Index, Volume 49

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Index, Volume 49


Akney, C. Davison. See Rushton, J. Philippe. Babai, Myriam. See Peretz, Isabelle. Baranski, Joseph V., & Petrusic, William M. On the Calibration of Knowledge and Perception............................................. 397

Bennett, Patrick J., & Jaye, Paul D. Letter Localization, Not Discrimination, Is Constrained by Attention.......................... 460

Berthelier, Isabelle. See Cadet, Bernard. Bouhouche, A., Elkhessaimi, A., Vaysse, G., & Choulli M.K. Le role du chlorhydrate de quinine dans l'inhibition conditionnee du reflexe tarsal chez Drosophila melanogaster......................................... 520

Brabant, Madeleine. See Desrochers, Alain. Bryson, Susan E. See Roes, Caroline. Cadet, Bernard, Chossiere, Jacqueline, Berthelier, Isabelle, & Ecolasse, Martine. Heuristiques et effets cognitifs dans l'evaluation du risque................................................ 61

Carroll, Marie. See Masson, Michael E.J. Castel, Philippe, & Lacassagne, Marie-Francoise. Un indicateur psychosocial: la position syntaxique................................ 121

Chastain, Garvin. Location Coding with Letters versus Unfamiliar, Familiar, and Labeled Letter-like Forms............................... 95

Chossiere, Jacqueline. See Cadet, Bernard. Choulli M.K. See Bouhouche, A. Coren, Stanley. Age and Handedness: Patterns of Change in the Population and Sex Differences Become Visible with Increased Statistical Power................................................................ 376

Deijen, J.B., Heemstra, M.L., & Orlebeke, J.F. Pupillometric Assessment of Compensatory Effort in a Memory Search Task under Physical and Pharmacologically-induced Suboptimal States.......................... 387

Desrochers, Alain, & Brabant, Madeleine. Interaction entre facteurs phonologiques et semantiques dans une epreuve de categorisation lexicale............................................................. 240

Desrochers, Alain, Paquet, Lise, Jones, Bill, Mercier, Pierre, Senechal, Monique et Gosselin, Pierre. Un nouveau traite de psychologie experimentale: un compte rendu de Richelle, M., Requin, J. & Robert, M. (1994). (Edit.), Traite de psychologie experimentale. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France (Tome 1: XLII + 1019 pages; Tome 2: XXXVII + 741 pages). Compte rendu de Alain Desrochers, Lise Paquet, Bill Jones, Pierre Mercier, Monique Senechal et Pierre Gosselin.................. 582

Desrochers, Alain. L'Annee Psychologique est centenaire: un compte rendu de Fraisse, P. & Segui, J. (1994). (Edit.), Les origines de la psychologie scientifique: centieme anniversaire de l'Annee Psychologique (1894-1994). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France (277 pages)................. 408

Dijkstra, Ton, Roelofs, Ardi, & Fieuws, Steffen. Orthographic Effects on Phoneme Monitoring .................................................. 264

Dube, Stephane. See Kwas, Michelle. Ecolasse, Martine. See Cadet, Bernard. Elkhessaimi, A. See Bouhouche, A. Enns, James T., Bryson, Susan E., & Roes, Caroline. Search for Letter Identity and Location by Disabled Readers ........................... 357

Fieuws, Steffen. See Dijkstra, Ton. Freeman, Frederick G. See Prinzel 111, Lawrence J. Gagnon, Lise. See Hebert, Sylvie. Gagnon, Lise. See Peretz, Isabelle. Gosselin, Pierre. See Desrochers, Alain. Gosselin, Pierre, & Kirouac, Gilles. Le decodage de prototypes emotionnels faciaux.................................................. 313

Greene, Robert L. See Thapar, Anjali. Hamm, Jeff. See McMullen, Patricia A. Hasbroucq, Thierry, & Possamai, Camille-Aime. Does Irrelevant Stimulus Location Affect Response Selection? ................................. 349

Hatta, Takeshi, & Kawakami, Ayako. Patterns of Handedness in Modern Japanese: A Cohort Effect Shown by Re-administration of the H.N. Handedness Inventory After 20 Years .

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