Carol Whitney
Carol Whitney
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How the brain encodes the order of letters in a printed word: The SERIOL model and selective literature review
C Whitney
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 8 (2), 221-243, 2001
Does the huamn mnid raed wrods as a wlohe
C Whitney, J Grainger
Trends in cognitive sciences 8, 58-59, 2004
Activation of the left inferior frontal gyrus in the first 200 ms of reading: evidence from magnetoencephalography (MEG)
PL Cornelissen, ML Kringelbach, AW Ellis, C Whitney, IE Holliday, ...
PloS one 4 (4), e5359, 2009
Letter‐position encoding and dyslexia
C Whitney, P Cornelissen
Journal of Research in reading 28 (3), 274-301, 2005
SERIOL reading
C Whitney, P Cornelissen
Language and Cognitive Processes 23 (1), 143-164, 2008
A new model of letter string encoding: Simulating right neglect dyslexia
C Whitney, RS Berndt
Progress in brain research 121, 143-163, 1999
Generating non-overlapping displays of nucleic acid secondary structure
BA Shapiro, J Maizel, LE Lipkin, K Currey, C Whitney
Oxford University Press 12 (1Part1), 75-88, 1984
Why word length only matters in the left visual field
C Whitney, M Lavidor
Neuropsychologia 42 (12), 1680-1688, 2004
Supporting the serial in the SERIOL model
C Whitney
Language and Cognitive Processes 23 (6), 824-865, 2008
A computational model of acute focal cortical lesions
S Goodall, JA Reggia, Y Chen, E Ruppin, C Whitney
Stroke 28 (1), 101-109, 1997
Comparison of the SERIOL and SOLAR theories of letter-position encoding
C Whitney
Brain and Language 107 (2), 170-178, 2008
No deficiency in left-to-right processing of words in dyslexia but evidence for enhanced visual crowding
M Callens, C Whitney, W Tops, M Brysbaert
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (9), 1803-1817, 2013
Facilitative orthographic neighborhood effects: The SERIOL model account
C Whitney, M Lavidor
Cognitive Psychology 51 (3), 179-213, 2005
Investigations into the neural basis of structured representations
CS Whitney
University of Maryland, College Park, 2004
Modeling post-stroke cortical map reorganization
J Reggia, S Goodall, Y Chen, E Ruppin, C Whitney
Neural modeling of brain and cognitive disorders, 283-302, 1996
Hemisphere-specific effects in word recognition do not require hemisphere-specific modes of access
C Whitney
Brain and language 88 (3), 279-293, 2004
Position-specific effects within the SERIOL framework of letter-position coding
C Whitney
Connection Science 13 (3), 235-255, 2001
The SERIOL2 Model of Orthographic Processing.
C Whitney, Y Marton
Online Submission, 2013
On coding the position of letters in words
C Whitney, D Bertrand, J Grainger
Experimental psychology, 2012
An explanation of the length effect for rotated words
C Whitney
Cognitive Systems Research 3 (1), 113-119, 2002
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