Bob McMurray
Bob McMurray
F. Wendell Miller Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Communication
Zweryfikowany adres z uiowa.edu - Strona główna
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Gradient effects of within-category phonetic variation on lexical access
B McMurray, MK Tanenhaus, RN Aslin
Cognition 86 (2), B33-B42, 2002
4312002
Word learning emerges from the interaction of online referent selection and slow associative learning.
B McMurray, JS Horst, LK Samuelson
Psychological review 119 (4), 831, 2012
3432012
Speaker variability augments phonological processing in early word learning
GC Rost, B McMurray
Developmental science 12 (2), 339-349, 2009
3052009
What information is necessary for speech categorization? Harnessing variability in the speech signal by integrating cues computed relative to expectations.
B McMurray, A Jongman
Psychological review 118 (2), 219, 2011
2482011
Defusing the childhood vocabulary explosion
B McMurray
Science 317 (5838), 631-631, 2007
2422007
Within-category VOT affects recovery from “lexical” garden-paths: Evidence against phoneme-level inhibition
B McMurray, MK Tanenhaus, RN Aslin
Journal of memory and language 60 (1), 65-91, 2009
2412009
Short arms and talking eggs: Why we should no longer abide the nativist–empiricist debate
JP Spencer, MS Blumberg, B McMurray, SR Robinson, LK Samuelson, ...
Child development perspectives 3 (2), 79-87, 2009
2192009
Individual differences in online spoken word recognition: Implications for SLI
B McMurray, VM Samelson, SH Lee, JB Tomblin
Cognitive psychology 60 (1), 1-39, 2010
2152010
Cue integration with categories: Weighting acoustic cues in speech using unsupervised learning and distributional statistics
JC Toscano, B McMurray
Cognitive science 34 (3), 434-464, 2010
1982010
Statistical learning of phonetic categories: insights from a computational approach
B McMurray, RN Aslin, JC Toscano
Developmental science 12 (3), 369-378, 2009
1742009
Continuous perception and graded categorization: Electrophysiological evidence for a linear relationship between the acoustic signal and perceptual encoding of speech
JC Toscano, B McMurray, J Dennhardt, SJ Luck
Psychological science 21 (10), 1532-1540, 2010
1652010
Longitudinal speech perception and language performance in pediatric cochlear implant users: the effect of age at implantation
CC Dunn, EA Walker, J Oleson, M Kenworthy, T Van Voorst, JB Tomblin, ...
Ear and hearing 35 (2), 148, 2014
1562014
Infants are sensitive to within-category variation in speech perception
B McMurray, RN Aslin
Cognition 95 (2), B15-B26, 2005
1552005
Anticipatory eye movements reveal infants' auditory and visual categories
B McMurray, RN Aslin
Infancy 6 (2), 203-229, 2004
1462004
Finding the signal by adding noise: The role of noncontrastive phonetic variability in early word learning
GC Rost, B McMurray
Infancy 15 (6), 608-635, 2010
1442010
Automated corneal‐reflection eye tracking in infancy: Methodological developments and applications to cognition
RN Aslin, B McMurray
Infancy 6 (2), 155-163, 2004
1322004
Lexical effects on compensation for coarticulation: The ghost of Christmash past
JS Magnuson, B McMurray, MK Tanenhaus, RN Aslin
Cognitive Science 27 (2), 285-298, 2003
1192003
Gradient sensitivity to within-category variation in words and syllables.
B McMurray, RN Aslin, MK Tanenhaus, MJ Spivey, D Subik
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (6 …, 2008
1142008
Rate effects on Swedish VOT: Evidence for phonological overspecification
J Beckman, P Helgason, B McMurray, C Ringen
Journal of phonetics 39 (1), 39-49, 2011
1092011
Infant directed speech and the development of speech perception: Enhancing development or an unintended consequence?
B McMurray, KA Kovack-Lesh, D Goodwin, W McEchron
Cognition 129 (2), 362-378, 2013
1082013
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