BA, MA, PhD (Sydney), DSc (Macquarie), DLitt h.c. (Macquarie), AM, FASSA, FAA, FBA

Psychology
1988

Professor Max Coltheart is Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Science at Macquarie University, working in the Department of Cognitive Science and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Cognition and its Disorders at Macquarie University. His main interests are in computational modelling of normal and impaired language processing, research on learning to read and developmental dyslexia, and cognitive neuropsychiatry (especially delusions and misidentification syndromes). He is also a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and a corresponding Fellow of the British Academy.

1957 – 64: Undergraduate and postgraduate student, University of Sydney: B.A. (1961), M.A. (1962), Ph.D (1968).

1965 – 66: Lecturer, Psychology Department, University of Sydney.

1967 – 69: Lecturer then Senior Lecturer, Psychology Department, Monash University, Melbourne.

1969 – 72: Assistant then Associate Professor, Psychology Department, Waterloo University, Canada.

1972 – 75: Reader, Psychology Department, University of Reading.

1975 – 87: Professor, Psychology Department, Birkbeck College, University of London.

1981: Visiting Professor, Psychology Department, Emory University, U.S.A.

1986: Professore Contratto, University of Padua, Italy.

1987 – 2007: Professor of Psychology, Macquarie University (1992 – 97: Head, Department of Psychology)

1988-1994: Advisory Council of the International Association for the Study of Attention and Performance (Chair, 1992 – 94).

1991:President, Australian Cognitive Science Society.

2000 – 2009: Director, Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science

2001 – 2002: Research Affiliate, Philosophy Program, RSSS, Australian National University

2002 – 2006: Adjunct Professor, Philosophy Program, RSSS, Australian National University

2002 – 2007: Australian Research Council Federation Fellow

2004 – 2009: Academic Director, Childrens Hospital Education Research Institute (CHERI), The Childrens Hospital at Westmead.

2004 – 2009: James Packer Professor of Educational Research, The Childrens Hospital at Westmead.

2006 (Sept-Oct): Professore Contratto, Faculty of Cognitive Sciences, University of Trento, Italy.

2007 – 2009: Professor of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University.

2008-2009: President, Learning Difficulties Australia.

2010 – present:: Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University.

2011 (Sept-Oct): Inaugural Visiting Fellow, Center for Mind, Brain and Cognitive Evolution, Ruhr-University, Bochum, Germany.

2017-2020: Member, Council, Australian Academy of Science.

  • Academy Address, American Academy of Aphasia, 1982.
  • Association Lecturer, Attention and Performance, 1984.
  • President, Experimental Psychological Society (Great Britain), 1985-1987.
  • President’s Award, British Psychological Society, 1987.
  • Honorary Life Member, British Psychological Society, 1987.
  • Mary Law Lecturer, Action for Dysphasic Adults, 1987.
  • Elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of Australia, 1988.
  • McEachran Lecturer, University of Alberta, 1994.
  • President’s Invitation Lecturer, British Neuropsychological Society, 1994.
  • Australian Research Council Special Investigator Award, 1997-1999.
  • DSc (Macquarie University), 2001.
  • Elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, 2001.
  • Henry Gaze Award of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 2018: Best research paper on hypnosis {Coltheart M, Cox R, Sowman P, Morgan H, Barnier A, Langdon R, Connaughton E, Teichmann L, Williams N, Polito V. Belief, delusion, hypnosis, and the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Cortex, 2018 101, 234-248].
  • Foundation Australian Research Council Federation Fellow, 2002-2007.
  • Elected Corresponding Fellow, British Academy, 2002.
  • Australian Commonwealth Centenary Medal, 2003.
  • Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award, Australian Psychological Society, 2003.
  • Elizabeth Usher Lecturer, Speech Pathology Australia, 2004.
  • 33rd Bartlett Lecturer, Experimental Psychology Society (Great Britain), 2005.
  • Mona Tobias Award, Learning Difficulties Australia, 2007
  • CSIRO Eureka Prize for Scientific Leadership in Australia, 2007.
  • AM (Member, Order of Australia), 2010.
  • DLitt (honoris causa), Macquarie University, 2010
  • Henry Gaze Award of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 2013: Best research paper on hypnosis [Connors, M.H., Barnier, A.J., Coltheart, M., Cox. R.E. & Langdon, R. Mirrored-self misidentification in the hypnosis laboratory: Recreating the delusion from its component factors. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 2012, 17, 151-176]
  • Eminent Researcher Award, Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties, 2015.
  • Henry Gaze Award of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 2018: Best research paper on hypnosis {Coltheart M, Cox R, Sowman P, Morgan H, Barnier A, Langdon R, Connaughton E, Teichmann L, Williams N, Polito V. Belief, delusion, hypnosis, and the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Cortex, 2018 101, 234-248].
  • 1. Coltheart, M. (Ed.) (1972). Readings in Cognitive Psychology. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

