Kemény Ferenc
Kemény Ferenc
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Impaired procedural learning in language impairment: Results from probabilistic categorization
F Kemény, Á Lukács
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32 (3), 249-258, 2010
Executive functions and the contribution of short-term memory span in children with specific language impairment.
Á Lukács, E Ladányi, F Kemény
Neuropsychology 30 (3), 296, 2016
Development of different forms of skill learning throughout the lifespan
Á Lukács, F Kemény
Cognitive Science 39 (2), 383-404, 2015
Domain-general sequence learning deficit in specific language impairment.
A Lukács, F Kemény
Neuropsychology 28 (3), 472, 2014
Visual attention span performance in German-speaking children with differential reading and spelling profiles: No evidence of group differences
C Banfi, F Kemény, M Gangl, G Schulte-Körne, K Moll, K Landerl
PLoS One 13 (6), e0198903, 2018
Learning and overnight retention in declarative memory in specific language impairment
Á Lukács, F Kemény, JAG Lum, MT Ullman
PloS one 12 (1), e0169474, 2017
A nyelv idegrendszeri reprezentációja
Á Lukács, F Kemény, E Ladányi, G Csifcsák, C Pléh
Akadémiai Kiadó, 2014
Visuo-spatial cueing in children with differential reading and spelling profiles
C Banfi, F Kemény, M Gangl, G Schulte-Körne, K Moll, K Landerl
PLoS One 12 (7), e0180358, 2017
Print-, sublexical and lexical processing in children with reading and/or spelling deficits: an ERP study
F Kemény, C Banfi, M Gangl, CM Perchtold, I Papousek, K Moll, K Landerl
International Journal of Psychophysiology 130, 53-62, 2018
Self-insight in probabilistic category learning
F Kemény, A Lukács
The Journal of general psychology 140 (1), 57-81, 2013
Multimodal sequence learning
F Kemény, B Meier
Acta psychologica 164, 27-33, 2016
The effect of deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus on executive functions: impaired verbal fluency and intact updating, planning and conflict resolution in …
G Demeter, I Valálik, P Pajkossy, Á Szőllősi, Á Lukács, F Kemény, ...
Neuroscience Letters 647, 72-77, 2017
Perceptual effect on motor learning in the serial reaction-time task
F Kemény, Á Lukács
The Journal of general psychology 138 (2), 110-126, 2011
Language effects in early development of number writing and reading
A Steiner, S Finke, FJ Clayton, C Banfi, F Kemény, SM Göbel, K Landerl
Journal of Numerical Cognition 7 (3), 368-387, 2021
The learning value of game design activities: Association between computational thinking and cognitive skills
B Spieler, F Kemény, K Landerl, B Binder, W Slany
Proceedings of the 15th workshop on primary and secondary computing …, 2020
Stimulus dependence in probabilistic category learning
F Kemény, A Lukács
Acta Psychologica 143 (1), 58-64, 2013
Twenty-four or four-and-twenty: Language modulates cross-modal matching for multidigit numbers in children and adults
AF Steiner, C Banfi, S Finke, F Kemény, FJ Clayton, SM Göbel, K Landerl
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 202, 104970, 2021
Sleep-independent off-line enhancement and time of the day effects in three forms of skill learning
F Kemény, Á Lukács
Cognitive processing 17, 163-174, 2016
The effects of feature analysis, transparency in probabilistic category learning in adults and children
F Kemény, A Lukács
Learning & Perception 1 (2), 199-213, 2009
The role of statistical learning and verbal short-term memory in impaired and typical lexical development
F Kemény, Á Lukács
Frontiers in Communication 6, 700452, 2021
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