Morton Ann Gernsbacher
Morton Ann Gernsbacher
Vilas Research Professor & Sir Frederic Bartlett Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Language comprehension as structure building
MA Gernsbacher
Psychology Press, 2013
Gaze fixation and the neural circuitry of face processing in autism
KM Dalton, BM Nacewicz, T Johnstone, HS Schaefer, MA Gernsbacher, ...
Nature neuroscience 8 (4), 519-526, 2005
The science of sex differences in science and mathematics
DF Halpern, CP Benbow, DC Geary, RC Gur, JS Hyde, MA Gernsbacher
Psychological science in the public interest 8 (1), 1-51, 2007
Investigating differences in general comprehension skill.
MA Gernsbacher, KR Varner, ME Faust
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 16 (3), 430, 1990
Resolving 20 years of inconsistent interactions between lexical familiarity and orthography, concreteness, and polysemy.
MA Gernsbacher
Journal of experimental psychology: General 113 (2), 256, 1984
The mechanism of suppression: a component of general comprehension skill.
MA Gernsbacher, ME Faust
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 17 (2), 245, 1991
Handbook of psycholinguistics
M Traxler, MA Gernsbacher
Elsevier, 2011
The level and nature of autistic intelligence
M Dawson, I Soulières, M Ann Gernsbacher, L Mottron
Psychological science 18 (8), 657-662, 2007
Mechanisms that improve referential access
MA Gernsbacher
Cognition 32 (2), 99-156, 1989
Accessing sentence participants: The advantage of first mention
MA Gernsbacher, DJ Hargreaves
Journal of memory and language 27 (6), 699-717, 1988
Two decades of structure building
MA Gernsbacher
Discourse processes 23 (3), 265-304, 1997
Do readers mentally represent characters' emotional states?
MA Gernsbacher, HH Goldsmith, RRW Robertson
Cognition & Emotion 6 (2), 89-111, 1992
Neuroimaging studies of language production and comprehension
MA Gernsbacher, MP Kaschak
Annual review of psychology 54 (1), 91-114, 2003
Three reasons not to believe in an autism epidemic
MA Gernsbacher, M Dawson, H Hill Goldsmith
Current directions in psychological science 14 (2), 55-58, 2005
Infant and toddler oral‐and manual‐motor skills predict later speech fluency in autism
MA Gernsbacher, EA Sauer, HM Geye, EK Schweigert, H Hill Goldsmith
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 49 (1), 43-50, 2008
Language deficits, localization, and grammar: evidence for a distributive model of language breakdown in aphasic patients and neurologically intact individuals.
F Dick, E Bates, B Wulfeck, JA Utman, N Dronkers, MA Gernsbacher
Psychological review 108 (4), 759, 2001
Less skilled readers have less efficient suppression mechanisms
MA Gernsbacher
Psychological Science 4 (5), 294-298, 1993
Surface information loss in comprehension
MA Gernsbacher
Cognitive psychology 17 (3), 324-363, 1985
Right and left hemisphere cooperation for drawing predictive and coherence inferences during normal story comprehension
MJ Beeman, EM Bowden, MA Gernsbacher
Brain and language 71 (2), 310-336, 2000
Handbook of discourse processes
AC Graesser, MA Gernsbacher, SR Goldman
Routledge, 2003
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