    2. Coltheart, M., Patterson, K., and Marshall, J.C. (Eds.) (1980). Deep Dyslexia . London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Second edition 1987.

    3. Coltheart, M. (1981). British Books on Psychology. London: The British Council.

    4. Patterson, K.E., Marshall, J.C., and Coltheart, M. (Eds.) (1985). Surface Dyslexia: Cognitive and Neuropsychological Studies of Phonological Reading. Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    5. Harris, M., and Coltheart, M. (1986). Language Processing in Children and Adults.London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

    6. Coltheart, M., Sartori, G., and Job, R. (Eds.) (1987). The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Language. Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Republished 2013 in the Psychology Revivals series.

    7. Coltheart, M. (Ed.) (1987). The Psychology of Reading (Attention & Performance XII). Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    8. Kay, J., Lesser, R. and Coltheart, M. (1992). PALPA: Psycholinguistic Assessments of Language Processing in Aphasia. Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Spanish translation by Cuetos, Kay, Lesser, Coltheart and Valle published 1995.

    Dutch translation by Bastiaanse, Bosje, Kay, Lesser, Coltheart and Visch-Brink, published 1995.

    Hebrew adaptation by Gil, Edelstein, Kay, Lesser, and Coltheart published 2001.

    Portuguese translation by Castro, Calo and Gomes published 2007.

    9. Coltheart, M. (Ed.) (1996). Phonological Dyslexia. Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    10 Coltheart, M. (Ed.) (1998). Pure Alexia (Letter-by-Letter Reading). Hove: Psychology Press.

    11. Coltheart, M. and Davies, M. (Eds). (2000). Pathologies of Belief. Oxford: Blackwells.

    12. Jackson, N. and Coltheart, M. (2001). Routes to Reading Success and Failure. Hove: Psychology Press.

    13. Coltheart, M., and Caramazza, A. (Eds). (2006). Cognitive Neuropsychology Twenty Years On. Hove: Psychology Press.

    14. Finkbeiner, M., and Coltheart, M. (Eds). (2009). Letter Representation: From Perception to Representation. Hove: Psychology Press.

    Publications: articles and chapters.

    1. Blessing, W., Landauer, A.A., and Coltheart, M. (1967). The effect of false perspective cues on size and distance judgements: an examination of the invariance hypothesis. American Journal of Psychology, 80, 250-256.

    2. Coltheart, M., and Curthoys, I. (1968). The effect of a priori signal probability on response times and error rates in short-term recognition memory for pitch. Perception and Psychophysics, 4, 85-89.

    3. Coltheart, M., and Irvine, D. (1968). The slope of ROCS in the rat. Journal of Auditory Research, 8, 167-170.

    4. Coltheart, M., and von Sturmer, G.D. (1968). A serial effect in time estimation. Psychonomic Science, 10, 283-284.

    5. von Sturmer, G.D., Wong, T., and Coltheart, M. (1968). Distraction and time estimation. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 20, 380-384.

