Mark Seidenberg
Mark Seidenberg
Vilas Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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A distributed, developmental model of word recognition and naming.
MS Seidenberg, JL McClelland
Psychological review 96 (4), 523, 1989
Understanding normal and impaired word reading: computational principles in quasi-regular domains.
DC Plaut, JL McClelland, MS Seidenberg, K Patterson
Psychological review 103 (1), 56, 1996
The lexical nature of syntactic ambiguity resolution.
MC MacDonald, NJ Pearlmutter, MS Seidenberg
Psychological review 101 (4), 676, 1994
How psychological science informs the teaching of reading
K Rayner, BR Foorman, CA Perfetti, D Pesetsky, MS Seidenberg
Psychological science in the public interest 2 (2), 31-74, 2001
Phonology, reading acquisition, and dyslexia: insights from connectionist models.
MW Harm, MS Seidenberg
Psychological review 106 (3), 491, 1999
Computing the meanings of words in reading: cooperative division of labor between visual and phonological processes.
MW Harm, MS Seidenberg
Psychological review 111 (3), 662, 2004
Semantic feature production norms for a large set of living and nonliving things
K McRae, GS Cree, MS Seidenberg, C McNorgan
Behavior research methods 37 (4), 547-559, 2005
When does irregular spelling or pronunciation influence word recognition?
MS Seidenberg, GS Waters, MA Barnes, MK Tanenhaus
Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior 23 (3), 383-404, 1984
On the nature and scope of featural representations of word meaning.
K McRae, VR De Sa, MS Seidenberg
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 126 (2), 99, 1997
Automatic access of the meanings of ambiguous words in context: Some limitations of knowledge-based processing
MS Seidenberg, MK Tanenhaus, JM Leiman, M Bienkowski
Center for the Study of Reading Technical Report; no. 240, 1982
The time course of phonological code activation in two writing systems
MS Seidenberg
Cognition 19 (1), 1-30, 1985
Pre-and postlexical loci of contextual effects on word recognition
MS Seidenberg, GS Waters, M Sanders, P Langer
Memory & cognition 12 (4), 315-328, 1984
Evidence for multiple stages in the processing of ambiguous words in syntactic contexts
MK Tanenhaus, JM Leiman, MS Seidenberg
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 18 (4), 427-440, 1979
On the bases of two subtypes of development dyslexia
FR Manis, MS Seidenberg, LM Doi, C McBride-Chang, A Petersen
Cognition 58 (2), 157-195, 1996
Language acquisition and use: Learning and applying probabilistic constraints
MS Seidenberg
Science 275 (5306), 1599-1603, 1997
Impairments in verb morphology after brain injury: A connectionist model
MF Joanisse, MS Seidenberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (13), 7592-7597, 1999
Semantic effects in single-word naming.
E Strain, K Patterson, MS Seidenberg
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 21 (5), 1140, 1995
Language deficits in dyslexic children: Speech perception, phonology, and morphology
MF Joanisse, FR Manis, P Keating, MS Seidenberg
Journal of experimental child psychology 77 (1), 30-60, 2000
See Dick RAN: Rapid naming and the longitudinal prediction of reading subskills in first and second graders
FR Manis, MS Seidenberg, LM Doi
Scientific Studies of reading 3 (2), 129-157, 1999
Orthographic effects on rhyme monitoring.
MS Seidenberg, MK Tanenhaus
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 5 (6), 546, 1979
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