Richard Shillcock
Richard Shillcock
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Teaching talk: Strategies for production and assessment
R Shillcock, G Yule
Cambridge University Press, 1984
560*1984
Teaching talk
G Brown, A Anderson, R Shillcock, G Yule
Cambridge: CUP, 1984
559*1984
Eye movements reveal the on-line computation of lexical probabilities during reading
SA McDonald, RC Shillcock
Psychological science 14 (6), 648-652, 2003
3012003
G. Yule (1984)
G Brown, A Anderson, R Shillcock
Teaching talk: Strategies for production and assessment, 0
237*
The recognition of words after their acoustic offsets in spontaneous speech: Effects of subsequent context
EG Bard, RC Shillcock, GTM Altmann
Perception & Psychophysics 44 (5), 395-408, 1988
2201988
Eye-fixation behavior, lexical storage, and visual word recognition in a split processing model.
R Shillcock, TM Ellison, P Monaghan
Psychological review 107 (4), 824, 2000
2152000
How arbitrary is language?
P Monaghan, RC Shillcock, MH Christiansen, S Kirby
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 2014
2122014
Bootstrapping word boundaries: A bottom-up corpus-based approach to speech segmentation
P Cairns, R Shillcock, N Chater, J Levy
Cognitive Psychology 33 (2), 111-153, 1997
2121997
Slips of the tongue in the London-Lund corpus
A Garnham, RC Shillcock, GDA Brown, AID Mill, A Cutler
Slips of the tongue and language production, Mouton, The Hague, 1982
211*1982
Slips of the tongue in the London-Lund corpus of spontaneous conversation
A Garnham, RC Shillcock, GDA Brown, AID Mill, A Cutler
Linguistics 19 (7-8), 805-818, 1981
2111981
Low-level predictive inference in reading: The influence of transitional probabilities on eye movements
SA McDonald, RC Shillcock
Vision Research 43 (16), 1735-1751, 2003
1862003
Rethinking the word frequency effect: The neglected role of distributional information in lexical processing
SA McDonald, RC Shillcock
Language and Speech 44 (3), 295-322, 2001
1822001
Lexical hypotheses in continuous speech.
R Shillcock
The MIT Press, 1990
1491990
An anatomically constrained, stochastic model of eye movement control in reading.
SA McDonald, RHS Carpenter, RC Shillcock
Psychological review 112 (4), 814, 2005
1352005
Impaired artificial grammar learning in agrammatism
MH Christiansen, M Louise Kelly, RC Shillcock, K Greenfield
Cognition 116 (3), 382-393, 2010
1092010
Analysis of a Chinese phonetic compound database: Implications for orthographic processing
JH Hsiao, R Shillcock
Journal of psycholinguistic research 35 (5), 405-426, 2006
1032006
Hemispheric asymmetries in the split-fovea model of semantic processing
P Monaghan, R Shillcock, S McDonald
Brain and Language 88 (3), 339-354, 2004
902004
Evaluating a split processing model of visual word recognition: Effects of word length
M Lavidor, AW Ellis, R Shillcock, T Bland
Cognitive Brain Research 12 (2), 265-272, 2001
842001
Patients with hemianopic alexia adopt an inefficient eye movement strategy when reading text
SA McDonald, G Spitsyna, RC Shillcock, RJS Wise, AP Leff
Brain 129 (1), 158-167, 2006
812006
The on-line resolution of pronominal anaphora
R Shillcock
Language and Speech 25 (4), 385-401, 1982
741982
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