Jelena Havelka
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Emotional activation in the first and second language
TM Eilola, J Havelka, D Sharma
Cognition and Emotion 21 (5), 1064-1076, 2007
Behavioural and physiological responses to the emotional and taboo Stroop tasks in native and non-native speakers of English
TM Eilola, J Havelka
International Journal of Bilingualism 15 (3), 353-369, 2011
Affective norms for 210 British English and Finnish nouns
TM Eilola, J Havelka
Behavior Research Methods 42 (1), 134-140, 2010
Living in history: How war, terrorism, and natural disaster affect the organization of autobiographical memory
NR Brown, PJ Lee, M Krslak, FG Conrad, T GB Hansen, J Havelka, ...
Psychological Science 20 (4), 399-405, 2009
Who am I? Autobiographical retrieval improves access to self-concepts
LA Charlesworth, RJ Allen, J Havelka, CJA Moulin
Memory 24 (8), 1033-1041, 2016
Age of acquisition in naming Japanese words
J Havelka, I Tomita
Visual Cognition 13 (7-8), 981-991, 2006
Universal patterns in color-emotion associations are further shaped by linguistic and geographic proximity
D Jonauskaite, A Abu-Akel, N Dael, D Oberfeld, AM Abdel-Khalek, ...
Psychological Science 31 (10), 1245-1260, 2020
Language representation and processing in fluent bilinguals: Electrophysiological evidence for asymmetric mapping in bilingual memory
SD Palmer, JC van Hooff, J Havelka
Neuropsychologia 48 (5), 1426-1437, 2010
Can distributed orthographic knowledge support word-specific long-term priming? Apparently so
JS Bowers, MF Damian, J Havelka
Journal of Memory and Language 46 (1), 24-38, 2002
Imagining the future: A cross-cultural perspective on possible selves
CJ Rathbone, S Salgado, M Akan, J Havelka, D Berntsen
Consciousness and Cognition 42, 113-124, 2016
A machine learning approach to quantify the specificity of colour–emotion associations and their cultural differences
D Jonauskaite, J Wicker, C Mohr, N Dael, J Havelka, ...
Royal Society Open Science 6 (9), 190741, 2019
The cross-script length effect: further evidence challenging PDP models of reading aloud.
K Rastle, J Havelka, TN Wydell, M Coltheart, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (1), 238, 2009
Visuospatial bootstrapping: Evidence for binding of verbal and spatial information in working memory
S Darling, J Havelka
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (2), 239-245, 2010
Visuospatial bootstrapping: When visuospatial and verbal memory work together
S Darling, RJ Allen, J Havelka
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (1), 3-9, 2017
Visuospatial bootstrapping: Long-term memory representations are necessary for implicit binding of verbal and visuospatial working memory
S Darling, RJ Allen, J Havelka, A Campbell, E Rattray
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 19 (2), 258-263, 2012
The assembly of phonology from print is serial and subject to strategic control: evidence from serbian.
J Havelka, K Rastle
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (1), 148, 2005
Modality specificity and integration in working memory: Insights from visuospatial bootstrapping.
RJ Allen, J Havelka, T Falcon, S Evans, S Darling
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (3), 820, 2015
The sun is no fun without rain: Physical environments affect how we feel about yellow across 55 countries
D Jonauskaite, AM Abdel-Khalek, A Abu-Akel, AS Al-Rasheed, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 66, 101350, 2019
Visuospatial bootstrapping: Implicit binding of verbal working memory to visuospatial representations in children and adults
S Darling, MJ Parker, KE Goodall, J Havelka, RJ Allen
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 119, 112-119, 2014
The ontogeny of visual–motor memory and its importance in handwriting and reading: a developing construct
AH Waterman, J Havelka, PR Culmer, LJB Hill, M Mon-Williams
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1798), 20140896, 2015
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