Ron Borowsky
Ron Borowsky
Professor (Cognitive Neuroscience) University of Saskatchewan
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Semantic ambiguity effects in word identification.
R Borowsky, MEJ Masson
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 22 (1), 63, 1996
Visual word recognition: a multistage activation model.
R Borowsky, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 19 (4), 813, 1993
Neuro-physiological adaptations associated with cross-education of strength
JP Farthing, R Borowsky, PD Chilibeck, G Binsted, GE Sarty
Brain topography 20 (2), 77-88, 2007
FMRI of ventral and dorsal processing streams in basic reading processes: insular sensitivity to phonology
R Borowsky, J Cummine, WJ Owen, CK Friesen, F Shih, GE Sarty
Brain topography 18 (4), 233-239, 2006
Neural representations of visual words and objects: a functional MRI study on the modularity of reading and object processing
R Borowsky, C Esopenko, J Cummine, GE Sarty
Brain topography 20 (2), 89-96, 2007
Changes in functional magnetic resonance imaging cortical activation with cross education to an immobilized limb
JP Farthing, JR Krentz, CR Magnus, TS Barss, JL Lanovaz, J Cummine, ...
Med Sci Sports Exerc 43 (8), 1394-1405, 2011
Parallel distributed processing and lexical-semantic effects in visual word recognition: Are a few stages necessary?
R Borowsky, D Besner
Psychological Review 113 (1), 181, 2006
FMRI of two measures of phonological processing in visual word recognition: ecological validity matters
WJ Owen, R Borowsky, GE Sarty
Brain and language 90 (1-3), 40-46, 2004
Process dissociation of sight vocabulary and phonetic decoding in reading: A new perspective on surface and phonological dyslexias
P McDougall, R Borowsky, GE MacKinnon, S Hymel
Brain and Language 92 (2), 185-203, 2005
Visual word recognition across orthographies: On the interaction between context and degradation.
R Borowsky, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 17 (2), 272, 1991
Modularity and intersection of “what”,“where” and “how” processing of visual stimuli: a new method of FMRI localization
R Borowsky, J Loehr, C Kelland Friesen, G Kraushaar, A Kingstone, ...
Brain Topography 18 (2), 67-75, 2005
Diagnostics of phonological lexical processing: Pseudohomophone naming advantages, disadvantages, and base-word frequency effects
R Borowsky, WJ Owen, MEJ Masson
Memory & Cognition 30 (6), 969-987, 2002
Manipulating instructions strategically affects reliance on the ventral-lexical reading stream: converging evidence from neuroimaging and reaction time
J Cummine, L Gould, C Zhou, S Hrybouski, Z Siddiqi, B Chouinard, ...
Brain and language 125 (2), 203-214, 2013
What does rapid automatized naming measure? A new RAN task compared to naming and lexical decision
TL Wile, R Borowsky
Brain and language 90 (1-3), 47-62, 2004
More than meets the eye: Context effects in word identification
MEJ Masson, R Borowsky
Memory & Cognition 26 (6), 1245-1269, 1998
A social neuroscience perspective on physical activity
PA Hall, LJ Elias, GT Fong, AH Harrison, R Borowsky, GE Sarty
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (4), 432-449, 2008
Investigating the ventral-lexical, dorsal-sublexical model of basic reading processes using diffusion tensor imaging
J Cummine, W Dai, R Borowsky, L Gould, C Rollans, C Boliek
Brain Structure and Function 220 (1), 445-455, 2015
Unsettling questions about semantic ambiguity in connectionist models: Comment on Joordens and Besner (1994).
MEJ Masson, R Borowsky
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition 21 (2), 509, 1995
Neuroimaging of language processes: fMRI of silent and overt lexical processing and the promise of multiple process imaging in single brain studies
R Borowsky, WJ Owen, TL Wile, CK Friesen, JL Martin, GE Sarty
Reading speech and hearing print: Constraining models of visual word recognition by exploring connections with speech perception.
R Borowsky, WJ Owen, N Fonos
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 1999
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