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Elisabeth Beyersmann
Elisabeth Beyersmann
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Morphological processing during visual word recognition in developing readers: Evidence from masked priming
E Beyersmann, A Castles, M Coltheart
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (7), 1306-1326, 2012
1042012
Edge-aligned embedded word activation initiates morpho-orthographic segmentation
J Grainger, E Beyersmann
Psychology of learning and motivation 67, 285-317, 2017
892017
Language proficiency and morpho-orthographic segmentation
E Beyersmann, S Casalis, JC Ziegler, J Grainger
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22, 1054-1061, 2015
832015
Morpho-orthographic segmentation without semantics
E Beyersmann, JC Ziegler, A Castles, M Coltheart, Y Kezilas, J Grainger
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23, 533-539, 2016
792016
Parallel processing of whole words and morphemes in visual word recognition
E Beyersmann, M Coltheart, A Castles
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 65 (9), 1798-1819, 2012
752012
Effects of reading proficiency on embedded stem priming in primary school children
E Beyersmann, J Grainger, S Casalis, JC Ziegler
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 139, 115-126, 2015
672015
Early morphological decomposition during visual word recognition: Evidence from masked transposed-letter priming
E Beyersmann, A Castles, M Coltheart
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18, 937-942, 2011
592011
Masked morphological priming in German-speaking adults and children: Evidence from response time distributions
J Hasenäcker, E Beyersmann, S Schroeder
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 929, 2016
572016
Embedded stem priming effects in prefixed and suffixed pseudowords
E Beyersmann, E Cavalli, S Casalis, P Colé
Scientific Studies of Reading 20 (3), 220-230, 2016
542016
Semantic processing during morphological priming: An ERP study
E Beyersmann, G Iakimova, JC Ziegler, P Colé
Brain Research 1579, 45-55, 2014
482014
Early morphological decomposition of suffixed words: Masked priming evidence with transposed-letter nonword primes
E Beyersmann, JA Duñabeitia, M Carreiras, M Coltheart, A Castles
Applied psycholinguistics 34 (5), 869-892, 2013
412013
Letter transpositions within morphemes and across morpheme boundaries
E Beyersmann, SF McCormick, K Rastle
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (12), 2389-2410, 2013
372013
A developmental investigation of the first-letter advantage
J Grainger, D Bertrand, B Lété, E Beyersmann, JC Ziegler
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 152, 161-172, 2016
342016
Differences in the processing of prefixes and suffixes revealed by a letter-search task
E Beyersmann, JC Ziegler, J Grainger
Scientific Studies of Reading 19 (5), 360-373, 2015
322015
Unpredictability and complexity of print-to-speech correspondences increase reliance on lexical processes: More evidence for the orthographic depth hypothesis
X Schmalz, E Beyersmann, E Cavalli, E Marinus
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 28 (6), 658-672, 2016
282016
Orthographic consistency influences morphological processing in reading aloud: Evidence from a cross‐linguistic study
P Mousikou, E Beyersmann, M Ktori, L Javourey‐Drevet, D Crepaldi, ...
Developmental Science 23 (6), e12952, 2020
262020
Embedded stems as a bootstrapping mechanism for morphological parsing during reading development
E Beyersmann, J Grainger, A Castles
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 182, 196-210, 2019
262019
Do ‘blacheap’and ‘subcheap’both prime ‘cheap’? An investigation of morphemic status and position in early visual word processing
L Heathcote, K Nation, A Castles, E Beyersmann
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 71 (8), 1645-1654, 2018
252018
Morphological priming in children: Disentangling the effects of school-grade and reading skill
J Hasenäcker, E Beyersmann, S Schroeder
Scientific Studies of Reading 24 (6), 484-499, 2020
232020
Support from the morphological family when unembedding the stem.
E Beyersmann, J Grainger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44 (1), 135, 2018
232018
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