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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Abraham Lincoln and Harry Potter: Children’s differentiation between historical and fantasy characters Corriveau, Kathleen H.
2009
3-4 2 p. 213-225
13 p.
artikel
2 Acceptibility, interpretation and knowledge of the world remarks on the verb PLANTER (to plant) Boons, Jean-Paul
1973
3-4 2 p. 183-211
29 p.
artikel
3 Accounts for the N170 face-effect: a reply to Rossion, Curran, & Gauthier Bentin, Shlomo
2002
3-4 2 p. 197-202
6 p.
artikel
4 A challenge to current models of past tense inflection: The impact of phonotactics Marshall, Chloe R.
2006
3-4 2 p. 302-320
19 p.
artikel
5 Achieving incremental semantic interpretation through contextual representation Sedivy, Julie C.
1999
3-4 2 p. 109-147
39 p.
artikel
6 A claw is like my hand: Comparison supports goal analysis in infants Gerson, Sarah A.
2012
3-4 2 p. 181-192
12 p.
artikel
7 A cognitive theory of pretense Nichols, Shaun
2000
3-4 2 p. 115-147
33 p.
artikel
8 A computational learning model for metrical phonology Dresher, B.Elan
1990
3-4 2 p. 137-195
59 p.
artikel
9 A computational model of word segmentation from continuous speech using transitional probabilities of atomic acoustic events Räsänen, Okko
2011
3-4 2 p. 149-176
28 p.
artikel
10 Acquiring an understanding of design: evidence from children's insight problem solving Defeyter, Margaret Anne
2003
3-4 2 p. 133-155
23 p.
artikel
11 Acquiring English as a second language via print: The task for deaf children Hoffmeister, Robert J.
2014
3-4 2 p. 229-242
14 p.
artikel
12 Acquiring ownership and the attribution of responsibility Palamar, Max
2012
3-4 2 p. 201-208
8 p.
artikel
13 Acquisition of cognitive compiling Hamburger, Henry
1984
3-4 2 p. 85-136
52 p.
artikel
14 A crosslinguistic comparison of the production of utterances in discourse Holmes, V.M.
1995
3-4 2 p. 169-207
39 p.
artikel
15 A cross-linguistic study of early word meaning: universal ontology and linguistic influence Imai, Mutsumi
1997
3-4 2 p. 169-200
32 p.
artikel
16 Action, verbal response and spatial reasoning Frances Wang, Ranxiao
2004
3-4 2 p. 185-192
8 p.
artikel
17 Activating event knowledge Hare, Mary
2009
3-4 2 p. 151-167
17 p.
artikel
18 Active and passive scene recognition across views Frances Wang, Ranxiao
1999
3-4 2 p. 191-210
20 p.
artikel
19 A defense of the subordinate-level expertise account for the N170 component Rossion, Bruno
2002
3-4 2 p. 189-196
8 p.
artikel
20 A demonstration of intransitivity in natural categories Hampton, James A.
1982
3-4 2 p. 151-164
14 p.
artikel
21 A developmental dissociation between category and function judgments about novel artifacts Defeyter, Margaret A.
2009
3-4 2 p. 260-264
5 p.
artikel
22 A disadvantage in bilingual sentence production modulated by syntactic frequency and similarity across languages Runnqvist, Elin
2013
3-4 2 p. 256-263
8 p.
artikel
23 Affixal Homonymy triggers full-form storage, even with inflected words, even in a morphologically rich language Bertram, Raymond
2000
3-4 2 p. B13-B25
nvt p.
artikel
24 Affordance, proper function, and the physical basis of perceived heaviness Turvey, M.T.
1999
3-4 2 p. B17-B26
nvt p.
artikel
25 Age-of-acquisition and frequency effects in speeded word naming Gerhand, Simon
1999
3-4 2 p. B27-B36
nvt p.
artikel
26 Age of acquisition effects in picture naming: evidence for a lexical-semantic competition hypothesis Belke, Eva
2005
3-4 2 p. B45-B54
nvt p.
artikel
27 Aging and individual differences in binding during sentence understanding: Evidence from temporary and global syntactic attachment ambiguities Payne, Brennan R.
2014
3-4 2 p. 157-173
17 p.
artikel
28 A hierarchy of cortical responses to sequence violations in three-month-old infants Basirat, Anahita
2014
3-4 2 p. 137-150
14 p.
artikel
29 A hypothesis-assessment model of categorical argument strength McDonald, John
1996
3-4 2 p. 199-217
19 p.
artikel
30 A kinematic approach to the conceptual representations of this and that Bonfiglioli, Claudia
2009
3-4 2 p. 270-274
5 p.
artikel
31 Alerting enhances attentional bias for salient stimuli: Evidence from a global/local processing task Weinbach, Noam
2014
3-4 2 p. 414-419
6 p.
artikel
32 All words are not created equal: Expectations about word length guide infant statistical learning Lew-Williams, Casey
2012
3-4 2 p. 241-246
6 p.
artikel
33 Alphabetic and nonalphabetic L1 effects in English word identification: a comparison of Korean and Chinese English L2 learners Wang, Min
2003
3-4 2 p. 129-149
21 p.
artikel
34 A memory advantage for untrustworthy faces Rule, Nicholas O.
2012
3-4 2 p. 207-218
12 p.
artikel
35 A memory span of one? Object identification in 6.5-month-old infants Káldy, Zsuzsa
2005
3-4 2 p. 153-177
25 p.
artikel
36 A motion aftereffect from visual imagery of motion Winawer, Jonathan
2010
3-4 2 p. 276-284
9 p.
artikel
37 A multidimensional scaling analysis of own- and cross-race face spaces Papesh, Megan H.
2010
3-4 2 p. 283-288
6 p.
artikel
38 An abstract to concrete shift in the development of biological thought: the insides story Simons, Daniel J.
1995
3-4 2 p. 129-163
35 p.
artikel
39 Anaphoric agreement violation: An ERP analysis of its interpretation Molinaro, Nicola
2008
3-4 2 p. 963-974
12 p.
artikel
40 An artificial opposition between grammaticality and frequency: comment on Bornkessel, Schlesewsky, and Friederici (2002) Kempen, Gerard
2003
3-4 2 p. 205-210
6 p.