    6. Coltheart, M. (1969). The effects of two kinds of distance information upon visual judgments of absolute size. Nature, 221, 383.

    7. Cumming, G.D., and Coltheart, M. (1969). Short-term memory: are item and position information stored independently? Psychonomic Science, 15, 216-217.

    8. Coltheart, M. (1969). The influence of haptic size information upon visual judgments of absolute distance. Perception and Psychophysics, 5, 143-144.

    9. Wallace, G., Coltheart, M., and Forster, K.I. (1970). Reminiscence in recognition memory for faces. Psychonomic Science, 18, 335-336.

    10. Coltheart, M., and Geffen, G. (1970). Grammar and memory: phonological similarity and proactive interference. Cognitive Psychology, 1, 215-224.

    11. Coltheart, M. (1971). The effects of verbal size information upon visual judgments of absolute distance. Perception and Psychophysics, 9, 222-223.

    12. Coltheart, M. (1971). Visual feature-analysers and after-effects of tilt and curvature. Psychological Review, 78, 114-121.

    13. Coltheart, M., and Arthur, B. (1971). Visual hemifield differences in tachistoscopic performance with visual hemifield report. American Journal of Psychology, 84, 355-364.

    14. Merikle, P.M., Coltheart, M., and Lowe, D.G. (1971). On the selective effects of a patterned masking stimulus. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 25, 264-279.

    15. Merikle, P.M., Lowe, D.G., and Coltheart, M. (1971). Familiarity and method of report as determinants of tachistoscopic performance. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 25, 167-174.

    16. Coltheart, M. (1971). Is there lateral inhibition in the visual cortex? Nature, 231, 256.

    17. Coltheart, M., and Cooper, C. (1971). The retinal reference of the tilt after-effect. Perception and Psychophysics, 1972, 321-324.

    18. Coltheart, M., and Coltheart, V. (1972). On Rumelhart’s model of visual information processing. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 26, 292-295.

    19. Merikle, P.M., and Coltheart, M. (1972). Selective forward masking. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 26, 296-304.

    20. Coltheart, M. (1972). Visual information-processing. In Dodwell, P.C. (Ed.), New Horizons in Psychology, II. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books.

    21. Coltheart, M., and Arthur, B. (1972). Evidence for an interruption theory of visual masking. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 234, 252-269.

    22. Henderson, L., Coltheart, M., and Woodhouse, D. (1973). Failure to find a syllable effect in number naming. Memory and Cognition, 1, 304-306.

    23. Coltheart, M. (1973). Colour-specificity and monocularity in the visual cortex. Vision Research, 13, 2595-2598.

    24. Coltheart, M., and Glick, M.J. (1974). Visual imagery: a case study. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 25, 438-453.

    25. Cole, R.A., Coltheart, M. and Allard, F. (1974). Memory for a speaker’s voice: reaction time to same- or different-voiced letters. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 26, 1-7.

    26. Coltheart, M., and Freeman, R. (1974). Case alternation impairs word identification. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 3, 102-104.

    27. Coltheart, M., Lea, C.D., and Thompson, K. (1974). In defence of iconic memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 26, 633-641.

    28. Coltheart, M. (1975). Iconic memory: a reply to Professor Holding. Memory and Cognition, 3, 42-48.

    29. Coltheart, M., Hull, E., and Slater, D. (1975). Sex differences in imagery and reading. Nature, 253, 438-440.

    30. Davelaar, E., and Coltheart, M. (1975). Effects of interpolated non-words on the association effect in lexical decision tasks. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 6, 269-272.

    31. Besner, D., and Coltheart, M. (1975). Same-different judgments for words and non-words: the effects of relative size. Memory and Cognition, 3, 673-677.

    32. Blount, P., Holmes, J., Rodger, J., Coltheart, M., and McManus, C.I. (1975). On the ability to discriminate original from mirror-image reproductions of works or art.Perception, 4, 385-389.

