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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 24, Number 5, July 2007

Nouns, verbs, objects, actions, and the animate/inanimate effect
pp. 485-504(20)
Authors: Bi, Yanchao; Han, Zaizhu; Shu, Hua; Caramazza, Alfonso

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Evidence of a divided-attention advantage in autism
pp. 505-515(11)
Authors: Rutherford, M. D.; Richards, Eric D.; Moldes, Vanessa; Sekuler, Allison B.

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Morphological processing with deficient phonological short-term memory
pp. 516-534(19)
Authors: Kavé, Gitit; Ze'ev, Hagit Bar; Lev, Anita

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Oculomotor capture in ADHD
pp. 535-549(15)
Authors: Van Der Stigchel, S.; Rommelse, N. N. J.; Deijen, J. B.; Geldof, C. J. A.; Witlox, J.; Oosterlaan, J.; Sergeant, J. A.; Theeuwes, J.

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Local bias and local-to-global interference without global deficit: A robust finding in autism under various conditions of attention, exposure time, and visual angle
pp. 550-574(25)
Authors: Wang, Lixin; Mottron, Laurent; Peng, Danling; Berthiaume, Claude; Dawson, Michelle

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Cognitive versatility in autism cannot be reduced to a deficit
pp. 578-580(3)
Authors: Mottron, Laurent; Dawson, Michelle; Bertone, Armando; Wang, Lixin

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