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    1. Christiansen, MH; Chater, N
      Connectionist psycholinguistics: capturing the empirical data

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    2. Hustad, KC; Beukelman, DR
      Effects of linguistic cues and stimulus cohesion on intelligibility of severely dysarthric speech

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Hayashi, R; Imaizumi, S; Mori, K; Niimi, S; Ueno, S; Kiritani, S
      Elicitation of N400m in sentence comprehension due to lexical prosody incongruity

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

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Soto-Faraco, S; Sebastian-Galles, N; Cutler, A
      Segmental and suprasegmental mismatch in lexical access

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    6. Garlock, VM; Walley, AC; Metsala, JL
      Age-of-acquisition, word frequency, and neighborhood density effects on spoken word recognition by children and adults

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    7. Content, A; Kearns, RK; Frauenfelder, UH
      Boundaries versus onsets in syllabic segmentation

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    8. Wurm, LH; Ross, SE
      Conditional root uniqueness points: Psychological validity and perceptual consequences

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    9. McQueen, JM; Otake, T; Cutler, A
      Rhythmic cues and possible-word constraints in Japanese speech segmentation

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    10. Gow, DW
      Assimilation and anticipation in continuous spoken word recognition

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    11. Bailey, TM; Hahn, U
      Determinants of wordlikeness: Phonotactics or lexical neighborhoods?

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    12. Gaskell, MG; Marslen-Wilson, WD
      Lexical ambiguity resolution and spoken word recognition: Bridging the gap

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    13. Wurm, LH; Vakoch, DA; Strasser, MR; Calin-Jageman, R; Ross, SE
      Speech perception and vocal expression of emotion

      COGNITION & EMOTION
    14. Bates, E
      Tailoring the Emperor's new clothes

      APHASIOLOGY
    15. Lachs, L; Pisoni, DB; Kirk, KI
      Use of audiovisual information in speech perception by prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants: A first report

      EAR AND HEARING
    16. Dirks, DD; Takayanagi, S; Moshfegh, A; Noffsinger, PD; Fausti, SA
      Examination of the neighbor-hood activation theory in normal and hearing-impaired listeners

      EAR AND HEARING
    17. Dahan, D; Magnuson, JS; Tanenhaus, MK; Hogan, EM
      Subcategorical mismatches and the time course of lexical access: Evidence for lexical competition

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    18. Coenen, E; Zwitserlood, P; Bolte, J
      Variation and assimilation in German: Consequences for lexical access and representation

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    19. Norris, D; McQueen, JM; Cutler, A; Butterfield, S; Kearns, R
      Language-universal constraints on speech segmentation

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    20. Ventura, P; Kolinsky, R; Brito-Mendes, C; Morais, J
      Mental representations of the syllable internal structure are influenced by orthography

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    21. Bates, E; Marangolo, P; Pizzamiglio, L; Dick, F
      Linguistic and nonlinguistic priming in aphasia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    22. van der Lugt, AH
      The use of sequential probabilities in the segmentation of speech

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    23. Barcroft, J
      Acoustic variation and lexical acquisition

      LANGUAGE LEARNING
    24. Cutler, A; Van Donselaar, W
      Voornaam is not (really) a homophone: Lexical prosody and lexical access in Dutch

      LANGUAGE AND SPEECH
    25. Chiappe, P; Chiappe, DL; Siegel, LS
      Speech perception, lexicality, and reading skill

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Dahan, D; Magnuson, JS; Tanenhaus, MK
      Time course of frequency effects in spoken-word recognition: Evidence fromeye movements

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    27. Altmann, GTM
      The language machine: Psycholinguistics in review

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    28. Newman, RS; Clouse, SA; Burnham, JL
      The perceptual consequences of within-talker variability in fricative production

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    29. Halle, PA; Chereau, C; Segui, J
      Where is the vertical bar b vertical bar in "absurde" [apsyrd]? It is in French listeners' minds

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    30. Slowiaczek, LM; McQueen, JM; Soltano, EG; Lynch, M
      Phonological representations in prelexical speech processing: Evidence from form-based priming

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    31. Dahan, D; Swingley, D; Tanenhaus, MK; Magnuson, JS
      Linguistic gender and spoken-word recognition in French

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    32. Wurm, LH
      Auditory processing of polymorphemic pseudowords

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    33. Brooks, PJ; MacWhinney, B
      Phonological priming in children's picture naming

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    34. Storkel, HL; Rogers, MA
      The effect of probabilistic phonotactics on lexical acquisition

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    35. Goswami, U; East, M
      Rhyme and analogy in beginning reading: Conceptual and methodological issues

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    36. Norris, D; McQueen, JM; Cutler, A
      Merging information in speech recognition: Feedback is never necessary

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    37. Luce, PA; Goldinger, SD; Vitevitch, MS
      It's good ... but is it ART?