    33. Coltheart, M. (1976). Contemporary models of the cognitive processes, I: Iconic storage and visual masking. In Hamilton, V., and Vernon, M.D. (Eds.), The Development of Cognitive Processes. London: Academic Press.

    34. Besner, D., and Coltheart, M. (1976). Mental size scaling re-examined. Memory and Cognition, 4, 525-531.

    35. Coltheart, M., Davelaar, E., Jonasson, J.T., and Besner, D. (1977). Access to the internal lexicon. In Dornic, S. (Ed.), Attention and Performance VI. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    36. Stirling, N. and Coltheart, M. (1977). Stroop interference in a letter-naming task. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 10, 31-34.

    37. Coltheart, M. (1977). Cognitive Psychology: Experimental Design. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. (An Open University Unit).

    38. Coltheart, M. (1977). Attention and schizophrenia. Gaceta Medica de Bilbao, 74, 577-582.

    39. Coltheart, M. (1978). Lexical access in simple reading tasks. In Underwood, G. (Ed.), Strategies of Information Processing. London: Academic Press.

    40. Davelaar, E., Coltheart, M., Besner, D., and Jonasson, J.T. (1978). Phonological recoding and lexical access. Memory and Cognition, 6, 391-402.

    41. Besner, D., and Coltheart, M.(1978). Reaction time and error rates in the effect of stimulus probability on character classification: an addendum. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 12, 85.

    42. Coltheart, M. (1979). The internal lexicon and its access during reading. In Sutcliffe, J.P. (Ed.), Conceptual Analysis and Method in Psychology. Sydney: University of Sydney Press.

    43. Coltheart, M. (1979). When can children learn to read, and when should they be taught? In Waller, T.G., and McKinnon, G.E. (Eds.), Reading Research: Advances in Theory and Practice, Volume 1. New York: Academic Press.

    44. Besner, D., and Coltheart, M. (1979). Ideographic and alphabetic processing in skilled reading in English. Neuropsychologia, 17, 467-472.

    45. Coltheart, M., Besner, D., Jonasson, J.T., and Davelaar, E. (1979). Phonological encoding in the lexical decision task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 31,489-507.

    46. Rusted, J., and Coltheart, M. (1979). Facilitation of children’s prose recall by the presence of pictures. Memory and Cognition, 7, 354-359.

    47. Coltheart, M. (1979). Critical duration and visibility persistence. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2, 258-259.

    48. Coltheart, M. (1979). Mysteries of reading in brain defects. New Scientist, 81, 368-370.

    49. Coltheart, M. (1980). Deep dyslexia: a review of the syndrome. In Coltheart, M., Patterson, K., and Marshall, J.C. (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

    50. Coltheart, M. (1980). Deep dyslexia: a right hemisphere hypothesis. In Coltheart, M., Patterson, K., and Marshall, J.C. (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

    51. Coltheart, M. (1980). Reading phonological recoding, and deep dyslexia. In Coltheart, M., Patterson, K., and Marshall, J.C. (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

    52. Coltheart, M. (1980). The semantic error: types and theories.In Coltheart, M., Patterson, K., and Marshall, J.C. (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

    53. Coltheart, M. (1980). Iconic memory and visible persistence. Perception and Psychophysics, 27, 183-228.

    54. Coltheart, M. (1980). Persistences of vision. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 290, 57-69.

    55. Doctor, E.A., and Coltheart, M. (1980). Phonological recoding in children’s reading for meaning. Memory and Cognition, 80, 195-209.

    56. Coltheart, M. (1981). Disorders of reading and their implications for models of normal reading. Visible Language, 15, 245-286.

    57. Coltheart, M. (1981). MRC Psycholinguistic Database. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 33A, 497-505.

    58. Coltheart, M. (1981). Right-hemisphere reading. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 67-68.

    59. Coltheart, M. (1982). The psycholinguistic analysis of acquired dyslexias: Some illustrations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B298, 151-164.

