Signy Wegener
Signy Wegener
Australian Centre for the Advancement of Literacy, Australian Catholic University
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Relative contributions of psychiatric symptoms and neuropsychological functioning to quality of life in first-episode psychosis
S Wegener, MA Redoblado-Hodge, S Wegener, MA Redoblado-Hodge, ...
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 39 (6), 487-492, 2005
Children reading spoken words: Interactions between vocabulary and orthographic expectancy
S Wegener, HC Wang, P de Lissa, S Robidoux, K Nation, A Castles
Developmental Science 21 (3), e12577, 2018
Precision of synesthetic color matching resembles that for recollected colors rather than physical colors.
DH Arnold, SV Wegener, F Brown, JB Mattingley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (5 …, 2012
Learning morphologically complex spoken words: Orthographic expectations of embedded stems are formed prior to print exposure.
E Beyersmann, S Wegener, K Nation, A Prokupzcuk, HC Wang, A Castles
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 47 (1), 87, 2021
Tracking the evolution of orthographic expectancies over building visual experience
S Wegener, HC Wang, K Nation, A Castles
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 199, 104912, 2020
Elaborative encoding through self-generation enhances outcomes with errorless learning: Findings from the Skypekids memory study
C Haslam, J Wagner, S Wegener, T Malouf
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 27 (1), 60-79, 2017
Oral vocabulary knowledge and learning to read new words: A theoretical review
S Wegener, E Beyersmann, HC Wang, A Castles
Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties 27 (2), 253-278, 2022
Teaching children to read irregular words: A comparison of three instructional methods
D Colenbrander, S Kohnen, E Beyersmann, S Robidoux, S Wegener, ...
Scientific Studies of Reading 26 (6), 545-564, 2022
The effects of spacing and massing on children’s orthographic learning
S Wegener, HC Wang, E Beyersmann, K Nation, D Colenbrander, ...
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 214, 105309, 2022
Children processing novel irregular and regular words during reading: An eye tracking study
L Murray, S Wegener, HC Wang, R Parrila, A Castles
Scientific Studies of Reading 26 (5), 417-431, 2022
That’s good news☹: Semantic congruency effects in emoji processing.
E Beyersmann, S Wegener, N Kemp
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications 35 (1), 17, 2023
Orthographic expectancies in the absence of contextual support
S Wegener, HC Wang, E Beyersmann, K Nation, D Colenbrander, ...
Scientific Studies of Reading 27 (2), 187-197, 2023
How does oral vocabulary knowledge help children learn to read?
S Wegener, A Castles
A pilot study of a cognitive behavioural therapy anger management intervention for children
EJ Beadle, SV Wegener, MA Swain, N Hilton, J Kenardy, L McKinlay, ...
Neuro-Disability and Psychotherapy 3 (1), 42-64, 2015
The effect of oral vocabulary training on reading novel complex words
E Beyersmann, S Wegener, VN Pescuma, K Nation, D Colenbrander, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 76 (6), 1321-1332, 2023
Acquisition of orthographic forms via spoken complex word training
E Beyersmann, S Wegener, J Spencer, A Castles
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 30 (2), 739-750, 2023
Eye movements during reading
S Wegener, L Yu, ED Reichle, E Beyersmann, R Parrila, A Castles
Frontiers for young minds 11, 1-8, 2023
The role of oral vocabulary when L2 speakers read novel words: A complex word training study
A Behzadnia, S Wegener, A Bürki, E Beyersmann
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1-12, 2023
The effect of spacing versus massing on orthographic learning
S Wegener, HC Wang, E Beyersmann, ED Reichle, K Nation, A Castles
Reading Research Quarterly 58 (3), 361-372, 2023
Emoji-Induced Positivity Bias in Lexical Processing: Evidence from a Priming Lexical Decision Task
D Stoianov, N Kemp, S Wegener, L Beyersmann
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 45 (45), 2023
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