SAGE Journal Articles
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The Time Course of Interpretation in Speech Comprehension
Current Directions in Psychological Science April 2010 19: 121-126, doi:10.1177/0963721410364726
- What evidence supports the idea that speech is sequentially analyzed?
- What is a right-to-left vs. left-to-right analysis? How can you determine right versus left context analysis?
- What is the impact of later-arriving information on word recognition?
- How can an individual’s choice affect word perception?
Lawrence D. Rosenblum
Speech Perception as a Multimodal Phenomenon
Current Directions in Psychological Science December 2008 17: 405-409, doi:10.1111/j.1467-8721.2008.00615.x
- What are some examples of visual speech information? How can speech be felt instead of heard?
- What supports the idea that speech is multimodal? What is amodal or modality neutral speech perception within the scope of multimodal speech perception?
- How can a speaker affect speech perception? What is cross-modal speaker matching?
David Poeppel and Philip J. Monahan
Speech Perception: Cognitive Foundations and Cortical Implementation
Current Directions in Psychological Science April 2008 17: 80-85, doi:10.1111/j.1467-8721.2008.00553.x
- How does speech perception differ from comprehension?
- What are the two main shifts of the contemporary approach to how the brain is involved in speech perception?
- What are the components of the dual-stream model?
- How are the ventral and dorsal pathways involved in speech perception?
- What are some major areas of focus that warrant further exploration in the field of speech perception?