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, 181-198, 1987
Word identification in reading and the promise of subsymbolic psycholinguistics.
GC Van Orden, BF Pennington, GO Stone
Psychological review 97 (4), 488, 1990
Self-organization of cognitive performance.
GC Van Orden, JG Holden, MT Turvey
Journal of experimental psychology: General 132 (3), 331, 2003
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
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
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
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
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
Scaling laws in cognitive sciences
CT Kello, GDA Brown, R Ferrer-i-Cancho, JG Holden, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (5), 223-232, 2010
What do double dissociations prove?
GC Van Orden, BF Pennington, GO Stone
Cognitive Science 25 (1), 111-172, 2001
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
Human cognition and 1/f scaling.
GC Van Orden, JG Holden, MT Turvey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 134 (1), 117, 2005
The emergent coordination of cognitive function.
CT Kello, BC Beltz, JG Holden, GC Van Orden
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 136 (4), 551, 2007
Strategic control of processing in word recognition.
GO Stone, GC Van Orden
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 19 (4), 744, 1993
Living in the pink: Intentionality, wellbeing, and complexity
GC Van Orden, H Kloos, S Wallot
Philosophy of complex systems, 629-672, 2011
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
Dispersion of response times reveals cognitive dynamics.
JG Holden, GC Van Orden, MT Turvey
Psychological review 116 (2), 318, 2009
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
Functional neuroimages fail to discover pieces of mind in the parts of the brain
GC Van Orden, KR Paap
Philosophy of Science 64 (S4), S85-S94, 1997
Tutorials in contemporary nonlinear methods
E Riley, G Van Orden
National Science Foundation, 2005
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