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A meta-analysis of syntactic priming experiments in children
A meta-analysis of syntactic priming experiments in children
Volume 138, October 2024, 104532Author links open overlay panel, , Highlights•We present the first meta-analysis of syntac...
The differential effects of consonant and vowel diacritics in Arabic
The differential effects of consonant and vowel diacritics in Arabic
Much recent research on the front end of visual word recognition has focused on how letters with and without diacritic mar...
Modality and stimulus effects on distributional statistical learning: Sound vs. sight, time vs. space
Modality and stimulus effects on distributional statistical learning: Sound vs. sight, time vs. space
Statistical learning (SL) is a powerful cognitive tool to extract statistical regularities from sensory input, which enabl...
Readers target words where they expect to minimize uncertainty
Readers target words where they expect to minimize uncertainty
Skilled readers use multiple heuristics to guide their eye movements during reading. One possible cue that readers may rel...
Influences of learned verbal labels and sleep on temporal event memory
Influences of learned verbal labels and sleep on temporal event memory
Volume 138, October 2024, 104529Author links open overlay panel, , Highlights•How do deeply learned labels and sleep modul...
The impact of emotional states on bilingual language control in cued and voluntary switching contexts
The impact of emotional states on bilingual language control in cued and voluntary switching contexts
A bilingual’s two languages may always be active, even when only one is required (Thierry & Wu, 2007). This process mi...
Eye movements in reading at 50: An introduction to the Special Issue
Eye movements in reading at 50: An introduction to the Special Issue
Volume 137, August 2024, 104528Author links open overlay panel, Section snippetsDeclaration of competing interestThe autho...
Cues to lexical stress assignment in reading Italian: A megastudy with polysyllabic nonwords
Cues to lexical stress assignment in reading Italian: A megastudy with polysyllabic nonwords
Volume 137, August 2024, 104517Author links open overlay panel, , , Highlights•Lexical stress position is unpredictable in...
Graded phonological neighborhood effects on lexical retrieval: Evidence from Mandarin Chinese
Graded phonological neighborhood effects on lexical retrieval: Evidence from Mandarin Chinese
How phonological neighborhood affects lexical retrieval can shed important light on lexical organization and processing. Y...
Agreement attraction in grammatical sentences and the role of the task
Agreement attraction in grammatical sentences and the role of the task
KeywordsSentence comprehensionAgreement attractionIllusion of ungrammaticalitySimilarity-based interferenceAdaptationTask ...
Retracing the garden-path: Nonselective rereading and no reanalysis
Retracing the garden-path: Nonselective rereading and no reanalysis
When people read temporarily ambiguous (“garden-path”) sentences, the forward movement of their eyes is often interrupted ...
Relating foveal and parafoveal processing efficiency with word-level parameters in text reading
Relating foveal and parafoveal processing efficiency with word-level parameters in text reading
KeywordsIndividual differencesReadingFoveal and parafoveal processingWord recognitionData availabilityThe data and R-scrip...
Understanding words in context: A naturalistic EEG study of children’s lexical processing
Understanding words in context: A naturalistic EEG study of children’s lexical processing
A central part of language comprehension is recognizing words, retrieving their meanings, and integrating them into the di...
Executive functioning predicts development of reading skill and perceptual span seven years later
Executive functioning predicts development of reading skill and perceptual span seven years later
From a cognitive psychologist’s perspective, reading constitutes a high-level, complex cognitive skill that involves the c...
Crosslinguistic evidence against interference from extra-sentential distractors
Crosslinguistic evidence against interference from extra-sentential distractors
Cue-based retrieval theories of sentence processing posit that long-distance dependency formation is guided by a cue-based...
Eye-movements during reading and noisy-channel inference making
Eye-movements during reading and noisy-channel inference making
This novel experiment investigates the relationship between readers’ eye movements and their use of “noisy channel” infere...
Large-scale benchmark yields no evidence that language model surprisal explains syntactic disambiguation difficulty
Large-scale benchmark yields no evidence that language model surprisal explains syntactic disambiguation difficulty
Language comprehension proceeds quickly and efficiently. A central factor invoked to explain this fact is prediction: by a...
Acoustic correlates of stress in speech perception
Acoustic correlates of stress in speech perception
Volume 136, April 2024, 104509Author links open overlay panel, , Highlights•We investigated the influence of duration, pit...
What could have been said? Alternatives and variability in pragmatic inferences
What could have been said? Alternatives and variability in pragmatic inferences
Interpreting natural language meanings often involves not only interpreting what was said, but also what was left unsaid. ...
Parafoveal processing of Chinese four-character idioms and phrases in reading: Evidence for multi-constituent unit hypothesis
Parafoveal processing of Chinese four-character idioms and phrases in reading: Evidence for multi-constituent unit hypothesis
The perceptual span in Chinese reading extends one character to the left and three to the right of the point of fixation. ...
Reprint of: Human memory: A proposed system and its control processes
Reprint of: Human memory: A proposed system and its control processes
This paper is divided into two major portions; the first outlines a general theoretical framework in which to view human m...
Do changed learning goals explain why metamemory judgments reactively affect memory?
Do changed learning goals explain why metamemory judgments reactively affect memory?
Subjective judgments (e.g., confidence ratings) have been widely used as a tool for measuring metacognition in a variety o...
Storage interference in working memory cannot be removed by attention
Storage interference in working memory cannot be removed by attention
Forming memories of past events or learned experiences is one of the cognitive abilities that humans deeply rely on. Ebbin...
What latent variable underlies confidence in lineup rejections?
What latent variable underlies confidence in lineup rejections?
A theoretically interesting issue in the domain of recognition memory concerns the decision variable that participants use...
Sources and goals in memory and language: Fragility and robustness in event representation
Sources and goals in memory and language: Fragility and robustness in event representation
Language has long been argued to reflect core aspects of human perception and cognition (Slobin, 1982; Jackendoff, 1996, L...
Word length and frequency effects on text reading are highly similar in 12 alphabetic languages
Word length and frequency effects on text reading are highly similar in 12 alphabetic languages
Cross-linguistic studies of reading that use eye-tracking have so far accounted for a relatively small share of the thrivi...
SEAM: An integrated activation-coupled model of sentence processing and eye movements in reading
SEAM: An integrated activation-coupled model of sentence processing and eye movements in reading
Models of eye-movement control during reading, developed largely within psychology, usually focus on visual, attentional, ...