Wayne Murray
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Serial mechanisms in lexical access: the rank hypothesis.
WS Murray, KI Forster
Psychological Review 111 (3), 721, 2004
2622004
Spatial coding in the processing of anaphor by good and poor readers: Evidence from eye movement analyses
WS Murray, A Kennedy
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 40 (4), 693-718, 1988
1551988
Spatial coordinates and reading: Comments on Monk (1985)
A Kennedy, WS Murray
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 39 (4), 649-656, 1987
1271987
Early, mandatory, pragmatic processing
WS Murray, M Rowan
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 27 (1), 1-22, 1998
1141998
Inspection times for words in syntactically ambiguous sentences under three presentation conditions.
A Kennedy, WS Murray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 10 (6), 833, 1984
1091984
Parsing complements: Comments on the generality of the principle of minimal attachment
A Kennedy, WS Murray, F Jennings, C Reid
Language and Cognitive Processes 4 (3-4), SI51-SI76, 1989
1031989
Prosodic form and parsing commitments
SM Watt, WS Murray
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 25 (2), 291-318, 1996
1001996
Parafoveal pragmatics
WS Murray
Eye guidance in reading and scene perception, 181-199, 1998
901998
Dialogue with machines
A Kennedy, A Wilkes, L Elder, WS Murray
Cognition 30 (1), 37-72, 1988
891988
Referential context effects on syntactic processing.
WS Murray, SP Liversedge
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, 1994
871994
Parafoveal pragmatics revisited
A Kennedy, W Murray, C Boissiere
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 16 (1-2), 128-153, 2004
862004
Commas and spaces: Effects of punctuation on eye movements and sentence parsing
RL Hill, WS Murray
Reading as a perceptual process, 565-589, 2000
852000
The effects of flicker on eye movement control
A Kennedy, WS Murray
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 43 (1), 79-99, 1991
631991
Syntactic structure and the garden path
VM Holmes, A Kennedy, WS Murray
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 39 (2), 277-293, 1987
601987
Frequency and predictability effects in the Dundee Corpus: An eye movement analysis
A Kennedy, J Pynte, WS Murray, SA Paul
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (3), 601-618, 2013
592013
Within-word inspection strategies in continuous reading: Time course of perceptual, lexical, and contextual processes.
J Pynte, A Kennedy, WS Murray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 17 (2), 458, 1991
481991
The effects of spatialisation on the processing of ambiguous pronominal reference
J Pynte, A Kennedy, WS Murray, P Courrieu
Eye movement research: Physiological and psychological aspects, 214-25, 1988
481988
A developmental study of the infrahumanization hypothesis
J Martin, M Bennett, WS Murray
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 26 (2), 153-162, 2008
372008
Sentence processing: Issues and measures
WS Murray
Reading as a perceptual process, 649-664, 2000
362000
Conceptual effects in sentence priming: A cross-linguistic perspective
M Heydel, WS Murray
Cross-linguistic perspectives on language processing, 227-254, 2000
322000
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