EDG meetings are normally held on Fridays at 1pm in room S38, 7 George Square
Please contact ku.ca.de|yelroC.nitraM#nitraM if you have difficulties obtaining any of the papers.
Suggest papers for future meetings on this page.
Talk by Josef Fruehwald, LEL, PPLS
Is it really, um, revealing?
A chance to discuss some highly topical research on um and uh.
6th February, 1pm, room S38, 7GS
We're back! Initial "hello" and planning: Please come along if you can.
11th April (for real)
Rosa, E. C., Finch, K. H., Bergeson, M., & Arnold, J. E. (in press). The effects of addressee attention on prosodic prominence. Language and Cognitive Processes.
Ingham, R. J., Wang, Y., Ingham, J. C., Bothe, A. K., & Grafton, S. T. (2013). Regional brain activity change predicts responsiveness to treatment for stuttering in adults. Brain and language, 127(3), 510-519.
Tydgat, I., Diependale, K., Hartsuiker, R. J., & Pickering, M. J. (2012). How lingering representations of abandoned context words affect speech production. Acta Psychologica, 140, 218-229.
No meeting. We will meet the following week (7th March) to discuss the Tydgat paper currently on the "suggestions" list.
Innovative learning week - no meeting.
Some people might be interested in attending an HCN talk by new Chancellor's Fellow, Candice Morey: "What asymmetric patterns of dual-task interference suggest about working memory".
7th February room S38
Dell, G. S., Schwartz, M. F., Nozari, N., Faseyitan, O., & Branch Coslett, H. (2013). Voxel-based lesion-parameter mapping: Identifying the neural correlates of a computational model of word production. Cognition, 128(3), 380–396.
31st January room F29/30
Fiori, V., Cipollari, S., Caltagirone, C., & Marangolo, P. (2013). “If two witches would watch two watches, which witch would watch which watch?” tDCS over the left frontal region modulates tongue twister repetition in healthy subjects. Neuroscience, 256, 195–200.
Walker, E. J., Risko, E.F., & Kingstone, A. (in press). Fillers as Signals: Evidence From a Question-Answering Paradigm. Discourse Processes.
Hickok, G. (in press). The architecture of speech production and the role of the phoneme in speech processing. Language and Cognitive Processes.
Dell, G.S. & Chang, F. (in press). The P-Chain: Relating sentence production and its disorders to comprehension and acquisition. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B
MacKay, D. G., James, L. E., Hadley, C. B., & Fogler, K. A. (2011). Speech errors of amnesic H.M.: Unlike everyday slips-of-the-tongue. Cortex, 47, 377-408. pdf
Roche, J. M., Paxton, A., Ibarra, A., & Tanenhaus, M. K. (2012). From Minor Mishap to Major Catastrophe: Lexical Choice in Miscommunication. In Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
11th October, 4pm, room S38, 7GS
Fraundorf, S.H., & Watson, D.G. (in press). Alice's adventures in um-derland: Psycholinguistic sources of variation in disfluency production. Language and Cognitive Processes.
21st June, 4pm, room S38
Talk by Oren Civier, Gonda Multidiscplinary Research Centre, Bar Ilan University, Israel
Computational Modeling of the Neural Substrates of Stuttering and Induced Fluency
Poljac, E., Dahlslätt, K., & Bekkering, H. (2013). Shared predictive decision-making mechanisms in action and language. Language and Cognitive Processes, (ahead-of-print), 1-11.
Jaeger, T.F., Furth, K., & Hilliard, C. (2012). Incremental phonological encoding during unscripted sentence production. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, article 00481
Scott, M., Yeung, H. H., Gick, B., & Werker, J. F. (2013). Inner speech captures the perception of external speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133 (4), EL286-EL292.
Steinberg, M. E., Ratner, N. B., Gaillard, W., & Berl, M. (in press). Fluency patterns in narratives from children with localization related epilepsy. Journal of Fluency Disorders.
Reed, P., & Wu, Y. (in press). Logistic regression for risk factor modelling in stuttering research. Journal of Fluency Disorders.