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    38. Slowiaczek, LM
      Hesitations and clarifications on a model to abandon feedback

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    39. Perry, C; Ziegler, JC
      Linguistic difficulties in language and reading development constrain skilled adult reading

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    40. Cutler, A; Sebastian-Galles, N; Soler-Vilageliu, O; van Ooijen, B
      Constraints of vowels and consonants on lexical selection: Cross-linguistic comparisons

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    41. Goetry, V; Kolinsky, R
      The role of rhythmic cues for speech segmentation in monolingual and bilingual listeners

      PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA
    42. Sebastian-Galles, N; Dupoux, E; Costa, A; Mehler, J
      Adaptation to time-compressed speech: Phonological determinants

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    43. Luce, PA; Goldinger, SD; Auer, ET; Vitevitch, MS
      Phonetic priming, neighborhood activation, and PARSYN

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    44. Mattys, SL
      The perception of primary and secondary stress in English

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    45. Hagoort, P; Brown, CM
      ERP effects of listening to speech: semantic ERP effects

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    46. Sterne, A; Goswami, U
      Phonological awareness of syllables, rhymes, and phonemes in deaf children

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    47. Swingley, D; Aslin, RN
      Spoken word recognition and lexical representation in very young children

      COGNITION
    48. Kirk, KI; Sehgal, ST; Hay-McCutcheon, M
      Comparison of children's familiarity with tokens on the PBK, LNT, and MLNT

      ANNALS OF OTOLOGY RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY
    49. Versfeld, NJ; Daalder, L; Festen, JM; Houtgast, T
      Method for the selection of sentence materials for efficient measurement of the speech reception threshold

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    50. Windsor, J; Hwang, M
      Children's auditory lexical decisions: A limited processing capacity account of language impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    51. Edwards, J; Fourakis, M; Beckman, ME; Fox, RA
      Characterizing knowledge deficits in phonological disorders

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    52. Smith, KL; Pitt, MA
      Phonological and morphological influences in the syllabification of spokenwords

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    53. Altmann, GTM
      Thematic role assignment in context

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    54. Vitevitch, MS; Luce, PA
      Probabilistic phonotactics and neighborhood activation in spoken word recognition

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    55. Sommers, MS; Lewis, BP
      Who really lives next door: Creating false memories with phonological neighbors

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    56. Sommers, MS
      Perceptual specificity and implicit auditory priming in older and younger adults

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    57. Greber, C; Frauenfelder, UH
      On the locus of morphological effects in spoken-word recognition: Before or after lexical identification?

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    58. Erdeljac, V; Mildner, V
      Temporal structure of spoken-word recognition in Croatian in light of the cohort theory

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    59. Vitevitch, MS; Luce, PA; Pisoni, DB; Auer, ET
      Phonotactics, neighborhood activation, and lexical access for spoken words

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    60. Goodglass, H; Wingfield, A; Ward, SE
      Decision latencies for phonological and semantic information in object identification

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    61. Bentrovato, S; Devescovi, A; D'Amico, S; Bates, E
      Effect of grammatical gender and semantic context on lexical access in Italian

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    62. Friederici, AD; Jacobsen, T
      Processing grammatical gender during language comprehension

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    63. Protopapas, A
      Connectionist modeling of speech perception

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    64. Metsala, JL
      Young children's phonological awareness and nonword repetition as a function of vocabulary development

      JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    65. Amano, S
      Overview of models on spoken word recognition

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    66. Trueswell, JC; Sekerina, I; Hill, NM; Logrip, ML
      The kindergarten-path effect: studying on-line sentence processing in young children

      COGNITION
    67. Loizou, PC; Dorman, M; Tu, ZM
      On the number of channels needed to understand speech

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    68. Fernald, A; Pinto, JP; Swingley, D; Weinberg, A; McRoberts, GW
      Rapid gains in speed of verbal processing by infants in the 2nd year

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    69. PERETZ I; LUSSIER I; BELAND R
      THE DIFFERENTIAL ROLE OF SYLLABIC STRUCTURE IN STEM COMPLETION FOR FRENCH AND ENGLISH

      European journal of cognitive psychology
    70. BOLAND JE; BOEHMJERNIGAN H
      LEXICAL CONSTRAINTS AND PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE ATTACHMENT

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    71. MCQUEEN JM
      SEGMENTATION OF CONTINUOUS SPEECH USING PHONOTACTICS

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    72. WALLACE WP; STEWART MT; SHAFFER TR; WILSON JA
      ARE FALSE RECOGNITIONS INFLUENCED BY PRERECOGNITION PROCESSING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    73. WOOD C; TERRELL C
      POOR READERS ABILITY TO DETECT SPEECH RHYTHM AND PERCEIVE RAPID SPEECH

