Browse Dept. of Psychology by Contributor "Kara Federmeier"
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Filters, Neighbors, and Triangles: A Behaviorally and Electrophysiologically Informed Perspective on Visual Word Recognition (2009)Two Event-Related Potential (ERP) studies and one behavioral study are presented in service of a single goal: to evaluate current prevalent computational models of visual word recognition. Specifically, the functionally ...
(2009)Normal language comprehension requires contributions from and cooperation of many parts of the brain, ranging from sensory areas that receive the initial physical input, through frontal and temporal areas associated with ...
Verbal Memory Through the Looking Glass: The Impact of Encoding Strategy, Age, and Hemispheric Biases on Memory for Physical Form (2009)This thesis examines the ability to retain from a stimulus both its specific appearance and the general information it coveys, with particular attention to how this ability changes across the lifespan, and might be represented ...