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Jonathan Grainger
Jonathan Grainger
Senior Scientist, CNRS & Aix-Marseille University
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Orthographic processing in visual word recognition: a multiple read-out model.
J Grainger, AM Jacobs
Psychological review 103 (3), 518, 1996
14241996
Orthographic neighborhood effects in bilingual word recognition
WJB Van Heuven, T Dijkstra, J Grainger
Journal of memory and language 39 (3), 458-483, 1998
9391998
Recognition of cognates and interlingual homographs: The neglected role of phonology
T Dijkstra, J Grainger, WJB Van Heuven
Journal of Memory and language 41 (4), 496-518, 1999
9191999
Word frequency and neighborhood frequency effects in lexical decision and naming
J Grainger
Journal of memory and language 29 (2), 228-244, 1990
5861990
On the role of competing word units in visual word recognition: The neighborhood frequency effect
J Grainger, JK O’regan, AM Jacobs, J Segui
Perception & psychophysics 45 (3), 189-195, 1989
5021989
Models of visual word recognition: sampling the state of the art.
AM Jacobs, J Grainger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 20 (6 …, 1994
4811994
Priming word recognition with orthographic neighbors: effects of relative prime-target frequency.
J Segui, J Grainger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 16 (1), 65, 1990
4771990
Modeling letter position coding in printed word perception
J Grainger, WJB Van Heuven
Mental lexicon: Some words to talk about words, 1-23, 2003
4612003
Effects of the orthographic neighborhood in visual word recognition: Cross-task comparisons.
M Carreiras, M Perea, J Grainger
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 23 (4), 857, 1997
4351997
On the representation and use of language information in bilinguals
J Grainger, T Dijkstra
Advances in psychology 83, 207-220, 1992
4251992
A dual-route approach to orthographic processing
J Grainger, JC Ziegler
Frontiers in psychology 2, 54, 2011
4222011
Watching the word go by: On the time‐course of component processes in visual word recognition
J Grainger, PJ Holcomb
Language and linguistics compass 3 (1), 128-156, 2009
4032009
On the time course of visual word recognition: An event-related potential investigation using masked repetition priming
PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (10), 1631-1643, 2006
4002006
Accessing interlexical homographs: Some limitations of a language-selective access
C Beauvillain, J Grainger
Journal of memory and language 26 (6), 658-672, 1987
3901987
An electrophysiological study of the effects of orthographic neighborhood size on printed word perception
PJ Holcomb, J Grainger, T O'rourke
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 14 (6), 938-950, 2002
3892002
Phonology and orthography in visual word recognition: Evidence from masked non-word priming
L Ferrand, J Grainger
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 45 (3), 353-372, 1992
3721992
Neighborhood frequency effects in visual word recognition: A comparison of lexical decision and masked identification latencies
J Grainger, J Segui
Perception & psychophysics 47 (2), 191-198, 1990
3591990
Letter position coding in printed word perception: Effects of repeated and transposed letters
S Schoonbaert, J Grainger
Language and Cognitive Processes 19 (3), 333-367, 2004
3452004
Cracking the orthographic code: An introduction
J Grainger
Language and cognitive processes 23 (1), 1-35, 2008
3412008
Does the huamn mnid raed wrods as a wlohe?
J Grainger, C Whitney
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (2), 58-59, 2004
3332004
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