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[其他] language and cognitive processes 2011.26issue.1

language and cognitive processes 2011.26issue.1

How do thoughts differ from feelings? Putting the differences into words.
By: Ickes, William; Wen Cheng. Language & Cognitive Processes, Jan2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p1-23, 23p, 2 Charts;
Subjects: HYPOTHESIS; COMPARATIVE studies; COMPUTER software; CONTENT analysis (Communication); EMOTIONS; EXPERIMENTAL design; GRAMMAR, Comparative & general; JUDGMENT; RESEARCH; SELF-evaluation; SPEECH -- Evaluation; T-test (Statistics); THOUGHT & thinking; VOCABULARY; THEORY; DATA analysis; PHONOLOGICAL awareness; Computer and Software Stores

Symmetric and asymmetric patterns of attraction errors in producing subject-predicate agreement in Hebrew: An issue of morphological structure
By: Deutsch, Avital; Dank, Maya. Language & Cognitive Processes, Jan2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p24-46, 23p, 5 Charts;
Subjects: CONSONANTS; EXPERIMENTAL design; GRAMMAR, Comparative & general; LANGUAGE & languages; LANGUAGE arts; LISTS; PHONETICS; VOCABULARY; VOWELS; HUMAN error; PHONOLOGICAL awareness; UNDERGRADUATES; ISRAEL

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Basic processes in reading: On the relation between spatial attention and familiarity.
By: Risko, Evan F.; Stolz, Jennifer A.; Besner, Derek. Language & Cognitive Processes, Jan2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p47-62, 16p;
Subjects: HYPOTHESIS; ANALYSIS of variance; ATTENTION; COMPUTER-aided design; CONFIDENCE intervals; EXPERIMENTAL design; LANGUAGE arts; LISTS; REACTION time; READING; SPACE perception; PHONOLOGICAL awareness; REPEATED measures design; UNDERGRADUATES

Comprehension of elided structure: Evidence from sluicing..
By: Dickey, Michael Walsh; Bunger, Ann C.. Language & Cognitive Processes, Jan2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p63-78, 16p, 2 Charts;
Subjects: ANALYSIS of variance; EXPERIMENTAL design; GRAMMAR, Comparative & general; LANGUAGE arts; LISTS; READING; REGRESSION analysis; TIME; PHONOLOGICAL awareness; UNDERGRADUATES; ILLINOIS

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When do we use 'they' to refer to two individuals? Scenario mapping as a basis for equivalence.
By: Moxey, Linda M.; Sanford, Anthony J.; Wood, Andrew I.; Ginter, Linden M. N.. Language & Cognitive Processes, Jan2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p79-120, 42p, 1 Diagram, 1 Chart; DOI: 10.1080/01690961003701865
Subjects: HYPOTHESIS; ANALYSIS of variance; CASE method; CHI-square test; DISCOURSE analysis; EXPERIMENTAL design; GRAMMAR, Comparative & general; LANGUAGE arts; LISTS; POPULATION geography; REFERENCE values (Medicine); SOCIAL role; THEORY; PHONOLOGICAL awareness; UNDERGRADUATES; SCOTLAND


Rehearsal effects in adult word learning.
By: Kaushanskaya, Margarita; Jeewon Yoo. Language & Cognitive Processes, Jan2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p121-148, 28p, 1 Chart, 2 Graphs; DOI: 10.1080/01690965.2010.486579
Subjects: ANALYSIS of variance; COMPARATIVE studies; COMPUTER-aided design; CONSONANTS; CORRELATION (Statistics); EXPERIMENTAL design; LANGUAGE arts; LEARNING strategies; LISTS; PHONETICS; SEMANTICS; SHORT-term memory; T-test (Statistics); VERBAL behavior; VOCABULARY; VOWELS; PHONOLOGICAL awareness

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