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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A Bayesian formulation of behavioral control Huys, Quentin J.M.
2009
3-4 3 p. 314-328
artikel
2 About the influence of the presentation format on arithmetical-fact retrieval processes Noël, Marie-Pascale
1997
3-4 3 p. 335-374
40 p.
artikel
3 Abstract morphemes and lexical representation: the CV-Skeleton in Arabic Boudelaa, Sami
2004
3-4 3 p. 271-303
33 p.
artikel
4 A case study of an English-Japanese bilingual with monolingual dyslexia Wydell, Taeko Nakayama
1999
3-4 3 p. 273-305
33 p.
artikel
5 Acknowledgement to Reviewers 2012
3-4 3 p. I-VII
nvt p.
artikel
6 ACKNOWLEDGMENT 2010
3-4 3 p. I-VI
nvt p.
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7 A closer look at the probabilities of the notorious three prisoners Falk, Ruma
1992
3-4 3 p. 197-223
27 p.
artikel
8 A connectionist model of a continuous developmental transition in the balance scale task Schapiro, Anna C.
2009
3-4 3 p. 395-411
17 p.
artikel
9 A constructivist connectionist model of transitions on false-belief tasks Berthiaume, Vincent G.
2013
3-4 3 p. 441-458
18 p.
artikel
10 Acoustic emphasis in four year olds Wonnacott, Elizabeth
2008
3-4 3 p. 1093-1101
9 p.
artikel
11 Acquired `theory of mind' impairments following stroke Happé, Francesca
1999
3-4 3 p. 211-240
30 p.
artikel
12 A cross-linguistic comparison of generic noun phrases in English and Mandarin Gelman, Susan A
1998
3-4 3 p. 215-248
34 p.
artikel
13 Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use Collins, Thérèse
2008
3-4 3 p. 363-371
9 p.
artikel
14 Action understanding as inverse planning Baker, Chris L.
2009
3-4 3 p. 329-349
artikel
15 Addressees distinguish shared from private information when interpreting questions during interactive conversation Brown-Schmidt, Sarah
2008
3-4 3 p. 1122-1134
13 p.
artikel
16 A developmental shift from similar to language-specific strategies in verb acquisition: A comparison of English, Spanish, and Japanese Maguire, Mandy J.
2010
3-4 3 p. 299-319
21 p.
artikel
17 A developmental study of the affective value of tempo and mode in music Dalla Bella, Simone
2001
3-4 3 p. B1-B10
nvt p.
artikel
18 Adjectives really do modify nouns: the incremental and restricted nature of early adjective acquisition Mintz, Toben H.
2002
3-4 3 p. 267-293
27 p.
artikel
19 A double-dissociation in infants' representations of object arrays Feigenson, Lisa
2005
3-4 3 p. B37-B48
nvt p.
artikel
20 A dual-route perspective on eye movements of dyslexic readers Hawelka, Stefan
2010
3-4 3 p. 367-379
13 p.
artikel
21 Aesthetic preference and syntactic prototypicality in music: 'Tis the gift to be simple Smith, J.David
1990
3-4 3 p. 279-298
20 p.
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22 A face inversion effect without a face Brandman, Talia
2012
3-4 3 p. 365-372
8 p.
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23 Affective evaluations of objects are influenced by observed gaze direction and emotional expression Bayliss, Andrew P.
2007
3-4 3 p. 644-653
10 p.
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24 A final brief in the case against agrammatism: The role of theory in the selection of data Badecker, William
1986
3-4 3 p. 277-282
6 p.
artikel
25 Against definitions Fodor, J.A.
1980
3-4 3 p. 263-367
105 p.
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26 A generalized signal detection model to predict rational variation in base rate use Mueser, Peter R.
1999
3-4 3 p. 267-312
46 p.
artikel
27 A generative transformational model for child language acquisition: A discussion of L. Bloom, language development: Form and function in emerging grammars Schaerlaekens, A.
1973
3-4 3 p. 371-376
6 p.
artikel
28 Age of acquisition predicts rate of lexical evolution Monaghan, Padraic
2014
3-4 3 p. 530-534
5 p.
artikel
29 Aliens behaving badly: Children’s acquisition of novel purity-based morals Rottman, Joshua
2012
3-4 3 p. 356-360
5 p.
artikel
30 Aligning pictorial descriptions: An approach to object recognition Ullman, Shimon
1989
3-4 3 p. 193-254
62 p.
artikel
31 A limit on behavioral plasticity in speech perception Pallier, Christophe
1997
3-4 3 p. B9-B17
nvt p.
artikel
32 Alterations of the phonetic coding of speech sounds during repetition Goldstein, Louis M.
1973
3-4 3 p. 279-297
19 p.
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33 Altered vision near the hands Abrams, Richard A.
2008
3-4 3 p. 1035-1047
13 p.
artikel
34 Ambient visual information confers a context-specific, long-term benefit on memory for haptic scenes Pasqualotto, Achille
2013
3-4 3 p. 363-379
17 p.
artikel
35 A mechanism of implicit lexicalized phonological recoding used concurrently with underdeveloped explicit letter-sound skills in both precocious and normal reading development Fletcher-Flinn, Claire M
2004
3-4 3 p. 303-335
33 p.
artikel
36 Ampliative inference: on choosing a probability distribution Osherson, Daniel
1993
3-4 3 p. 189-210
22 p.
artikel
37 Analogic and abstraction strategies in synthetic grammar learning: A functionalist interpretation Reber, Arthur S.
1978
3-4 3 p. 189-221
33 p.
artikel
38 Analysis of perceptual confusions between nine sets of consonant-vowel sounds in normal and dyslexic adults Cornelissen, P.L.
1996
3-4 3 p. 275-306
32 p.
artikel
39 Analytic cognitive style predicts religious and paranormal belief Pennycook, Gordon
2012
3-4 3 p. 335-346
12 p.
artikel
40 Analytic thinking reduces belief in conspiracy theories Swami, Viren
2014
3-4 3 p. 572-585
14 p.
artikel
41 An integrated perspective on the relation between response speed and intelligence van Ravenzwaaij, Don
2011
3-4 3 p. 381-393
13 p.
artikel
42 An on-line method in studying music parsing Berent, Iris
1993
3-4 3 p. 203-222
20 p.
artikel
43 A note on DeCaro, Thomas, and Beilock (2008): Further data demonstrate complexities in the assessment of information–integration category learning Tharp, Ian J.
