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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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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