Efthymia C. Kapnoula
Efthymia C. Kapnoula
Staff Scientist, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language (BCBL)
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Immediate lexical integration of novel word forms
EC Kapnoula, S Packard, P Gupta, B McMurray
Cognition 134, 85-99, 2015
Evaluating the Sources and Functions of Gradiency in Phoneme Categorization: An Individual Differences Approach.
EC Kapnoula, MB Winn, EJ Kong, J Edwards, B McMurray
Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 2017
Lip-reading enables the brain to synthesize auditory features of unknown silent speech
M Bourguignon, M Baart, EC Kapnoula, N Molinaro
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (5), 1053-1065, 2020
Learning and integration of new word-forms: Consolidation, pruning and the emergence of automaticity
B McMurray, EC Kapnoula, MG Gaskell
Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition. London, UK: Taylor and …, 2016
Newly learned word forms are abstract and integrated immediately after acquisition
EC Kapnoula, B McMurray
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23 (2), 491-499, 2016
Training alters the resolution of lexical interference: Evidence for plasticity of competition and inhibition.
EC Kapnoula, B McMurray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (1), 8, 2016
Evaluating cognitive models of visual word recognition using fMRI: Effects of lexical and sublexical variables
A Protopapas, E Orfanidou, JSH Taylor, E Karavasilis, EC Kapnoula, ...
NeuroImage 128, 328-341, 2016
Individual differences in speech perception: Sources, functions, and consequences of phoneme categorization gradiency
EEC Kapnoula
Voices in the mental lexicon: Words carry indexical information that can affect access to their meaning
EC Kapnoula, AG Samuel
Journal of Memory and Language 107, 111-127, 2019
Dynamic EEG analysis during language comprehension reveals interactive cascades between perceptual processing and sentential expectations
MCE Sarrett, B McMurray, EC Kapnoula
Brain and Language 211, 104875, 2020
Speech perception and spoken word recognition
MG Gaskell, J Mirkovic
Psychology Press, 2016
Short-term and long-term effects on visual word recognition.
A Protopapas, EC Kapnoula
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (4), 542, 2016
Gradient activation of speech categories facilitates listeners’ recovery from lexical garden paths, but not perception of speech-in-noise.
EC Kapnoula, J Edwards, B McMurray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 47 (4), 578, 2021
Effect of deep brain stimulation on vocal motor control mechanisms in Parkinson's disease
R Behroozmand, K Johari, RM Kelley, EC Kapnoula, NS Narayanan, ...
Parkinsonism & related disorders 63, 46-53, 2019
Idiosyncratic use of bottom-up and top-down information leads to differences in speech perception flexibility: Converging evidence from ERPs and eye-tracking
EC Kapnoula, B McMurray
Brain and Language 223, 105031, 2021
Hearing through lip-reading: the brain synthesizes features of absent speech
M Bourguignon, M Baart, EC Kapnoula, N Molinaro
bioRxiv, 395483, 2018
Exploring word recognition with selected stimuli: The case for decorrelated parameters
A Protopapas, EC Kapnoula
35th Annual Cognitive Science Conference, Berlin, Germany, 2013
Lexical and sublexical effects on visual word recognition in Greek: Comparing the Dual Route Cascaded (DRC) model to human behavior
EC Kapnoula, A Protopapas, SJ Saunders, M Coltheart
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (10), 1290-1304, 2017
Gradient categorization of speech sounds helps listeners recover from lexical garden paths
EC Kapnoula, J Edwards, B McMurray
4th Auditory Perception, Cognition, and Action Meeting, 2015
Any leftovers from a discarded prediction? Evidence from eye-movements during sentence comprehension
AE Gussow, EC Kapnoula, N Molinaro
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34 (8), 1041-1058, 2019
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