2009
3-4 3 p. 410-414
5 p.
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44 A note on prototype theory and fuzzy sets Zadeh, L.A.
1982
3-4 3 p. 291-297
7 p.
artikel
45 A note on the abstract readings of verbs of perception Caplan, David
1973
3-4 3 p. 269-277
9 p.
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46 Answering the connectionist challenge: a symbolic model of learning the past tenses of English verbs Ling, Charles X.
1993
3-4 3 p. 235-290
56 p.
artikel
47 Antecedent frequency effects during the processing of pronouns van Gompel, Roger P.G
2004
3-4 3 p. 255-264
10 p.
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48 Anticipating explanations in relative clause processing Rohde, H.
2011
3-4 3 p. 339-358
20 p.
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49 Anticipating incoming events: an impaired cognitive process in schizophrenia Posada, A.
2001
3-4 3 p. 209-226
18 p.
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50 Anticipating intentional actions: The effect of eye gaze direction on the judgment of head rotation Hudson, Matthew
2009
3-4 3 p. 423-434
12 p.
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51 Anticipatory looks reveal expectations about discourse relations Rohde, Hannah
2014
3-4 3 p. 667-691
25 p.
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52 A perceptually-based model of children's earliest productions Echols, Catharine H.
1993
3-4 3 p. 245-296
52 p.
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53 A phoneme effect in visual word recognition Rey, Arnaud
1998
3-4 3 p. B71-B80
nvt p.
artikel
54 A probabilistic corpus-based model of syntactic parallelism Dubey, Amit
2008
3-4 3 p. 326-344
19 p.
artikel
55 A psychological approach to concepts: Comments on Rey's “Concepts and stereotypes” Smith, Edward E.
1984
3-4 3 p. 265-274
10 p.
artikel
56 A reaction time advantage for calculating beliefs over public representations signals domain specificity for ‘theory of mind’ Cohen, Adam S.
2010
3-4 3 p. 417-425
9 p.
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57 Are conceptions of motion based on a naive theory or on prototypes? Yates, Jack
1988
3-4 3 p. 251-275
25 p.
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58 Are generalised scalar implicatures generated by default? An on-line investigation into the role of context in generating pragmatic inferences Breheny, Richard
2006
3-4 3 p. 434-463
30 p.
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59 Are perceptuo-motor decisions really more optimal than cognitive decisions? Jarvstad, Andreas
2014
3-4 3 p. 397-416
20 p.
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60 A reply to Evans Kahneman, Daniel
1982
3-4 3 p. 325-326
2 p.
artikel
61 A representational analysis of numeration systems Zhang, Jiajie
1995
3-4 3 p. 271-295
25 p.
artikel
62 Are root letters compulsory for lexical access in Semitic languages? The case of masked form-priming in Arabic Perea, Manuel
2014
3-4 3 p. 491-500
10 p.
artikel
63 Arithmetic operation and working memory: differential suppression in dual tasks Lee, Kyoung-Min
2002
3-4 3 p. B63-B68
nvt p.
artikel
64 A rose in any other font would not smell as sweet: Effects of perceptual fluency on categorization Oppenheimer, Daniel M.
2008
3-4 3 p. 1178-1194
17 p.
artikel
65 Artifactual kinds and functional design features: what a primate understands without language Hauser, Marc D
1997
3-4 3 p. 285-308
24 p.
artikel
66 A self-organizing learning account of number-form synaesthesia Makioka, Shogo
2009
3-4 3 p. 397-414
18 p.
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67 A specific role for efferent information in self-recognition Tsakiris, Manos
2005
3-4 3 p. 215-231
17 p.
artikel
68 Assessing automaticity in audiovisual speech integration: evidence from the speeded classification task Soto-Faraco, Salvador
2004
3-4 3 p. B13-B23
nvt p.
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69 A step at a time: Preliterate children’s simulation of narrative movement during story comprehension Fecica, Agnieszka M.
2010
3-4 3 p. 368-381
14 p.
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70 A theory of the child's theory of mind Fodor, J.A.
1992
3-4 3 p. 283-296
14 p.
artikel
71 Attentional loads associated with interlimb interactions underlying rhythmic bimanual coordination Ridderikhoff, Arne
2008
3-4 3 p. 372-388
17 p.
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72 Attentional modulation of masked repetition and categorical priming in young and older adults Fabre, Ludovic
2007
3-4 3 p. 513-532
20 p.
artikel
73 Attentional resources in visual tracking through occlusion: The high-beams effect Flombaum, Jonathan I.
2008
3-4 3 p. 904-931
28 p.
artikel
74 Attentional SNARC: There’s something special about numbers (let us count the ways) Dodd, Michael D.
2008
3-4 3 p. 810-818
9 p.
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75 Attention and cognition Vadhan, Vimla P.
1977
3-4 3 p. 251-263
13 p.
artikel
76 Attention capacity and task difficulty in visual search Huang, Liqiang
2005
3-4 3 p. B101-B111
nvt p.
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77 A tutorial introduction to Bayesian models of cognitive development Perfors, Amy
2011
3-4 3 p. 302-321
20 p.
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78 Audio-visual speech perception off the top of the head Davis, Chris
2006
3-4 3 p. B21-B31
nvt p.
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79 Auditory local bias and reduced global interference in autism Bouvet, Lucie
2014
3-4 3 p. 367-372
6 p.
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80 Auditory processing deficits in children with reading and language impairments: Can they (and should they) be treated? McArthur, G.M.
2008
3-4 3 p. 946-977
32 p.
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81 Auditory stream segregation in Japanese monkeys Izumi, Akihiro
2002
3-4 3 p. B113-B122
nvt p.
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82 Authentic Gettier cases: A reply to Starmans and Friedman Nagel, Jennifer
2013
3-4 3 p. 666-669
4 p.
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83 Author Index 2003
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1 p.
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84 Author Index 2003
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85 Author index 2006
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86 Author Index 2006
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87 Author index 2006
3-4 3 p. 545-546
2 p.
