Kenny Coventry
Kenny Coventry
Professor of Psychology, Head, School of Psychology, University of East Anglia, UK
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TitleCited byYear
Saying, seeing and acting: The psychological semantics of spatial prepositions
KR Coventry, SC Garrod
Psychology Press, 2004
4492004
Sensation seeking, gambling and gambling addictions
KR Coventry, RIF Brown
Addiction 88 (4), 541-554, 1993
2321993
The interplay between geometry and function in the comprehension of over, under, above, and below
KR Coventry, M Prat-Sala, L Richards
Journal of memory and language 44 (3), 376-398, 2001
1632001
Physiological arousal and sensation‐seeking in female fruit machine gamblers
KR Coventry, B Constable
Addiction 94 (3), 425-430, 1999
1501999
Arousal, sensation seeking and frequency of gambling in off‐course horse racing bettors
KR Coventry, AC Norman
British Journal of Psychology 88 (4), 671-681, 1997
1301997
Spatial prepositions, object-specific function, and task requirements
KR Coventry, R Carmichael, SC Garrod
Journal of Semantics 11 (4), 289-309, 1994
1211994
Gender differences, physiological arousal and the role of winning in fruit machine gamblers
KR Coventry, J Hudson
Addiction 96 (6), 871-879, 2001
942001
Arousal, erroneous verbalizations and the illusion of control during a computer‐generated gambling task
KR Coventry, AC Norman
British Journal of Psychology 89 (4), 629-645, 1998
891998
Spatial prepositions, functional relations and lexical specification
K Coventry
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1998
841998
Spatial language, visual attention, and perceptual simulation
KR Coventry, D Lynott, A Cangelosi, L Monrouxe, D Joyce, ...
Brain and language 112 (3), 202-213, 2010
712010
Language within your reach: Near–far perceptual space and spatial demonstratives
KR Coventry, B Valdés, A Castillo, P Guijarro-Fuentes
Cognition 108 (3), 889-895, 2008
662008
Predictive eye movements are driven by goals, not by the mirror neuron system
R Eshuis, KR Coventry, M Vulchanova
Psychological Science 20 (4), 438-440, 2009
652009
A dual-process approach to behavioral addiction: the case of gambling
J Evans, K Coventry
Handbook of implicit cognition and addiction, 29-43, 2006
572006
Spatial prepositions and vague quantifiers: Implementing the functional geometric framework
KR Coventry, A Cangelosi, R Rajapakse, A Bacon, S Newstead, D Joyce, ...
International Conference on Spatial Cognition, 98-110, 2004
532004
Mood state and gambling: Using mobile telephones to track emotions
P Gee, KR Coventry, D Birkenhead
British Journal of Psychology 96 (1), 53-66, 2005
512005
Basic colour terms in Modern Greek: Twelve terms including two blues
K Coventry, C Mitsakis, I Davies, JL Jover, A Androulaki, ...
Journal of Greek Linguistics 7 (1), 3-47, 2006
492006
Function, geometry and spatial prepositions: Three experiments
KR Coventry
Spatial Cognition and Computation 1 (2), 145-154, 1999
471999
Allocentric-heading recall and its relation to self-reported sense-of-direction.
MJ Sholl, RJ Kenny, KA DellaPorta
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (3), 516, 2006
462006
Spatial demonstratives and perceptual space: Describing and remembering object location
KR Coventry, D Griffiths, CJ Hamilton
Cognitive Psychology 69, 46-70, 2014
412014
Object-specific function, geometry, and the comprehension of in and on
KR Coventry, M Prat-Sala
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 13 (4), 509-528, 2001
402001
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