Whitney Tabor

Affiliations: 
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Website:
http://solab.uconn.edu/
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Johns CL, Jahn AA, Jones HR, et al. (2018) Individual differences in decoding skill, print exposure, and cortical structure in young adults. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 33: 1275-1295
Kukona A, Braze D, Johns CL, et al. (2016) The real-time prediction and inhibition of linguistic outcomes: Effects of language and literacy skill. Acta Psychologica. 171: 72-84
Cho PW, Szkudlarek E, Tabor W. (2016) Discovery of a Recursive Principle: An Artificial Grammar Investigation of Human Learning of a Counting Recursion Language. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 867
Braze D, Katz L, Magnuson JS, et al. (2016) Vocabulary does not complicate the simple view of reading. Reading and Writing. 29: 435-451
Braze D, Katz L, Magnuson JS, et al. (2015) Vocabulary does not complicate the simple view of reading Reading and Writing. 1-17
Kukona A, Cho PW, Magnuson JS, et al. (2014) Lexical interference effects in sentence processing: evidence from the visual world paradigm and self-organizing models. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 40: 326-47
Tabor W, Cho PW, Dankowicz H. (2013) Birth of an abstraction: a dynamical systems account of the discovery of an elsewhere principle in a category learning task. Cognitive Science. 37: 1193-227
Tabor W, Cho PW, Szkudlarek E. (2013) Fractal analysis illuminates the form of connectionist structural gradualness. Topics in Cognitive Science. 5: 634-67
Kukona A, Tabor W. (2011) Impulse processing: a dynamical systems model of incremental eye movements in the visual world paradigm. Cognitive Science. 35: 1009-51
Braze D, Mencl WE, Tabor W, et al. (2011) Unification of sentence processing via ear and eye: an fMRI study. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 47: 416-31
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