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Volume 13, Numbers 7-8, -8/May 2006

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Age of acquisition and lexical processing
pp. 789-845(57)
Authors: Johnston, Robert; Barry, Christopher

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Age-of-acquisition effects in picture naming: Are they structural and/or semantic in nature?
pp. 864-883(20)
Authors: Chalard, Marylène; Bonin, Patrick

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Age of acquisition and typicality effects in three object processing tasks
pp. 884-910(27)
Authors: Holmes, Selina; Ellis, Andrew

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Effects of age of acquisition, age, and repetition priming on object naming
pp. 911-927(17)
Authors: Barry, Christopher; Johnston, Robert; Wood, Rebecca

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Lexical determinants of semantic processing speed
pp. 949-967(19)
Authors: Morrison, Catriona; Gibbons, Zoe

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The effects of age of acquisition on an object classification task
pp. 968-980(13)
Authors: Catling, Jon.; Johnston, Robert

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Age of acquisition in naming Japanese words
pp. 981-991(11)
Authors: Havelka, Jelena; Tomita, Inoka

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The effect of age of acquisition: Partly frequency related, partly frequency independent
pp. 992-1011(20)
Authors: Brysbaert, Marc; Ghyselinck, Mandy

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Chasing psycholinguistic effects: A cautionary tale
pp. 1012-1026(15)
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The brain bases of reading late learned words: Evidence from functional MRI1
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