Conrad Perry
Conrad Perry
School of Psychology, University of Adelaide
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DRC: a dual route cascaded model of visual word recognition and reading aloud.
M Coltheart, K Rastle, C Perry, R Langdon, J Ziegler
Psychological review 108 (1), 204, 2001
Nested incremental modeling in the development of computational theories: the CDP+ model of reading aloud.
C Perry, JC Ziegler, M Zorzi
Psychological review 114 (2), 273, 2007
Developmental dyslexia in different languages: Language-specific or universal?
JC Ziegler, C Perry, A Ma-Wyatt, D Ladner, G Schulte-Körne
Journal of experimental child psychology 86 (3), 169-193, 2003
Beyond single syllables: Large-scale modeling of reading aloud with the Connectionist Dual Process (CDP++) model
C Perry, JC Ziegler, M Zorzi
Cognitive psychology 61 (2), 106-151, 2010
Developmental dyslexia and the dual route model of reading: Simulating individual differences and subtypes
JC Ziegler, C Castel, C Pech-Georgel, F George, FX Alario, C Perry
Cognition 107 (1), 151-178, 2008
Identical words are read differently in different languages
JC Ziegler, C Perry, AM Jacobs, M Braun
Psychological science 12 (5), 379-384, 2001
Modelling reading development through phonological decoding and self-teaching: Implications for dyslexia
JC Ziegler, C Perry, M Zorzi
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
The DRC model of visual word recognition and reading aloud: An extension to German
JC Ziegler, C Perry, M Coltheart
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 12 (3), 413-430, 2000
The neural substrate of analogical reasoning: an fMRI study
Q Luo, C Perry, D Peng, Z Jin, D Xu, G Ding, S Xu
Cognitive Brain Research 17 (3), 527-534, 2003
No more problems in Coltheart's neighborhood: Resolving neighborhood conflicts in the lexical decision task
JC Ziegler, C Perry
Cognition 68 (2), B53-B62, 1998
Do current connectionist learning models account for reading development in different languages?
F Hutzler, JC Ziegler, C Perry, H Wimmer, M Zorzi
Cognition 91 (3), 273-296, 2004
Neural mechanisms underlying semantic and orthographic processing in Chinese–English bilinguals
G Ding, C Perry, D Peng, L Ma, D Li, S Xu, Q Luo, D Xu, J Yang
NeuroReport 14 (12), 1557-1562, 2003
Phonology matters: The phonological frequency effect in written Chinese
JC Ziegler, LH Tan, C Perry, M Montant
Psychological Science 11 (3), 234-238, 2000
Speed of lexical and nonlexical processing in French: The case of the regularity effect
JC Ziegler, C Perry, M Coltheart
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 10, 947-953, 2003
A position-sensitive Stroop effect: Further evidence for a left-to-right component in print-to-speech conversion
M Coltheart, A Woollams, S Kinoshita, C Perry
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 6, 456-463, 1999
Understanding dyslexia through personalized large-scale computational models
C Perry, M Zorzi, JC Ziegler
Psychological science 30 (3), 386-395, 2019
fMRI evidence for the automatic phonological activation of briefly presented words
D Peng, G Ding, C Perry, D Xu, Z Jin, Q Luo, L Zhang, Y Deng
Cognitive Brain Research 20 (2), 156-164, 2004
How predictable is spelling? Developing and testing metrics of phoneme-grapheme contingency
C Perry, JC Ziegler, M Coltheart
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 55 (3), 897-915, 2002
A computational and empirical investigation of graphemes in reading
C Perry, JC Ziegler, M Zorzi
Cognitive Science 37 (5), 800-828, 2013
Beyond the two-strategy model of skilled spelling: Effects of consistency, grain size, and orthographic redundancy
C Perry, JC Ziegler
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 57 (2), 325-356, 2004
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