      British journal of developmental psychology
    74. VROOMEN J; VANDENBOSCH A; DEGELDER B
      A CONNECTIONIST MODEL FOR BOOTSTRAP LEARNING OF SYLLABIC STRUCTURE

      Language and cognitive processes
    75. HALLE PA; SEGUI J; FRAUENFELDER U; MEUNIER C
      PROCESSING OF ILLEGAL CONSONANT CLUSTERS - A CASE OF PERCEPTUAL ASSIMILATION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    76. Li, P
      Crosslinguistic variation and sentence processing: The case of Chinese

      SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS, VOL 31
    77. NYGAARD LC; PISONI DB
      TALKER-SPECIFIC LEARNING IN SPEECH-PERCEPTION

      Perception & psychophysics
    78. QUENE H; KOSTER ML
      METRICAL SEGMENTATION IN DUTCH - VOWEL QUALITY OR STRESS

      Language and Speech
    79. Jibu, T; Okita, T; Yagi, A
      Phonological priming and auditory event-related brain potentials

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    80. PERETZ I; GAGNON L; BOUCHARD B
      MUSIC AND EMOTION - PERCEPTUAL DETERMINANTS, IMMEDIACY, AND ISOLATIONAFTER BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Cognition
    81. BURKE DM
      LANGUAGE, AGING, AND INHIBITORY DEFICITS - EVALUATION OF A THEORY

      The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
    82. MATTYS SL
      THE USE OF TIME DURING LEXICAL PROCESSING AND SEGMENTATION - A REVIEW

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    83. SUOMI K; MCQUEEN JM; CUTLER A
      VOWEL HARMONY AND SPEECH SEGMENTATION IN FINNISH

      Journal of memory and language
    84. GASKELL MG; MARSLENWILSON WD
      INTEGRATING FORM AND MEANING - A DISTRIBUTED MODEL OF SPEECH-PERCEPTION

      Language and cognitive processes
    85. MICHELA VL; WALLEY AC
      SPEECH, LANGUAGE, AND COMMUNICATION - MLLLER,JL, EIMAS,PD

      Language
    86. BANEL MH; BACRI N
      COOPERATION AND CONFLICT BETWEEN METRICAL CUES AND PHONOTACTIC CUES IN SPEECH SEGMENTATION

      Annee Psychologique
    87. SOMMERS MS
      SPEECH-PERCEPTION IN OLDER ADULTS - THE IMPORTANCE OF SPEECH-SPECIFICCOGNITIVE-ABILITIES

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    88. VANOOIJEN B; BERTONCINI J; SANSAVINI A; MEHLER J
      DO WEAK SYLLABLES COUNT FOR NEWBORNS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    89. KIRK KI; PISONI DB; MIYAMOTO RC
      EFFECTS OF STIMULUS VARIABILITY ON SPEECH-PERCEPTION IN LISTENERS WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    90. HAMBURGER M; SLOWIACZEK LM
      PHONOLOGICAL PRIMING REFLECTS LEXICAL COMPETITION

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    91. GOLDINGER SD
      AUDITORY LEXICAL DECISION

      Language and cognitive processes
    92. ZWITSERLOOD P
      FORM PRIMING

      Language and cognitive processes
    93. GROSJEAN F
      GATING

      Language and cognitive processes
    94. BRADLOW AR; TORRETTA GM; PISONI DB
      INTELLIGIBILITY OF NORMAL SPEECH .1. GLOBAL AND FINE-GRAINED ACOUSTIC-PHONETIC TALKER CHARACTERISTICS

      Speech communication
    95. MARSLENWILSON W; MOSS HE; VANHALEN S
      PERCEPTUAL DISTANCE AND COMPETITION IN LEXICAL ACCESS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    96. GASKELL MG; MARSLENWILSON WD
      PHONOLOGICAL VARIATION AND INFERENCE IN LEXICAL ACCESS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    97. BATES E; DEVESCOVI A; HERNANDEZ A; PIZZAMIGLIO L
      GENDER PRIMING IN ITALIAN

      Perception & psychophysics
    98. ZHOU XL; MARSLENWILSON W
      MORPHOLOGICAL STRUCTURE IN THE CHINESE MENTAL LEXICON

      Language and cognitive processes
    99. DOLLAGHAN CA; BIBER ME; CAMPBELL TF
      LEXICAL INFLUENCES ON NONWORD REPETITION

      Applied psycholinguistics
    100. BATES E; DEVESCOVI A; PIZZAMIGLIO L; DAMICO S; HERNANDEZ A
      GENDER AND LEXICAL ACCESS IN ITALIAN

      Perception & psychophysics


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