Guy Van Orden
Guy Van Orden
Professor of Psychology, University of Cincinnati
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A ROWS is a ROSE: Spelling, sound, and reading
GC Van Orden
Memory & cognition 15 (3), 181-198, 1987
12641987
Word identification in reading and the promise of subsymbolic psycholinguistics.
GC Van Orden, BF Pennington, GO Stone
Psychological review 97 (4), 488, 1990
8401990
Self-organization of cognitive performance.
GC Van Orden, JG Holden, MT Turvey
Journal of experimental psychology: General 132 (3), 331, 2003
8072003
Word identification in reading proceeds from spelling to sound to meaning.
GC Van Orden, JC Johnston, BL Hale
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 14 (3), 371, 1988
6291988
Phonological processing skills and deficits in adult dyslexics
BF Pennington, GC Van Orden, SD Smith, PA Green, MM Haith
Child development 61 (6), 1753-1778, 1990
6141990
Synchronized arousal between performers and related spectators in a fire-walking ritual
I Konvalinka, D Xygalatas, J Bulbulia, U Schjødt, EM Jegindø, S Wallot, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (20), 8514-8519, 2011
5062011
Interdependence of form and function in cognitive systems explains perception of printed words.
GC Van Orden, SD Goldinger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (6 …, 1994
3941994
Perception is a two-way street: Feedforward and feedback phonology in visual word recognition
GO Stone, M Vanhoy, GC Van Orden
Journal of Memory and language 36 (3), 337-359, 1997
3701997
What do double dissociations prove?
GC Van Orden, BF Pennington, GO Stone
Cognitive Science 25 (1), 111-172, 2001
3482001
Scaling laws in cognitive sciences
CT Kello, GDA Brown, R Ferrer-i-Cancho, JG Holden, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (5), 223-232, 2010
3132010
Why spelling is more difficult than reading
AMT Bosman, GC Van Orden
Learning to spell: Research, theory, and practice across languages 10, 173-194, 1997
2921997
Human cognition and 1/f scaling.
GC Van Orden, JG Holden, MT Turvey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 134 (1), 117, 2005
2822005
Strategic control of processing in word recognition.
GO Stone, GC Van Orden
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 19 (4), 744, 1993
2591993
The emergent coordination of cognitive function.
CT Kello, BC Beltz, JG Holden, GC Van Orden
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 136 (4), 551, 2007
2452007
Living in the pink: Intentionality, wellbeing, and complexity
GC Van Orden, H Kloos, S Wallot
Philosophy of complex systems, 629-672, 2011
2122011
Why SAFE is better than FAST: The relatedness of a word's meanings affects lexical decision times
T Azuma, GC Van Orden
Journal of memory and language 36 (4), 484-504, 1997
2081997
Dispersion of response times reveals cognitive dynamics.
JG Holden, GC Van Orden, MT Turvey
Psychological review 116 (2), 318, 2009
1932009
Functional neuroimages fail to discover pieces of mind in the parts of the brain
GC Van Orden, KR Paap
Philosophy of Science 64, S85-S94, 1997
1671997
The pervasiveness of 1/f scaling in speech reflects the metastable basis of cognition
CT Kello, GG Anderson, JG Holden, GC Van Orden
Cognitive Science 32 (7), 1217-1231, 2008
1552008
Phonologic mediation is fundamental to reading
GC Van Orden
Basic processes in reading, 85-111, 2012
1432012
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