Koji Miwa
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How cross-language similarity and task demands affect cognate recognition
T Dijkstra, K Miwa, B Brummelhuis, M Sappelli, H Baayen
Journal of Memory and language 62 (3), 284-301, 2010
2742010
Reading English with Japanese in mind: Effects of frequency, phonology, and meaning in different-script bilinguals
K Miwa, T Dijkstra, P Bolger, RH Baayen
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 17 (3), 445-463, 2014
292014
The time-course of lexical activation in Japanese morphographic word recognition: Evidence for a character-driven processing model
K Miwa, G Libben, T Dijkstra, H Baayen
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (1), 79-113, 2014
232014
P3: A technique for the study of perception, production, and participant properties
G Libben, S Weber, K Miwa
The Mental Lexicon 7 (2), 237-248, 2012
162012
Semantic radicals in Japanese two-character word recognition
K Miwa, G Libben, H Baayen
Language and Cognitive Processes 27 (1), 142-158, 2012
82012
Lexical processes in the recognition of Japanese horizontal and vertical compounds
K Miwa, T Dijkstra
Reading and Writing 30 (4), 791-812, 2017
52017
Visual trimorphemic compound recognition in a morphographic script
K Miwa, G Libben, Y Ikemoto
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (1), 1-20, 2017
42017
One Label or Two? Linguistic Influences on the Similarity Judgment of Objects between English and Japanese Speakers
T Masuda, K Ishii, K Miwa, M Rashid, H Lee, R Mahdi
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1637, 2017
32017
Emergence of wordlikeness in the mental lexicon: Language, population, and task effects in visual word recognition
K Miwa
22013
Lexical activations in picture comparison: A cross-linguistic approach to the relation between language and thought in the mental lexicon
K Miwa, G Libben, S Rice, RH Baayen
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Cognitive Science, 230-232, 2008
22008
Correction to: Lexical processes in the recognition of Japanese horizontal and vertical compounds
K Miwa, T Dijkstra
Reading and Writing 32 (7), 1909-1910, 2019
2019
Eye movements reveal that initial selective lexical access still leads to language nonselective activation: Reading English with Japanese in mind
K Miwa, AFJ Dijkstra, P Bolger, RH Baayen
2014
Eye movement control in word recognition
K Miwa
Seeing ‘water’in ‘desert’: Semantic radical activation in visual Japanese compound recognition
K Miwa, G Libben, H Baayen
The Case of Different Scripts: Cross-Linguistic Effects in Japanese-English Bilingual Word Recognition Koji Miwa1, Patrick Bolger1, Ton Dijkstra2, Harald Baayen1 University of …
K Miwa, P Bolger, T Dijkstra, H Baayen
Visual complexity of Japanese logographic words
K MIWA, T DIJKSTRA, RH BAAYEN
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