artikel
41 An association account of false belief understanding De Bruin, L.C.
2012
3-4 2 p. 240-259
20 p.
artikel
42 “And yet it moves” or why grammar overrides frequency: a reply to Kempen and Harbusch Bornkessel, Ina
2003
3-4 2 p. 211-213
3 p.
artikel
43 An effect of spatial–temporal association of response codes: Understanding the cognitive representations of time Vallesi, Antonino
2008
3-4 2 p. 501-527
27 p.
artikel
44 Animals' use of landmarks and metric information to reorient: effects of the size of the experimental space Sovrano, Valeria Anna
2005
3-4 2 p. 121-133
13 p.
artikel
45 An information-based approach to action understanding Ramenzoni, Verónica C.
2008
3-4 2 p. 1059-1070
12 p.
artikel
46 An L1-script-transfer-effect fallacy: a rejoinder to Wang et al. (2003) Yamada, Jun
2004
3-4 2 p. 127-132
6 p.
artikel
47 A non-mentalistic cause-based heuristic in human social evaluations Buon, Marine
2013
3-4 2 p. 149-155
7 p.
artikel
48 A note on “continuity” of universal grammar: Reply to Cairns, McDaniel and Hsu Sherman, Janet Cohen
1993
3-4 2 p. 195-197
3 p.
artikel
49 An own-race advantage for components as well as configurations in face recognition Hayward, William G.
2008
3-4 2 p. 1017-1027
11 p.
artikel
50 Anticipations, images, and introspection Neisser, Ulric
1978
3-4 2 p. 169-174
6 p.
artikel
51 Anti-equality: Social comparison in young children Sheskin, Mark
2014
3-4 2 p. 152-156
5 p.
artikel
52 Ape metaphysics: Object individuation without language Mendes, Natacha
2008
3-4 2 p. 730-749
20 p.
artikel
53 Applying global workspace theory to the frame problem Shanahan, Murray
2005
3-4 2 p. 157-176
20 p.
artikel
54 A precursor of language acquisition in young infants Mehler, Jacques
1988
3-4 2 p. 143-178
36 p.
artikel
55 A probabilistic model of theory formation Kemp, Charles
2010
3-4 2 p. 165-196
32 p.
artikel
56 A purely geometric module in the rat's spatial representation Cheng, Ken
1986
3-4 2 p. 149-178
30 p.
artikel
57 A putative role for neurogenesis in neurocomputational terms: Inferences from a hippocampal model Weisz, Victoria I.
2009
3-4 2 p. 229-240
12 p.
artikel
58 Are Cantonese-speakers really descriptivists? Revisiting cross-cultural semantics Lam, Barry
2010
3-4 2 p. 320-329
10 p.
artikel
59 Are children moral objectivists? Children's judgments about moral and response-dependent properties Nichols, Shaun
2003
3-4 2 p. B23-B32
nvt p.
artikel
60 Are consonant intervals music to their ears? Spontaneous acoustic preferences in a nonhuman primate McDermott, Josh
2004
3-4 2 p. B11-B21
nvt p.
artikel
61 Are long-term changes to perception explained by Pavlovian associations or perceptual learning theory? Bedford, Felice L
1997
3-4 2 p. 223-230
8 p.
artikel
62 A reply to Brainerd Strauss, Sidney
1974
3-4 2 p. 155-185
31 p.
artikel
63 A reply to “children are in control” (Sherman & Lust, 1993) Cairns, Helen Smith
1993
3-4 2 p. 193-194
2 p.
artikel
64 A review of John Macnamara's a border dispute Perry, John
1988
3-4 2 p. 183-188
6 p.
artikel
65 Arguments for adjuncts Koenig, Jean-Pierre
2003
3-4 2 p. 67-103
37 p.
artikel
66 Argument structure and association preferences in Spanish and English complex NPs Gilboy, Elizabeth
1995
3-4 2 p. 131-167
37 p.
artikel
67 Articulatory mediation of speech perception: A causal analysis of multi-modal imaging data Gow Jr., David W.
2009
3-4 2 p. 222-236
15 p.
artikel
68 Artificial grammar learning by 1-year-olds leads to specific and abstract knowledge Gomez, Rebecca L
1999
3-4 2 p. 109-135
27 p.
artikel
69 A short note on Evans' criticism of reasoning experiments and his matching response hypothesis Van Duyne, P.C.
1973
3-4 2 p. 239-242
4 p.
artikel
70 Assessing a new analysis of contingent color aftereffects Allan, Lorraine G
1997
3-4 2 p. 207-222
16 p.
artikel
71 Associative and semantic priming effects occur at very short stimulus-onset asynchronies in lexical decision and naming Perea, Manuel
1997
3-4 2 p. 223-240
18 p.
artikel
72 Asymptotic learning of alphanumeric coding in autobiographical memory Martin, Maryanne
2007
3-4 2 p. 311-320
10 p.
artikel
73 A tale of two theories: response to Fisher Tomasello, Michael
2002
3-4 2 p. 207-214
8 p.
artikel
74 A temporally sustained implicit theory of mind deficit in autism spectrum disorders Schneider, Dana
2013
3-4 2 p. 410-417
8 p.
artikel
75 A test of central coherence theory: linguistic processing in high-functioning adults with autism or Asperger syndrome: is local coherence impaired? Jolliffe, Therese
1999
3-4 2 p. 149-185
37 p.
artikel
76 Auditory adaptation in vocal affect perception Bestelmeyer, Patricia E.G.
2010
3-4 2 p. 217-223
7 p.
artikel
77 A unique look at face processing: the impact of masked faces on the processing of facial features Williams, Mark A
2004
3-4 2 p. 155-172
18 p.
artikel
78 Automaticity: A new framework for dyslexia research? Nicolson, R.I.
1990
3-4 2 p. 159-182
24 p.
artikel
79 A viewpoint-independent process for spatial reorientation Nardini, Marko
2009
3-4 2 p. 241-248
8 p.
artikel
80 Baby arithmetic: one object plus one tone Kobayashi, Tessei
2004
3-4 2 p. B23-B34
nvt p.
