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    1. McNellis, MG; Blumstein, SE
      Self-organizing dynamics of lexical access in normals and aphasics

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Burton, MW; Small, SL; Blumstein, SE
      The role of segmentation in phonological processing: An fMRI investigation

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Blumstein, SE; Milberg, W; Brown, T; Hutchinson, A; Kurowski, K; Burton, MW
      The mapping from sound structure to the lexicon in aphasia: Evidence from rhyme and repetition priming

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    4. Blumstein, SE; Milberg, WP
      Neural systems and language processing: Toward a synthetic approach

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    5. Utman, JA; Blumstein, SE; Burton, MW
      Effects of subphonetic and syllable structure variation on word recognition

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    6. UTMAN JA; BLUMSTEIN SE; SULLIVAN K
      MAPPING FROM SOUND TO MEANING - REDUCED LEXICAL ACTIVATION IN BROCAS APHASICS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    7. BLUMSTEIN SE
      THE MAPPING FROM ACOUSTIC STRUCTURE TO THE PHONETIC CATEGORIES OF SPEECH - THE INVARIANCE PROBLEM - OPEN PEER COMMENTARY

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    8. MILBERG W; SULLIVAN KL; BLUMSTEIN SE
      SUMMATION OF SEMANTIC PRIMING EFFECTS IN APHASIA - DEFICITS IN THE INTEGRATION OF ACTIVATION ARE RELATED TO DISORDERS OF LANGUAGE

      Brain and language (Print)
    9. BLUMSTEIN SE
      PSYCHOLINGUISTIC APPROACHES TO APHASIA - FROM SOUND TO MEANING

      Brain and language (Print)
    10. BURTON MW; BLUMSTEIN SE; SMALL SL
      THE NEURAL BASIS OF PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING - THE ROLE OF SEGMENTATION

      Brain and language (Print)
    11. KUROWSKI KM; BLUMSTEIN SE; MATHISON H
      CONSONANT AND VOWEL PRODUCTION OF RIGHT-HEMISPHERE PATIENTS

      Brain and language (Print)
    12. BLUMSTEIN SE; BYMA G; KUROWSKI K; HOURIHAN J; BROWN T; HUTCHINSON A
      ONLINE PROCESSING OF FILLER-GAP CONSTRUCTIONS IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    13. BLUMSTEIN SE
      A PERSPECTIVE ON THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE

      Brain and language
    14. PIRELLO K; BLUMSTEIN SE; KUROWSKI K
      THE CHARACTERISTICS OF VOICING IN SYLLABLE-INITIAL FRICATIVES IN AMERICAN ENGLISH

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    15. MOONIS M; SWEARER JM; BLUMSTEIN SE; KUROWSKI K; LICHO R; KRAMER P; MITCHELL A; OSGOOD DL; DRACHMAN DA
      FOREIGN ACCENT SYNDROME FOLLOWING A CLOSED-HEAD INJURY - PERFUSION DEFICIT ON SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY WITH NORMAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    16. KUROWSKI KM; BLUMSTEIN SE; ALEXANDER M
      THE FOREIGN ACCENT SYNDROME - A RECONSIDERATION

      Brain and language
    17. MILBERG W; BLUMSTEIN SE; KATZ D; GERSHBERG F; BROWN T
      SEMANTIC FACILITATION IN APHASIA - EFFECTS OF TIME AND EXPECTANCY

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    18. BURTON MW; BLUMSTEIN SE
      LEXICAL EFFECTS ON PHONETIC CATEGORIZATION - THE ROLE OF STIMULUS NATURALNESS AND STIMULUS QUALITY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    19. BLUMSTEIN SE
      IMPAIRMENTS OF SPEECH PRODUCTION AND SPEECH-PERCEPTION IN APHASIA

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    20. BLUMSTEIN SE; BURTON M; BAUM S; WALDSTEIN R; KATZ D
      THE ROLE OF LEXICAL STATUS ON THE PHONETIC CATEGORIZATION OF SPEECH IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    21. UTMAN JA; BLUMSTEIN SE
      THE INFLUENCE OF LANGUAGE ON THE ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF PHONETIC FEATURES - A STUDY OF THE FEATURE [STRIDENT] IN EWE AND ENGLISH

      Phonetica
    22. ANDRUSKI JE; BLUMSTEIN SE; BURTON M
      THE EFFECT OF SUBPHONETIC DIFFERENCES ON LEXICAL ACCESS

      Cognition
    23. MAGEN HS; BLUMSTEIN SE
      EFFECTS OF SPEAKING RATE ON THE VOWEL LENGTH DISTINCTION IN KOREAN

      Journal of phonetics


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