Kevin Diependaele
Kevin Diependaele
Doctor-Assistant, Ghent University
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Does bilingualism change native-language reading? Cognate effects in a sentence context
E Van Assche, W Duyck, RJ Hartsuiker, K Diependaele
Psychological science 20 (8), 923-927, 2009
Practice effects in large-scale visual word recognition studies: A lexical decision study on 14,000 Dutch mono-and disyllabic words and nonwords
E Keuleers, K Diependaele, M Brysbaert
Frontiers in psychology 1, 2082, 2010
Masked cross-modal morphological priming: Unravelling morpho-orthographic and morpho-semantic influences in early word recognition
K Diependaele, D Sandra, J Grainger
Language and cognitive processes 20 (1-2), 75-114, 2005
The word frequency effect in first-and second-language word recognition: A lexical entrenchment account
K Diependaele, K Lemh÷fer, M Brysbaert
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 66 (5), 843-863, 2013
Fast morphological effects in first and second language word recognition
K Diependaele, JA Du˝abeitia, J Morris, E Keuleers
Journal of Memory and Language 64 (4), 344-358, 2011
Semantic transparency and masked morphological priming: The case of prefixed words
K Diependaele, D Sandra, J Grainger
Memory & cognition 37 (6), 895-908, 2009
Masked repetition and phonological priming within and across modalities.
J Grainger, K Diependaele, E Spinelli, L Ferrand, F Farioli
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (6), 1256, 2003
Fast phonology and the bimodal interactive activation model
K Diependaele, JC Ziegler, J Grainger
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 22 (5), 764-778, 2010
Further evidence for temporal decay in working memory
P Barrouillet, S Portrat, E Vergauwe, K Diependaele, V Camos
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition 37, 1302-1317, 2011
The Size of the Cross-Lingual Masked Phonological Priming Effect Does Not Depend on Second Language Proficiency.
W Duyck, K Diependaele, D Drieghe, M Brysbaert
Experimental Psychology 51 (2), 116, 2004
How noisy is lexical decision?
K Diependaele, M Brysbaert, P Neri
Frontiers in psychology 3, 25829, 2012
Derivational morphology and skilled reading: An empirical overview
K Diependaele, J Grainger, D Sandra
Cambridge Handbook of Psycholinguistics, 2012
Dealing with zero word frequencies: A review of the existing rules of thumb and a suggestion for an evidence-based choice
M Brysbaert, K Diependaele
Behavior research methods 45, 422-430, 2013
Breaking boundaries: Letter transpositions and morphological processing
K Diependaele, J Morris, RM Serota, D Bertrand, J Grainger
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (7), 988-1003, 2013
An eye-tracking study on the road examining the effects of handsfree phoning on visual attention
C Desmet, K Diependaele
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 60, 549-559, 2019
Non-compliance with pedestrian traffic lights in Belgian cities
K Diependaele
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 67, 230-241, 2019
The role of form in morphological priming: Evidence from bilinguals
JA Du˝abeitia, M Dimitropoulou, J Morris, K Diependaele
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (7), 967-987, 2013
The European road safety decision support system on risks and measures
H Martensen, K Diependaele, S Daniels, W Van den Berghe, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 125, 344-351, 2019
How lingering representations of abandoned context words affect speech production
I Tydgat, K Diependaele, RJ Hartsuiker, MJ Pickering
Acta Psychologica 140 (3), 218-229, 2012
Speed behavior indicators based on floating car data: Results of a pilot study in Belgium
K Diependaele, F Riguelle, P Temmerman
Transportation research procedia 14, 2074-2082, 2016
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