artikel
81 Basic-level and superordinate-like categorical representations in early infancy Behl-Chadha, Gundeep
1996
3-4 2 p. 105-141
37 p.
artikel
82 Bayesian learning and the psychology of rule induction Endress, Ansgar D.
2013
3-4 2 p. 159-176
18 p.
artikel
83 Becoming self-directed: Abstract representations support endogenous flexibility in children Snyder, Hannah R.
2010
3-4 2 p. 155-167
13 p.
artikel
84 Beginning readers activate semantics from sub-word orthography Nation, Kate
2009
3-4 2 p. 273-278
6 p.
artikel
85 Behavioral and neoronal changes during treatment of mixed transcortical aphasia: A case study Pulvermüller, Friedemann
1993
3-4 2 p. 139-161
23 p.
artikel
86 Being American, being Asian: The bicultural self and autobiographical memory in Asian Americans Wang, Qi
2008
3-4 2 p. 743-751
9 p.
artikel
87 Being forward not backward: Lexical limits to masked priming Davis, Chris
2008
3-4 2 p. 673-684
12 p.
artikel
88 Believability and syllogistic reasoning Oakhill, Jane
1989
3-4 2 p. 117-140
24 p.
artikel
89 Berwick and Weinberg on linguistics and computational psychology Stabler Jr., Edward P.
1984
3-4 2 p. 155-179
25 p.
artikel
90 Beyond quantity: Individual differences in working memory and the ordinal understanding of numerical symbols Lyons, Ian M.
2009
3-4 2 p. 189-204
16 p.
artikel
91 Biases towards internal features in infants’ reasoning about objects Newman, George E.
2008
3-4 2 p. 420-432
13 p.
artikel
92 Bilingualism influences inhibitory control in auditory comprehension Blumenfeld, Henrike K.
2011
3-4 2 p. 245-257
13 p.
artikel
93 Bimodal bilinguals reveal the source of tip-of-the-tongue states Pyers, Jennie E.
2009
3-4 2 p. 323-329
7 p.
artikel
94 Blinded by an error Houtman, Femke
2013
3-4 2 p. 228-236
9 p.
artikel
95 Blind ethics: Closing one’s eyes polarizes moral judgments and discourages dishonest behavior Caruso, Eugene M.
2011
3-4 2 p. 280-285
6 p.
artikel
96 Blood is thicker: Moral spillover effects based on kinship Uhlmann, Eric Luis
2012
3-4 2 p. 239-243
5 p.
artikel
97 Body-specific representations of spatial location Brunyé, Tad T.
2012
3-4 2 p. 229-239
11 p.
artikel
98 Books received 1995 1996
3-4 2 p. 241-243
3 p.
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99 Books received 1993 1994
3-4 2 p. 159-162
4 p.
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100 Books received 1991 1992
3-4 2 p. 189-193
5 p.
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101 Books received 1987
3-4 2 p. 191-193
3 p.
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102 Books received 1984
3-4 2 p. 221-223
3 p.
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103 Books received 1986
3-4 2 p. 179-181
3 p.
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104 Bootstrapping in a language of thought: A formal model of numerical concept learning Piantadosi, Steven T.
2012
3-4 2 p. 199-217
19 p.
artikel
105 Bootstrapping the lexicon: A computational model of infant speech segmentation Batchelder, Eleanor Olds
2002
3-4 2 p. 167-206
40 p.
artikel
106 Both your intention and mine are reflected in the kinematics of my reach-to-grasp movement Becchio, Cristina
2008
3-4 2 p. 894-912
19 p.
artikel
107 “Bouba” and “Kiki” in Namibia? A remote culture make similar shape–sound matches, but different shape–taste matches to Westerners Bremner, Andrew J.
2013
3-4 2 p. 165-172
8 p.
artikel
108 British and American children's preferences for teleo-functional explanations of the natural world Kelemen, Deborah
2003
3-4 2 p. 201-221
21 p.
artikel
109 Building phrases in language production: An MEG study of simple composition Pylkkänen, Liina
2014
3-4 2 p. 371-384
14 p.
artikel
110 Building theory-based concepts: Four-year-olds preferentially seek explanations for features of kinds Cimpian, Andrei
2014
3-4 2 p. 300-310
11 p.
artikel
111 Calendrical savants: Exceptionality and Practice Cowan, Richard
2006
3-4 2 p. B1-B9
nvt p.
artikel
112 Calibration-based reasoning about collision events in 11-month-old infants Kotovsky, Laura
1994
3-4 2 p. 107-129
23 p.
artikel
113 Can any ostrich fly?: some new data on belief bias in syllogistic reasoning Cherubini, Paolo
1998
3-4 2 p. 179-218
40 p.
artikel
114 Can connectionism save constructivism? Marcus, Gary F.
1998
3-4 2 p. 153-182
30 p.
artikel
115 Can false memories prime problem solutions? Howe, Mark L.
2010
3-4 2 p. 176-181
6 p.
artikel
116 Can infants attribute to an agent a disposition to perform a particular action? Song, Hyun-joo
2005
3-4 2 p. B45-B55
nvt p.
artikel
117 Can natural language semantics explain syllogistic reasoning? Newstead, Stephen E
2003
3-4 2 p. 193-199
7 p.
artikel
118 Capacity limits for face processing Bindemann, Markus
2005
3-4 2 p. 177-197
21 p.
artikel
119 Caricaturing facial expressions Calder, Andrew J.
2000
3-4 2 p. 105-146
42 p.
artikel
120 Carry on winning: The gamblers’ fallacy creates hot hand effects in online gambling Xu, Juemin
2014
3-4 2 p. 173-180
8 p.
artikel
121 Categorical perception of affective and linguistic facial expressions McCullough, Stephen
2009
3-4 2 p. 208-221
14 p.
artikel
122 Categorical perception of colour in the left and right visual field is verbally mediated: Evidence from Korean Roberson, Debi
2008
3-4 2 p. 752-762
11 p.
artikel
123 Categorical perception of familiar objects Newell, Fiona N
2002
3-4 2 p. 113-143
31 p.
artikel
124 Categorical perception of speech sounds in illiterate adults Serniclaes, Willy
2005
3-4 2 p. B35-B44
nvt p.
artikel
125 Categorical perception of tactile distance Knight, Frances Le Cornu
2014
3-4 2 p. 254-262
9 p.
artikel
126 Categorizing moving objects into film genres: The effect of animacy attribution, emotional response, and the deviation from non-fiction Visch, Valentijn T.
