JAOYSA Award Winners

2020 – Reese Butterfuss: “Revising misconceptions with multiple documents”

2019 – Brianna L. Yamasaki: “Modeling individual differences in second-language reading skill using language experience, executive attention, and cross-linguistic interactions”

2018 – Shelley Feuer: “Gaze patterns and the self-view window in video mediated survey interviews”

2017 – Karyn Higgs: “Does cueing affect cross-text integration processing and memory?”

2016 – Juliane Richter: “Signaling text-picture relations in multimedia learning: The influence of prior knowledge”

2015 – Angela Nyhout: “Stepping into narrative worlds: Children’s construction of spatial situation models of narratives”

2014 – Stephen Briner: “Hemispheric processing of high and low ambiguity idioms”

2013 – Emily R. Smith: “Enhancing memory access for less-skilled readers”

2012 – Jesse R. Sparks: “Improving multiple-text comprehension by evaluating source information”

2011 – Mike Mensink: “Irresistably alluring: The influence of prereading instructions on attention and memory for scientific seductive text”

2010 – Jennifer J. Stiegler: “Comprehension of protagonists’ goals and intentions: The dynamic relation between reading skill and text characteristics”

2009 – Michelle Levine: “Copresence in collaborative music-making”

2008 – Patrick Jeuniaux: “The impact of feedback and context difficulty on language acquisition”

2007 – Heather Ferguson: “Counterfactual context effects: From eye-movements to Neuroscience”

2006 – Heather H. Mitchell: “The timecourse of comprehending jokes”

2005 – Not awarded

2004 – Amelie Teisserenc: “Situation models construction and integration: A working memory capacity study”

2003 – Sabine Gueraud: “Mechanisms of reactivation and integration in the resonance model: Some new evidence”

2002 – David Rapp: “Readers’ reality- and plot-based expectations in narrative comprehension”

2001 – Max Louwerse: Cohesion in the coherence process: Evidence for the specification hypothesis

2000 – Steve Frisson: “Processing figurative language in the underspecification model”

1999 – David Roberston: “Functional neuroanatomy of narrative comprehension with and without words”

1998 – Herb Colston: “An evaluation of conceptual metaphor via extra-linguistic paradigms: Evidence from category accessibility and reading inferences”

1997 – Marie-Pilar Quintana: “Causal strength criteria and network mental

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