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88 Author Index 2004
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89 Author Index 2004
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90 Author Index 2005
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91 Author Index 2004
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92 Author Index 2004
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93 Author Index 2005
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94 Author index for volume 86 2003
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95 Author index for Volume 87 2003
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96 Author index for volume 82 2002
3-4 3 p. 279-
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97 Author index for volume 83 2002
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98 Author Index for Volume 85 2002
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99 Author Index for Volume 84 2002
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100 Author index for volume 81 2001
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101 Author index for volume 79 2001
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102 Author index for volume 80 2001
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103 Author Index for Volume 107 2008
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3 p.
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104 Author index for volume 103 2007
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2 p.
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105 Author index for volume 102 2007
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2 p.
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106 Author index for volume 104 2007
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107 Author index for volume 105 2007
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108 Author Index for Volume 100 2006
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109 Author Index for volume 94 2005
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110 Author Index for volume 95 2005
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111 Author Index for Volume 106 2008
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112 Author index of volume 54 1995
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113 Author index of volume 56 1995
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114 Author index of volume 58 1996
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115 Author index of volume 61 1996
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116 Author index of volume 60 1996
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117 Author index of volume 59 1996
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118 Author index of volume 57 1995
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119 Author index of volume 55 1995
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120 Author index of volume 48 1993
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121 Author index of volume 52 1994
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122 Author index of volume 51 1994
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123 Author index of volume 39 1991
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124 Author index of volume 40 1991
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125 Author index of volume 43 1992
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126 Author index of volume 53 1994
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127 Author index of volume 47 1993
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128 Author index of volume 46 1993
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129 Author index of volume 44 1992
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130 Author index of volume 49 1993
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131 Author index of volume 38 1991
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132 Author index of volume 25 1987
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133 Author index of volume 24 1986
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134 Author index of volume 9 1981
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135 Author index of volume 36 1990
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136 Author index of volume 28 1988
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137 Author index of volume 12 1982
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138 Author index of volume 22 1986
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139 Author index of volume 31 1989
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140 Author index of volume 33 1989
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141 Author index of volume 37 1990
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142 Author index of volume 17 1984
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143 Author index of volume 23 1986
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144 Author index of volume 16 1984
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145 Author index of volume 32 1989
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146 Author index of volume 35 1990
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147 Author index of volume 29 1988
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148 Author index of volume 13 1983
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149 Author index of volume 19 1985
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150 Author index of volume 34 1990
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151 Author index of volume 30 1988
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152 Author index of volume 20 1985
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153 Author index of volume 26 1987
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154 Author index of volume 27 1987
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155 Author index of volume 14 1983
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156 Authority dependence and judgments of utilitarian harm Piazza, Jared
2013
3-4 3 p. 261-270
10 p.
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157 Balancing energetic and cognitive resources: Memory use during search depends on the orienting effector Solman, Grayden J.F.
2014
3-4 3 p. 443-454
12 p.
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158 Basic-level individuals Hall, D.Geoffrey
1993
3-4 3 p. 199-221
23 p.
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159 Basic numerical skills in children with mathematics learning disabilities: A comparison of symbolic vs non-symbolic number magnitude processing Rousselle, Laurence
2007
3-4 3 p. 361-395
35 p.
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160 Beethoven’s last piano sonata and those who follow crocodiles: Cross-domain mappings of auditory pitch in a musical context Eitan, Zohar
2010
3-4 3 p. 405-422
18 p.
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161 Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence for the impact of regional variation on phoneme perception Brunellière, Angèle
2009
3-4 3 p. 390-396
7 p.
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162 Behavioral distraction by auditory novelty is not only about novelty: The role of the distracter’s informational value Parmentier, Fabrice B.R.
2010
3-4 3 p. 504-511
8 p.
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163 Behavioral speed contagion: Automatic modulation of movement timing by observation of body movements Watanabe, Katsumi
2008
3-4 3 p. 1514-1524
11 p.
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164 Behold the voice of wrath: Cross-modal modulation of visual attention by anger prosody Brosch, Tobias
2008
3-4 3 p. 1497-1503
7 p.
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165 Beyond perceptual symbols: A call for representational pluralism Dove, Guy
2009
3-4 3 p. 412-431
20 p.
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166 Beyond the answer: Post-error processes Kleiter, Gernot D.
1989
3-4 3 p. 255-277
23 p.
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167 Biases in preferences for sequences of outcomes in monkeys Blanchard, Tommy C.
2014
3-4 3 p. 289-299
11 p.
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168 Bimodal bilinguals co-activate both languages during spoken comprehension Shook, Anthony
2012
3-4 3 p. 314-324
11 p.
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169 Binding theory and grammatical specific language impairment in children van der Lely, Heather K.J
1997
3-4 3 p. 245-290
46 p.
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170 Biological motion cues trigger reflexive attentional orienting Shi, Jinfu
2010
3-4 3 p. 348-354
7 p.
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171 Biological preparedness and evolutionary explanation Dellarosa Cummins, Denise
1999
3-4 3 p. B37-B53
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172 Bodies and codas or core syllables plus appendices? Evidence for a developmental theory of subsyllabic division preference Chen, Aleck Shih-Wei
2011
3-4 3 p. 338-362
25 p.
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173 Books received 1994 1995
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174 Books received 1983
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175 Books received 1988 1989
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176 Books received 1982
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177 Books Received 2003 2004
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178 Books received in 2001 2002
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179 Books received in 2000 2001
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180 Brief and rare mental “breaks” keep you focused: Deactivation and reactivation of task goals preempt vigilance decrements Ariga, Atsunori
2011
3-4 3 p. 439-443
5 p.
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181 Bringing theories of word learning in line with the evidence Booth, Amy E.
2003
3-4 3 p. 215-218
4 p.
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182 Calibrating the mental number line Izard, Véronique
2008
3-4 3 p. 1221-1247
27 p.
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183 Calibration and the effects of knowledge and reconstruction in retrieval from memory Wagenaar, Willem A.
1988
3-4 3 p. 277-296
20 p.
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184 Can an agent’s false belief be corrected by an appropriate communication? Psychological reasoning in 18-month-old infants Song, Hyun-joo
2008
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21 p.
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185 Can blindsight be superior to ‘sighted-sight’? Trevethan, Ceri T.
2007
3-4 3 p. 491-501
11 p.
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186 Can chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) discriminate appearance from reality? Krachun, Carla
2009
3-4 3 p. 435-450
16 p.
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187 Can rhesus monkeys spontaneously subtract? Sulkowski, Gregory M.
2001
3-4 3 p. 239-262
24 p.
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188 Can statistical learning bootstrap the integers? Rips, Lance J.
