Publications

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Carol A. Fowler, Donald Shankweiler and Michael Studdert-Kennedy (2016)
Perception of the Speech Code Revisited: Speech Is Alphabetic After All
Psychological Review, Vol. 123 (2) pp. 125.-150
1797
Christine H. Shadle, Hosung Nam, and D. H. Whalen (2016)
Comparing measurement errors for formants in synthetic and natural vowels
J. Acoust. Soc. Am, Vol. 139 (2) pp. 713-727
HL1962
D. H. Whalen (2016)
Direct Perceptions of Carol Fowler's Theoretical Perspective
Ecological Psychology,, Vol. 28 (4) pp. 183-187
HL1963
D. H. Whalen, Lisa Zunshine, Evelyne Ender, Eugenia Kelbert, Jason Tougaw, Robert F. Barsky, Peter Steiner and Michael Holquist (2016)
Validating judgments of perspective embedding Further explorations of a new tool for literary analysis
Scientific Study of Literature, Vol. 6 (2) pp. 278-297
1817
Deroche, M., Culling, J., Lavandier, M., Gracco, V. (2016)
Reverberation limits the release from informational masking obtained in the harmonic and binaural domains
Atten Percept Psychophys (The Psychonomic Society), Vol. 79 (1) pp. 363-379
1931
Donald Shankweiler (2016)
Carol A. Fowler’s Perspective on Language by Eye
ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 28 (3) pp. 130-137
1808
Ito, T., Coppola, J., Ostry, D. (2016)
Speech motor learning changes the neural response to both auditory and somatosensory signals
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, Article 25926, Vol. 6 pp. 1-10
1820
Jeffrey G. Malins, Nina Gumkowski, Bonnie Buis, Peter Molfese, Jay G. Rueckl,Stephen J. Frost, Kenneth R. Pugh, Robin Morris, W. Einar Mencl (2016)
Dough, tough, cough, rough: A “fast” fMRI localizer of component processes in reading
Neuropsychologia, Vol. 91 pp. 394-406
1823
Kaja K. Jasińska, Peter J. Molfese, Sergey A. Kornilov, W. Einar Mencl, Stephen J. Frost, Maria Lee, Kenneth R. Pugh, Elena L. Grigorenko, Nicole Landi (2016)
The BDNF Val 66 Met Polymorphism Influences Reading Ability and Patterns of Neural Activation in Children
Plos One, e0157449, Vol. 11 (8) pp. 1-25
HL1960
Katherine M. Dawson, Mark K. Tiede, and D. H. Whalen (2016)
Methods for quantifying tongue shape and complexity using ultrasound imaging
CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS, Vol. 30 (3-5) pp. 328-344
1794
Kazunaga Matsuki, Victor Kuperman, Julie A. Van Dyke (2016)
The Random Forests statistical technique: An examination of its value for the study of reading
SCIENTIFIC STUDIES OF READING, Vol. 20 (1) pp. 20-33
HL1961
Kevin D. Roon, Katherine M. Dawson, Mark K. Tiede, and D. H. Whalen (2016)
Indexing head movement during speech production using optical markers
J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 139 (5) pp. EL167-171
1815
Kukona, A. Braze, D., Johns, C., Mencl, W.E., Van Dyke, J., Magnuson, J.,Pugh, K. Shankweiler, D., Tabor, W. (2016)
The real-time prediction and inhibition of linguistic outcomes: Effects of language and literacy skill
Acta Psychologica, Vol. 171 pp. 72-84
1805
Kuperman, V., Van Dyke, J., Henry, R. (2016)
Eye-movement control in RAN and reading
SCIENTIFIC STUDIES OF READING, Vol. 20 (2) pp. 173-188
1799
Lan Shuai Jeffrey G. Malins (2016)
Encoding lexical tones in jTRACE: a simulation of monosyllabic spoken word recognition in Mandarin Chinese
Behavior Research Methods, Vol. 49 (1) pp. 230-241
1809
Lewis, A., Lemhofer, K., Schoffelen, J.M., Schriefers, H. (2016)
Gender agreement violations modulate beta oscillatory dynamics during sentence comprehension: A comparison of second language learners and native speakers
Neuropsychologia, Vol. 89 pp. 254-272
1810
Lewis, A., Schoffelen, J.M., Hoffmann, C., Bastiaansen, M. Schriefers, H. (2016)
Discourse-level semantic coherence influences beta oscillatory dynamics and the N400 during sentence comprehension
LANGUAGE, COGNITION AND NEUROSCIENCE, Vol. 32 (5) pp. 601-617
1898
Lu-Feng Shi and Laura L. Koenig (2016)
Acoustic–Phonetic Versus Lexical Processing in Nonnative Listeners Differing in Their Dominant Language
