Items where SHU Author is "Playfoot, David"

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TREE, Jeremy J and PLAYFOOT, David (2018). How to get by with half a loop - An investigation of visual and auditory codes in a case of impaired phonological short-term memory (pSTM). Cortex.

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ASKEY, Charlotte and PLAYFOOT, David (2018). Examining theories of cognitive ageing using the false memory paradigm. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 71 (4), 931-939.

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PLAYFOOT, David, BILLINGTON, Jac and TREE, Jeremy J. (2018). Reading and visual word recognition ability in Semantic Dementia is not predicted by semantic performance. Neuropsychologia, 111, 292-306.

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PLAYFOOT, David, BALINT, Teodor, PANDYA, Vibhuti, PARKES, Averil, PETERS, Mollie and RICHARDS, Samantha (2016). Are word association responses really the first words that come to mind? Applied Linguistics.

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TREE, Jeremy J. and PLAYFOOT, David (2015). Strategic effects on pseudohomophone reading in phonological dyslexics with and without phonological impairment. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 35, 39-54.

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PLAYFOOT, David and IZURA, Cristina (2015). Spelling-to-sound correspondences affect acronym recognition processes. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (5), 1026-1039.

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TREE, Jeremy J. and PLAYFOOT, David (2015). Declining object recognition performance in Semantic Dementia - a case for stored visual object representations. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 32 (7 - 8), 412-426.

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FITZPATRICK, Tess, PLAYFOOT, David, WRAY, Alison and WRIGHT, Margie (2015). Establishing the reliability of word association data for investigating individual and group differences. Applied Linguistics, 36 (1), 23-50.

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PLAYFOOT, David, TREE, Jeremy J. and IZURA, Cristina (2014). Naming acronyms : the influence of reading context in skilled reading and surface dyslexia. Aphasiology, 28 (12), 1448-1463.

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PLAYFOOT, David, IZURA, Cristina and TREE, Jeremy (2013). Are acronyms really irregular? : preserved acronym reading in a case of semantic dementia. Neuropsychologia, 51 (9), 1673-1683.

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PLAYFOOT, David and IZURA, Cristina (2013). Imageability, age of acquisition, and frequency factors in acronym comprehension. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66 (6), 1131-1145.

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IZURA, Christina and PLAYFOOT, David (2012). A normative study of acronyms and acronym naming. Behavior Research Methods, 44 (3), 862-889.

REPPA, Irene, PLAYFOOT, David and MCDOUGALL, Sine (2008). Visual aesthetic appeal speeds processing of complex but not simple icons. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society Annual Meeting, 52 (18), 1155-1159.

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MCDOUGALL, Sine, REPPA, Irene, SMITH, Gary and PLAYFOOT, David (2009). Beyond emoticons : combining affect and cognition in icon design. In: HARRIS, Don, (ed.) Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics : 8th International Conference, EPCE 2009,. Lecture notes in computer science (5639). Springer.

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