Louise Connell
Louise Connell
Professor, Lancaster University (Department of Psychology)
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Registered Replication Report: Strack, Martin, & Stepper (1988)
EJ Wagenmakers, T Beek, L Dijkhoff, QF Gronau, A Acosta, RB Adams Jr, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (6), 917-928, 2016
1772016
A taste of words: Linguistic context and perceptual simulation predict the modality of words
M Louwerse, L Connell
Cognitive science, 2011
1352011
Modality exclusivity norms for 423 object properties
D Lynott, L Connell
Behavior Research Methods 41 (2), 558-564, 2009
1352009
Strength of perceptual experience predicts word processing performance better than concreteness or imageability
L Connell, D Lynott
Cognition 125 (3), 452-465, 2012
1212012
Representing object colour in language comprehension
L Connell
Cognition 102 (3), 476-485, 2007
1202007
Replication of “Experiencing physical warmth promotes interpersonal warmth” by Williams and Bargh (2008)
D Lynott, KS Corker, J Wortman, L Connell, MB Donnellan, RE Lucas, ...
Social Psychology, 2014
832014
Modality exclusivity norms for 400 nouns: The relationship between perceptual experience and surface word form
D Lynott, L Connell
Behavior research methods 45 (2), 516-526, 2013
822013
A model of plausibility
L Connell, MT Keane
Cognitive science 30 (1), 95-120, 2006
762006
Embodied conceptual combination
D Lynott, L Connell
Frontiers in Psychology 1, 2010
642010
Look but don't touch: Tactile disadvantage in processing modality-specific words
L Connell, D Lynott
Cognition 115 (1), 1-9, 2010
572010
What plausibly affects plausibility? Concept coherence and distributional word coherence as factors influencing plausibility judgments
L Connell, MT Keane
Memory & cognition 32 (2), 185-197, 2004
542004
Principles of representation: Why you can't represent the same concept twice
L Connell, D Lynott
Topics in Cognitive Science 6 (3), 390-406, 2014
472014
I see/hear what you mean: Semantic activation in visual word recognition depends on perceptual attention.
L Connell, D Lynott
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (2), 527, 2014
422014
Is a bear white in the woods? Parallel representation of implied object color during language comprehension
L Connell, D Lynott
Psychonomic bulletin & review 16 (3), 573-577, 2009
422009
Space–time interdependence: Evidence against asymmetric mapping between time and space
ZG Cai, L Connell
Cognition 136, 268-281, 2015
392015
Do you see what I’m singing? Visuospatial movement biases pitch perception
L Connell, ZG Cai, J Holler
Brain and cognition 81 (1), 124-130, 2013
392013
Flexible and fast: Linguistic shortcut affects both shallow and deep conceptual processing
L Connell, D Lynott
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (3), 542-550, 2013
362013
Accent imitation positively affects language attitudes
P Adank, AJ Stewart, L Connell, J Wood
Frontiers in psychology 4, 280, 2013
342013
When does perception facilitate or interfere with conceptual processing? The effect of attentional modulation
L Connell, D Lynott
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 474, 2012
332012
Modality switching costs emerge in concept creation as well as retrieval
L Connell, D Lynott
Cognitive science, 2010
322010
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