March 2013Everyone's at conferences, etc.: Next meeting Friday 5th April
Bouchard, K. E., Mesgarani, N., Johnson, K., & Chang, E. F. (2013). Functional organization of human sensorimotor cortex for speech articulation. Nature.
Brocklehurst, P. H., Lickley, R. J., & Corley, M. (2012). The influence of anticipation of word misrecognition on the likelihood of stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders.
Rommers, J., Meyer, A. S., Praamstra, P., & Huettig, F. (2013). The contents of predictions in sentence comprehension: Activation of the shape of objects before they are referred to. Neuropsychologia.
Pitt, M. A., & Szostak, C. M. (2012). A lexically biased attentional set compensates for variable speech quality caused by pronunciation variation. Language and Cognitive Processes, 27(7-8), 1225-1239.
Cason, N., & Schön, D. (2012). Rhythmic priming enhances the phonological processing of speech. Neuropsychologia.
We will discuss:
Arnold, J. E., Kahn, J. M., & Pancani, G. C. (2012). Audience design affects acoustic reduction via production facilitation. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 1-8.
A further paper which may be of interest, and which is relevant to a discussion of the Arnold et al. paper is:
Fukumura, K., & van Gompel, R. P. (2012). Producing Pronouns and Definite Noun Phrases: Do Speakers Use the Addressee’s Discourse Model?. Cognitive Science.
Acheson, D.J., Ganushchak, L.Y., Christoffels, I.K., & Hagoort, P. (2012). Conflict monitoring in speech production: Physiological evidence from bilingual picture naming. Brain and Language, 123, 131-136. As postponed from 7th December.
7th December - meeting postponed until 14th December
Liu, K., & Fox Tree, J. E. (2012). Hedges enhance memory but inhibit retelling. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19, 892-898.
Hickok, G. (2012). Computational neuroanatomy of speech production. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 13, 135-145.
Slevc, L. R., & Ferreira, V. S. (in press). To Err Is Human; To Structurally Prime From Errors Is Also Human. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition.
Kuhlen, A. K., Allefield, C., & Haynes, J.-D. (2012). Content-specific coordination of listeners' to speakers' EEG during communication. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6, 00266.
Ian Finlayson will be giving a practice run of his talk for Workshop Fluent Speech: "Testing the disfluency-as-signal hypothesis"
Bosker, H. R., Pinget, A.-F., Quene, H., Sanders, T., & de Jong, N. H. (in press). What makes speech sound fluent? The contributions of pauses, speed and repairs. Language Testing.
We will discuss three papers on phonetic convergence:
Pardo, J. S., Gibbons, R., Suppes, A., & Krauss, R. M. (2012). Phonetic convergence in college roommates. Journal of Phonetics, 40, 190–197.
Babel, M. (2012). Evidence for phonetic and social selectivity in spontaneous phonetic imitation. Journal of Phonetics, 40, 177–189.
Pardo, J. S., Cajori Jay, I., & Krauss, R. M. (2010). Conversational role influences speech imitation. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72, 2254-2264.
Gollan, T. H., & Goldrick M. (in press). Does bilingualism twist your tongue? Cognition.
Filik, R., & Barber, E. (2011). Inner speech during silent reading reflects the reader's regional accent. PLoS ONE, 6, e25782.
28th September: First Meeting 2012/13
This week we will have a meeting to welcome new members. Returning to our occasional theme of general methods, will also discuss:
Shtulman, A., & Valcarcel, J. (2012). Scientific knowledge suppresses but does not supplant earlier intuitions. Cognition, 124, 209-215.
Friday 13th July: Summer drink (5pm)
Meet in the concourse of 7 George Square
Friday 29th June
There will be no meeting this week.
Friday 22nd June
There will be no meeting this week.
Friday 15th June, from 4:30ish
Friday 1st June
There will be no meeting this week.
Friday 25th May
There will be no meeting this week.
