Serje Robidoux
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Item-specific adaptation and the conflict-monitoring hypothesis: a computational model.
C Blais, S Robidoux, EF Risko, D Besner
American Psychological Association 114 (4), 1076, 2007
Children reading spoken words: Interactions between vocabulary and orthographic expectancy
S Wegener, HC Wang, P de Lissa, S Robidoux, K Nation, A Castles
Developmental Science 21 (3), e12577, 2018
Bedding down new words: Sleep promotes the emergence of lexical competition in visual word recognition
HC Wang, G Savage, MG Gaskell, T Paulin, S Robidoux, A Castles
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24, 1186-1193, 2017
Varieties of attention: Their roles in visual word identification
D Besner, EF Risko, JA Stolz, D White, M Reynolds, S O’Malley, ...
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (3), 162-168, 2016
Visual similarity effects on masked priming
S Kinoshita, S Robidoux, L Mills, D Norris
Memory & cognition 42 (5), 821-833, 2014
Constraints on computational models of basic processes in reading.
D Besner, S Wartak, S Robidoux
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (1), 242, 2008
On the joint effects of stimulus quality, regularity, and lexicality when reading aloud: new challenges.
D Besner, S O'Malley, S Robidoux
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (3), 750, 2010
German and English bodies: No evidence for cross-linguistic differences in preferred orthographic grain size
X Schmalz, S Robidoux, A Castles, M Coltheart, E Marinus
Collabra: Psychology 3 (1), 2017
Quantifying the reliance on different sublexical correspondences in German and English
X Schmalz, E Marinus, S Robidoux, S Palethorpe, A Castles, M Coltheart
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (8), 831-852, 2014
Reading aloud: Evidence for contextual control over lexical activation.
R Ferguson, S Robidoux, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (2), 499, 2009
Conflict resolved: On the role of spatial attention in reading and color naming tasks
S Robidoux, D Besner
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22, 1709-1716, 2015
Hierarchical clustering analysis of reading aloud data: A new technique for evaluating the performance of computational models
S Robidoux, SC Pritchard
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 267, 2014
Variations in the use of simple and context-sensitive grapheme-phoneme correspondences in English and German developing readers
X Schmalz, S Robidoux, A Castles, E Marinus
Annals of dyslexia 70, 180-199, 2020
Tracking the relations between children’s reading and emotional health across time: Evidence from four large longitudinal studies
G McArthur, N Badcock, A Castles, S Robidoux
Reading Research Quarterly 57 (2), 555-585, 2022
Visual word recognition: Evidence for global and local control over semantic feedback.
S Robidoux, J Stolz, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (3), 689, 2010
Beliefs about hearing voices
MH Connors, S Robidoux, R Langdon, M Coltheart
Consciousness and cognition 43, 89-101, 2016
Context-dependent similarity effects in letter recognition
S Kinoshita, S Robidoux, D Guilbert, D Norris
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22, 1458-1464, 2015
Basic processes in reading aloud and colour naming: Towards a better understanding of the role of spatial attention
S Robidoux, D Rauwerda, D Besner
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (5), 979-990, 2014
Who are the noisiest neighbors in the hood? Using error analyses to study the acquisition of letter-position processing.
E Marinus, Y Kezilas, S Kohnen, S Robidoux, A Castles
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44 (9), 1384, 2018
When benefits outweigh costs: Reconsidering “automatic” phonological recoding when reading aloud.
S Robidoux, D Besner
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2011
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