Semantic networks of english Miller, George A.
1991
3-4 1-3 p. 197-229
33 p.
artikel
98 Sensitivity to grammatical structure in agrammatic aphasics: A reply to Linebarger, Schwartz and Saffran Zurif, Edgar
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 207-213
7 p.
artikel
99 Six tenets for event perception Cutting, James E.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 71-78
8 p.
artikel
100 Some current theoretical issues in speech perception Pisoni, David B.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 249-259
11 p.
artikel
101 Some primitive mechanisms of spatial attention Pylyshyn, Zenon
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 363-384
22 p.
artikel
102 Specialized channels for cognitive responses Jeannerod, M.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 135-137
3 p.
artikel
103 Stages of lexical access in language production Dell, Gary S.
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 287-314
28 p.
artikel
104 Syntactic processing in agrammatism: A reply to Zurif and Grodzinsky Linebarger, Marcia C.
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 215-225
11 p.
artikel
105 The concept of working memory: A view of its current state and probable future development Baddeley, Alan
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 17-23
7 p.
artikel
106 The emergence of phonetic structure Studdert-Kennedy, Michael
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 301-306
6 p.
artikel
107 The LNR approach to human information processing Norman, Donald A.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 235-240
6 p.
artikel
108 The neurological basis of mental imagery: A componential analysis Farah, Martha J.
1984
3-4 1-3 p. 245-272
28 p.
artikel
109 The perception of rhythm in language Cutler, Anne
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 79-81
3 p.
artikel
110 The process of language comprehension; an approach to examining issues in cognition and language Swinney, David
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 307-312
6 p.
artikel
111 The role of word structure in segmental serial ordering Shattuck-Hufnagel, Stefanie
1992
3-4 1-3 p. 213-259
47 p.
artikel
112 The structure of spoken syllables: Evidence from novel word games Treiman, Rebecca
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 49-74
26 p.
artikel
113 The syntax of event structure Pustejovsky, James
1991
3-4 1-3 p. 47-81
35 p.
artikel
114 Time for a purge Ades, Tony
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 7-15
9 p.
artikel
115 Trends and debates in cognitive psychology Miller, George A.
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 215-225
11 p.
artikel
116 Uncertainty and the difficulty of thinking through disjunctions Shafir, Eldar
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 403-430
28 p.
artikel
117 Upward direction, mental rotation, and discrimination of left and right turns in maps Shepard, Roger N.
1984
3-4 1-3 p. 161-193
33 p.
artikel
118 Visual cognition: An introduction Pinker, Steven
1984
3-4 1-3 p. 1-63
63 p.
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119 Visual routines Ullman, Shimon
1984
3-4 1-3 p. 97-159
63 p.
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120 Wernicke's aphasia and normal language processing: A case study in cognitive neuropsychology Ellis, Andrew W.
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 111-144
34 p.
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121 What is folk psychology? Stich, Stephen
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 447-468
22 p.
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122 What spatial representation and language acquisition don't have in common Pinker, Steven
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 243-248
6 p.
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123 What's wrong with story grammars Garnham, Alan
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 145-154
10 p.
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124 Why psycholinguists don't care about DTC: A reply to Berwick and Weinberg Garnham, Alan
1983
3-4 1-3 p. 263-269
7 p.
artikel
125 Why should we abandon the mental logic hypothesis? Bonatti, Luca
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 17-39
23 p.
artikel
126 Will cognition survive? Morton, John
1981
3-4 1-3 p. 227-234
8 p.
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127 Wiping the slate clean: A lexical semantic exploration Levin, Beth
1991
3-4 1-3 p. 123-151
29 p.
artikel
128 Young children's naive theory of biology Hatano, Giyoo
1994
3-4 1-3 p. 171-188
18 p.
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