Friday 18th May
Dhooge, E., & Hartsuiker, R. J., (2011). Lexical selection and verbal self-monitoring: Effects of lexicality, context, and time pressure in picture-word interference. Journal of Memory and Language, 66, 163–176.
Friday 11th May
There will be no meeting this week
Friday 4th May
There will be no meeting this week.
Friday 27th April
Grondelaers, S., Speelman, D., Drieghe, D., Brysbaert, M., & Geeraert, D. (2009). Introducing a new entity into discourse: Comprehension and production evidence for the status of Dutch er "there" as a higher-level expectancy monitor. Acta Psychologica, 130. 153-160.
Friday 20th April
Laganaro, M., Valente, A., & Perret, C. (2012). Time course of word production in fast and slow speakers: A high density ERP topographic study. NeuroImage, 59, 3881-3888.
Friday 13th April
Vincent, I., Bernard, B. & Gilbert, H. (in press). Phonological priming in adults who stutter, Journal of Fluency Disorders
Friday 6th April
No meeting. Have a good Easter weekend!
Friday 30th March
Shuval, N., Konieczny, L., & Hemforth, B. (2011). Secret agents or sleeping beauties: What happens to repaired constituents? In L. Carlson, C. Hölscher, & T. Shipley (Eds.), Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (3307-3312). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.
Friday 23rd March
No meeting this week. Some EDGers may be interested in attending "Getting a GRIP on grasping: neural correlates of visually guided actions", a talk to be given by Cristiana Cavina-Pratesi in S38 at 4pm.
Friday 16th March in room B6
We will continue our discussion of Nozari, N., Dell, G. S., & Schwartz, M. F. (2011). Is comprehension necessary for error detection? A conflict-based account of monitoring in speech production. Cognitive Psychology, 63 (1), 1-33. This week we will be focusing on the second part of the paper (i.e., p. 9 onward).
Friday 9th March in room S38
Ian Finlayson will be giving a practice run of his CUNY talk: "Convergence of speech rate: Interactive alignment beyond representation"
Friday 2nd March
Nozari, N., Dell, G. S., & Schwartz, M. F. (2011). Is comprehension necessary for error detection? A conflict-based account of monitoring in speech production. Cognitive Psychology, 63 (1), 1-33.
Friday 24th February
No EDG meeting this week. EDGers might want to attend the Psychology Research Day (note that it starts at 11:30, not 10:30 as advertised).
Friday 17th February
No EDG meeting this week, as a number of us will be attending the "Perceiving as Predicting" Philosophy departmental symposium.
Friday 10th February
Hlavac, J., (2011). Hesitation and monitoring phenomena in bilingual speech: A consequence of code-switching or a strategy to facilitate its incorporation? Journal of Pragmatics, 43, 3793–3806.
Friday 3rd February in room B6 (in the basement)
Rieger, M., Martinez, F., & Wenke, D., (2011). Imagery of errors in typing. Cognition, 121, 163–175.
Friday 27th January in room B6 (in the basement)
Ayora, P., Peressotti, F., Alario, F.X., Mulatti, C., Pluchino, P., Job, R., Dell'Acqua, R. (2011). What phonological facilitation tells about semantic interference: a dual-task study. Frontiers in Psychology, 2;57, 1-10.
Friday 20th January in room B6 (in the basement)
Maxfield, N.D., Pizon-Moore, A.A., Frisch, S.A., Constantine, J.L. (in press). Exploring semantic and phonological picture–word priming in adults who stutter using event-related potentials. Clinical Neurophysiology.
Friday 13th January
Ian Finlayson and Martin Corley will be presenting some data on the possible communicative role of disfluency and discussing plans for a follow-up experiment.
Friday 25th November
There are 2 (short) papers this week…
Fay, N., Page, A.C., Serfaty, C. (2010). Listeners influence speakers’ perceived communication effectiveness. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 689-692.
Fay, N., Page, A.C., Serfaty, C., Tai V., Winkler, C. (2008). Speaker overestimation of communication effectiveness and fear of negative evaluation: Being realistic is unrealistic. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 15,1160–1165.
