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Christopher Barry
Christopher Barry
Department of Psychology, University of Essex, U.K.
Verified email at essex.ac.uk
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Naming the Snodgrass and Vanderwart pictures: Effects of age of acquisition, frequency, and name agreement
C Barry, CM Morrison, AW Ellis
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 50 (3), 560-585, 1997
6081997
Age of acquisition, word frequency, and the locus of repetition priming of picture naming
C Barry, KW Hirsh, RA Johnston, CL Williams
Journal of memory and language 44 (3), 350-375, 2001
2752001
Word frequency effects in oral reading are not merely age-of-acquisition effects in disguise.
S Gerhand, C Barry
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 24 (2), 267, 1998
2701998
Age of acquisition and lexical processing
RA Johnston, C Barry
Visual cognition 13 (7-8), 789-845, 2006
2602006
Lexical priming and sound-to-spelling contingency effects in nonword spelling
C Barry, PHK Seymour
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 40 (1), 5-40, 1988
2371988
Spelling routes (or roots or rutes)
C Barry
Handbook of spelling: Theory, process and intervention, 27-49, 1994
2231994
The influence of age of acquisition in word reading and other tasks: A never ending story?
P Bonin, C Barry, A Méot, M Chalard
Journal of Memory and language 50 (4), 456-476, 2004
2202004
Written spelling to dictation: Sound-to-spelling regularity affects both writing latencies and durations.
M Delattre, P Bonin, C Barry
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (6), 1330, 2006
2052006
Age of acquisition, word frequency, and the role of phonology in the lexical decision task
S Gerhand, C Barry
Memory & cognition 27 (4), 592-602, 1999
1891999
Age-of-acquisition and frequency effects in speeded word naming
S Gerhand, C Barry
Cognition 73 (2), B27-B36, 1999
1251999
Separate effects of word frequency and age of acquisition in recognition and recall.
SA Dewhurst, GJ Hitch, C Barry
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 24 (2), 284, 1998
1241998
A cognitive analysis of an acquired dysgraphic patient with an “allographic” writing disorder
P De Bastiani, C Barry
Cognitive Neuropsychology 6 (1), 25-41, 1989
981989
Concreteness effects in word production but not word comprehension in deep dyslexia
P K. Newton, C Barry
Cognitive Neuropsychology 14 (4), 481-509, 1997
841997
The Arctic in the twenty-first century: Changing biogeochemical linkages across a paraglacial landscape of Greenland
NJ Anderson, JE Saros, JE Bullard, SMP Cahoon, S McGowan, ...
BioScience 67 (2), 118-133, 2017
742017
Phonological dyslexia: A review
G Sartori, C Barry, R Job
Dyslexia: A global issue, 339-356, 1984
741984
Hemispheric asymmetry in lexical access and phonological encoding
C Barry
Neuropsychologia 19 (3), 473-478, 1981
711981
The effect of divided attention on false memory depends on how memory is tested
SA Dewhurst, C Barry, ER Swannell, SJ Holmes, GL Bathurst
Memory & Cognition 35, 660-667, 2007
702007
Effects of age of acquisition, age, and repetition priming on object naming
C Barry, RA Johnston, RF Wood
Visual cognition 13 (7-8), 911-927, 2006
672006
Both concreteness and age-of-acquisition affect reading accuracy but only concreteness affects comprehension in a deep dyslexic patient
C Barry, S Gerhand
Brain and Language 84 (1), 84-104, 2003
642003
Are faces" special" objects? associative and sem antic priming of face and object recognition and naming
C Barry, RA Johnston, LC Scanlan
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 51 (4), 853-882, 1998
641998
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