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2006All about words: A lexicalist perspective on readingAndrews, Sally; PsychologyAll about words: A lexicalist perspective on reading in From Inkmarks to Ideas, Psychology Press - Taylor & Francis, 2006, pp. 318-347
2006Between- and within-individual effects of visual contrast sensitivity on perceptual matching, processing speed, and associative memory in older adultsAndrews, Sally; Anstey, Kaarin J.; Borzycki, Maria; Butterworth, Peter; PsychologyBetween- and within-individual effects of visual contrast sensitivity on perceptual matching, processing speed, and associative memory in older adults, Gerontology, vol.52,(2),2006,pp 124-130
2004Eye Movements And Morphological Segmentation Of Compound Words: There Is A Mouse In MousetrapAndrews, Sally; Miller, Brett; Rayner, Keith; PsychologyEye Movements And Morphological Segmentation Of Compound Words: There Is A Mouse In Mousetrap, European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, vol.16,(1-2),2004,pp 285-311
2015Individual Differences Among Skilled Readers: The Role of Lexical QualityAndrews, Sally; PsychologyIndividual Differences Among Skilled Readers: The Role of Lexical Quality in The Oxford Handbook of Reading, Oxford University Press, 2015, pp. 129-148
2017Individual Differences in Automatic Semantic PrimingAndrews, Sally; Lo, Steson; Xia, Violet; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyIndividual Differences in Automatic Semantic Priming, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol.43, 5, 2017,pp 1025-1039
2013Is morphological priming stronger for transparent than opaque words? It depends on individual differences in spelling and vocabularyAndrews, Sally; Lo, Steson; Psychology; PsychologyIs morphological priming stronger for transparent than opaque words? It depends on individual differences in spelling and vocabulary, Journal of Memory and Language, vol.68, 3, 2013,pp 279-296
2016Is Semantic Preview Benefit Due to Relatedness or Plausibility?Andrews, Sally; Veldre, Aaron; Psychology; PsychologyIs Semantic Preview Benefit Due to Relatedness or Plausibility?, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol.42, 7, 2016,pp 939-952
2004Levels Of Processing Effects On Implicit And Explicit Memory Tasks: Using Question Position To Investigate The Lexical-Processing HypothesisAndrews, Sally; Newell, B R; PsychologyLevels Of Processing Effects On Implicit And Explicit Memory Tasks: Using Question Position To Investigate The Lexical-Processing Hypothesis, Experimental Psychology, vol.51,(2),2004,pp 132-144
2008Lexical Expertise and Reading SkillAndrews, Sally; PsychologyLexical Expertise and Reading Skill, Psychology of Learning and Motivation: Advances in Research and Theory, vol.49,(N/A),2008,pp 247-281
2009Lexical expertise and reading skill: Bottom-up and top-down processing of lexical ambiguityAndrews, Sally; Bond, Rachel; Psychology; PsychologyLexical expertise and reading skill: Bottom-up and top-down processing of lexical ambiguity, Reading and Writing, vol.22, 6, 2009,pp 687-711
2010Lexical Precision in Skilled Readers: Individual Differences in Masked Neighbor PrimingAndrews, Sally; Hersch, Jolyn; Psychology; School of Public Health: MedicineLexical Precision in Skilled Readers: Individual Differences in Masked Neighbor Priming, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, vol.139, 2,pp 299-318
2014Lexical quality and eye movements: Individual differences in the perceptual span of skilled adult readersAndrews, Sally; Veldre, Aaron; Psychology; PsychologyLexical quality and eye movements: Individual differences in the perceptual span of skilled adult readers, The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol.67, 4, 2014,pp 703-727
2012Lexical Quality and Reading Skill: Bottom-Up and Top-Down Contributions to Sentence ProcessingAndrews, Sally; Hersch, Jolyn; Psychology; School of Public Health: MedicineLexical Quality and Reading Skill: Bottom-Up and Top-Down Contributions to Sentence Processing, Scientific Studies of Reading, vol.16, 3, 2012,pp 240-262
2015Masked translation priming asymmetry in Chinese-English bilinguals: Making sense of the Sense ModelAndrews, Sally; Xia, Violet; Psychology; PsychologyMasked translation priming asymmetry in Chinese-English bilinguals: Making sense of the Sense Model, The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol.68, 2, 2015,pp 294-325
2013The Moderating Effect of Individual Differences in Error-Management Training: Who Learns From Mistakes?Andrews, Sally; Loh, Vanessa; Griffin, Barbara; Hesketh, Beryl; Psychology; PsychologyThe Moderating Effect of Individual Differences in Error-Management Training: Who Learns From Mistakes?, Human Factors, vol.55, 2, 2013,pp 435-448
2005Nature and nurture in learning to speak and learning to readAndrews, Sally; PsychologyNature and nurture in learning to speak and learning to read in Psychology: Australian and New Zealand edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2005, pp. 325-326
2012Not all skilled readers have cracked the code: Individual differences in masked form primingAndrews, Sally; Lo, Steson; Psychology; PsychologyNot all skilled readers have cracked the code: Individual differences in masked form priming, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, vol.38, 1, 2012,pp 152-163
2008On the immunity of perceptual implicit memory to manipulations of attentionAndrews, Sally; Cavenett, Tamara; Newell, Ben; PsychologyOn the immunity of perceptual implicit memory to manipulations of attention, Memory & Cognition, vol.36,(4),2008,pp 725-734
2015Parafoveal lexical activation depends on skilled reading proficiencyAndrews, Sally; Veldre, Aaron; Psychology; PsychologyParafoveal lexical activation depends on skilled reading proficiency, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, vol.41, 2, 2015,pp 586-595
2017Parafoveal preview benefit in sentence reading: Independent effects of plausibility and orthographic relatednessAndrews, Sally; Veldre, Aaron; Psychology; PsychologyParafoveal preview benefit in sentence reading: Independent effects of plausibility and orthographic relatedness, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, vol.24, 2, 2017,pp 519-528