Friday 11th November
Madeleine Beveridge will give a talk: Eye movements and perceptual span in people who stutter.
Friday 4th November
Scott, S. K., McGettigan, C., & Eisner, F. (2009). A little more conversation, a little less action: Candidate roles for the motor cortex in speech perception. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 10, 295-302.
Friday 28th October
Civier, O., Tasko, S.M., Guenther, F.K. (2010). Overreliance on auditory feedback may lead to sound/syllable repetitions: Simulations of stuttering and fluency-inducing conditions with a neural model of speech production. Journal of fluency Disorders, 35, 2246-279.
Friday 21st October
Bell, A., Brenier, J. M., Gregory, M., Girand, C., Jurafsky, D. (2009). Predictability effects on durations of content and function words in conversational English. Journal of Memory and Language, 60, 92-111.
Friday 14th October
Friday 7th October
We're back! Ian Finlayson will give an informal talk entitled Speakers' preference for (dis)fluency and its consequence for listeners.
Semester is starting! Meetings will resume on 7th October when the dust has settled.
Friday 26th August
Paul Brocklehurst will give a talk entitled Stuttering: Revisiting Bloodstein’s ‘Anticipatory Struggle Hypothesis’ from a psycholinguistic perspective.
this is a practice run for the Oxford Dysfluency Conference the following week, so feedback and suggestions for improvements will be welcomed.
Friday 19th August
No meeting this week
Friday 12th August
Van Orden, G. C., Holden, J. G., Turvey, M. T., (2003). Self-organization of cognitive performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 132, 331-350.
Friday 5th August
Fraundorf, S. H., & Watson, D. G., (in press.). The disfluent discourse: Effects of filled pauses on recall. Journal of Memory and Language.
Friday 29th July
Farewell meeting with Tony Buhr at the Pear Tree, 34 West Nicolson Street @ about 4.30pm.
Friday 15th July, from 5ish
At the Dalriada in Portobello.— see map
General Discussion and planning meeting :)
Friday 8th July
Kidd, C., White, K. S., & Aslin, R. N. (in press). Toddlers use speech disfluencies to predict speakers' referential intentions. Developmental Science.
Friday 1st July
No meeting this week
Friday 24th June
in S38, 7 George Square
Dhooge, E., Hartsuiker, R.J. (2010). The Distractor Frequency Effect in Picture–Word Interference: Evidence for Response Exclusion. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 36, 878-891.
Friday 17th June
At the Dalriada in Portobello.— see map
Dhooge, E., Hartsuiker, R.J. (in press). How do speakers resist distraction? Evidence from a taboo picture-word interference task. Psychological Science.
Nb. as usual, we're starting at 4pm. The change of venue is just for this one week.
Friday 10th June
Tony Buhr will give a talk entitled Articulatory movement at cutoff: In search of hidden error.
Friday 3rd June
No meeting this week
Friday 27th May
Villar, G., Arciuli, J., & Mallard, D. (in press). Use of "um" in the deceptive speech of a convicted murderer. Applied Psycholinguistics.
Friday 20th May
Schweppe, J., Grice, M., & Rummer, R. (2011). What models of working memory can learn from phonological theory: Decomposing the phonological similarity effect. Journal of Memory and Language, 64, 256-269.
Friday 13th May
Clark, H. H., & Krych, M. A. (2004). Speaking while monitoring addressees for understanding. Journal of Memory and Language, 50, 62-81.
Friday 6th May
Goldwater, S., Jurafsky, D., & Manning, C. D. (2010). Which words are hard to recognize? Prosodic, lexical, and disfluency factors that increase speech recognition error rates. Speech Communication, 52, 181-200.
Friday 29th April: No meeting
Friday 22nd April: No meeting
Friday 15th April
There will be two closely-related readings:
Seyfeddinipur, M., Kita, S., & Indefrey, P. (2008). How speakers interrupt themselves in managing problems in speaking: Evidence from self-repairs. Cognition, 108, 837-842.