2013
3-4 3 p. 320-330
11 p.
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189 “Can we say …?” Children's understanding of intensionality Russell, James
1987
3-4 3 p. 289-308
20 p.
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190 Can we talk to robots? Ten-month-old infants expected interactive humanoid robots to be talked to by persons Arita, Akiko
2005
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191 Cascading influences on the production of speech: Evidence from articulation McMillan, Corey T.
2010
3-4 3 p. 243-260
18 p.
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192 Categorical effects in the perception of faces Beale, James M.
1995
3-4 3 p. 217-239
23 p.
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193 Categorical perception of facial expressions Etcoff, Nancy L.
1992
3-4 3 p. 227-240
14 p.
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194 Categorical priming of famous person recognition: A hitherto overlooked methodological factor can resolve a long-standing debate Stone, Anna
2008
3-4 3 p. 874-880
7 p.
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195 Categorical structure among shared features in networks of early-learned nouns Hills, Thomas T.
2009
3-4 3 p. 381-396
16 p.
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196 Categories and induction in young children Gelman, Susan A.
1986
3-4 3 p. 183-209
27 p.
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197 Category contingent aftereffects for faces of different races, ages and species Little, Anthony C.
2008
3-4 3 p. 1537-1547
11 p.
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198 Category essence or essentially pragmatic? Creator’s intention in naming and what’s really what Malt, Barbara C.
2007
3-4 3 p. 615-648
34 p.
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199 Category-specificity in visual object recognition Gerlach, Christian
2009
3-4 3 p. 281-301
21 p.
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200 Causal cognition in a non-human primate: field playback experiments with Diana monkeys Zuberbühler, Klaus
2000
3-4 3 p. 195-207
13 p.
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201 Caution—the words you use may affect what you say: A response to Au Bloom, Alfred H.
1984
3-4 3 p. 275-287
13 p.
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202 Challenge and error: Critical events and attention-related errors Cheyne, James Allan
2011
3-4 3 p. 437-446
10 p.
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203 Chances and frequencies in probabilistic reasoning: rejoinder to Hoffrage, Gigerenzer, Krauss, and Martignon Girotto, Vittorio
2002
3-4 3 p. 353-359
7 p.
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204 Characteristics of developmental dyslexia Baddeley, Alan D.
1988
3-4 3 p. 197-228
32 p.
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205 Children can solve Bayesian problems: the role of representation in mental computation Zhu, Liqi
2006
3-4 3 p. 287-308
22 p.
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206 Children expect generic knowledge to be widely shared Cimpian, Andrei
2012
3-4 3 p. 419-433
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207 Children's comprehension of sentences with focus particles Paterson, Kevin B
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208 Children’s developing understanding of the relation between variable causal efficacy and mechanistic complexity Erb, Christopher D.
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209 Children’s imitation of causal action sequences is influenced by statistical and pedagogical evidence Buchsbaum, Daphna
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210 Children's mental representation of referential relations Apperly, I.A
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211 Children's predictions of consistency in people's actions Kalish, Charles W.
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212 Children's understanding of number is similar to adults' and rats': numerical estimation by 5–7-year-olds Huntley-Fenner, Gavin
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213 Children’s understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction Gilmore, Camilla K.
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214 Children's use of counterfactual thinking in causal reasoning Harris, Paul L.
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215 Children use canonical sentence schemas: A crosslinguistic study of word order and inflections Slobin, Dan I.
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216 Chimpanzees deceive a human competitor by hiding Hare, Brian
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217 Chinese and Americans see opposite apparent motions in a Chinese character Tse, Peter Ulric
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218 Classes and collections: Principles of organization in the learning of hierarchical relations Markman, Ellen M.
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219 Clauses are perceptual units for young infants Hirsh-Pasek, Kathy
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220 Coalitional psychology on the playground: Reasoning about indirect social consequences in preschoolers and adults Pietraszewski, David
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221 Cognitive load selectively interferes with utilitarian moral judgment Greene, Joshua D.
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222 Cold or calculating? Reduced activity in the subgenual cingulate cortex reflects decreased emotional aversion to harming in counterintuitive utilitarian judgment Wiech, Katja
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223 Color categories and color appearance Webster, Michael A.
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224 Combinatorics and probability: Six- to ten-year-olds reliably predict whether a relation will occur Gonzalez, Michel
2011
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225 Complete unconscious control: Using (in)action primes to demonstrate completely unconscious activation of inhibitory control mechanisms Hepler, Justin
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226 Components of executive control with advantages for bilingual children in two cultures Bialystok, Ellen
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227 Components of high-level vision: A cognitive neuroscience analysis and accounts of neurological syndromes Kosslyn, Stephen M.
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228 Comprehension of reversible sentences in “agrammatism”: a meta-analysis Berndt, Rita Sloan
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229 Computer output Osherson, Daniel N.
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230 Concepts and conceptions: A reply to Smith, Medin and Rips Rey, Georges
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231 Conceptual distinctions amongst generics Prasada, Sandeep
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232 Concurrent processing of words and their replacements during speech Hartsuiker, Robert J.
2008
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233 Conditional reasoning by mental models: chronometric and developmental evidence Barrouillet, Pierre
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234 Conditional reasoning, causality, and the structure of semantic memory: strength of association as a predictive factor for content effects Quinn, Stéphane
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235 Conflict monitoring in dual process theories of thinking De Neys, Wim
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236 Connectionist semantic systematicity Frank, Stefan L.
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237 Connections and symbols: closing the gap MacWhinney, Brian
1993
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238 Consistent and varied training in the theory of automatic and controlled information processing Duncan, John
1986
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239 Consistent (but not variable) names as invitations to form object categories: new evidence from 12-month-old infants Waxman, Sandra R.
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240 Constraining the comprehension of pronominal expressions in Chinese Yang, Chin Lung
2003
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241 Constraints on perceptual learning: objects and dimensions Bedford, Felice L.
