Avital Deutsch
Avital Deutsch
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What can we learn from the morphology of Hebrew? A masked-priming investigation of morphological representation.
R Frost, KI Forster, A Deutsch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 23 (4), 829, 1997
5101997
Verbs and nouns are organized and accessed differently in the mental lexicon: Evidence from Hebrew.
A Deutsch, R Frost, KI Forster
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 24 (5), 1238, 1998
2631998
Morphological priming: Dissociation of phonological, semantic, and morphological factors
R Frost, A Deutsch, O Gilboa, M Tannenbaum, W Marslen-Wilson
Memory & Cognition 28 (8), 1277-1288, 2000
1962000
Decomposing morphologically complex words in a nonlinear morphology.
R Frost, A Deutsch, KI Forster
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (3), 751, 2000
1842000
Syntactic and semantic factors in processing gender agreement in Hebrew: Evidence from ERPs and eye movements
A Deutsch, S Bentin
Journal of memory and language 45 (2), 200-224, 2001
1802001
Orthographic structure versus morphological structure: Principles of lexical organization in a given language.
R Frost, T Kugler, A Deutsch, KI Forster
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (6), 1293, 2005
1752005
Syntactic competence and reading ability in children
S Bentin, A Deutsch, IY Liberman
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 49 (1), 147-172, 1990
1701990
Early morphological effects in reading: Evidence from parafoveal preview benefit in Hebrew
A Deutsch, R Frost, S Pelleg, A Pollatsek, K Rayner
Psychonomic bulletin & review 10 (2), 415-422, 2003
1542003
Initial fixation location effects in reading Hebrew words
A Deutsch, K Rayner
Language and Cognitive Processes 14 (4), 393-421, 1999
1531999
Reading habits, perceptual learning, and recognition of printed words
TA Nazir, N Ben-Boutayab, N Decoppet, A Deutsch, R Frost
Brain and language 88 (3), 294-311, 2004
1412004
Early morphological effects in word recognition in Hebrew: Evidence from parafoveal preview benefit
A Deutsch, R Frost, A Pollatsek, K Rayner
Language and Cognitive Processes 15 (4-5), 487-506, 2000
1402000
Changing places: A cross-language perspective on frequency and family size in Dutch and Hebrew
FM del Prado Martín, A Deutsch, R Frost, R Schreuder, NH De Jong, ...
Journal of Memory and Language 53 (4), 496-512, 2005
1032005
Morphological parafoveal preview benefit effects in reading: Evidence from Hebrew
A Deutsch, R Frost, A Pollatsek, K Rayner
Language and Cognitive Processes 20 (1-2), 341-371, 2005
1022005
The processing of root morphemes in Hebrew: Contrasting localist and distributed accounts
H Velan, R Frost, A Deutsch, DC Plaut
Language and Cognitive Processes 20 (1-2), 169-206, 2005
622005
Attention factors mediating syntactic deficiency in reading-disabled children
A Deutsch, S Bentin
Journal of experimental child psychology 63 (2), 386-415, 1996
601996
Lexical organization and lexical access in a non-concatenated morphology
A Deutsch, R Frost
Language Acquisition and Language Disorders 28, 165-186, 2003
392003
Attention mechanisms mediate the syntactic priming effect in auditory word identification.
A Deutsch, S Bentin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (3), 595, 1994
361994
Conflicting cues and competition between notional and grammatical factors in producing number and gender agreement: Evidence from Hebrew
A Deutsch, M Dank
Journal of Memory and Language 60 (1), 112-143, 2009
342009
Semantic influence on processing gender agreement: Evidence from Hebrew
A Deutsch, S Bentin, L Katz
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 28 (5), 515-535, 1999
301999
The flexibility of letter-position flexibility: Evidence from eye movements in reading Hebrew.
H Velan, A Deutsch, R Frost
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (4 …, 2013
292013
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