Tydgat, I., Stevens, M., Hartsuiker, R. J., & Pickering, M. J. (2011). Deciding where to stop speaking. Journal of Memory and Language, 64, 359-380.
Friday 8th April
Goberman, A.M., Blomgren, M., Metzger, E. (2009). Characteristics of speech disfluency in Parkinson disease. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 23, 470-478.
Friday 1st April
Lotto, A.J., Hickock, G.S., & Holt, L.L. (2009). Reflections on mirror neurons and speech perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 13, 110-114.
Friday 25th March
Talk by Robin Lickley
"Issues in the production and perception of disfluent speech"
Friday 18th March
Cook, S., Rieger, M., Donlan, C., & Howell, P. (In press.) Testing orofacial abilities of children who stutter: The Movement, Articulation, Mandibular and Sensory awareness (MAMS) assessment procedure. Journal of Fluency Disorders In Press, Corrected Proof.
Friday 11th March
Gayraud, F., Lee, H-R., Barkat-Defradas, M. (2011) Syntactic and lexical context of pauses and hesitations in the discourse of Alzheimer patients and healthy elderly subjects. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25 198-209.
Friday 4th March
Ohala, J. J. (1990) There is no interface between phonetics and phonology. A personal view. Journal of Phonetics, 18, 153-171.
Friday 25th February:
Arnstein, D., Lakey, B., Compton, RJ., Kleinow, J. (in press). Preverbal error-monitoring in stutterers and fluent speakers. Brain and Language.
Friday 18th February:
Faust, M., & Sharfstein-Friedman, S. (2003). Naming difficulties in adolescents with dyslexia: Application of the tip-of-the-tongue paradigm. Brain and Cognition, 53, 211-217.
Friday 11th February:
Ecker, U.H., Lewandowsky, S., & Apai, J. (2011). Terrorists brought down the plane!—No, actually it was a technical fault: Processing corrections of emotive information. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 283-310.
Friday 4th February:
Humphreys, K.R, Candice H. Boyd, C.H., & Watter, S. (2010). Phonological facilitation from pictures in a word association task: Evidence for routine cascaded processing in spoken word production. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 2289-2296.
Friday 28th January:
Bakker, K., Brutten, G.J., Janssen, P., van der Meulen, S. (1991). An eyemarking study of anticipation and dysfluency among elementary school stutterers. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 16, 25-33.
Friday 21st January:
DeLong, K. A., Urbach, T. P., & Kutas, M. (2005). Probabilistic word pre-activation during language comprehension inferred from electrical brain activity. Nature Neuroscience, 8, 1117-1121.
Friday 14th January:
Anderson, J.D.; Wagovich, S.A. (2010). Relationships among linguistic processing speed, phonological working memory, and attention in children who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 35, 216-234.
Friday 17th December:
No meeting this week. Meetings will resume in January.
Friday 10th December:
Stuttering and the Dysarthrias: Talk by Paul Brocklehurst
Friday 3rd December:
Lake, J., Humphreys, K. R., & Cardy S. (in press). Listener vs. speaker oriented aspects of speech: Studying the disfluencies of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
Friday 26th November:
Jones, M., Dobson, A., Onslow, M., & Carey, B. (2009). Negative binomial mixed models for analysis of stuttering rates. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 53, 4590-4600.
Friday 19th November:
Diemand-Yauman, C., Oppenheimer, D.M., Vaughan, E.B. (in press) Fortune favors the Bold (and the Italicized): Effects of disfluency on educational outcomes. Cognition (2010).
Friday 12th November:
Motor perspectives on speech production 2. - Discussion led by Tony Buhr
Smith, A. (2006) Speech motor development: Integrating muscles, movements, and linguistic units. Journal of Communication Disorders 39, 331–349.
Friday 5th November:
Motor perspectives on speech production 1. - Discussion led by Tony Buhr
There are two readings for this session:
Rosenbaum, D.A., Rajal, G.C., Jax, S.A., Weiss, D.J., van der Wel, R. (2007). The problem of serial order in behavior: Lashely's legacy.Human Movement Science, 26, 525-554
Lackner, J.R., Tuller, B. (2008) Dynamical systems and internal models. In A. Fuchs & V. Jirsa (Eds.) Coordination: Neural, behavioral and social dynamics, pp93-103, Heidelberg: Springer.
