Penny M Pexman
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Presenting your findings
AAM Nicol, PM Pexman
Washington, DC,: American Psychological Association, 1999
358*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
2062008
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
1952002
Context incongruity and irony processing
SL Ivanko, PM Pexman
Discourse Processes 35 (3), 241-279, 2003
1932003
Homophone effects in lexical decision.
PM Pexman, SJ Lupker, D Jared
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (1), 139, 2001
1882001
Children's perceptions of the social functions of verbal irony
M Harris, PM Pexman
Discourse Processes 36 (3), 147-165, 2003
1632003
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
1592002
Discourse factors that influence online reading of metaphor and irony
PM Pexman, TR Ferretti, AN Katz
Discourse Processes 29 (3), 201-222, 2000
156*2000
How do typically developing children grasp the meaning of verbal irony?
PM Pexman, M Glenwright
Journal of Neurolinguistics 20 (2), 178-196, 2007
1522007
It's fascinating research: The cognition of verbal irony
PM Pexman
Current Directions in Psychological Science 17 (4), 286-290, 2008
1502008
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
1372008
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
1352011
Does sarcasm always sting? Investigating the impact of ironic insults and ironic compliments
PM Pexman, KM Olineck
Discourse Processes 33 (3), 199-217, 2002
1352002
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
1332012
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
1311999
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
1302007
Number-of-features effects and semantic processing
PM Pexman, GG Holyk, MH Monfils
Memory & Cognition 31 (6), 842-855, 2003
1292003
Interpreting figurative statements: Speaker occupation can change metaphor to irony
AN Katz, PM Pexman
Metaphor and Symbol 12 (1), 19-41, 1997
1291997
Does irony go better with friends?
PM Pexman, MT Zvaigzne
Metaphor and Symbol 19 (2), 143-163, 2004
1282004
Developing embodied cognition: Insights from children’s concepts and language processing
M Wellsby, PM Pexman
Frontiers in psychology 5, 506, 2014
1182014
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