2009
3-4 2 p. 265-272
8 p.
artikel
127 Category coherence and category-based property induction Rehder, Bob
2004
3-4 2 p. 113-153
41 p.
artikel
128 Causal status effect in children's categorization Ahn, Woo-kyoung
2000
3-4 2 p. B35-B43
nvt p.
artikel
129 Central inhibition ability modulates attention-induced motion blindness Milders, Maarten
2004
3-4 2 p. B23-B33
nvt p.
artikel
130 Changing auditory time with prismatic goggles Magnani, Barbara
2012
3-4 2 p. 233-243
11 p.
artikel
131 Changing perspective within and across environments Brockmole, James R.
2003
3-4 2 p. B59-B67
nvt p.
artikel
132 Children's command of quantification Lidz, Jeffrey
2002
3-4 2 p. 113-154
42 p.
artikel
133 Children’s developing notions of (im)partiality Mills, Candice M.
2008
3-4 2 p. 528-551
24 p.
artikel
134 Children's early understanding of false belief Mitchell, Peter
1991
3-4 2 p. 107-127
21 p.
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135 Children's understanding of counting Wynn, Karen
1990
3-4 2 p. 155-193
39 p.
artikel
136 Children's understanding of death as the cessation of agency: a test using sleep versus death Barrett, H. Clark
2005
3-4 2 p. 93-108
16 p.
artikel
137 Children's use of geometry and landmarks to reorient in an open space Gouteux, Stéphane
2001
3-4 2 p. 119-148
30 p.
artikel
138 Chimpanzees know what others know, but not what they believe Kaminski, Juliane
2008
3-4 2 p. 224-234
11 p.
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139 Closed-class immanence in sentence production Bock, Kathryn
1989
3-4 2 p. 163-186
24 p.
artikel
140 Cognition in music Serafine, Mary Louise
1983
3-4 2 p. 119-183
65 p.
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141 Cognitive architecture and descent with modification Marcus, Gary F.
2006
3-4 2 p. 443-465
23 p.
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142 Cognitive biases explain religious belief, paranormal belief, and belief in life’s purpose Willard, Aiyana K.
2013
3-4 2 p. 379-391
13 p.
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143 Cognitive control acts locally Notebaert, Wim
2008
3-4 2 p. 1071-1080
10 p.
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144 Cognitive developmental biology: History, process and fortune’s wheel Balaban, Evan
2006
3-4 2 p. 298-332
35 p.
artikel
145 Cognitive effects of language on human navigation Shusterman, Anna
2011
3-4 2 p. 186-201
16 p.
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146 Color naming universals: The case of Berinmo Kay, Paul
2007
3-4 2 p. 289-298
10 p.
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147 Commanding the direction of passive whole-body rotations facilitates egocentric spatial updating Féry, Yves-André
2004
3-4 2 p. B1-B10
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148 Commentary on Le Corre & Carey Gallistel, C.R.
2007
3-4 2 p. 439-445
7 p.
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149 Communicative competence and theory of mind in autism: A test of relevance theory Happé, Francesca G.E.
1993
3-4 2 p. 101-119
19 p.
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150 Comparing perception of Stroop stimuli in focused versus divided attention paradigms: Evidence for dramatic processing differences Eidels, Ami
2010
3-4 2 p. 129-150
22 p.
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151 Competence and performance in belief-desire reasoning across two cultures: The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth about false belief? Yazdi, Amir Amin
2006
3-4 2 p. 343-368
26 p.
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152 Competition strength influences individual preferences in an auction game Toelch, Ulf
2014
3-4 2 p. 480-487
8 p.
artikel
153 Comprehension of sentences by bottlenosed dolphins Herman, Louis M.
1984
3-4 2 p. 129-219
91 p.
artikel
154 Conceiving of entities as objects and as stuff Prasada, Sandeep
2002
3-4 2 p. 141-165
25 p.
artikel
155 Conceptual accessibility and sentence production in a free word order language (Odawa) Christianson, Kiel
2005
3-4 2 p. 105-135
31 p.
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156 Conceptual illusions Goodwin, Geoffrey P.
2010
3-4 2 p. 253-265
13 p.
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157 Connectionism and the problem of systematicity: Why Smolensky's solution doesn't work Fodor, Jerry
1990
3-4 2 p. 183-204
22 p.
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158 Conscious control over the content of unconscious cognition Kunde, Wilfried
2003
3-4 2 p. 223-242
20 p.
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159 Constraining models of word recognition Seidenberg, Mark S.
1985
3-4 2 p. 169-190
22 p.
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160 Contextual override of pragmatic anomalies: Evidence from eye movements Filik, Ruth
2008
3-4 2 p. 1038-1046
9 p.
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161 Continuous processing in word recognition at 24 months Swingley, Daniel
1999
3-4 2 p. 73-108
36 p.
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162 Copy me or copy you? The effect of prior experience on social learning Wood, Lara A.
2013
3-4 2 p. 203-213
11 p.
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163 Core multiplication in childhood McCrink, Koleen
2010
3-4 2 p. 204-216
13 p.
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164 Correspondences between what infants see and know about causal and self-propelled motion Cicchino, Jessica B.
2011
3-4 2 p. 171-192
22 p.
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165 Corrigendum to “Flexible spatial mapping of different notations of numbers in Chinese readers” [Cognition 106 (3) (2008) 1441–1450] Hung, Yi-hui
2010
3-4 2 p. 302-
1 p.
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166 Corrigendum to “Information seeking by rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) and capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)” [Cognition 120 (2011) 90–105] Beran, Michael J.
2012
3-4 2 p. 264-265
2 p.
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167 Corrigendum to ‘The long and short of it: Closing the description-experience “gap” by taking the long-run view’ [Cognition 126 (1) (2012) 54–71] Camilleri, Adrian R.
2013
3-4 2 p. 259-
1 p.