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242 Content of volume 46 1993
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243 Contents for Volume 84 2002
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244 Contents of volume 86 2003
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245 Contents of Volume 2003
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246 Contents of Volume 87 2003
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247 Contents of volume 82 2002
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248 Contents of volume 83 2002
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250 Contents of volume 56 1995
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252 Contents of volume 58 1996
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253 Contents of volume 60 1996
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254 Contents of volume 61 1996
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255 Contents of volume 59 1996
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257 Contents of volume 80 2001
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258 Contents of volume 79 2001
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259 Contents of volume 57 1995
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260 Contents of volume 54 1995
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261 Contents of volume 52 1994
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263 Contents of volume 39 1991
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269 Contents of volume 26 1987
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270 Contents of volume 9 1981
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271 Contents of volume 36 1990
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272 Contents of volume 23 1986
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273 Contents of volume 13 1983
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274 Contents of volume 22 1986
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275 Contents of volume 33 1989
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277 Contents of volume 30 1988
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281 Contents of volume 32 1989
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283 Contents of volume 21 1985
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284 Contents of volume 11 1982
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285 Contents of volume 20 1985
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286 Contents of volume 35 1990
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287 Contents of volume 29 1988
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290 Contents of volume 31 1989
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291 Contents of Volume 107 2008
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292 Contents of volume 25 1987
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309 Contents of volume 106 2008
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310 Contents to volume 88 2003
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311 Contents to volume 34 1990
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312 Contents to Volume 98 2006
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313 Contents to Volume 97 2005
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314 Contextual modulation of reading rate for direct versus indirect speech quotations Yao, Bo
2011
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315 Contrasting effects of feature-based statistics on the categorisation and basic-level identification of visual objects Taylor, Kirsten I.
2012
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316 Conventions of relevance: “Look, but don't touch with dirty hands!” A rejoinder to Siegal and Sanderson Perner, Josef
1989
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317 Conversation, co-ordination and convention: an empirical investigation of how groups establish linguistic conventions Garrod, Simon
1994
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318 Coordinating cognition: The costs and benefits of shared gaze during collaborative search Brennan, Susan E.
2008
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319 Correlates of linguistic rhythm in the speech signal Ramus, Franck
1999
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320 Corrigendum to “Three ideal observer models for rule learning in simple languages” [Cognition 120 (3) (2011) 360–371] Frank, Michael C.
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321 Corrigendum to Tic Tac TOE: Effects of predictability and importance on acoustic prominence in language production Watson, Duane G.
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322 Counterfactuals: In reply to Alfred Bloom Au, Terry Kit-fong
1984
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323 Critical period effects on universal properties of language: The status of subjacency in the acquisition of a second language Johnson, Jacqueline S.
1991
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324 Cross-modal interactions in the experience of musical performances: Physiological correlates Chapados, Catherine
2008
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325 Cross-sensory transfer of reference frames in spatial memory Kelly, Jonathan W.
2011
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326 Cultural effect on perspective taking in Chinese–English bilinguals Luk, Kevin K.S.
2012
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327 Cumulative semantic inhibition in picture naming: experimental and computational studies Howard, David
2006
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328 Decisions, decisions: infant language learning when multiple generalizations are possible Gerken, LouAnn
2006
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329 Determinants of spelling ability in deaf and hearing adults: Access to linguistic structure Hanson, Vicki L.
1983
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330 Determination of visual figure and ground in dynamically deforming shapes Barenholtz, Elan
2006
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331 Determining who owns what: Do children infer ownership from first possession? Friedman, Ori
2008
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332 Developing knowledge of objects' motion properties in infancy Rakison, David H.
2005
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333 Developing PFC representations using reinforcement learning Reynolds, Jeremy R.
2009
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334 Developmental changes in infants’ visual short-term memory for location Oakes, Lisa M.
2011
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335 Development of preferences for the human body shape in infancy Slaughter, Virginia
2002
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336 Different action patterns for cooperative and competitive behaviour Georgiou, Ioanna
2007
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337 Differential involvement of left prefrontal cortexin inductive and deductive reasoning Goel, Vinod
2004
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338 Differential reliance of chimpanzees and humans on automatic and deliberate control of motor actions Kaneko, Takaaki
2014
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339 Different time courses of integrative semantic processing for plural and singular nouns: implications for theories of sentence processing Kennison, Shelia M.
2005
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340 Direct gaze modulates face recognition in young infants Farroni, Teresa
2007
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341 Discontinuity in the enumeration of sequentially presented auditory and visual stimuli Camos, Valérie
2008
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342 Discussion 1999
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343 Discussion 1999
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344 Discussion 1999
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345 Discussion 1999
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346 Discussion 1997
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347 Discussion 1997
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348 Discussion 1998
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349 Discussion 1998
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350 Dissociating position and heading estimations: Rotated visual orientation cues perceived after walking reset headings but not positions Mou, Weimin
2014
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351 Dissociating Simon and affordance compatibility effects: Silhouettes and photographs Pappas, Zissis
2014
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352 Dissociation of active working memory and passive recognition in rhesus monkeys Basile, Benjamin M.
2013
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353 Distinguishing universal and language-dependent levels of speech perception: Evidence from Japanese listeners' perception of English “l” and “r” Mann, Virginia A.
1986
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354 Distributional structure in language: Contributions to noun–verb difficulty differences in infant word recognition Willits, Jon A.
2014
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355 Do children have a concept of mental representation? A comment on Perner and Ogden's position Siegal, Michael
1989
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356 Do children think that duplicating the body also duplicates the mind? Hood, Bruce
2012
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357 Do current connectionist learning models account for reading development in different languages? Hutzler, Florian
2004
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358 Do development and learning really decrease memory? On similarity and category-based induction in adults and children Wilburn, Catherine
2008
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359 Does bilingualism twist your tongue? Gollan, Tamar H.
2012
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360 Does representational momentum reflect a distortion of the length or the endpoint of a trajectory? Hubbard, Timothy L
2002
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361 Does the autistic child have a metarepresentational deficit? Leekam, Susan R.
1991
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362 Does verb bias modulate syntactic priming? Bernolet, Sarah
2010
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363 Does visual word identification involve a sub-phonemic level? Lukatela, G
2001
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364 Dog is a dog is a dog: Infant rule learning is not specific to language Saffran, Jenny R.
2007
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365 Do individuals with autism process words in context? Evidence from language-mediated eye-movements Brock, Jon
2008
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366 Domain specificity in conceptual development: Neuropsychological evidence from autism Leslie, Alan M.
1992
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367 Do 12.5-month-old infants consider what objects others can see when interpreting their actions? Luo, Yuyan
2007
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368 Do 10-month-old infants understand others’ false beliefs? Luo, Yuyan
2011
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369 Do six-month-old infants perceive causality? Leslie, Alan M.
