Penny M Pexman
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Presenting your findings
AAM Nicol, PM Pexman
Washington, DC,: American Psychological Association, 1999
There are many ways to be rich: Effects of three measures of semantic richness on visual word recognition
PM Pexman, IS Hargreaves, PD Siakaluk, GE Bodner, J Pope
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15 (1), 161-167, 2008
The impact of feedback semantics in visual word recognition: Number-of-features effects in lexical decision and naming tasks
PM Pexman, SJ Lupker, Y Hino
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (3), 542-549, 2002
Context incongruity and irony processing
SL Ivanko, PM Pexman
Discourse Processes 35 (3), 241-279, 2003
Homophone effects in lexical decision.
PM Pexman, SJ Lupker, D Jared
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (1), 139, 2001
Children's perceptions of the social functions of verbal irony
M Harris, PM Pexman
Discourse Processes 36 (3), 147-165, 2003
Ambiguity and synonymy effects in lexical decision, naming, and semantic categorization tasks: Interactions between orthography, phonology, and semantics.
Y Hino, SJ Lupker, PM Pexman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (4), 686, 2002
Discourse factors that influence online reading of metaphor and irony
PM Pexman, TR Ferretti, AN Katz
Discourse Processes 29 (3), 201-222, 2000
How do typically developing children grasp the meaning of verbal irony?
PM Pexman, M Glenwright
Journal of Neurolinguistics 20 (2), 178-196, 2007
It's fascinating research: The cognition of verbal irony
PM Pexman
Current Directions in Psychological Science 17 (4), 286-290, 2008
Evidence for the activation of sensorimotor information during visual word recognition: The body–object interaction effect
PD Siakaluk, PM Pexman, L Aguilera, WJ Owen, CR Sears
Cognition 106 (1), 433-443, 2008
Is more always better? Effects of semantic richness on lexical decision, speeded pronunciation, and semantic classification
MJ Yap, SE Tan, PM Pexman, IS Hargreaves
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (4), 742-750, 2011
Does sarcasm always sting? Investigating the impact of ironic insults and ironic compliments
PM Pexman, KM Olineck
Discourse Processes 33 (3), 199-217, 2002
An abundance of riches: cross-task comparisons of semantic richness effects in visual word recognition
MJ Yap, PM Pexman, M Wellsby, IS Hargreaves, M Huff
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 72, 2012
Ambiguity and visual word recognition: Can feedback explain both homophone and polysemy effects?
PM Pexman, SJ Lupker
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 1999
Neural correlates of concreteness in semantic categorization
PM Pexman, IS Hargreaves, JD Edwards, LC Henry, BG Goodyear
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (8), 1407-1419, 2007
Number-of-features effects and semantic processing
PM Pexman, GG Holyk, MH Monfils
Memory & Cognition 31 (6), 842-855, 2003
Interpreting figurative statements: Speaker occupation can change metaphor to irony
AN Katz, PM Pexman
Metaphor and Symbol 12 (1), 19-41, 1997
Does irony go better with friends?
PM Pexman, MT Zvaigzne
Metaphor and Symbol 19 (2), 143-163, 2004
Developing embodied cognition: Insights from children’s concepts and language processing
M Wellsby, PM Pexman
Frontiers in psychology 5, 506, 2014
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