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168 Countable entities: Developmental changes Shipley, Elizabeth F.
1990
3-4 2 p. 109-136
28 p.
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169 Covert shifts of attention function as an implicit aid to insight Thomas, Laura E.
2009
3-4 2 p. 168-174
7 p.
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170 Crime and punishment: Distinguishing the roles of causal and intentional analyses in moral judgment Cushman, Fiery
2008
3-4 2 p. 353-380
28 p.
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171 Crossmodal object-based attention: Auditory objects affect visual processing Turatto, Massimo
2005
3-4 2 p. B55-B64
nvt p.
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172 Cues to intention: The role of movement information Sartori, Luisa
2011
3-4 2 p. 242-252
11 p.
artikel
173 Cultural commonalities and differences in spatial problem-solving: A computational analysis Lovett, Andrew
2011
3-4 2 p. 281-287
7 p.
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174 Cyclic interaction: a unitary approach to intention, action and the environment Monk, Andrew
1998
3-4 2 p. 95-110
16 p.
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175 Darwinian algorithms and the Wason selection task: A factorial analysis of social contract selection task problems Platt, Richard D.
1993
3-4 2 p. 163-192
30 p.
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176 Data from eye-tracking corpora as evidence for theories of syntactic processing complexity Demberg, Vera
2008
3-4 2 p. 193-210
18 p.
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177 Décalage in infants' knowledge about occlusion and containment events: Converging evidence from action tasks Hespos, Susan J.
2006
3-4 2 p. B31-B41
nvt p.
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178 Deciding between theories of how reasoning develops is hard Feeney, Aidan
2008
3-4 2 p. 507-511
5 p.
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179 Decision makers calibrate behavioral persistence on the basis of time-interval experience McGuire, Joseph T.
2012
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215 Domain-specific control mechanisms for emotional and nonemotional conflict processing Soutschek, Alexander
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217 Do monkeys think in metaphors? Representations of space and time in monkeys and humans Merritt, Dustin J.
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218 Done wrong or said wrong? Young children understand the normative directions of fit of different speech acts Rakoczy, Hannes
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219 Dual character concepts and the normative dimension of conceptual representation Knobe, Joshua
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220 Dual processes in reasoning? Wason, P.C.
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221 Dynamic mental representation in infancy 1 Portions of this research have been presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Society for Research in Child Development, and Association for Research in Vision and Opthamology. 1 Hespos, Susan J
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222 Early childhood memories: Accuracy and affect Howes, M.
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223 Early knowledge of object motion: continuity and inertia Spelke, Elizabeth S.
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224 Early maturity of face recognition: No childhood development of holistic processing, novel face encoding, or face-space Crookes, Kate
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225 Early noun lexicons in English and Japanese Yoshida, Hanako
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226 Early syntactic productivity: Evidence from dative shift Conwell, Erin
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255 Effects of prosodically modulated sub-phonetic variation on lexical competition Salverda, Anne Pier
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256 Effects of syllable frequency in speech production Cholin, Joana
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257 Eighteen-month-old infants show false belief understanding in an active helping paradigm Buttelmann, David
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258 Embodied attention and word learning by toddlers Yu, Chen
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259 Embodied numerosity: Implicit hand-based representations influence symbolic number processing across cultures Domahs, Frank
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260 Emotions in reading: Disgust, empathy and the contextual learning hypothesis Silva, Catarina
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261 Enabling conditions and children’s understanding of pretense Sobel, David M.
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262 Encoding operation and transcoding as the major loci of the frequency effect Liu, In-mao
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263 “End-of-life” biases in moral evaluations of others Newman, George E.
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264 Enhanced associative memory for colour (but not shape or location) in synaesthesia Pritchard, Jamie
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265 Enhanced memory for the wolf in sheep’s clothing: Suzuki, Atsunobu
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266 Enough skill to kill: Intentionality judgments and the moral valence of action Guglielmo, Steve
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267 ERP correlates of auditory negative priming Mayr, Susanne
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272 Error monitoring in the hemispheres: the effect of lateralized feedback on lexical decision Kaplan, Jonas T
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273 Errors, efficiency, and the interplay between attention and category learning Blair, Mark R.
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274 Ethics for gods and men Savin, Harris B.
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275 Events and the ontology of individuals: Verbs as a source of individuating mass and count nouns Barner, David
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276 Event segmentation ability uniquely predicts event memory Sargent, Jesse Q.
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277 Evidence for a non-linguistic distinction between singular and plural sets in rhesus monkeys Barner, David
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278 Evidence for multiple routes in learning to read Grainger, Jonathan
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279 Evidence for (shared) abstract structure underlying children’s short and full passives Messenger, Katherine
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280 Evidence for the automatic evaluation of self-generated actions Aarts, Kristien
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281 Evidentiality in language and cognition Papafragou, Anna
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282 Evolution and devolution of folkbiological knowledge Wolff, Phillip
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283 Evolved navigation theory and horizontal visual illusions Jackson, Russell E.
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284 Evolved navigation theory and the plateau illusion Jackson, Russell E.
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285 Examining the costs and benefits of inhibition in memory retrieval Schilling, Christopher J.
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286 Executive function is necessary for perspective selection, not Level-1 visual perspective calculation: Evidence from a dual-task study of adults Qureshi, Adam W.
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287 Executive well-being: Updating of positive stimuli in working memory is associated with subjective well-being Pe, Madeline Lee
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288 Exhausting attentional tracking resources with a single fast-moving object Holcombe, Alex O.
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289 Experience and grammatical agreement: Statistical learning shapes number agreement production Haskell, Todd R.
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290 Experiencing ownership over a dark-skinned body reduces implicit racial bias Maister, Lara
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291 Experimental evidence for a minimalist account of English resumptive pronouns McDaniel, Dana
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292 Experimental investigations of weak definite and weak indefinite noun phrases Klein, Natalie M.
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293 Expert memory: a comparison of four theories Gobet, Fernand
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294 Explaining prompts children to privilege inductively rich properties Walker, Caren M.
