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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 26, Number 1, February 2009

Letter recognition: From perception to representation
pp. 1-6(6)
Authors: Finkbeiner, Matthew; Coltheart, Max

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Testing computational models of letter perception with item-level event-related potentials
pp. 7-22(16)
Authors: Rey, Arnaud; Dufau, Stephane; Massol, Stephanie; Grainger, Jonathan

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The spatio-temporal dynamics of visual letter recognition
pp. 23-35(13)
Authors: Fiset, Daniel; Blais, Caroline; Arguin, Martin; Tadros, Karine; Ethier-Majcher, Catherine; Bub, Daniel; Gosselin, Frederic

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Free Content Grouping in object recognition: The role of a Gestalt law in letter identification
pp. 36-49(14)
Authors: Pelli, Denis; Majaj, Najib; Raizman, Noah; Christian, Christopher; Kim, Edward; Palomares, Melanie

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The long learning route to abstract letter units
pp. 50-69(20)
Author: Thompson, G. Brian

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The development of abstract letter representations for reading: Evidence for the role of context
pp. 70-90(21)
Authors: Polk, Thad; Lacey, Heather; Nelson, James; Demiralp, Emre; Newman, Lee; Krauss, David; Raheja, Aarti; Farah, Martha

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Expertise with characters in alphabetic and nonalphabetic writing systems engage overlapping occipito-temporal areas
pp. 111-127(17)
Authors: Wong, Alan; Jobard, Gael; James, Karin; James, Thomas; Gauthier, Isabel

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