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Kenneth Paap
Kenneth Paap
Professor of Psychology, San Francisco State University
Verified email at sfsu.edu
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There is no coherent evidence for a bilingual advantage in executive processing
KR Paap, ZI Greenberg
Cognitive psychology 66 (2), 232-258, 2013
11382013
An activation–verification model for letter and word recognition: The word-superiority effect.
KR Paap, SL Newsome, JE McDonald, RW Schvaneveldt
Psychological review 89 (5), 573, 1982
8101982
Bilingual advantages in executive functioning either do not exist or are restricted to very specific and undetermined circumstances
KR Paap, HA Johnson, O Sawi
Cortex 69, 265-278, 2015
7662015
Dual-route models of print to sound: Still a good horse race
KR Paap, RW Noel
Psychological research 53 (1), 13-24, 1991
5031991
Bilingual advantages in executive functioning: problems in convergent validity, discriminant validity, and the identification of the theoretical constructs
KR Paap, O Sawi
Frontiers in psychology 5, 962, 2014
2552014
Are bilingual advantages dependent upon specific tasks or specific bilingual experiences?
KR Paap, HA Johnson, O Sawi
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (6), 615-639, 2014
2482014
Frequency and pronounceability in visually presented naming and lexical decision tasks.
KR Paap, JE McDonald, RW Schvaneveldt, RW Noel
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, 1987
2361987
Word shape's in poor shape for the race to the lexicon.
KR Paap, SL Newsome, RW Noel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 10 (3), 413, 1984
2001984
Design of menus
KR Paap, NJ Cooke
Handbook of human-computer interaction, 533-572, 1997
1771997
Functional neuroimages fail to discover pieces of mind in the parts of the brain
GC Van Orden, KR Paap
Philosophy of Science 64 (S4), S85-S94, 1997
1771997
Should the search for bilingual advantages in executive functioning continue
KR Paap, HA Johnson, O Sawi
Cortex 74 (4), 305-314, 2016
1482016
Letter encoding is an obligatory but capacity-demanding operation.
KR Paap, WC Ogden
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 7 (3), 518, 1981
1391981
The optimal number of menu options per panel
KR Paap, RJ Roske-Hofstrand
Human Factors 28 (4), 377-385, 1986
1251986
No compelling evidence for a bilingual advantage in switching or that frequent language switching reduces switch cost
KR Paap, HA Myuz, RT Anders, MF Bockelman, R Mikulinsky, OM Sawi
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 29 (2), 89-112, 2017
1242017
Perceptual consequences of potentiation in the extraocular muscles: an alternative explanation for adaptation to wedge prisms.
KR Paap, SM Ebenholtz
Journal of experimental psychology: Human Perception and Performance 2 (4), 457, 1976
1151976
The role of test-retest reliability in measuring individual and group differences in executive functioning
KR Paap, O Sawi
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 274, 81-93, 2016
1142016
The case of the vanishing frequency effect: A retest of the verification model.
KR Paap, LS Johansen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (6 …, 1994
1061994
The role of componential analysis, categorical hypothesising, replicability and confirmation bias in testing for bilingual advantages in executive functioning
KR Paap
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (3), 242-255, 2014
1042014
Cognitive networks as a guide to menu organization: An application in the automated cockpit
RJ Roske-Hofstrand, KR Paap
Ergonomics 29 (11), 1301-1311, 1986
951986
The bilingual advantage debate: Quantity and quality of the evidence
K Paap
The handbook of the neuroscience of multilingualism, 701-735, 2019
922019
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