Newly published papers from the lab

We've had a run of good luck recently with publishing. Be on the lookout for the following journal articles:

1.     Binney RJ, *Zuckerman B, & Reilly J (2016). A neuropsychological perspective on abstract word representation: From theory to treatment of acquired language disorders. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports.

2.     Hung J, Edmonds LM, & Reilly J (2016). Words speak louder than pictures for action concepts: An eyetracking investigation of the picture superiority effect in semantic categorization. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience.

3.     Reilly J, *Garcia A, & Binney R (2016). Does the sound of a barking dog activate its corresponding visual form? An fmri investigation of modality-specific semantic access. Brain and Language.

4.     Reilly J, Peelle JE, Garcia A, & Crutch SJ (2016). Linking somatic and symbolic representation in semantic memory: The Dynamic Multilevel Reactivation Framework.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.

5.     Reilly J, *Hung J, & Westbury C (2016). Non-arbitrariness in mapping word form to word meaning: Listener sensitivity to formal markers of word concreteness across seven natural languages. Cognitive Science. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12361.

6.     Primativo S, Reilly J, & Crutch SJ (2016). Abstract conceptual feature ratings predict gaze within written word arrays: evidence from a visual wor(l)d paradigm. Cognitive Science. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12348