Friday 29th October:
Arciuli, J., Mallard, D., & Villar, G. (2010). “Um, I can tell you're lying”: Linguistic markers of deception versus truth-telling in speech. Applied Psycholinguistics, 31, 397-411.
Friday 22nd October:
Goldrick, M., Folk, J., R., & Rapp, B. (2010). Mrs Malaprop's neighborhood: Using word errors to reveal neighborhood structure. Journal of Memory and Language, 62, 113-134.
Friday 15th October:
Metten, C., Bosshardt, H.-G., Jones, M., Eisenhuth, J., Block, S., et al. (2010). Dual tasking and stuttering: from the laboratory to the clinic. Disability and Rehabilitation, early online, 1-12. A copy will be mailed to the EDG list.
Friday 8th October:
Hudson Kam, C. L., & Edwards, N. A. (2008). The use of uh and um by 3- and 4-year-old native English-speaking children: Not quite right but not completely wrong. First Language, 28, 313-327.
Friday 1st October:
Planning Meeting. Come along with ideas of issues or papers to discuss, or just to meet people.
Friday 24th September:
Paul Brocklehurst will present some preliminary data from his study investigating the impact of listener miscomprehension on the fluency of people who stutter.
Friday 17th September:
Ian Finlayson will give a practice run of his DiSS talk "The influence of articulation rate, and the disfluency of others, on one's own speech".
Friday 3rd September: No meeting (EDG folk are likely to be at the Language Production Workshop).
Friday 27th August: No meeting
Friday 20th August:
Guest talk from Tony Buhr (Vanderbilt University): "Word class and utterance position in stuttering".
Friday 13th August:
Ian Finlayson will give a practice run of his AMLAP talk "The influence of situational factors on the production of disfluencies in spontaneous speech".
Thursday 5th August, 4pm, room S38, 7 George Square
Maxfield, N., Huffman, J., Frisch, S., & Hinckley, J. (in press). Neural correlates of semantic activation spreading on the path to picture naming in adults who stutter. Clinical Neurophysiology.
Monday 28th June, 11am, room S38, 7 George Square
Suzy Moat's viva talk: "Modelling subphonemic information flow." Please come and support Suzy if you can!
Friday 25th June:
Suzy Moat will give a practice run of her pre-viva talk "Modelling subphonemic information flow: An investigation and extension of Dell's 1986 model of word production".
Friday 18th June:
Oppenheim G. M., & Dell G. S. (in press) Motor movement matters: the flexible abstractness of inner speech. Memory & Cognition. Please contact Paul or Martin for a pdf of the paper.
Friday 21st May:
Abdalla, F., Robb, M.P., & Al Shatti, T. (2010). Stuttering and lexical category in adult Arabic speakers. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 24, 70–81.
Friday 14th May: No meeting
Friday 7th May: No meeting
Friday 30th April:
Ian Finlayson will be discussing his latest research in a talk, entitled: Why use disfluency? The effect of non-linguistic factors on the production of disfluent speech in dialogue.
Friday 23rd April: No meeting
Friday 16th April:
Paul Brocklehurst will do a practice run of his upcoming talk (at the ECSF symposium in Antwerp): Comparing inner-speech error rates in people who do and do not stutter.
Friday 9th April:
Namasivayam, A. K., van Lieshout, P., McIlroy, W. E., De Nil, L. (2009). Sensory feedback dependence hypothesis in persons who stutter. Human Movement Science 28, 688–707.
Friday 19th March:
Lincoln, M., Packman, A., Onslow, M., & Jones, M. (2010). An experimental investigation of the effect of AAF on the conversational speech of adults who stutter. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, in press.
Friday 12th March:
Smith, A., Sadagopan, N., Walsh, B., Weber-Fox, C. (2010). Increasing phonological complexity reveals heightened instability in interarticulatory coordination in adults who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, in press.
