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Kenny Coventry
Kenny Coventry
Professor of Psychology, School of Psychology, University of East Anglia, UK
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Saying, seeing and acting: The psychological semantics of spatial prepositions
KR Coventry, SC Garrod
Psychology Press, 2004
5542004
Sensation seeking, gambling and gambling addictions
KR Coventry, RIF Brown
Addiction 88 (4), 541-554, 1993
2861993
The interplay between geometry and function in the comprehension of over, under, above, and below
KR Coventry, M Prat-Sala, L Richards
Journal of memory and language 44 (3), 376-398, 2001
2062001
Physiological arousal and sensation‐seeking in female fruit machine gamblers
KR Coventry, B Constable
Addiction 94 (3), 425-430, 1999
1771999
Demonstratives in spatial language and social interaction: An interdisciplinary review
H Diessel, KR Coventry
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 555265, 2020
1612020
Arousal, sensation seeking and frequency of gambling in off‐course horse racing bettors
KR Coventry, AC Norman
British Journal of Psychology 88 (4), 671-681, 1997
1531997
Spatial prepositions, object-specific function, and task requirements
KR Coventry, R Carmichael, SC Garrod
Journal of semantics 11 (4), 289-309, 1994
1531994
Language within your reach: Near–far perceptual space and spatial demonstratives
KR Coventry, B Valdés, A Castillo, P Guijarro-Fuentes
Cognition 108 (3), 889-895, 2008
1272008
Gender differences, physiological arousal and the role of winning in fruit machine gamblers
KR Coventry, J Hudson
Addiction 96 (6), 871-879, 2001
1212001
Cognitive and psychological science insights to improve climate change data visualization
J Harold, I Lorenzoni, TF Shipley, KR Coventry
Nature Climate Change 6 (12), 1080-1089, 2016
1062016
Spatial prepositions, functional relations, and lexical specification
KR Coventry
Representation and processing of spatial expressions, 247-262, 1998
1041998
Arousal, erroneous verbalizations and the illusion of control during a computer‐generated gambling task
KR Coventry, AC Norman
British Journal of Psychology 89 (4), 629-645, 1998
1001998
Spatial demonstratives and perceptual space: Describing and remembering object location
KR Coventry, D Griffiths, CJ Hamilton
Cognitive Psychology 69, 46-70, 2014
952014
Spatial language, visual attention, and perceptual simulation
KR Coventry, D Lynott, A Cangelosi, L Monrouxe, D Joyce, ...
Brain and language 112 (3), 202-213, 2010
882010
Predictive eye movements are driven by goals, not by the mirror neuron system
R Eshuis, KR Coventry, M Vulchanova
Psychological Science 20 (4), 438-440, 2009
802009
Approach to behavioral addiction: The case of gambling
JSB Evans, K Coventry
Handbook of implicit cognition and addiction, 29-44, 2006
742006
Basic colour terms in Modern Greek: Twelve terms including two blues
K Coventry, C Mitsakis, I Davies, JL Jover, A Androulaki, ...
Journal of Greek Linguistics 7 (1), 3-47, 2006
682006
Spatial prepositions and vague quantifiers: Implementing the functional geometric framework
KR Coventry, A Cangelosi, R Rajapakse, A Bacon, S Newstead, D Joyce, ...
International Conference on Spatial Cognition, 98-110, 2004
682004
Mood state and gambling: Using mobile telephones to track emotions
P Gee, KR Coventry, D Birkenhead
British Journal of Psychology 96 (1), 53-66, 2005
622005
Function, geometry and spatial prepositions: Three experiments
KR Coventry
Spatial Cognition and Computation 1 (2), 145-154, 1999
561999
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