1987
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370 Do transposed-letter similarity effects occur at a morpheme level? Evidence for morpho-orthographic decomposition Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni
2007
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371 Do we have innate knowledge about phonological markedness? Comments on Berent, Steriade, Lennertz, and Vaknin Peperkamp, Sharon
2007
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372 Do young children have adult-like syntactic categories? Zipf’s law and the case of the determiner Pine, Julian M.
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373 Do young children have adult syntactic competence? Tomasello, Michael
2000
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374 Dr. Angry and Mr. Smile: when categorization flexibly modifies the perception of faces in rapid visual presentations Schyns, Philippe G
1999
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375 Drinking and driving don't mix: inductive generalization in infancy Mandler, Jean M.
1996
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376 Dynamic action units slip in speech production errors Goldstein, Louis
2007
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377 Early map use as an unlearned ability Landau, Barbara
1986
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378 Easy on the mind, easy on the wrongdoer: Discrepantly fluent violations are deemed less morally wrong Laham, Simon M.
2009
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379 Ecological laws of perceiving and acting: In reply to Fodor and Pylyshyn (1981) Turvey, M.T.
1981
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380 Editorial 1999
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381 Editorial Mehler, Jacques
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382 Editorial Board 2009
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408 Editorial note 2000
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409 Effects of semantic context in the naming of pictures and words Damian, Markus F
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410 Electrophysiological evidence for the time-course of verifying text ideas Ferretti, Todd R.
2008
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411 Eliminating unpredictable variation through iterated learning Smith, Kenny
2010
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412 Elucidating the component processes involved in dyslexic and non-dyslexic reading fluency: An eye-tracking study Jones, Manon W.
2008
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413 Emotion and memory: A recognition advantage for positive and negative words independent of arousal Adelman, James S.
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414 Emotion words, regardless of polarity, have a processing advantage over neutral words Kousta, Stavroula-Thaleia
2009
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415 Empirical evaluation of the uncanny valley hypothesis fails to confirm the predicted effect of motion Piwek, Lukasz
2014
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416 Encoding of others’ beliefs without overt instruction Cohen, Adam S.
2009
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417 Enhanced old–new recognition and source memory for faces of cooperators and defectors in a social-dilemma game Bell, Raoul
2010
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418 Enhanced recognition of defectors depends on their rarity Barclay, Pat
2008
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419 Enumeration of collective entities by 5-month-old infants Wynn, Karen
2002
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420 Environmental inversion effects in face perception Davidenko, Nicolas
2012
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421 Errata 1990
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422 Errata 1989
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423 Erratum 1995
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424 Erratum 1998
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425 Erratum to ‘Horizontal and vertical Simon effect: different underlying mechanisms?’ [Cognition 96 (2005) B33–43]☆ Vallesi, Antonino
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426 Erratum to “Meaning matters in children’s plural productions” [Cognition 108 (2008) 466–476] Zapf, Jennifer A.
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427 Erratum to “Solving probabilistic and statistical problems: a matter of information structure and question form” [Cognition 78 (2001) 247–276] Girotto, Vittorio
2002
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476 Gesture is at the cutting edge of early language development Özçalışkan, Şeyda
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477 Gigerenzer's normative critique of Kahneman and Tversky Vranas, Peter B.M.
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478 Giving the boot to the bootstrap: How not to learn the natural numbers Rips, Lance J.
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479 Goal attribution without agency cues: the perception of ‘pure reason’ in infancy Csibra, Gergely
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480 ‘Goals’ are not an integral component of imitation Leighton, Jane
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481 Gorillas we have missed: Sustained inattentional deafness for dynamic events Dalton, Polly
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482 Gradedness and conceptual combination Osherson, Daniel N.
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483 Grammatical description versus configurational arrangement in language acquisition: The case of relative clauses in Japanese Hakuta, Kenji
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484 Grammatical information effects in auditory word recognition Katz, L.
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485 Granularity and the acquisition of grammatical gender: How order-of-acquisition affects what gets learned Arnon, Inbal
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486 Grasping the concept of personal property Constable, Merryn D.
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489 Have sex differences in spatial ability evolved from male competition for mating and female concern for survival? Ecuyer-Dab, Isabelle
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490 Hearing a melody in different ways: Multistability of metrical interpretation, reflected in rate limits of sensorimotor synchronization Repp, Bruno H.
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491 Hearing brighter: Changing in-depth visual perception through looming sounds Sutherland, Clare A.M.
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493 Hemispheric differences in semantic-relatedness judgments Zwaan, Rolf A
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494 Hierarchically organized behavior and its neural foundations: A reinforcement learning perspective Botvinick, Matthew M.
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495 Hierarchy and scope of planning in subject–verb agreement production Gillespie, Maureen
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496 Higher-order structure and relational reasoning: Contrasting analogical and thematic relations Goswami, Usha
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497 High level processing scope in spoken sentence production Smith, Mark
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498 Hits and misses: Kirby on the selection task Over, D.E.
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499 Holding on to childhood language memory Oh, Janet S
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500 Holistic or compositional representation of two-digit numbers? Evidence from the distance, magnitude, and SNARC effects in a number-matching task Zhou, Xinlin
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501 How can mental models theory account for content effects in conditional reasoning? A developmental perspective Barrouillet, Pierre
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502 How children block learning from ignorant speakers Sabbagh, Mark A.
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503 How choice ecology influences search in decisions from experience Lejarraga, Tomás
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504 How counting represents number: What children must learn and when they learn it Sarnecka, Barbara W.
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506 How do speakers avoid ambiguous linguistic expressions? Ferreira, Victor S.
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507 How do we convert a number into a finger trajectory? Dotan, Dror
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508 How do young children determine location? Evidence from disorientation tasks Lourenco, Stella F.
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509 How many hindsight biases are there? Blank, Hartmut
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510 How polite?: A reply to Clark and Schunk Kemper, Susan
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511 How selfish is memory for cheaters? Evidence for moral and egoistic biases Bell, Raoul
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512 How speakers interrupt themselves in managing problems in speaking: Evidence from self-repairs Seyfeddinipur, Mandana
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513 How surprising is a simple pattern? Quantifying “Eureka!” Feldman, Jacob
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514 How to built a connectionist idiot (savant) Norris, Dennis
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515 How verbs and non-verbal categories navigate the syntax/semantics interface: Insights from cognitive neuropsychology Miozzo, Michele
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516 Human visual processing oscillates: Evidence from a classification image technique Blais, Caroline
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517 IFC as Pub info/Ed Board 2013
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526 If I imagine it, then it happened: The Implicit Truth Value of imaginary representations Shidlovski, Daniella
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527 If you want to get ahead, get a theory Karmiloff-Smith, Annette
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532 Impaired artificial grammar learning in agrammatism Christiansen, Morten H.
