D. G. Johnson

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Recognition and interference of a nontarget language (Russian) during production in a target language (English) were tested in Russian-English bilinguals using eye movements and picture naming. In Experiment 1, Russian words drew more eye movements and delayed English naming to a greater extent than control nonwords and English translation equivalents. In(More)
The similarity of documents in a large database of published Fractals articles was examined for redundancy. Three different text matching techniques were used on published Abstracts to identify redundancy candidates, and predictions were verified by reading full text versions of the redundancy candidate articles. A small fraction of the total articles in(More)
Most literary allusion, the deliberate evocation by one text of a passage in another, is based upon text reuse. Yet most instances of textual similarity are not meaningful literary allusions. The goal of the Tesserae project (http://tesserae.caset.buffalo.edu) is to automatically detect allusion in a corpus of literary texts, primarily Classical Latin(More)
(2007). Age-of-acquisition effects in the development of a bilingual advantage for word learning. 1. Bilingual advantage in cognitive processing Recent work examining interactions between linguistic experience and cognition suggests that bilingualism can positively influence some aspects of cognitive processing (e. Bialystok et al. localize the positive(More)
The aim of a business statistics course should be to help students think statistically and to interpret and understand data, rather than to focus on mathematical detail and computation. To achieve this students must be thoroughly involved in the learning process, and encouraged to discover for themselves the meaning, importance and relevance of statistical(More)