American Journal of Audiology, Vol. 25 (167-176)
1897
Lu-Feng Shi and Laura L. Koenig (2016)
Relative Weighting of Semantic and Syntactic Cues in Native and Non-Native Listeners’ Recognition of English Sentences
Ear & Hearing, Vol. 37 (4) pp. 424-433
1814
Lu-Feng Shi and Laura L. Koenig (2016)
Relative Weighting of Semantic and Syntactic Cues in Native and Non-Native Listeners’ Recognition of English Sentences
Ear Hearing, Vol. 37 pp. 424-433
1806
Matsuki, K., Kuperman, V., Van Dyke, J. (2016)
The Random Forests statistical technique: An examination of its value for the study of reading
SCIENTIFIC STUDIES OF READING, Vol. 20 (1) pp. 20-33
1841
Menghan Zhang and Tao Gong (2016)
How many is enough? - Statistical principles for lexicostatistics
Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 7 (Article 1916) pp. 1-12
1801
Mollaei, F., Shiller, D., Baum, S., Gracco, V. (2016)
Sensorimotor control of vocal pitch and formant frequencies in Parkinson's disease
Brain Research, 1646 , pp. 269–277
1795
Ostry, D.J., and Gribble, P.L. (2016)
Sensory Plasticity in Human Motor Learning
Trends in Neurosciences, Vol. 39 (2) pp. 114-123
1813
Robert E. Remez and Philip E. Rubin (2016)
Perceptual Organization and Lawful Specification
ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 28 (3) pp. 160-165
1792
Roberts, G., Langstein, B., Galantucci, B. (2016)
(In)sensitivity to incoherence in human communication
Language Communication, Vol. 47 pp. 15-22
1811
Sekerina, I., Campanelli, l. Van Dyke, J. (2016)
Using the Visual World Paradigm to Study Retrieval Interference in Spoken Language Comprehension
Frontiers in Psychology, Article 873, Vol. 7 pp. 1-15
1842
Tao Gong, Yau W. Lam, and Lan Shuai (2016)
Influence of perceptual saliency hierarchy on learning of language structures: An artificial language learning experiment
Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 7 (Article 1952) pp. 1-10
1802
Tremblay, P., Deschamps, I., Gracco, V. (2016)
Neurobiology of specch Porduction: A motor Control Perspective
Neurobiology of Language, Chapter 59, pp. 741-750
1807
Tyrone, M., Mauk, C. (2016)
The Phonetics of Head and Body Movement in the Realization of American Sign Language Signs
Phonetica, Vol. 73 (2) pp. 120-140
1793
Victor Kuperman, Julie A. Van Dyke, and Regina Henry (2016)
Eye-movement control in RAN and reading
SCIENTIFIC STUDIES OF READING, Vol. 20 (2) pp. 173-188
1790
Abramson, A.S., Tiede, M. K. Luangthongkum, T. (2015)
Voice Register in Mon: Acoustics and Electroglottography
Phonetica , Vol. 72 pp. 237-256
1783
Berken, J, Gracco, V., Chen, J.K., Klein, D. (2015)
The timing of language learning shapes brain structure associated with articulation
Brain Structure Function, Vol. 221 (7) pp. 3591-3600
1781
Berken, J, Gracco, V., Chen, J.K., Watkins, K., Baum,S., Callahan, M., Klein, D. (2015)
Neural activation in speech production and reading aloud in native and non-native languages
NeuroImage, Vol. 112 pp. 208-217
1803
Brajot, F.X., Shiller, D., Gracoo, V. (2015)
Autophonic loudness perception in Parkinson’s disease
Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 139 (3) pp. 1364-1371
HL1959
BYUNGGON YANG AND D. H. WHALEN (2015)
Perception and Production of English Vowels by American Males and Females
Australian Journal of Linguistics, Vol. 35 (2) pp. 121-141
1778
D. S., Beal, J. P. Lerch, B. Cameron, R. Henderson, V. L. Gracco, L.F.De Nil (2015)
The trajectory of gray matter development in Broca’s area is abnormal in people who stutter
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Article 89, Vol. 9 pp. 1-9
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David Braze, Leonard Katz, James S. Magnuson, W. Einar Mencl, Whitney Tabor, Julie A. Van Dyke, Tao Gong, Clinton L. Johns, Donald P. Shankweiler (2015)
Vocabulary does not complicate the simple view of reading
Reading and Writing, Vol. 29 pp. 435-451
1782
Deschamps, I, Baum, S.H., Gracco, V. (2015)
Phonological processing in speech perception: What do sonority differences tell us?
