Matt Goldrick
TitleCited byYear
Discreteness and interactivity in spoken word production.
B Rapp, M Goldrick
Psychological review 107 (3), 460, 2000
6112000
Cascading activation from phonological planning to articulatory processes: Evidence from tongue twisters
M Goldrick, SE Blumstein
Language and Cognitive Processes 21 (6), 649-683, 2006
2262006
Mechanisms of interaction in speech production
M Baese-Berk, M Goldrick
Language and cognitive processes 24 (4), 527-554, 2009
1982009
Lexical and post-lexical phonological representations in spoken production
M Goldrick, B Rapp
Cognition 102 (2), 219-260, 2007
1812007
Turbid output representations and the unity of opacity
G Matthew
Graduate Linguistics Student Association, University of Massachusetts, 2000
1702000
Optimization and quantization in gradient symbol systems: a framework for integrating the continuous and the discrete in cognition
P Smolensky, M Goldrick, D Mathis
Cognitive science 38 (6), 1102-1138, 2014
1492014
Phonological features and phonotactic constraints in speech production
M Goldrick
Journal of Memory and Language 51 (4), 586-603, 2004
1262004
Limited interaction in speech production: Chronometric, speech error, and neuropsychological evidence
M Goldrick
Language and Cognitive Processes 21 (7-8), 817-855, 2006
1092006
The interaction of lexical and sublexical information in spelling: What's the point?
JR Folk, B Rapp, M Goldrick
Cognitive Neuropsychology 19 (7), 653-671, 2002
832002
A restricted interaction account (RIA) of spoken word production: The best of both worlds
M Goldrick, B Rapp
Aphasiology 16 (1-2), 20-55, 2002
822002
Mrs. Malaprop’s neighborhood: Using word errors to reveal neighborhood structure
M Goldrick, JR Folk, B Rapp
Journal of Memory and Language 62 (2), 113-134, 2010
812010
Phonotactic probability influences speech production
M Goldrick, M Larson
Cognition 107 (3), 1155-1164, 2008
762008
Speaking words: Contributions of cognitive neuropsychological research
B Rapp, M Goldrick
Cognitive Neuropsychology 23 (1), 39-73, 2006
712006
Language switching makes pronunciation less nativelike
M Goldrick, E Runnqvist, A Costa
Psychological science 25 (4), 1031-1036, 2014
702014
Phonological neighborhood effects in spoken word production: An fMRI study
D Peramunage, SE Blumstein, EB Myers, M Goldrick, M Baese-Berk
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (3), 593-603, 2011
672011
Feedback by Any Other Name Is Still Interactivity: A Reply to Roelofs (2004).
B Rapp, M Goldrick
American Psychological Association 111 (2), 573, 2004
642004
Interaction and representational integration: Evidence from speech errors
M Goldrick, HR Baker, A Murphy, M Baese-Berk
Cognition 121 (1), 58-72, 2011
632011
Coactivation in bilingual grammars: A computational account of code mixing
M Goldrick, M Putnam, L Schwarz
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 19 (5), 857-876, 2016
512016
Linking speech errors and phonological grammars: Insights from Harmonic Grammar networks
M Goldrick, R Daland
Phonology 26 (1), 147-185, 2009
472009
The emergence of sub-syllabic representations
Y Lee, M Goldrick
Journal of Memory and Language 59 (2), 155-168, 2008
462008
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