Friday 5th March: No meeting
Friday 26th February:
Galati, A. & Brennan, S. E. (2010). Attenuating information in spoken communication: For the speaker, or for the addressee? Journal of Memory and Language, 62, 35-51.
Friday 19th February:
Tsiamtsiouris J., Cairns H.S. (2009). Effects of syntactic complexity and sentence-structure priming on speech initiation time in adults who stutter. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research 52,1623-39.
Friday 12th February: No meeting
Friday 5th February:
Yuen, I., Davis, M. H., Brysbaert, M., & Rastle, K. (2010). Activation of articulatory information in speech perception. PNAS, 107, 592-597.
Friday 29th January:
Merlo, S. & Barbosa, P. A. (in press). Hesitation phenomena: A dynamical perspective. Cognitive Processing.
Friday 22nd January:
Laganaro, M. & Zimmermann, C. (2010). Origin of phoneme substitution and phoneme movement errors in aphasia. Language and Cognitive Processes, 25, 1-37.
Friday 15th January: No meeting
Friday 8th January:
Stemberger, J. P. (2009). Preventing perseveration in language production. Language and Cognitive Processes, 24, 1431-1470.
Friday 18th December: Christmas Drink! (5pm)
Meet in the concourse, 7 George Square.
Friday 11th December: No meeting
Friday 27th November (4pm, S38)
Roberts, P. M., Meltzer, A., & Wilding, J. (2009). Disfluencies in non-stuttering adults across sample lengths and topics. Journal of Communication Disorders, 42, 414-427.
Monday 23rd November
Ed Conture will be visiting Queen Margaret and Edinburgh Universities, including a talk at QMU at lunchtime. For more details of Conture's visit and talk, see this page.
Friday 20th November (4pm, S38)
Anderson, J. D. & Conture, E. G. (2004). Sentence-structure priming in young children who do and do not stutter. Journal Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 47, 552-571.
NB This paper will be sent by email since UoE members do not have access to the e-journal.
Friday 13th November (4pm, S38)
Karass, J., Walden, T.A., Conture, E.G., Graham, C.G., Arnold, H.S., Hartfield, K.N., Schwenk, K.A. (2006). Relation of emotional reactivity and regulation to childhood stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders, 39, 402-423.
Friday 6th November (4pm, S38)
Barr, D. J. & Seyfeddinipur, M. (in press). The role of fillers in listener attributions for speaker disfluency. Language and Cognitive Processes.
Friday 30th October (4pm, S38)
Planned research: Presentations by final-year students at Edinburgh of designs for their dissertations on disfluency, intentionality, and FOAK. Please come along and give some feedback!
Friday 23rd October (meet at 4pm prompt, S38)
this week we are touring the PPLS EEG lab. Come along for an insight into how ERPs are obtained.
Friday 16th October (4pm, S38)
Ingham, R. J. et al. (2009). Measurement of speech effort during fluency-inducing conditions in adults who do and do not stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 52, 1286-1301.
Friday 9th October (4pm, S38)
Planning Meeting. Please come along to help plan future EDG meetings! All welcome.
Friday 2nd October (4pm, S38)
Huettig, F., & Hartsuiker, R. J. (in press). Listening to yourself is like listening to others: External, but not internal, verbal self-monitoring is based on speech perception. Language and Cognitive Processes.
Friday 25th September (4pm, S38)
We will be discussing a recently-submitted article on tonguetwisters.
Please email ku.ca.de.sms|tsruhelkcorB.H.P#luaP for a copy.
EDG will be taking a hiatus in September to allow for conference
travel and the start of the new semester.
Friday 28th August meeting postponed
Friday 21st August: no meeting
Friday 14th August (4pm, S38)
Bajaj, A. (2007). Working memory involvement in stuttering: Exploring the evidence and research implications. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 32, 218-238.