Brain Language , Vol. 149 pp. 77-83
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DiCanio, C., Nam, H., Amith, J.D., Castillo Garcia, R., Whalen, D.H. (2015)
Vowel variability in elicited versus spontaneous speech: Evidence from Mixtec
Journal of Phonetics, Vol. 48 pp. 45-59
1896
ELAINE R. HITCHCOCK & LAURA L. KOENIG (2015)
Longitudinal observations of typical English voicing acquisition in a 2-year-old child: Stability of the contrast and considerations for clinical assessment
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, Vol. 29 pp. 955-976
1958
Eric S. Jackson, J. Scott Yaruss, Robert W. Quesal, Valerie Terranova, D. H. Whalen (2015)
Responses of adults who stutter to the anticipation of stuttering
Journal of Fluency Disorders, Vol. 45 pp. 38-51
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Hitchcock, E. and Koenig, L.L. (2015)
Longitudinal observations of typical English voicing acquisition in a 2-year-old child: Stability of the contrast and considerations for clinical assessment
Clinical Linguistics Phonetics,
1791
Ito, T., Ostry, D., Gracco, V. (2015)
Somatosensory Event-related Potentials from Orofacial Skin Stretch Stimulation
Journal of Visualized Experiments, e53621, Vol. 106 pp. 1-8
1787
J.L. Preston, P. J. Molfese, S. J. Frost, W. E. Mencl, R. K. Fulbright, F. Hoeft, N. Landi, D. Shankweiler Pugh, K. (2015)
Print-Speech Convergence Predicts Future Reading Outcomes in Early Readers
Psychological Science, Vol. 27 (1) pp. 75-84
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Jay G. Rueckl, Pedro M. Paz-Alonsoc, Peter J. Molfesea, Wen-Jui Kuod, Atira Bicke, Stephen J. Frost, Roeland Hancock, Denise H. Wug, William Einar Mencl, Jon Andoni Duñabeitiac, Jun-Ren Lee, Myriam Oliver, Jason D. Zevin, Fumiko Hoefta, Manuel Carreiras, Ovid J. L. Tzeng, Kenneth R. Pugh, and Ram Frost (2015)
Universal brain signature of proficient reading: Evidence from four contrasting languages
PNAS, Vol. 112 (50) pp. 15510-15515
1804
Johns, C., Matsuki, K., Van Dyke, J. (2015)
Poor readers’ retrieval mechanism: efficient access is not dependent on reading skill
Frontiers in Psychology, Article 1552, Vol. 6 pp. 1-20
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Johns, C.L., Matsuki, K. Van Dyle, J. (2015)
Poor readers’ retrieval mechanism: efficient access is not dependent on reading skill
Frontiers in Psychology, Article 1552, Vol. 6 pp. 1-20
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Kush, D., Johns, C.L., Van Dyke, J.A. (2015)
Identifying the role of phonology in sentence-level reading
Journal of Memory and Language, Vol. 79-80 pp. 18-29
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N.F. Bernardi, M. Darainy, D. J. Ostry (2015)
Somatosensory Contribution to the Initial Stages of Human Motor Learning
The Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 35 (42) pp. 14316-14326