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295 Explanation and categorization: How “why?” informs “what?” Lombrozo, Tania
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296 Expressing generic concepts with and without a language model Goldin-Meadow, Susan
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297 Eye contact facilitates awareness of faces during interocular suppression Stein, Timo
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298 Eye movements guided by morphological structure: Evidence from the Uighur language Yan, Ming
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299 Eye movements reveal the time-course of anticipating behaviour based on complex, conflicting desires Ferguson, Heather J.
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300 Eye spy: The predictive value of fixation patterns in detecting subtle and extreme emotions from faces Vaidya, Avinash R.
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301 Faces, flowers and football boots: Capacity limits in distractor processing Brebner, Joanne L.
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302 Familial patterns and the origins of individual differences in synaesthesia Barnett, Kylie J.
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303 Feelings of control: Contingency determines experience of action Moore, James W.
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304 Filling gaps: Decision principles and structure in sentence comprehension Frazier, Lyn
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305 Fine-grained sensitivity to statistical information in adult word learning Vouloumanos, Athena
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306 Flashbulb memories: A nicer interpretation of a Neisser recollection Thompson, Charles P.
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307 Flashbulb memories for the space shuttle disaster: A tale of two theories Bohannon III, John Neil
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308 Flexible visual processing of spatial relationships Franconeri, Steven L.
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309 Form is easy, meaning is hard: resolving a paradox in early child language Naigles, Letitia R.
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310 Four year-olds use norm-based coding for face identity Jeffery, Linda
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311 Freeze or flee? Negative stimuli elicit selective responding Estes, Zachary
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312 From mere coincidences to meaningful discoveries Griffiths, Thomas L.
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313 From meta-processes to conscious access: Evidence from children's metalinguistic and repair data Karmiloff-Smith, Annette
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314 From one to 1: An analysis of a transcoding process by means of neuropsychological data Deloche, Gerard
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315 From pauses to clauses: Prosody facilitates learning of syntactic constituency Hawthorne, Kara
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316 From semantics to syntax and back again: Argument structure in the third year of life Fernandes, Keith J.
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317 From single to multiple deficit models of developmental disorders Pennington, Bruce F.
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318 Functional dissociations in temporal preparation: Evidence from dual-task performance Vallesi, Antonino
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319 Functional explanation and the function of explanation Lombrozo, Tania
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320 Gaze step distributions reflect fixations and saccades: A comment on Stephen and Mirman (2010) Bogartz, Richard S.
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321 Generativity within language and other cognitive domains Bloom, Paul
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322 Genes, brain, and cognition: A roadmap for the cognitive scientist Ramus, Franck
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323 Genetic influences on the development of spatial skills during early adolescence Diamond, Rhea
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325 Get rich quick: The signal to respond procedure reveals the time course of semantic richness effects during visual word recognition Hargreaves, Ian S.
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326 Goal attribution in chimpanzees Uller, Claudia
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327 Goal attribution to inanimate agents by 6.5-month-old infants Csibra, Gergely
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328 Going beyond the evidence: Abstract laws and preschoolers’ responses to anomalous data Schulz, Laura E.
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329 Got rhythm… for better and for worse. Cross-modal effects of auditory rhythm on visual word recognition Brochard, Renaud
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354 Identification, situational constraint, and social cognition: Studies in the attribution of moral responsibility Woolfolk, Robert L.
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377 Individuation experience predicts other-race effects in holistic processing for both Caucasian and Black participants Bukach, Cindy M.
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378 Individuation of objects and events: a developmental study Wagner, Laura
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382 Infant directed speech and the development of speech perception: Enhancing development or an unintended consequence? McMurray, Bob
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383 Infants' ability to use luminance information to individuate objects Woods, Rebecca J.
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384 Infants' ability to use object kind information for object individuation Xu, Fei
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385 Infants are sensitive to within-category variation in speech perception McMurray, Bob
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386 Infants chunk object arrays into sets of individuals Feigenson, Lisa
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387 Infants learn phonotactic regularities from brief auditory experience Chambers, Kyle E.
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392 Infants’ understanding of everyday social interactions: A dual process account Gredebäck, Gustaf
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395 Inferring agency from sound Knoblich, Günther
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396 Influences of high and low variability on infant word recognition Singh, Leher
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398 Info/information theory: Speakers choose shorter words in predictive contexts Mahowald, Kyle
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399 Information and viewpoint dependence in face recognition Hill, Harold
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400 In reply to Peter Schönbach Brown, Roger
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414 Integrating conceptual knowledge within and across representational modalities McNorgan, Chris
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429 Labels can override perceptual categories in early infancy Plunkett, Kim
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430 Language and writing systems are both important in learning to read: a reply to Yamada Wang, Min
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433 Language in the two-year old Goldin-Meadow, Susan
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434 Language-mediated eye movements in the absence of a visual world: the ‘blank screen paradigm’ Altmann, Gerry T.M
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436 Lateralization of object-shape information in semantic processing Zwaan, Rolf A.
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438 Learning and development in neural networks – the importance of prior experience Altmann, Gerry T.M.
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441 Learning in reverse: Eight-month-old infants track backward transitional probabilities Pelucchi, Bruna
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442 Learning the unlearnable: the role of missing evidence Regier, Terry
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443 Learning to read with underdeveloped phonemic awareness but lexicalized phonological recoding: a case study of a 3-year-old Fletcher-Flinn, Claire M.
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444 Learning to use words: Event-related potentials index single-shot contextual word learning Borovsky, Arielle
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445 Learning words’ sounds before learning how words sound: 9-Month-olds use distinct objects as cues to categorize speech information Yeung, H. Henny
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446 Learning your way around town: How virtual taxicab drivers learn to use both layout and landmark information Newman, Ehren L.
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447 Left–right coding of past and future in language: The mental timeline during sentence processing Ulrich, Rolf
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448 Letter to the editor Furth, Hans G.
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449 Letter to the editor Baillargeon, Renée
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450 Leveling the playing field: Attention mitigates the effects of intelligence on memory Markant, Julie
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451 Level-ordering in lexical development Gordon, Peter
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452 Levels of processing and vocabulary types: Evidence from on-line comprehension in normals and agrammatics Friederici, Angela D.
