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Margriet Anna Groen
Margriet Anna Groen
Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Lancaster University
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Qualitative differences between conscious and nonconscious processing? On inverse priming induced by masked arrows.
P Jaśkowski, A Aydemir, RHJ van der Lubbe, M Groen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 133 (4), 494, 2004
1622004
Does cerebral lateralization develop? A study using functional transcranial Doppler ultrasound assessing lateralization for language production and visuospatial memory
MA Groen, AJO Whitehouse, NA Badcock, DVM Bishop
Brain and behavior 2 (3), 256-269, 2012
1222012
What oral text reading fluency can reveal about reading comprehension
NJ Veenendaal, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
Journal of Research in Reading 38 (3), 213-225, 2015
1152015
How working memory relates to children’s reading comprehension: the importance of domain-specificity in storage and processing
S Nouwens, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
Reading and writing 30 (1), 105-120, 2017
1022017
A case of exceptional reading accuracy in a child with Down syndrome: Underlying skills and the relation to reading comprehension
MA Groen, G Laws, K Nation, DVM Bishop
Cognitive Neuropsychology 23 (8), 1190-1214, 2006
882006
The role of speech prosody and text reading prosody in children's reading comprehension
NJ Veenendaal, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
British Journal of Educational Psychology 84 (4), 521-536, 2014
842014
How storage and executive functions contribute to children's reading comprehension
S Nouwens, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
Learning and Individual Differences 47, 96-102, 2016
792016
The contribution of executive functions to narrative writing in fourth grade children
E Drijbooms, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
Reading and Writing 28 (7), 989-1011, 2015
742015
Associations between handedness and cerebral lateralisation for language: a comparison of three measures in children
MA Groen, AJO Whitehouse, NA Badcock, DVM Bishop
PLoS One 8 (5), e64876, 2013
672013
How executive functions predict development in syntactic complexity of narrative writing in the upper elementary grades
E Drijbooms, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
Reading and Writing 30 (1), 209-231, 2017
532017
The role of prosody in reading comprehension: Evidence from poor comprehenders
MA Groen, NJ Veenendaal, L Verhoeven
Journal of Research in Reading 42 (1), 37-57, 2019
472019
Everything in moderation: ICT and reading performance of Dutch 15-year-olds
J Gubbels, NM Swart, MA Groen
Large-scale Assessments in Education 8 (1), 1-17, 2020
442020
Reliability of a novel paradigm for determining hemispheric lateralization of visuospatial function
AJO Whitehouse, N Badcock, MA Groen, DVM Bishop
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 15 (6), 1028-1032, 2009
442009
No population bias to left-hemisphere language in 4-year-olds with language impairment
DVM Bishop, G Holt, AJO Whitehouse, M Groen
PeerJ 2, e507, 2014
372014
Weak hand preference in children with Down syndrome is associated with language deficits
MA Groen, I Yasin, G Laws, JG Barry, DVM Bishop
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2008
352008
How executive functions contribute to reading comprehension
S Nouwens, MA Groen, T Kleemans, L Verhoeven
British Journal of Educational Psychology 91 (1), 169-192, 2021
332021
Bidirectional relations between text reading prosody and reading comprehension in the upper primary school grades: A longitudinal perspective
NJ Veenendaal, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
Scientific Studies of Reading 20 (3), 189-202, 2016
322016
The contribution of segmental and suprasegmental phonology to reading comprehension
NJ Veenendaal, MA Groen, L Verhoeven
Reading research quarterly 51 (1), 55-66, 2016
322016
A general audiovisual temporal processing deficit in adult readers with dyslexia
AA Francisco, A Jesse, MA Groen, JM McQueen
Journal of speech, language, and hearing research 60 (1), 144-158, 2017
312017
Lateralisation of auditory processing in Down syndrome: A study of T-complex peaks Ta and Tb
MA Groen, P Alku, DVM Bishop
Biological psychology 79 (2), 148-157, 2008
302008
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