[1983] Control of Language Processes

Course ID
Volume 10
Title
Control of Language Processes
Year of Publication
1983
Editor(s)
H. Bouma & D. G. Bouwhuis
City of publication
Hillsdale, New Jersey

Contents:

 

Topic 1 – SPECIAL ADDRESS Page#
A. F. SANDERS, Ten symposia on attention and performance: Some issues and trends 3
 

 

Topic 2 – MOTOR CONTROL AND THE PROCESSING OF LANGUAGE Page#
L. H. SHAFFER, Motor programming in language production: A tutorial review 17
S. LAROCHELLE, Some aspects of movements in skilled typewriting 43
P. MCLEOD and M. L POSNER, Privileged loops from percept to act 55
K. RAYNER, Visual selection in reading, picture perception, and visual search: A tutorial review 67
S. K. CARD, Visual search of computer command menus 97
M. L. Shaw, Division of attention among spatial locations: A fundamental difference between detection of letters and detection of luminance increments 109
 

 

Topic 3 – AUDITORY AND VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION Page#
W. MARSIEN-WILSON, Function and process in spoken word recognition: A tutorial review 125
S. M. Marcus, Recognizing speech: On the mapping from sound to word 151
J. SEGUI, The syllable: A basic perceptual unit in speech processing? 165
A. CUTLER and C. CLIFTON, Jr, The use of prosodic information in word recognition 183
C. J. DARWIN, Auditory processing and speech perception 197
L. HENDERSON, J.WALLIS, and D. KNIGHT, Morphemic structure and lexical access 211
A. KORIAT, Reading without vowels: Lexical access in hebrew 227
J. C. JOHNSTON and B. L. HALE, The influence of prior context on word identification: Bias and sensitivity effects 243
 

 

Topic 4 – PERCEPTUAL MEMORY AND WORKING MEMORY Page#
M. COLTHEART, Sensory memory: A tutorial review 259
D. J. K. MEWHORT, F. M. MARCHETTI, R. GURNSEY, and A. J. CAMPBELL, Information persistence: A dual-buffer model for initial visual processing 287
R. CAMPBELL and B. DODD, Aspects of hearing by eye 299
D. A. ALLPORT, Auditory-verbal short-term memory and conduction aphasia 313
S. MONSELL, Components of working memory underlying verbal skills: A “distributed capacities” view: A tutorial review 327
A. WINGFIELD and B. BUTTERWORTH, Running memory for sentences and parts of sentences: syntactic parsing as a control function in working memory 351
D. E. MEYER and P. C. GORDON, Dependencies between rapid speech perception and production: Evidence for a shared sensorimotor voicing mechanism 365
W. A. WAGENAAR, C. A. VAREY, and P. T W HUDSON, Do audiovisuals aid? A study of bisensory presentation on the recall of inforrnation 379
 

 

Topic 5 – LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT WITH AGE Page#
W. DEUTSCH, Language control processes in development: A tutorial review 395
T. PECHMANN, Accentuation and redundancy in children’s and adults’ referential communication 417
M. H. BORNSTEIN and M. G. RUDDY, Infant attention and maternal stimulation: Prediction of cognitive and linguistic development in singletons and twins 433
J. HUTTENLOCHER, Word recognition and word production in children 447
G. S. HALFORD, J. D. BAIN, and M. T. MAVBERV, Working memory and representational processes: Implications for cognitive development 459
F. I. M. CRAIK and J. C. RABINOWITZ, Age differences in the acquisition and use of verbal information: A tutorial review 471
G. COHEN and D. FAULKNER, Memory for text: Some age differences in the nature of the information that is retained after listening to texts 501
P. RABBITT, How old people prepare themselves for events which they expect 515
 

 

Topic 6 – ASSOCIATION LECTURE Page#
M. I. POSNER and Y. COHEN, Components of visual orienting 531

 

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