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Applied utility and the auto-ethnographic short story: persuasions for, and illustrations of, writing critical social science (2011)
Journal Article
Gilbourne, D., Jones, R., & Jordan, S. (2014). Applied utility and the auto-ethnographic short story: persuasions for, and illustrations of, writing critical social science. Sport, Education and Society, 19(1), doi:10.1080/13573322.2011.632405

In some quarters it is argued that, narrative researchers might be classified as being either storyanalysts or storytellers. They go on to suggest that one feature of storytellers is that they undertake a form of analysis as the process of writing un... Read More

Electrophysiological measures of conflict detection and resolution in the Stroop task (2011)
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Coderre, E. L., Conklin, K., & van Heuven, W. J. (2011). Electrophysiological measures of conflict detection and resolution in the Stroop task. Brain Research, 1413, doi:10.1016/j.brainres.2011.07.017

Conflict detection and resolution is crucial in a cognitive task like the Stroop task. Previous studies have identified an early negativity component (Ninc) as a prominent marker of Stroop conflict in event-related potentials (ERPs). However, to what... Read More

Seeing a phrase “time and again” matters: the role of phrasal frequency in the processing of multiword sequences (2011)
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Siyanova-Chanturia, A., Conklin, K., & van Heuven, W. J. (2011). Seeing a phrase “time and again” matters: the role of phrasal frequency in the processing of multiword sequences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37(3), doi:10.1037/a0022531

Are speakers sensitive to the frequency with which phrases occur in language. The authors report an eye-tracking study that investigates this by examining the processing of multiword sequences that differ in phrasal frequency by native and proficient... Read More

Adding more fuel to the fire: an eye-tracking study of idiom processing by native and non-native speaker (2011)
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Siyanova-Chanturia, A., Conklin, K., & Schmitt, N. (2011). Adding more fuel to the fire: an eye-tracking study of idiom processing by native and non-native speaker. Second Language Research, 27(2), doi:10.1177/0267658310382068

Using eye-tracking, we investigate on-line processing of idioms in a biasing story context by native and non-native speakers of English. The stimuli are idioms used figuratively (at the end of the day – ‘eventually’), literally (at the end of the day... Read More

Exploring transformative learning opportunities as part of the delivery of a video-based intervention (2011)
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Collins, L. C., & James, D. M. (2011). Exploring transformative learning opportunities as part of the delivery of a video-based intervention. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 8(2), doi:10.1558/japl.v8i2.209

A teacher of the deaf reported a change in perspective following her involvement as a participant in a therapeutic intervention known as video interaction guidance (VIG). We applied a model of transformative learning to validate this report and to e... Read More

Fast automatic translation and morphological decomposition in Chinese- English bilinguals (2011)
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Zhang, T., van Heuven, W. J., & Conklin, K. (2011). Fast automatic translation and morphological decomposition in Chinese- English bilinguals. Psychological Science, 22(10), doi:10.1177/0956797611421492

In this study, we investigated automatic translation from English to Chinese and subsequent morphological decomposition of translated Chinese compounds. In two lexical decision tasks, Chinese-English bilinguals responded to English target words that... Read More

The first collected “Shakespeare Apocrypha” (2011)
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Kirwan, P. (2011). The first collected “Shakespeare Apocrypha”. Shakespeare Quarterly, 62(4), doi:10.1353/shq.2011.0077

The anonymous plays Mucedorus, The Merry Devil of Edmonton, and Fair Em derive their spurious attribution to Shakespeare from a volume entitled "Shakespeare Vol. 1" that once belonged to David Garrick. Despite its significance, this volume has not be... Read More

A case for corpus stylistics: Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale (2011)
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Mahlberg, M., & McIntyre, D. (2011). A case for corpus stylistics: Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale. English Text Construction, 4(2), doi:10.1075/etc.4.2.03mah

In this article we investigate keywords and key semantic domains in Fleming’s Casino Royale. We identify groups of keywords that describe elements of the fictional world such as characters and settings as well as thematic signals. The keyword groups... Read More