Faculty Research and Scholarship

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The Benefits of Sensorimotor Knowledge: Body–Object Interaction Facilitates Semantic Processing
Contributors:
Paul D Siakaluk (author), Penny M Pexman (author), Christopher R Sears (author), Kim Wilson (author), Keri Locheed (author), William J Owen (author)
Date:
2008
The influence of exposure to phonological neighbours on preschoolers' novel word production
Contributors:
Tamara L Demke (author), Susan A Graham (author), Paul D Siakaluk (author)
Date:
2002
Body—object interaction ratings for 1,618 monosyllabic nouns
Contributors:
Sherri M Tillotson (author), Paul D Siakaluk (author), Penny M Pexman (author)
Date:
2008
Jarrow, Electronic Thesis, and Dissertation Software
Contributors:
James RW MacDonald (author), Daniel Yule (author)
Date:
2012
A Demonstration of the Analysis of Variance Using Physical Movement and Space
Contributors:
William J Owen (author), Paul D Siakaluk (author)
Date:
2011
Effects of Emotional Experience for Abstract Words in the Stroop Task
Contributors:
Paul D Siakaluk (author), Nathan Knol (author), Penny M Pexman (author)
Date:
2014
Effects of relative embodiment in lexical and semantic processing of verbs
Contributors:
David M Sidhu (author), Rachel Kwan (author), Penny M Pexman (author), Paul D Siakaluk (author)
Date:
2014
Multiple meanings are not necessarily a disadvantage in semantic processing: Evidence from homophone effects in semantic categorisation
Contributors:
Penny Pexman (author), Paul Siakaluk (author), William Owen (author), Christopher Sears (author)
Date:
2007

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