Matthew Finkbeiner
Matthew Finkbeiner
Harvard University, University of Arizona, Macquarie University
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The role of polysemy in masked semantic and translation priming
M Finkbeiner, K Forster, J Nicol, K Nakamura
Journal of memory and language 51 (1), 1-22, 2004
Lexical access in bilingual speakers: What's the (hard) problem?
M Finkbeiner, TH Gollan, A Caramazza
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 9 (2), 153-166, 2006
Lexical selection in bilingual speech production does not involve language suppression.
M Finkbeiner, J Almeida, N Janssen, A Caramazza
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (5), 1075, 2006
Now you see it, now you don't: On turning semantic interference into facilitation in a Stroop-like task
M Finkbeiner, A Caramazza
Cortex 42 (6), 790-796, 2006
Semantic category effects in second language word learning
M Finkbeiner, J Nicol
Applied psycholinguistics 24 (3), 369-383, 2003
The role of spatial attention in nonconscious processing: A comparison of face and nonface stimuli
M Finkbeiner, R Palermo
Psychological Science 20 (1), 42-51, 2009
The locus of the frequency effect in picture naming: When recognizing is not enough
J Almeida, M Knobel, M Finkbeiner, A Caramazza
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14 (6), 1177-1182, 2007
The many places of frequency: Evidence for a novel locus of the lexical frequency effect in word production
M Knobel, M Finkbeiner, A Caramazza
Cognitive Neuropsychology 25 (2), 256-286, 2008
The role of language in memory for actions
M Finkbeiner, J Nicol, D Greth, K Nakamura
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 31, 447-457, 2002
Lexical selection is not a competitive process: a reply to La Heij et al.(2006).
M Finkbeiner, A Caramazza
Masson Italia, 2006
Viewing and feeling touch modulates hand position for reaching
R Zopf, S Truong, M Finkbeiner, J Friedman, MA Williams
Neuropsychologia 49 (5), 1287-1293, 2011
Modulating the masked congruence priming effect with the hands and the mouth.
M Finkbeiner, A Caramazza
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (4), 894, 2008
Letter recognition: From perception to representation
M Finkbeiner, M Coltheart
Cognitive Neuropsychology 26 (1), 1-6, 2009
Subliminal priming with nearly perfect performance in the prime-classification task
M Finkbeiner
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73, 1255-1265, 2011
Linking cognitive and reaching trajectories via intermittent movement control
J Friedman, S Brown, M Finkbeiner
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 57 (3-4), 140-151, 2013
Engaging the motor system with masked orthographic primes: A kinematic analysis
M Finkbeiner, JH Song, K Nakayama, A Caramazza
Visual cognition 16 (1), 11-22, 2008
Bilingual lexical access: What’s the (hard) problem
M Finkbeiner, T Gollan, A Caramazza
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 9 (2), 153-166, 2006
Can the dual-route cascaded computational model of reading offer a valid account of the masked onset priming effect?
P Mousikou, M Coltheart, M Finkbeiner, S Saunders
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (5), 984-1003, 2010
The flexibility of nonconsciously deployed cognitive processes: evidence from masked congruence priming
M Finkbeiner, J Friedman
PloS one 6 (2), e17095, 2011
Face-sex categorization is better above fixation than below: Evidence from the reach-to-touch paradigm
GL Quek, M Finkbeiner
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 1407-1419, 2014
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