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453 Lexical access and frequency sensitivity: Frequency saturation and open/closed class equivalence Gordon, Barry
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454 Lexical and post-lexical phonological representations in spoken production Goldrick, Matthew
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455 Lexical competition and the acquisition of novel words Gaskell, M.Gareth
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456 Lexical learning in bilingual adults: The relative importance of short-term memory for serial order and phonological knowledge Majerus, Steve
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457 Lexical orthographic knowledge develops from the beginning of literacy acquisition Martinet, Catherine
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458 Lexical restructuring in the absence of literacy Ventura, Paulo
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459 L-eye to me: The combined role of Need for Cognition and facial trustworthiness in mimetic desires Treinen, Evelyne
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460 lhr, dir, or mir? On the acquisition of pronouns in German children Deutsch, Werner
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461 Lifespan aging and belief reasoning: Influences of executive function and social cue decoding Phillips, Louise H.
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462 Limits on bilingualism revisited: Stress ‘deafness’ in simultaneous French–Spanish bilinguals Dupoux, Emmanuel
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463 Linking words and things: Basic processes and individual variation Bucci, Wilma
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464 Listen to your mother! The role of talker familiarity in infant streaming Barker, Brittan A.
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465 Little houses and casas pequeñas: Message formulation and syntactic form in unscripted speech with speakers of English and Spanish Brown-Schmidt, Sarah
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466 Logical expertise as a cause of error: A reply to Boolos Johnson-Laird, P.N.
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467 “Long before short” preference in the production of a head-final language Yamashita, Hiroko
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468 Long live Proust: the odour-cued autobiographical memory bump Chu, Simon
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469 Long-term effects of covert face recognition Jenkins, Rob
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470 Making tools isn’t child’s play Beck, Sarah R.
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471 Male more than female infants imitate propulsive motion Benenson, Joyce F.
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472 Mandarin learners use syntactic bootstrapping in verb acquisition Lee, Joanne N.
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473 Mapping introspection’s blind spot: Reconstruction of dual-task phenomenology using quantified introspection Marti, Sébastien
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474 Mapping sensorimotor sequences to word sequences: A connectionist model of language acquisition and sentence generation Takac, Martin
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475 Mathematics anxiety affects counting but not subitizing during visual enumeration Maloney, Erin A.
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476 Mayan morality: An exploration of permissible harms Abarbanell, Linda
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477 Meaning matters in children’s plural productions Zapf, Jennifer A.
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478 Meanings and concepts: A review of Jerrold J. Katz's semantic theory Savin, Harris B.
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479 Mechanisms that improve referential access Gernsbacher, Morton Ann
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480 Memory for “mean” over “nice”: The influence of threat on children’s face memory Kinzler, Katherine D.
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481 Mental representations of social status Chiao, Joan Y
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482 Metacognition of agency across the lifespan Metcalfe, Janet
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483 Methodological problems in cross-cultural studies of linguistic relativity Takano, Yohtaro
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484 Mindset changes lead to drastic impairments in rule finding ErEl, Hadas
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485 Minimization of dependency length in written English Temperley, David
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487 Miscellaneous 1997
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489 Modeling human performance in statistical word segmentation Frank, Michael C.
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490 Modularity and spatial reorientation in a simple mind: encoding of geometric and nongeometric properties of a spatial environment by fish Sovrano, Valeria Anna
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491 Money is essential: Ownership intuitions are linked to physical currency Uhlmann, Eric Luis
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492 Monkey business: Children’s use of character identity to infer shared properties Rhemtulla, Mijke
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493 Monkeys exhibit prospective memory in a computerized task Evans, Theodore A.
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494 Monotonicity and syllogistic inference: a reply to Newstead Geurts, Bart
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495 More dead than dead: Perceptions of persons in the persistent vegetative state Gray, Kurt
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496 Morphological constraints in children’s spoken language comprehension: A visual world study of plurals inside compounds in English Silva, Renita
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497 Motivated perception of probabilistic information Lench, Heather C.
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498 Motor competence as integral to attribution of goal Premack, David
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499 Music and emotion: perceptual determinants, immediacy, and isolation after brain damage Peretz, Isabelle
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502 Naive beliefs in “sophisticated” subjects: misconceptions about trajectories of objects Caramazza, Alfonso
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504 Natural selection for the selection task: limits to social exchange theory Pollard, Paul
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505 Nature and culture of finger counting: Diversity and representational effects of an embodied cognitive tool Bender, Andrea
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506 Neighborhood linguistic diversity predicts infants’ social learning Howard, Lauren H.
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507 Newborn infants’ sensitivity to perceptual cues to lexical and grammatical words Shi, Rushen
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508 No more problems in Coltheart's neighborhood: resolving neighborhood conflicts in the lexical decision task C. Ziegler, Johannes
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509 Non-linguistic strategies and the acquisition of word meanings Clark, Eve V.
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510 Non-selective lexical access in bilinguals is spontaneous and independent of input monitoring: Evidence from eye tracking Wu, Yan Jing
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511 Norms with feeling: towards a psychological account of moral judgment Nichols, Shaun
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512 Novel-view scene recognition relies on identifying spatial reference directions Mou, Weimin
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513 Null subjects: A problem for parameter-setting models of language acquisition Valian, Virginia
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515 Number bias for the discrimination of large visual sets in infancy Brannon, Elizabeth M
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516 Numbers are associated with different types of spatial information depending on the task van Dijck, Jean-Philippe
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517 Number versus continuous quantity in numerosity judgments by fish Agrillo, Christian
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518 Numerical abstraction by human infants Starkey, Prentice
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519 Numerical ordering ability mediates the relation between number-sense and arithmetic competence Lyons, Ian M.
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520 Numerical processing efficiency improved in experienced mental abacus children Wang, Yunqi
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521 Numeric comparison in a visually-guided manual reaching task Song, Joo-Hyun
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522 Numerosities and space; indeed a cognitive illusion! A reply to de Hevia and Spelke (2009) Gebuis, Titia
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523 Object-centered representations support flexible exogenous visual attention across translation and reflection Lin, Zhicheng
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524 Object correspondence across brief occlusion is established on the basis of both spatiotemporal and surface feature cues Hollingworth, Andrew
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525 Object individuation: infants’ use of shape, size, pattern, and color Wilcox, Teresa
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526 Object labeling influences infant phonetic learning and generalization Yeung, H. Henny
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527 Object location memory: Integration and competition between multiple context objects but not between observers’ body and context objects Mou, Weimin
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528 Object segregation in 8-month-old infants Needham, Amy
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529 Observing shared attention modulates gaze following Böckler, Anne
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532 Older, not younger, children learn more false facts from stories Fazio, Lisa K.
