Teresa M Schubert
Teresa M Schubert
Wellesley College
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A special font for people with dyslexia: Does it work and, if so, why?
E Marinus, M Mostard, E Segers, TM Schubert, A Madelaine, K Wheldall
Dyslexia 22 (3), 233-244, 2016
Prelexical representations and processes in reading: Evidence from acquired dyslexia
T Schubert, M McCloskey
Cognitive Neuropsychology 30 (6), 360-395, 2013
Shared versus separate processes for letter and digit identification
M McCloskey, T Schubert
Cognitive Neuropsychology 31 (5-6), 437-460, 2014
Representation of letter position in single-word reading: Evidence from acquired dyslexia
M McCloskey, S Fischer-Baum, T Schubert
Cognitive Neuropsychology 30 (6), 396-428, 2013
Knowledge about writing influences reading: Dynamic visual information about letter production facilitates letter identification
T Schubert, C Reilhac, M McCloskey
Cortex, 2018
Why are digits easier to identify than letters?
TM Schubert
Neuropsychologia 95, 136-155, 2017
Allograph priming is based on abstract letter identities: Evidence from Japanese kana.
S Kinoshita, T Schubert, RG Verdonschot
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (1), 183, 2019
Evidence for cross-script abstract identities in learners of Japanese kana
T Schubert, R Gawthrop, S Kinoshita
Memory & Cognition 46, 1010-1021, 2018
Reading the written language environment: Learning orthographic structure from statistical regularities
TM Schubert, T Cohen, S Fischer-Baum
Journal of Memory and Language 114, 104148, 2020
Lack of awareness despite complex visual processing: Evidence from event-related potentials in a case of selective metamorphopsia
TM Schubert, D Rothlein, T Brothers, EL Coderre, K Ledoux, B Gordon, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 16055-16064, 2020
What causes the greater perceived similarity of consonant-transposed nonwords?
T Schubert, S Kinoshita, D Norris
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (3), 642-656, 2018
Recognition of oral spelling is diagnostic of the central reading processes
T Schubert, M McCloskey
Cognitive Neuropsychology 32 (2), 80-88, 2015
A deficit in post-graphemic writing processes: Evidence for a graphomotor buffer
M McCloskey, C Reilhac, T Schubert
Cognitive Neuropsychology 35 (8), 430-457, 2018
Acquired impairments in reading
JJ Purcell, TM Schubert, AE Hillis
The handbook of adult language disorders, 3-23, 2015
Development of children’s identity and position processing for letter, digit, and symbol strings: A cross-sectional study of the primary school years
T Schubert, N Badcock, S Kohnen
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 162, 163-180, 2017
Cognitive processes of letter and digit identification
TM Schubert
Johns Hopkins University, 2015
Nonlinear spelling in graphemic buffer deficit
T Schubert, L Nickels
Cognitive Neuropsychology 32 (7-8), 431-441, 2015
Investigation and rehabilitation of a new acquired reading disorder
M McCloskey, T Schubert, D Rothlein, B Rapp, D Slonim, ...
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 94, 203-204, 2013
Recognition of oral spelling is diagnostic of the integrity of the central reading processes
T Schubert, B Rapp, M McCloskey
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 94, 159-161, 2013
Preserved recognition of basic visual features despite lack of awareness of shape: evidence from a case of neglect
S Akbiyik, T Schubert, A Caramazza
bioRxiv, 2023.05. 30.541805, 2023
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