Friday 7th August: no meeting
Friday 31st July (4pm, S38)
Martin Corley and Sonja Schaeflerwill be describing a new experimental paradigm looking at the influence of L1 on L2 articulation, using ultrasound imaging. No preparation required but questions and comments very welcome. (Slides available on the handouts page.)
Friday 24th July (4pm, S38)
Rochester, S.R. (1973). The Significance of Pauses in Spontaneous Speech. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 2, 51-81.
Friday 17th July (4pm, S38)
Nooteboom, S., & Quené, H. (2009). On the phonetic structure of inner speech Submitted for publication.
Friday 10thJuly (4pm, S38)
Severens, E., & Hartsuiker, R.J. (2009). Is there a lexical bias effect in comprehension monitoring? Language and Cognitive Processes, 24, 910-927.
Friday 3rd July (4pm, S38)
Byrd, C. T., Conture, E. G., & Ohde, R.N. (2007). Phonological Priming in Young Children Who Stutter: Holistic Versus Incremental Processing. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 16, 43–53.
Friday 26th June (4pm, S38)
An informal planning and discussion meeting.
Friday 19th June (4pm, S38)
Paul Brocklehurst will be presenting some new data from the latest tongue-twister experiment- for discussion.
Friday 12th June: no meeting
Friday 5th June (4pm, S38)
Ziegler, W. (2009). Modelling the architecture of phonetic plans: Evidence from apraxia of speech. Language and Cognitive Processes, 24, 631-661.
Friday 29th May (4pm, S38)
Cholin, J. & Levelt, W.J.M. (2009). Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level. Language and Cognitive Processes, 24, 662-684.
Friday 22nd May: no meeting
Friday 15th May (4pm, S38)
Warriner, A.B., & Humphreys, K.R. (2008). Learning to fail: Reoccurring tip-of-the-tongue states. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61, 535-542.
Friday 8th May (4pm, S38)
Warker, J.A., Xu, Y., Dell, G.S., & Fisher, C. (In press). Speech errors reflect the phonotactic constraints in recently spoken syllables, but not in recently heard syllables. Cognition.
Friday 1st May (4pm, S38)
Loucks, T.M.J. & De Nil, L.F. (2006). Oral kinesthetic deficit in adults who stutter: A target-accuracy study. Journal of Motor Behavior, 38, 238-246.
Next meeting on Friday 24 April
EDG is taking an Easter break. When we meet on Friday 24th we will discuss Nozari, N. & Dell, G. S. (2009). More on lexical bias: How efﬁcient can a “lexical editor” be? Journal of Memory and Language, 60, 291-307.
No meeting on Friday 27th March
Members of EDG will be presenting at the Perth Disfluency Special Interest Group (handouts can be found here)
Monday 23rd March (4pm, IN THE COFFEE ROOM)
Acheson, D.J. & MacDonald, M.C. (2009). Twisting tongues and memories: Explorations into the relationship between language production and verbal working memory. Journal of Memory and Language, 60, 329-350.
No meeting on Friday 20th March
Friday 13th March (4pm, S38)
Burke, D.M. & Shafto, M.A (2004). Aging and Language Production. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 13, 21–24.
Friday 13th March, 11am, room S1, 7 George Square
Phil Collard's viva talk: Attention and the comprehension of disfluent speech
Friday 6th March
Alm, P. (2007). A new framework for understanding stuttering: The dual premotor model. In J. Au-Yeung & M. Leahy (Eds.). Research, treatment, and self-help in fluency disorders: New horizons (pp.77-83). Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress on Fluency Disorders, Dublin, Ireland.
This article is not available online. Please contact Martin if you need a copy (see above).
Friday 27 February
An opportunity for EDG members to informally report/discuss their own recent experimental work and findings. So if you have any experimental results you would like to talk about or anything else you think may be of interest, this is your chance.
Friday 20 February
Kazanina, N., Phillips, C., & Idsardi, W. (2006). The influence of meaning on the perception of speech sounds. PNAS, 103, 11381-11386.
Details of Previous Meetings
the list of previous meetings has been archived from the previous wiki, to provide links to literature etc.