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Smith, W. (1998). Hemispheric and facial asymmetry: Faces of academe. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10, 663-667. [Abstract]

Selected papers

Limber, J. (1973). The genesis of complex sentences. In T. Moore (Ed.), Cognitive Development and the Acquisition of Language (pp. 169-186). New York: Academic Press.

Limber, J. (1976). Unravelling competence, performance, and pragmatics in the speech of young children. Journal of Child Language, 3, 309-318.

Limber, J. (1976). Syntax and sentence interpretation. In R. Wales & E. C. T. Walker (Eds.), New approaches to language mechanisms (pp. 151-181). Amsterdam: North Holland.

Limber, J. (1977). Language in child and chimp? American Psychologist, 32, 280-295 (Reprinted in Sebeok, T. & Sebeok, J. (Eds.) (1980). Speaking of Apes (pp.1197-1218). New York: Plenum Press.).

Limber, J. (1978). Goodbye Behaviorism! The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 535-536. (Comments on theory of mind, consciousness, and ape language ability.)

Limber, J. (1982). What can chimps tell us about the origins of language. In S. Kuczaj (Ed.), Language Development: Volume 2 (pp. 429-446). Hillsdale, NJ: L. E. Erlbaum

(was language invented? can conventions be unconscious? Would the "Baldwin effect" work for human language?).

Limber, J. (1996). Interspecies communication, consciousness, and the cognitive verb gap. Paper presented at the Toward a scientific consciousness II, Tucson, AZ.

Limber, J. (2000). Julian Jaynes' "Preposterous hypothesis". Paper presented at Cheiron conference, University of Southern Maine, June 27, 2000.

Limber, J. (2000). It's time to inhibit Pavlovian conditioning! Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 26-262.

Bell, K. E.. and Limber, J. (2004) Reading Skill and Text Marking in Introductory Psychology Courses. APS paper, May 29, 2004. (abstract)

Bell, K. E. & Limber, J. (2005) The Representation of H.M. in Introductory Psychology Textbooks: Implications for Student Understanding of Memory. MPA paper, May, 2005 (100k rtf file)

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Bell, K. E. & Limber, J. (2005) Reading skill and the effect of irrelevant text marking. APS paper, May 26.