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533 Implicit learning as an ability Kaufman, Scott Barry
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534 Implicit statistical learning in language processing: Word predictability is the key Conway, Christopher M.
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535 Incidental sequence learning across the lifespan Weiermann, Brigitte
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536 Incremental interpretation at verbs: restricting the domain of subsequent reference Altmann, Gerry T.M
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537 In defense of agrammatism Caplan, David
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540 Independent effects of bilingualism and socioeconomic status on language ability and executive functioning Calvo, Alejandra
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541 Index 1999
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558 Indexical and symbolic referencing: what role do they play in children's success on theory of mind tasks? Abu-Akel, Ahmad
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559 Indicators of causal agency in physical interactions: The role of the prior context Mayrhofer, Ralf
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560 Individual differences in the perception of similarity and difference Simmons, Sabrina
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561 Infants attribute goals even to biomechanically impossible actions Southgate, Victoria
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562 Infants’ auditory enumeration: Evidence for analog magnitudes in the small number range vanMarle, Kristy
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563 Infants discriminate manners and paths in non-linguistic dynamic events Pulverman, Rachel
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564 Infant search tasks reveal early concepts of containment and canonical usage of objects Freeman, N.H.
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565 Infant sensitivity to distributional information can affect phonetic discrimination Maye, Jessica
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566 Infants' formation and use of categories to segregate objects Needham, Amy
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567 Infants rapidly learn word-referent mappings via cross-situational statistics Smith, Linda
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568 Infants' tracking of objects and collections Chiang, Wen-Chi
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569 Infants' understanding of false labeling events: the referential roles of words and the speakers who use them Koenig, Melissa A
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570 Infants' use of featural and experiential information in segregating and individuating objects: a reply to Xu, Carey and Welch (2000) Needham, Amy
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571 Inferring the intentional states of autonomous virtual agents Pantelis, Peter C.
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572 Information leakage from logically equivalent frames Sher, Shlomi
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573 Inhibitory priming effects in auditory word recognition: when the target's competitors conflict with the prime word Dufour, Sophie
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588 Insides and essences: Early understandings of the non-obvious Gelman, Susan A.
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589 Integration of melody and text in memory for songs Serafine, Mary Louise
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590 Interaction between language and vision: It’s momentary, abstract, and it develops Dessalegn, Banchiamlack
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591 Interaction with autonomy: Multiple Output models and the inadequacy of the Great Divide Boland, Julie E.
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592 Interaction with context during human sentence processing Altmann, Gerry
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593 Interference effects demonstrate distinct roles for visual and motor imagery during the mental representation of human action Stevens, J.A.
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604 Judgments of cause and blame: The effects of intentionality and foreseeability Lagnado, David A.
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605 Keeping track: the function of the Current State Buffer Abeles, Paul
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633 Local and global processing: Observations from a remote culture Davidoff, Jules
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636 Macaque monkeys discriminate pitch relationships Brosch, Michael
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653 Models and modules Putnam, Hilary
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665 Multiple perspectives on modularity Marshall, John C.
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667 Names, concepts, features and the living/nonliving things dissociation Marques, J.Frederico
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668 Natural kind terms Schwartz, Stephen P.
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670 Negation, questions, and structure building in a homesign system Franklin, Amy
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673 Neural correlates of the effects of morphological family frequency and family size: an MEG study Pylkkänen, Liina
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674 Neural networks, nativism, and the plausibility of constructivism Quartz, Steven R.
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675 Newborns’ face recognition over changes in viewpoint Turati, Chiara
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678 Non-symbolic arithmetic abilities and mathematics achievement in the first year of formal schooling Gilmore, Camilla K.
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680 Number as a cognitive technology: Evidence from Pirahã language and cognition Frank, Michael C.
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681 Number-knower levels in young children: Insights from Bayesian modeling Lee, Michael D.
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683 Numerical discrimination is mediated by neural coding variation Prather, Richard W.
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684 Numerical order and quantity processing in number comparison Turconi, Eva
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685 Numerosity and number signs in deaf Nicaraguan adults Flaherty, Molly
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686 Object individuation using property/kind information in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) Santos, Laurie R
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687 Object permanence in five-month-old infants Baillargeon, Renée
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688 Object recognition with severe spatial deficits in Williams syndrome: sparing and breakdown Landau, Barbara
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689 Objects are individuals but stuff doesn't count: perceived rigidity and cohesiveness influence infants' representations of small groups of discrete entities Huntley-Fenner, Gavin
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690 Oculomotor preparation as a rehearsal mechanism in spatial working memory Pearson, David G.
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691 On a conceptual hierarchy of time, space, and other dimensions Navon, David
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692 On differentiation: A case study of the development of the concepts of size, weight, and density Smith, Carol
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710 Orthographic vs. phonologic syllables in handwriting production Kandel, Sonia
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714 Paradox lost? No, paradox found! Reply to Tomasello and Akhtar (2003) Naigles, Letitia R.
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716 Past tense route priming Cohen-Shikora, Emily R.
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717 Peak velocity as a cue in audiovisual synchrony perception of rhythmic stimuli Su, Yi-Huang
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722 Perception of speech reflects optimal use of probabilistic speech cues Clayards, Meghan
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729 Persistent structural priming from language comprehension to language production Bock, Kathryn
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730 Phasic alertness can modulate executive control by enhancing global processing of visual stimuli Weinbach, Noam
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732 Phonetic recoding of print and its effect on the detection of concurrent speech in amplitude-modulated noise Frost, Ram
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740 Politeness in requests: A rejoinder to Kemper and Thissen Clark, Herbert H.
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744 Predictive action in infancy: tracking and reaching for moving objects von Hofsten, Claes
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754 Procedural semantics Johnson-Laird, Philip N.
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762 Production constraints on learning novel onset phonotactics Redford, Melissa A.