    60. Coltheart, M. (1981). Ecological necessity of iconic memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 6, 17-18.

    61. Coltheart, M. (1983). Aphasia therapy research: a single case study approach. In Code, C., and Muller, D.C. (Eds.), Aphasia Therapy. London: Edward Arnold.

    62. Coltheart, M., Byng, S., Masterson, J., Prior, M., and Riddoch, M.J. (1983). Surface dyslexia. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 35A, 469-495.

    63. Coltheart, M. (1983). Phonological awareness: a pre-school precursor of success in reading. Nature, 301, 370.

    64. Coltheart, M. (1983). Iconic memory. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B302, 283-294.

    65. Coltheart, M. (1983). The right hemisphere and disorders of reading. In Young, A. (Ed.), Functions of the Right Hemisphere. London: Academic Press, 1983 pp 173-201.

    66. Coltheart, M. (1984). Writing systems and reading disorders. In Henderson, L. (Ed.), Orthographies and Reading. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    67. Besner, D., Coltheart, M., and Davelaar, E. (1984). Basic processes in reading: computation of abstract letter identities. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 38, 126-134.

    68 Coltheart, M. (1984). Acquired dyslexias and normal reading. In Malatesha, R.N., and Whitaker, H.A. (Eds.), Dyslexia: A Global Issue. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff.

    69 Coltheart, M. Sensory memory. (1984). In Bouma, H., and Bouwhuis, D. (Eds.), Attention and Performance X. Hillsdale, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    70. Byng, S., Coltheart, M., Masterson, J., Riddoch, M.J. and Prior, M. (1984). Bilingual biscriptal deep dyslexia. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 36A, 417-434.

    71. Campbell, R., and Coltheart, M. (1984). Gandhi: the non-violent road to spelling reform? Cognition, 17, 185-192.

    72. Job, R., Sartori, G., Masterson, J., and Coltheart, M. (1984). Developmental surface dyslexia in Italian. In Malatesha, R.N., and Whitaker, H.A. (Eds.), Dyslexia: A Global Issue. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff.

    73. Coltheart, M. (1984). Theoretical analysis and practical assessment of reading disorders. In Cornoldi, C. (Ed.), Aspects of Reading and Dyslexia. Padua: Cleup.

    74. Coltheart, M. (1985). Right-hemisphere reading revisited. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8, 363-379.

    75. Masterson, J., Coltheart, M., and Meara, P. (1985). Surface dyslexia in a language without irregularly-spelled words. In Patterson, K.E., Marshall, J.C., and Coltheart, (Eds). Surface Dyslexia: Neuropsychological and Cognitive Studies of Phonological Reading.London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    76. Coltheart, M. Dyslexia. (1985). In Kuper, A., and Kuper, J. (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

    77. Coltheart, M. (1985). Cognitive neuropsychology and the study of reading. In Posner, M.I., and Marin, O.S.M. (Eds.), Attention and Performance XI. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    78. Coltheart, M. (1985) In defence of dual-route models of reading. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8, 709-710

    79. Byng, S., and Coltheart, M. (1986). Aphasia therapy research: methodological requirements and illustrative results. In Nilsson, I.G., and Hjelmquist, E. (Eds.), Communication and Handicap: Aspects of Psychological Compensation and Technical Aids. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing.

    80. Coltheart, M. (1986). New directions in aphasia therapy research. Proceedings of the 10th meeting of the Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment, Melbourne.

    81. Coltheart, M. (1986). Graphemics and visual word recognition. In Augst, G. (Ed.), International Research in Graphemics and Orthography. Berlin: de Gruyter.

    82. Coltheart, M. (1987). Functional architecture of the language-processing system. In Coltheart, M., Sartori, G., and Job, R. (Eds.), The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Language. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    83. Coltheart, M., and Funnell, E. (1987). Reading and writing: One lexicon or two? In Allport, D.A., MacKay, D.G., Prinz, W., and Scheerer, E. (Eds.), Language Perception and Production: Shared Mechanisms in Listening, Reading and Writing. London: Academic Press.

