Paper Suggestions for Future Meetings

This page is a repository for links to papers we might discuss. Please add at will!

Perrone-Bertolotti, M., Rapin, L., Lachaux, J. P., Baciu, M., & Lœvenbruck, H. (2014). What is that little voice inside my head? Inner speech phenomenology, its role in cognitive performance, and its relation to self-monitoring. Behavioural Brain Research, 261, 220–239.

Heller, D., Arnold, J. E., Klein, N., & Tanenhaus, M. (2014). Inferring difficulty: Flexibility in the real-time processing of disfluency. Language and Speech, online.

Laserna, C., Seih, Y-T, & Pennebaker, J, W. (in press). Um … Who like says you know: Filler word use as a function of age, gender, and personality. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.

Bosker, H. R., Quené, H., Sanders, T., & de Jong, N. H. (2014). Native ‘um’s elicit prediction of low-frequency referents, but non-native ‘um’s do not. Journal of Memory and Language, 75, 104-116.

Tottie, G. (2014). On the use of uh and um in American English. Functions of Language, 21, 6-29.

Perrone-Bertolotti, M., Rapin, L., Lachaux, J. P., Baciu, M., & Lœvenbruck, H. (2014). What is that little voice inside my head? Inner speech phenomenology, its role in cognitive performance, and its relation to self-monitoring. Behavioural Brain Research, 261, 220–39.

Pelczarski, K. M., & Yaruss, J. S. (in press). A Preliminary Examination of Phonological Encoding in Young Children Who Stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders.

Foundas, A. L., Mock, J. R., Corey, D. M., Golob, E. J., & Conture, E. G. (2013). The SpeechEasy device in stuttering and nonstuttering adults: Fluency effects while speaking and reading. Brain and Language, 126, 141–150.

Nooteboom, S. G., & Quené, H. (in press). Parallels between self-monitoring for speech errors and identification of the misspoken segments. Journal of Memory and Language.

Bürki, A., Spinelli, E., & Gaskell, M. G. (in press). A written word is worth a thousand spoken words: The influence of spelling on spoken-word production. Journal of Memory and Language.

Riès, S., Janssen, N., Dufau, S., Alario, F.-X., & Burle, B. (2011). General-purpose monitoring during speech production. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 1419-1436.

Kapatsinski, V. (2010). Frequency of use leads to automaticity of production: Evidence from repair in conversation. Language and Speech, 53, 71-105.

Arnon, I., & Snider, N. (2010). More than words: Frequency effects for multi-word phrases. Journal of Memory and Language, 62, 67-82.

Bock, K. (2011). How much correction of syntactic errors are there, anyway?. Linguistics and Language Compass, 5, 322–335.

Beňuš, Š., Levitan, R., & Hirschberg, J. (2012). Entrainment in spontaneous speech: The case of filled pauses in Supreme Court hearings. In Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications.

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