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Padraig O'Seaghdha
Padraig O'Seaghdha
Psychology and Cognitive Science, Lehigh University
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Stages of lexical access in language production
GS Dell, PG O'Seaghdha
Cognition 42 (1-3), 287-314, 1992
10201992
Mediated and convergent lexical priming in language production: A comment on Levelt et al (1991).
GS Dell, PG O'Seaghdha
Psychological Review 98 (4), 604-614, 1991
5271991
Phrasal ordering constraints in sentence production: Phrase length and verb disposition in heavy-NP shift
LM Stallings, MC MacDonald, PG O'Seaghdha
Journal of Memory and Language 39 (3), 392-417, 1998
2601998
Proximate units in word production: Phonological encoding begins with syllables in Mandarin Chinese but with segments in English
PG O’Seaghdha, JY Chen, TM Chen
Cognition 115 (2), 282-302, 2010
2122010
Phonological competition and cooperation in form-related priming: sequential and nonsequential processes in word production.
PG O'Seaghdha, JW Marin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 26 (1), 57, 2000
1042000
The dependence of lexical relatedness effects on syntactic connectedness.
PG O'Seaghdha
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 15 (1), 73, 1989
961989
Inhibition in interactive activation models of linguistic selection and sequencing.
GS Dell, PG O'Seaghdha
Academic Press, 1994
891994
Mediated semantic-phonological priming: Calling distant relatives
PG O'Seaghdha, JW Marin
Journal of Memory and Language 36 (2), 226-252, 1997
671997
Conjoint and dissociable effects of syntactic and semantic context.
PG O'Seaghdha
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 23 (4), 807, 1997
651997
The Primacy of Abstract Syllables in Chinese Word Production.
JY Chen, PG O’Séaghdha, TM Chen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition 42, 825-836, 2016
542016
The exception does not rule: Attention constrains form preparation in word production.
PG O’Séaghdha, AK Frazer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40, 797 …, 2014
472014
Models of form-related priming in comprehension and production
PG O’Seaghdha, GS Dell, RR Peterson, C Juliano
Connectionist approaches to natural language processing 1, 373-408, 1992
441992
Perceptual bias in speech error data collection: Insights from Spanish speech errors
E Pérez, J Santiago, A Palma, PG O’Seaghdha
Journal of psycholinguistic research 36, 207-235, 2007
422007
Across the great divide: Proximate units at the lexical‐phonological interface
PG O'Séaghdha
Japanese Psychological Research 57 (1), 4-21, 2015
362015
Do Mandarin and English speakers think about time differently? Review of existing evidence and some new data
JY Chen, PG O'Seaghdha
Journal of Chinese Linguistics 41 (2), 338-358, 2013
362013
A connectionist model of form-related priming effects
RR Peterson, GS Dell, PG O’Seaghdha
Proceedings of the 11th annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 1989
34*1989
Toward a language-general account of word production: The proximate units principle
PG O'Seaghdha, JY Chen
CogSci... Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive …, 2009
232009
Close but not proximate: The significance of phonological segments in speaking depends on their functional engagement
PG O’Seaghdha, JY Chen, TM Chen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (1), E3-E3, 2013
182013
A perspective on sentence context research
PG O'Seaghdha
Advances in psychology 77, 73-96, 1991
151991
Enduring moments: The extended present in Chinese speakers’ orientation to event time
JY Chen, JJ Su, PG O'Seaghdha
Journal of Pragmatics 45 (1), 90-103, 2013
132013
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