    84. Coltheart, M., Patterson, K.E. and Marshall, J.C. Deep dyslexia since 1980. In Coltheart, M., Patterson, K.E. and Marshall, J.C. (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1987 (second edition).

    85. Coltheart, M. (1987). Varieties of developmental dyslexia. Cognition, 27, 97-101.

    86. Black, M., Coltheart, M. and Byng, S. (1987). Forms of coding in sentence comprehension. In Coltheart, M. (Ed). The Psychology of Reading: Attention and Performance XII. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    87. Riddoch, M.J., Humphreys, G.W., Coltheart, M., and Funnell, E. (1988). Semantic systems or system? Neuropsychological evidence re-examined. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 5, 3-26.

    88. Stuart, M. and Coltheart, M. (1988). Does reading develop in a sequence of stages? Cognition, 30, 139-181.

    89. Coltheart, M. (1989). Cognition and its disorders. Science, 246, 827-828.

    90. Crisp, A.H., Levett, G., Davies, P., Rose, F.C. and Coltheart, M. (1989). Cerebral hemisphere function and migraine. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 23, 201-212.

    91. Coltheart, M. and Byng, S. (1989). A treatment for surface dyslexia. In Seron, X. (Ed.). Cognitive Approaches in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Ltd.

    92. Coltheart, M. (1989). Remarks on rehabilitation: restoration versus reorganization. Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment.

    93. Fox A.M., Michie, P.T. & Coltheart, M. (1989). ERP effects of temporal and spatial recall using verbal and visual stimuli. In C.H.M. Brunia, A.W.K. Gaillard & A. Kok (Eds.) Psychophysiological Brain Research, Tilburg University Press, Vol. 1.

    94. Coltheart, M. (1989). Cognitive neuropsychology and aphasia therapy. In Bennett, A. and McConkey, K. (Eds.). Cognition in Individual and Social Contexts. The Hague: North-Holland.

    95. Coltheart, M. (1989). Implicit memory and the functional architecture of cognition. In Lewandowsky, S., Dunn, J. and Kirsner, K. (Eds.): Implicit Memory: Theoretical Issues. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

    96. Michie, P.T. Siddle, D.A.T. & Coltheart, M. (1990). Stimulus selection, sensory memory and orienting. Commentary on R. Naatanen: The role of attention in auditory information processing as revealed by event- related potentials and other brain measures of cognitive function. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 13, 248-249.

    97. Coltheart, M. (1991). Cognitive psychology applied to the treatment of acquired language disorders. In Martin, P (ed): Handbook of Behaviour Therapy and Psychological Science: An Integrative Approach. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

    98. Coltheart, M. and Davies, M. (1992). Le concept de modularite a l’epreuve de la neuropsychologie. In Andler, D. (Ed.) Introduction aux Sciences Cognitives. Paris: Gallimard.

    99. Sartori, G., Job, R. and Coltheart, M. (1993). The neuropsychology of object knowledge. In Meyer, D.E. and Kornblum, S. (Eds) Attention and Performance XIV. Hillsdale, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum.

    100. Castles, A. and Coltheart, M. Varieties of developmental dyslexia. Cognition, 1993, 47, 149-180.

    101. Coltheart, M., Curtis, B. Atkins, P. and Haller, M. (1993). Models of reading aloud: Dual-route and parallel-distributed-processing approaches. Psychological Review, 100, 589-608.

    102. Coltheart, M. Bates, A. and Castles, A. (1994). Cognitive neuropsychology and rehabilitation. In Humphreys, G.W. and Riddoch, M.J. (eds): Cognitive Neuropsychology and Cognitive Rehabilitation. London: Lawrence Erlbaum.