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763 Productivity and constraints in the acquisition of the passive Pinker, Steven
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779 Reasoning with quantifiers Geurts, Bart
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780 Recent experience affects the strength of structural priming Kaschak, Michael P.
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781 Recognizing prosody across modalities, face areas and speakers: Examining perceivers’ sensitivity to variable realizations of visual prosody Cvejic, Erin
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802 Resolution of quantifier scope ambiguities Kurtzman, Howard S.
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806 Retraction Notice for the Brief Article “Goal attribution in chimpanzees” by Claudia Uller and Shaun Nichols Uller, Claudia
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807 Reviewing erroneous information facilitates memory updating Pashler, Harold
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808 Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) spontaneously compute addition operations over large numbers Flombaum, Jonathan I.
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809 Rich interpretation vs. deflationary accounts in cognitive development: the case of means-end skills in 7-month-old infants Munakata, Yuko
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810 Roger Brown Pinker, Steven
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812 Rule following and rule use in the balance-scale task Shultz, Thomas R.
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813 Same items, different order: Effects of temporal variability on infant categorization Mather, Emily
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814 Scalar implicatures: experiments at the semantics–pragmatics interface Papafragou, Anna
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815 Scale-invariance as a unifying psychological principle Chater, Nick
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816 Seductive eyes: Attractiveness and direct gaze increase desire for associated objects Strick, Madelijn
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817 Seeing the body distorts tactile size perception Longo, Matthew R.
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818 Seeking positive experiences can produce illusory correlations Denrell, Jerker
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819 Segmentation of object outlines into parts: A large-scale integrative study De Winter, Joeri
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820 Segmentation of the speech stream in a non-human primate: statistical learning in cotton-top tamarins Hauser, Marc D
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821 Segmenting dynamic human action via statistical structure Baldwin, Dare
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822 Semantic components and conceptual development Baron, Jonathan
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824 Semantic distance effects on object and action naming Vigliocco, Gabriella
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825 Semantic heuristics and syntactic analysis Forster, Kenneth I.
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826 Semantic intuitions: Reply to Lam Machery, Edouard
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827 Semantics, cross-cultural style Machery, Edouard
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830 Semantic similarity, predictability, and models of sentence processing Roland, Douglas
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831 Sense of control depends on fluency of action selection, not motor performance Chambon, Valerian
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832 Sensitivity to grammatical structure in so-called agrammatic aphasics Linebarger, Marcia C.
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833 Sensitivity to syntax in visual cortex Dikker, Suzanne
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834 Sentence processing and the mental representation of verbs Shapiro, Lewis P.
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835 Set size and repetition in the picture–word interference paradigm: implications for models of naming Caramazza, Alfonso
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836 Set size and repetition matter: comment on Caramazza and Costa (2000) Roelofs, Ardi
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837 Sex differences in cognition Fairweather, Hugh
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839 Sharing a task or sharing space? On the effect of the confederate in action coding in a detection task Guagnano, Delia
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840 Shortlist: a connectionist model of continuous speech recognition Norris, Dennis
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841 Short-term gains, long-term pains: How cues about state aid learning in dynamic environments Gureckis, Todd M.
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842 Similar, and similar concepts Gleitman, Lila R.
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843 Similarity and attraction effects in episodic memory judgments Maylor, Elizabeth A.
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844 Simple recurrent networks can distinguish non-occurring from ungrammatical sentences given appropriate task structure: reply to Marcus Rohde, Douglas L.T.
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845 Simplicity and generalization: Short-cutting abstraction in children’s object categorizations Son, Ji Y.
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846 Simulating sensorimotor metaphors: Novel metaphors influence sensory judgments Slepian, Michael L.
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847 Simulationist models of face-based emotion recognition Goldman, Alvin I.
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849 Six does not just mean a lot: preschoolers see number words as specific Sarnecka, Barbara W
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850 Skills of divided attention Spelke, Elizabeth
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851 Sleep restores loss of generalized but not rote learning of synthetic speech Fenn, Kimberly M.
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860 Spatial knowledge in a young blind child Landau, Barbara
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861 Spatial language and spatial representation: a cross-linguistic comparison Munnich, Edward
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862 Spatial language facilitates spatial cognition: Evidence from children who lack language input Gentner, Dedre
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863 Spatial reference frame of incidentally learned attention Jiang, Yuhong V.
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864 Spatial updating according to a fixed reference direction of a briefly viewed layout Zhang, Hui
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865 Specific phonological impairments in dyslexia revealed by eyetracking Desroches, Amy S.
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866 Specifying the scope of 13-month-olds' expectations for novel words Waxman, Sandra R.
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867 Speech-and-gesture integration in high functioning autism Silverman, Laura B.
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868 Speeded recognition of ungrammaticality: Double violations Moore, Timothy E.
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869 Speed of processing and reading disability: A cross-linguistic investigation of dyslexia and borderline intellectual functioning Bonifacci, Paola
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870 Split identity: Intransitive judgments of the identity of objects Rips, Lance J.
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871 Spontaneous speech in senile dementia and aphasia: Implications for a neurolinguistic model of language production Blanken, Gerhard
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872 Stacks not fuzzy sets: An ordinal basis for prototype theory of concepts Jones, Gregory V.
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873 Starting to add worse: Effects of learning to multiply on children's addition Miller, Kevin F.
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874 Statistical frequency in perception affects children’s lexical production Richtsmeier, Peter T.
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876 Strategy choice for arithmetic verification: effects of numerical surface form Campbell, Jamie I.D
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877 Strength of perceptual experience predicts word processing performance better than concreteness or imageability Connell, Louise
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878 Stress changes the representational landscape: evidence from word segmentation Curtin, Suzanne
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879 Structural complexity and the time course of grammatical development Frank, Robert
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880 Structural generalizations over consonants and vowels in 11-month-old infants Pons, Ferran
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882 Substantive learning bias or an effect of familiarity? Comment on Culbertson, Smolensky, and Legendre (2012) Goldberg, Adele E.
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890 Syntactic frozenness in processing and remembering idioms Gibbs Jr., Raymond W.
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891 Syntactic priming of relative clause attachments: persistence of structural configuration in sentence production Scheepers, Christoph
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903 Thanks to our guest reviewers 1995
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904 Thanks to our guest reviewers 1983
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906 Thanks to our guest reviewers of 2001 2002
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907 Thanks to our guest reviewers of 2000 2001
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