Anne Cutler
Anne Cutler
Research Professor, MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney; Max Planck Institute of
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The role of strong syllables in segmentation for lexical access.
A Cutler, D Norris
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 14 (1), 113, 1988
13531988
Infants' preference for the predominant stress patterns of English words
PW Jusczyk, A Cutler, NJ Redanz
Child development 64 (3), 675-687, 1993
11031993
Prosody in the comprehension of spoken language: A literature review
A Cutler, D Dahan, W Van Donselaar
Language and speech 40 (2), 141-201, 1997
10921997
The predominance of strong initial syllables in the English vocabulary
A Cutler, DM Carter
Computer Speech & Language 2 (3-4), 133-142, 1987
9261987
The syllable's differing role in the segmentation of French and English
A Cutler, J Mehler, D Norris, J Segui
Journal of memory and language 25 (4), 385-400, 1986
8961986
The access and processing of idiomatic expressions
DA Swinney, A Cutler
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 18 (5), 523-534, 1979
8511979
Perceptual learning in speech
D Norris, JM McQueen, A Cutler
Cognitive psychology 47 (2), 204-238, 2003
7742003
Merging information in speech recognition: Feedback is never necessary
D Norris, JM McQueen, A Cutler
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (3), 299-325, 2000
7632000
Rhythmic cues to speech segmentation: Evidence from juncture misperception
A Cutler, S Butterfield
Journal of Memory and Language 31 (2), 218-236, 1992
6011992
Mora or syllable? Speech segmentation in Japanese
T Otake, G Hatano, A Cutler, J Mehler
Journal of memory and language 32 (2), 258-278, 1993
5301993
Malapropisms and the structure of the mental lexicon
D Fay, A Cutler
Linguistic inquiry 8 (3), 505-520, 1977
5291977
Lexical competition in non-native spoken-word recognition
A Weber, A Cutler
Journal of Memory and Language 50 (1), 1-25, 2004
5082004
The monolingual nature of speech segmentation by bilinguals
A Cutler, J Mehler, D Norris, J Segui
Cognitive psychology 24 (3), 381-410, 1992
4191992
The possible-word constraint in the segmentation of continuous speech
D Norris, JM McQueen, A Cutler, S Butterfield
Cognitive Psychology 34 (3), 191-243, 1997
3641997
Lexical stress
A Cutler
The handbook of speech perception (ed. Pisoni, David B; Remez, Robert E …, 2005
352*2005
Competition in spoken word recognition: Spotting words in other words.
JM McQueen, D Norris, A Cutler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (3), 621, 1994
3461994
Competition and segmentation in spoken-word recognition.
D Norris, JM McQueen, A Cutler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 21 (5), 1209, 1995
3441995
Mora or phoneme? Further evidence for language-specific listening
A Cutler, T Otake
Journal of memory and language 33 (6), 824-844, 1994
3371994
The suffixing preference: A processing explanation
A Cutler, JA Hawkins, G Gilligan
Linguistics 23 (5), 723-758, 1985
3201985
Native listening: Language experience and the recognition of spoken words
A Cutler
Mit Press, 2012
3182012
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