Marc Brysbaert

Department of Experimental Psychology Ghent University, Ghent, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
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Liu X, Wisniewski D, Vermeylen L, et al. (2021) The representations of Chinese characters: evidence from sub-lexical components. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Kyröläinen AJ, Keuleers E, Mandera P, et al. (2021) Affect across adulthood: Evidence from English, Dutch, and Spanish. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 150: 792-812
Brysbaert M, Sui L, Duyck W, et al. (2021) Improving reading rate prediction with word length information: Evidence from Dutch. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218211017100
Liu X, Vermeylen L, Wisniewski D, et al. (2020) The contribution of phonological information to visual word recognition: Evidence from Chinese phonetic radicals. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 133: 48-64
Brysbaert M, Bakk Z, Buchanan EM, et al. (2020) Editorial Into a new decade. Behavior Research Methods
De Clercq P, Brysbaert M. (2020) The influence of word valence on the right visual field advantage in the VHF paradigm: time to adjust the expectations. Laterality. 1-23
Aguasvivas J, Carreiras M, Brysbaert M, et al. (2020) How do Spanish speakers read words? Insights from a crowdsourced lexical decision megastudy. Behavior Research Methods
Brysbaert M, Keuleers E, Mandera P. (2020) Which words do English non-native speakers know? New supernational levels based on yes/no decision: Second Language Research. 267658320934526
Mandera P, Keuleers E, Brysbaert M. (2019) Recognition times for 62 thousand English words: Data from the English Crowdsourcing Project. Behavior Research Methods
Brysbaert M, Keuleers E, Mandera P. (2019) Recognition Times for 54 Thousand Dutch Words: Data from the Dutch Crowdsourcing Project. Psychologica Belgica. 59: 281-300
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