Dominiek Sandra
Dominiek Sandra
Full Professor Psycholinguistics and General Linguistics
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Network analyses of prepositional meaning: Mirroring whose mind—the linguist’s or the language user’s?
D Sandra, S Rice
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 6 (1), 89-130, 1995
Compound fracture: The role of semantic transparency and morphological headedness
G Libben, M Gibson, YB Yoon, D Sandra
Brain and language 84 (1), 50-64, 2003
On the representation and processing of compound words: Automatic access to constituent morphemes does not occur
D Sandra
The quarterly journal of Experimental Psychology 42 (3), 529-567, 1990
Masked cross-modal morphological priming: Unravelling morpho-orthographic and morpho-semantic influences in early word recognition
K Diependaele, D Sandra, J Grainger
Language and cognitive processes 20 (1-2), 75-114, 2005
Semantic transparency and masked morphological priming: The case of prefixed words
K Diependaele, D Sandra, J Grainger
Memory & cognition 37 (6), 895-908, 2009
What linguists can and can't tell you about the human mind: A reply to Croft
D Sandra
Cognitive linguistics 9 (4), 361-378, 1998
The morphology of the mental lexicon: Internal word structure viewed from a psycholinguistic perspective
D Sandra
Language and cognitive processes 9 (3), 227-269, 1994
Why simple verb forms can be so difficult to spell: The influence of homophone frequency and distance in Dutch
D Sandra, S Frisson, F Daems
Brain and language 68 (1-2), 277-283, 1999
Beyond implicit phonological knowledge: No support for an onset–rime structure in children’s explicit phonological awareness
A Geudens, D Sandra
Journal of Memory and Language 49 (2), 157-182, 2003
Processing unfamiliar metaphors in a self-paced reading task
F Brisard, S Frisson, D Sandra
Metaphor and Artificial Intelligence, 87-108, 2001
Dutch plural inflection: The exception that proves the analogy
E Keuleers, D Sandra, W Daelemans, S Gillis, G Durieux, E Martens
Cognitive psychology 54 (4), 283-318, 2007
Homophonic forms of regularly inflected verbs have their own orthographic representations: A developmental perspective on spelling errors
S Frisson, D Sandra
Brain and language 81 (1-3), 545-554, 2002
Towards an empirical lexical semantics
H Cuyckens, D Sandra, S Rice
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Derivational morphology and skilled reading
K Diependaele, J Grainger, D Sandra
The Cambridge handbook of psycholinguistics 311, 332, 2012
Prepositional semantics and the fragile link between space and time
S Rice, D Sandra, M Vanrespaille
Cultural, psychological and typological issues in cognitive linguistics …, 1999
Naming interlingual homographs: Variable competition and the role of the decision system
E Smits, H Martensen, T Dijkstra, D Sandra
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 9 (3), 281-297, 2006
Homophone dominance at the whole-word and sub-word levels: Spelling errors suggest full-form storage of regularly inflected verb forms
D Sandra
Language and speech 53 (3), 405-444, 2010
Segmenting two-phoneme syllables: Developmental differences in relation with early reading skills
A Geudens, D Sandra, W Van den Broeck
Brain and Language 90 (1-3), 338-352, 2004
Rhyming words and onset–rime constituents: An inquiry into structural breaking points and emergent boundaries in the syllable
A Geudens, D Sandra, H Martensen
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 92 (4), 366-387, 2005
Frequency and analogical effects in the spelling of full-form and sublexical homophonous patterns by 12 year-old children
D Sandra, L Van Abbenyen
The Mental Lexicon 4 (2), 239-275, 2009
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