    103. Sartori, G., Coltheart, M., Miozzo, M. and Job, R. (1994). Category specificity and informational specificity in neuropsychological impairment of semantic memory. In Umilta, C. and Moscovitch, M. (Eds): Attention and Performance XV. Cambridge, Mass: Bradford Books.

    104. Coltheart, M. and Rastle, K. (1994). Serial processing in reading aloud: Evidence for dual-route models of reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 20, 1197-1211.

    105. Coltheart, M. Treating reading difficulties caused by brain damage. (1994). In McConkey, K.M., Wilton, H., Barnier, A.J. and Bennett, A. (Eds.) Australian Psychology: Selected Applications and Initiatives. Australian Psychological Society.

    106. Fox, A.M., Michie, P.T., Coltheart, M. and Solowij, N. (1995). Memory functioning in social drinkers: A study of event-related potentials. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 30, 303-310.

    107. Weekes, B., and Coltheart, M. Surface dyslexia and surface dysgraphia: Treatment studies and their theoretical implications. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 13, 277 – 315

    108. Castles, A. and Coltheart, M. (1996). Cognitive correlates of developmental surface dyslexia: A single case study. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 13, 25-50.

    109. Coltheart, M., Langdon, R. and Haller, M. (1996). Computational cognitive neuropsychology and acquired dyslexia. In Dodd B, Worrall L and Campbell R (eds). Evaluating Theories of Language: Evidence from Disordered Communication. London: Whurr Publishers.

    110. Coltheart, M.(1996). Phonological dyslexia: Past and future issues. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 13, 749-762.

    111. Castles, A., Coltheart, M., Savage, G., Bates, A., and Reid, L. (1996). Morphological processing in acquired dyslexia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 13, 1041-1058

    112. Coltheart, M. and Leahy, J. (1996). Assessment of lexical and nonlexical reading abilities in children: Some normative data. Australian Journal of Psychology, 48, 136-140.

    113. Coltheart, M. (1996). Are dyslexics different? Dyslexia, 2, 79-81.

    114. Kay J. Lesser R. and Coltheart M. (1996). Psycholinguistic assessments of language processing in aphasia (PALPA) – an introduction. Aphasiology, 10, 159-180.

    115. Kay J. Lesser R. and Coltheart M. (1996). PALPA – the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Psycholinguistic assessments of language processing in aphasia – an introduction. Aphasiology, 10, 202-215.

    116 Coltheart, M. (1996). Computational modelling and cognitive psychology. Noetica, Issue 1. http://psych.psy.uq.oz.au/CogPsych/Noetica/OpenForum

    117 Coltheart, M. and Coltheart, V. (1997). Reading comprehension is not exclusively reliant upon phonological representation. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 14, 167-175.

    118. Langdon, R., Michie, P.T., Ward, P.B., McConaghy, N., Catts, S. and Coltheart, M. (1997). Defective self and/or other mentalizing in schizophrenia: A cognitive neuropsychological approach. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 2, 167-193.

    119 Coltheart, M., Langdon, R. and Breen, N. (1997). Misidentification syndromes and cognitive neuropsychiatry. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 1, 157-158

    120 Haslam, C., Coltheart, M. and Cook, M. (1997). Preserved category learning in amnesia. Neurocase, 3, 337-347.

    121. Weekes, B., Coltheart, M. and Gordon, E. (1997). Deep dyslexia and right-hemisphere reading – A regional cerebral blood flow study. Aphasiology, 11, 1139-1158.

    122 Coltheart, M. (1998). Seven questions about pure alexia (letter-by-letter reading). Cognitive Neuropsychology, 15, 1-6.

    123. Coltheart, M. and Jackson, N. (1998). Defining dyslexia. Child Psychology & Psychiatry Reviews, 3, 12-16.

    124. Pearce S., McDonald S. and Coltheart M. (1998). Interpreting ambiguous advertisements – the effect of frontal lobe damage. Brain & Cognition, 38, 150-164.

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