Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

2015 – In Press

Choi, J.Y., Hu, E.R., & Perrachione, T.K. (in press). “Varying acoustic-phonemic ambiguity reveals that talker normalization is obligatory in speech processing.” Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. | PDF

Perrachione, T.K., Ghosh, S.S., Ostrovskaya, I., Gabrieli, J.D.E., & Kovelman, I. (2017). “Phonological working memory for words and nonwords in cerebral cortex.” Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60, 1959-1979. | PublisherPDF

Christodoulou, J.A., Murtagh, J., Cyr, A., Perrachione, T.K., Chang, P., Halverson, K., Hook, P., Yendiki, A., Ghosh, S.S., & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2017). “Relation of white-matter microstructure to reading ability and disability in beginning readers.” Neuropsychology, 31, 508-515. | PublisherPDF

Perrachione, T.K., Del Tufo, S.N., Winter, R., Murtagh, J., Cyr, A., Chang, P., Halverson, K., Ghosh, S.S., Christodoulou, J.A. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2016). “Dysfunction of rapid neural adaptation in dyslexia.” Neuron, 92, 1383-1397. | Publisher | PDF

Lu, C., Qi, Z., Harris, A., Wisman Weil, L., Han, M., Halverson, K., Perrachione, T.K., Kjelgaard, M., Wexler, K., Tager-Flusberg, H., & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2016). “Shared neuroanatomical substrates of impaired phonological working memory across reading disability and autism.” Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 1, 169-177. | Publisher | PDF

2010 – 2014

Perrachione, T.K., Stepp, C.E., Hillman, R.E., & Wong, P.C.M. (2014) “Talker identification across source mechanisms: Experiments with laryngeal and electrolarynx speech.” Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 57, 1651-1665 | Publisher | PDF

Perrachione, T.K., Fedorenko, E.G., Vinke, L., Gibson, E., & Dilley, L.C. (2013) “Evidence for shared cognitive processing of pitch in language and music.” PLoS One, 8(8): e73372. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0073372 | Open Access | PDF

Perrachione, T.K. & Ghosh, S.S. (2013). “Optimized design and analysis of sparse-sampling fMRI experiments.” Frontiers in Neuroscience. 7:55. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2013.00055 | Open Access | PDF

Perrachione, T.K., Del Tufo, S.N., & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2011). “Human voice recognition depends on language ability.” Science, 333, 595. | Publisher | PubMed

Perrachione, T.K., Lee, J., Ha, L.Y.Y., & Wong, P.C.M. (2011). “Learning a novel phonological contrast depends on interactions between individual differences and training paradigm design.” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 130, 461-472. | PDF

Perrachione, T.K., Chiao, J.Y. & Wong, P.C.M. (2010). “Asymmetric cultural effects on perceptual expertise underlie an own-race bias for voices.” Cognition, 114, 42-55. | PDF

2005 – 2009

Perrachione, T.K., Pierrehumbert, J.B. & Wong, P.C.M (2009). “Differential neural contributions to native- and foreign-language talker identification.” Journal of Experimental Psychology – Human Perception and Performance, 35, 1950-1960. | PDF

Wong, P.C.M., Perrachione, T.K., & Margulis, E.H. (2009). “Effects of asymmetric cultural experiences on the auditory pathway: Evidence from music.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1169, 157-163. | PDF

Wong, P.C.M., Perrachione, T.K., Gunasekera, G.,& Chandrasekaran, B. (2009). “Communication disorders in speakers of tone languages: Etiological bases and clinical considerations.” Seminars in Speech and Language, 30, 162-173. | PDF

Perrachione, T.K. & Perrachione, J.R. (2008). “Brains and brands: Developing mutually informative research in neuroscience and marketing.” Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 7, 303-318. | PDF

Perrachione, T.K. & Wong, P.C.M. (2007). “Learning to recognize speakers of a non-native language: Implications for the functional organization of human auditory cortex.” Neuropsychologia, 45, 1899-1910. | PDF

Wong, P.C.M., Perrachione, T.K. & Parrish, T.B. (2007). “Neural Characteristics of Successful and Less Successful Speech and Word Learning in Adults.” Human Brain Mapping, 28, 995-1006. | PDF

Wong, P.C.M. & Perrachione, T.K. (2007). “Learning pitch patterns in lexical identification by native English-speaking adults.” Applied Psycholinguistics, 28, 565-585. | PDF