Sereno S.C., & Rayner K. (2000). The when and where of reading in the brain. Brain and Cognition, 42, 78-81. Millenium Issue. pdf-icon

Sereno S.C., & Rayner K. (2003). Measuring word recognition in reading: Eye movements and event-related potentials. Trends in Cogntive Sciences, 7(11), 489-493. pdf-icon

Sereno S.C., Brewer C.C., & O'Donnell P.J. (2003). Context effects in word recognition: Evidence for early interactive processing. Psychological Science, 14(4), 328-333. pdf-icon

Sereno S.C., O'Donnell P.J., & Rayner K. (2006). Eye movements and lexical ambiguity resolution: Investigating the subordinate bias effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32(2), 335-350. pdf-icon

Miellet S., Sparrow L., & Sereno S.C. (2007). Word frequency and predictability effects in reading French: An evaluation of the E-Z Reader model. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14(4), 762-769. pdf-icon

Sereno S.C., & O’Donnell P.J. (2009). Participant and word gender in age of acquisition effects: The role of gender socialization. Sex Roles, 61, 510-518. pdf-icon

Sereno S.C., O’Donnell P.J., & Sereno M.E. (2009). Size matters: Bigger is faster. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(6), 1115-1122. pdf-icon

Hand, C.J., Miellet, S., O'Donnell, P.J., & Sereno, S.C. (2010). Word frequency and contextual predictability effects in reading: It depends where you're coming from. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 36(5), 1294-1313. pdf-icon

Scott G.G., O’Donnell P.J., Leuthold H., & Sereno S.C. (2009). Early emotion word processing: Evidence from event-related potentials. Biological Psychology, 80, 95-104. pdf-icon

Miellet S., O’Donnell P.J., & Sereno S.C. (2009). Parafoveal magnification: Visual acuity does not modulate the perceptual span in reading. Psychological Science, 20(6), 721-728. pdf-icon

Filik R., & Moxey, L.M. (2010). The on-line processing of written irony. Cognition, 116(3), 421-436. [expand abstract]

Yao B., & Scheepers C. (2011). Contextual modulation of reading rate for direct versus indirect speech quotationsCognition, 121(3), 447-453.