Chapters, Theses, and Dissertations

Chapters in Edited Volumes

Perrachione, T.K. (2019). Recognizing speakers across languages, in S. Frühholz & P. Belin (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Voice Perception, Oxford: Oxford University Press. | PDF

Doctoral Dissertations

Choi, J.Y. (2022). The cognitive and neural bases of processing talker variability in speech perception.

Lee, J.J. (2022). Efficient localization of the cortical language network and its functional neuroanatomy in dyslexia.

Scott, T.L. (2020). Neural bases of phonological working memory.

Masters Theses

Alam, A. (2022). Listening effort under three types of auditory masking conditions, as measured by pupillometry, in young normal-hearing listeners.

Shen, L. (2021). Learning to identify emotional voices.

Chin, J. (2020). Examining morphological differences in Heschl’s gyrus between neurotypical and dyslexic brains.

Saupe, M. (2020). Perceptual adaptation to speech in calibrated noise.

Kou, R.S.N. (2019). Time course of talker adaptation.

Nastaskin, I. (2019). The effects of talker familiarity on talker adaptation.

Kapadia, A.M. (2019). Effects of type, token, and talker variability in speech processing efficiency.

Chang, A.C.-L. (2018). Effects of early language experiences on the auditory brainstem.

Cheng, C.C. (2017). Can visual feedback improve English speakers’ Mandarin tone production?

Haenchen, L. (2017). Noninvasive neurostimulation of sensorimotor adaptation in speech production.

McLaughlin, D.E. (2017). Talker identification is not improved by lexical access in the absence of familiar phonology.

Lember, R.A. (2015). Lexical effects in talker identification.

Petitti, E.M. (2015). A fundamental pitch perception bias for tone language speakers.