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533 On beyond Zebra: The relation of linguistic and visual information Jackendoff, Ray
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534 On considerations of method and theory governing the use of clinical categories in neurolinguistics and cognitive neuropsychology: The case against agrammatism Badecker, William
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537 Online processing of native and non-native phonemic contrasts in early bilinguals Sebastián-Gallés, Núria
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538 On metaphoric representation Murphy, Gregory L.
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541 On some contested suppositions of generative linguistics about the scientific study of language Winograd, Terry
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555 On thoughts without words Goodman, N.
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562 Parallel function strategy in pronoun assignment Grober, Ellen H.
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563 Parser failure and grammar change Valian, Virginia
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564 Pauses and syntax in American sign language Grosjean, François
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565 People cannot locate the projection of an object on the surface of a mirror Lawson, Rebecca
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567 Perception of tones by infants learning a non-tone language Liu, Liquan
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572 Perceptual load does not modulate auditory distractor processing Murphy, Sandra
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573 Perceptual similarity of mirror images in infancy Bornstein, Marc H.
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590 Poetic rhyme reflects cross-linguistic differences in information structure Wagner, Michael
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591 Polite responses to polite requests Clark, Herbert H.
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592 Post-error slowing: An orienting account Notebaert, Wim
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593 Predicting arithmetical achievement from neuro-psychological performance: a longitudinal study Fayol, Michel
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601 Processing controlled PROs in Spanish Betancort, Moises
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602 Processing discontinuous lexical items: a reply to Frazier Kempen, Gerard
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604 Processing of perceptual information is more robust than processing of conceptual information in preschool-age children: Evidence from costs of switching Fisher, Anna V.
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605 Pronouncing “the” as “thee” to signal problems in speaking Fox Tree, Jean E.
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606 Property content guides children’s memory for social learning episodes Riggs, Anne E.
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607 Prototype theory and compositionality Kamp, Hans
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609 Psychology and epistemology: The place versus response controversy Amundson, Ron
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610 Psychophysical thresholds of face visibility during infancy Gelskov, Sofie V.
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611 Qualitative differences in the representation of abstract versus concrete words: Evidence from the visual-world paradigm Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni
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612 Race models and analogy theories: A dead heat? Reply to Seidenberg Norris, Dennis
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613 Rapid decisions from experience Zeigenfuse, Matthew D.
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614 Rapid learning of syllable classes from a perceptually continuous speech stream Endress, Ansgar D.
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615 Rational variability in children’s causal inferences: The Sampling Hypothesis Denison, Stephanie
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617 Reading space into numbers – a cross-linguistic comparison of the SNARC effect Shaki, Samuel
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622 Reconstructive remembering of the scientific literature Vicente, Kim J.
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623 Rectification Kempen, Gerard
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625 Reduction of the misinformation effect by arousal induced after learning English, Shaun M.
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626 Redundancy matters: Flexible learning of multiple contingencies in infants Sloutsky, Vladimir M.
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628 Re-evaluating evidence for linguistic relativity: Reply to Boroditsky (2001) January, David
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633 Relatively certain! Comparative thinking reduces uncertainty Mussweiler, Thomas
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639 Reply to Beaman Fodor, Jerry
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651 Rhythmic alternation and lexical stress differences in English Kelly, Michael H.
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655 Rules vs. analogy in English past tenses: a computational/experimental study Albright, Adam
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656 Sample diversity and premise typicality in inductive reasoning: Evidence for developmental change Rhodes, Marjorie
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657 Saying what you mean in dialogue: A study in conceptual and semantic co-ordination Garrod, Simon
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660 Seeing the world through another person’s eyes: Simulating selective attention via action observation Frischen, Alexandra
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661 Seeing to hear better: evidence for early audio-visual interactions in speech identification Schwartz, Jean-Luc
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665 Selfless giving Bartels, Daniel M.
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674 Sensitivity to discontinuous dependencies in language learners: evidence for limitations in processing space Santelmann, Lynn M
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676 Sensory load incurs conceptual processing costs Vermeulen, Nicolas
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677 Sentence matching and overgeneration Crain, Stephen
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678 Sentence matching and well-formedness Forster, K.I.
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679 Serial order in phonological encoding: an exploration of the `word onset effect' using laboratory-induced errors Wilshire, Carolyn E
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680 Set size, individuation, and attention to shape Cantrell, Lisa
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681 Sex differences in how erotic and painful stimuli impair inhibitory control Yu, Jiaxin
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682 Shades of emotion: What the addition of sunglasses or masks to faces reveals about the development of facial expression processing Roberson, Debi
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683 Shake, rattle, ‘n’ roll: the representation of motion in language and cognition Papafragou, Anna
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684 Shape and representational status in children's early naming Gelman, Susan A
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690 Single-digit and two-digit Arabic numerals address the same semantic number line Reynvoet, Bert
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692 Soar and the case for unified theories of cognition Cooper, Richard
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693 Social interaction and the development of definite descriptions Deutsch, Werner
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696 Some teasers concerning conditional probabilities Bar-Hillel, Maya
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697 Songs as an aid for language acquisition Schön, Daniele
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701 Spatial representation of objects in the young blind child Landau, Barbara
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713 Studies on the categorization of speech by infants Miller, Joanne L.
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714 Subjective visibility depends on level of processing Windey, Bert
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729 Syntactic structure assembly in human parsing: a computational model based on competitive inhibition and a lexicalist grammar Vosse, Theo
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730 Syntax or semantics? Response to Lidz et al. Tomasello, Michael
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734 Tangled webs: Tracing the connections between genes and cognition Fisher, Simon E.
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735 Task-specificity and species-specificity in the study of language: A methodological note Osherson, Daniel N.
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739 Thanks to our guest reviewers 1996
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740 Thanks to our guest reviewers 1992
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